New Orleans Jesters to host player trials on Saturday, December 12
New Orleans, LA. The New Orleans Jesters will host a player trial for the 2021 NPSL season on Saturday, December 12 at Tad Gormley Stadium in City Park from 9 AM to noon. The cost to attend trials is $65 ($80 on-site registration), all attendees will receive a New Orleans Jesters training jersey. Soccer players interested in attending the trial should complete an application available at 2021 NPSL Trials.
“The Jesters have always produced top level soccer players and we want to give everyone a chance to come out and show our coaching staff what they are capable of,” said New Orleans Jesters Head Coach Kenny Farrell. “I am fully committed to providing an opportunity for our best local talent to reach the highest levels. If you feel that you have the ability, please come out and participate, I want to see you play.”
The Jesters will compete in the NPSL Gulf Coast Conference starting in May 2021
NPSL’s summer season, which runs from May to August, will culminate in a playoff between the two highest-ranked teams in the conference. The conference champion will progress to a regional playoff, and, if successful, a national championship match. At the end of each season, the NPSL places its conference champions and other top-ranked teams directly into the first round of the US Open Cup based on spots allocated to them by U.S. Soccer.
Register here for the player trial: 2021 NPSL Trials
2021 NPSL Player Trials
- 2021 NPSL Player Trials
- Saturday, December 12, 2020
- Tad Gormley Stadium, City Park
- $60 ($75 on-site registration)
- All trial players should wear black shorts and black socks
ABOUT NEW ORLEANS JESTERS
Founded in 2003 the New Orleans Jesters have represented New Orleans in the sport of soccer for almost two decades. The Jesters have enjoyed considerable success on the field making the postseason on six occasions including four of their past five seasons.
The Jesters have been coached since inception by Kenny Farrell and have a long history of developing players for the professional ranks including current MLS players Patrick Mullins and Andrew Tarbell