General program information:
Quest believes that the pursuit of excellence in sports helps to develop maturity in children and young adults and that the experiences a player has with the Club will be beneficial throughout his or her lifetime. The Club believes that a youth sports program should be player based and that competition should produce more than wins. Winning and competition are only part of the equation of a successful program or season. Winning is transient, but life skills learned on the field of play and in training sessions are enduring and last a lifetime. Good sportsmanship, physical fitness, goal setting, self-evaluation, problem solving, dealing with dissapointment, developing a positive self-concept and group loyalty are skills and ideals which can be utilized long after a players career has ended. To this end, the Club will strive to instill these skills that will enhance a child's development as he or she matures to adulthood.
Select teams are formed for a full year: June to June, which includes both Fall and Spring
There are multiple tier levels of competitive soccer:
US Soccer Development Academy (Boys) and Elite Clubs National League 'ECNL' (Girls) - National Level traveling teams for the top elite players in the country.
Pre-Academy, Premier & State Classic Leagues- governed and administered by South
Texas Youth Soccer Assoc. (STYSA)
Division 1 – governed and administered by Eastern District Division One Assoc. (EDDOA)
All U-11 and U-12 (8v8) and U13 (11v11) teams will be coordinated here as Qualifying teams.
Super II – governed by Bay Area Youth Soccer Assoc. (BAYSA)
Division II – governed by Bay Area Youth Soccer Assoc. (BAYSA)
Competitive teams are formed by ability, based strictly on evaluation by our professional training staff. We are partners with Challenge Soccer Club for our girls select teams and will announce our boys partner for our boys select teams very soon.