Summer Select

Introducing the SpookyNook/PA Classics Summer Select Program, a brand-new club initiative designed for the player who wants to continue their soccer development over the summer in a team environment!

Dates and Times:

Training Sessions:

Every Tuesday and Thursday from 5.30-7pm on the following dates:

June 21st, 23rd, 28th, 30th

July 5th, 7th, 12th, 14th, 19th, 21st.

All Sessions at Classics Park



July 9th and 10th - Steel Tourney in NJ - (note-for this tournament, this will be a per-family decision on whether to drive up and back or stay in a hotel).

July 23rd and 24th - Lititz Summer Showcase


Teams and Coaches:


u9 Green - Rossi

​u10 Green - Rossi

u11 Green - Casi Swope

u13 Green - Jean Senat



u9 Green - Clark Habecker

u10 Black - Clark Habecker

u10 Green - Joel Rice

u11 Green - Joel Rice

u12 Green - Nate Davis

u13 Green - Devin Martin

u14 Green - Aleks Radovic

u15 Green - Aleks Radovic



Contact Seamus Donnelly at with any questions.

Some more details are listed below...

WHO WILL COACH THE TEAMS?  PA Classics coaches plus players from our new NPSL and WPSL teams!

IS THIS PROGRAM ONLY FOR CURRENT PA CLASSICS PLAYERS?  No, absolutely not.  This program, just like our Classics Summer Camps, is open to all players regardless of club affiliation.

ARE THESE TRYOUTS CONNECTED TO THE REGULAR PA CLASSICS TRYOUTS FOR THEIR TRAVEL TEAMS?  No, this is a completely separate program that will be exclusive to the 5 weeks listed above.

WHERE WILL THE TRAINING SESSIONS BE HELD? Either Classics Soccer Park or SpookyNook

WHAT IS THE AIM/GOAL OF THE SUMMER SELECT PROGRAM?  To provide committed players an opportunity to continue to develop their skills and overall game in a team setting during the summer. We will not field more then 2 teams in an age group.

WHEN WILL THE SESSIONS TAKE PLACE?  All training sessions will be held in the evenings.  

WHICH AGE GROUP SHOULD WE REGISTER FOR?  Register for your child's current age group.  Think of the Summer Select Program as an extension of the Spring season.