TSC Sumner FAQ
Q: What is the purpose of starting TSC Sumner?
A: The purpose of introducing the TSC Sumner location is to provide opportunities for players in Sumner County and all over the Greater Nashville area to align with our mission of Developing Excellence and positively impacting the community.
Q: How did the idea of TSC Sumner come about?
A: During the break in play caused by COVID-19, TSC leadership engaged in dialogue with a new club in the Sumner County area called Nashville Players Academy (NPA). It quickly became apparent that, just like in our merger with Nashville FC and Murfreesboro FC, our philosophy aligned with what NPA was hoping to create. We always believe that collaboration will achieve more and will provide better opportunities for players, and with that the decision to unite and create TSC Sumner was made.
Q: Where will TSC Sumner be based?
A: TSC Sumner will be based in Sumner County. The primary facility that will host training and games will be Pope John Paul II High School in Hendersonville, TN.
Q: Will players who want to play in Sumner County be forced to travel to Williamson to play?
A: TSC offers four locations for all players, TSC Murfreesboro, TSC Nashville, TSC Williamson, and now TSC Sumner. Players can tryout in any and all TSC locations. As a part of the TSC Team structure, ECNL and Nike teams will stay in the TSC Williamson. You can learn more about the TSC Team Structure and Player Development Pathway by clicking here.
Q: Who will be the staff and coaches at the Sumner location of TSC?
A: The Executive Director of TSC, Stuart Brown, has named Zack Trobaugh as Director of TSC Sumner. Zack has coached in Sumner county for the past 10 years and has deep ties to the area having played on the same fields as a youth player. The TSC Sumner coaching staff will be released Monday, June 15.
Q: What uniforms will we wear?
A: All TSC teams will be entering a new two-year uniform cycle. We are proud to have Nike and WeGotSoccer as the club’s official uniform partner. See our 2020-22 uniforms here!
Q: What will be the fee structure and is there opportunity for financial aid?
A: The fee structure for TSC Sumner will align with TSC Nashville and TSC Williamson and can be found by clicking here. TSC also has generously awarded over $350,000 to players and families in the Greater Nashville community since its incorporation in 2012. To apply for financial aid and learn more click here.
Q: What benefits and opportunities are available as a TSC player?
A: Tennessee Soccer Club offers a complete player experience for across the spectrum of player development. From our HYSA Recreation program to our ECNL program (the elite youth soccer league in the United States), TSC offers a wide array of teams and programs to meet the needs and desires of boys and girls at every level of development. To learn more about our programs click here. TSC offers many other avenues of development as well including goalkeeper training, camps and clinics, supplemental programs, nutritional program, mental skills program, futsal, etc.
This spring during the COVID-19 pandemic, TSC launched the TSC Virtual Training Center. The VTC houses a wealth of original content (Webinars, Technical Skill Videos, Goalkeeper Videos, Fitness Videos, VTC Resource Library, etc.) created by the TSC full-time staff to continue the development of our players even without the ability to have on-field training and games.
For our older boys and girls, TSC offers a comprehensive College Recruiting Program as nearly 350 former players have gone on to play soccer collegiately. The College Recruiting Program consists of college recruiting seminars for boys and girls, college coaches panels, a club partnership with SportsRecruits to provide free membership for our players, contact with college coaches, player and family college meetings, and much more.
There is much more that TSC has to offer. To learn more about TSC, please visit our website at www.tennesseesoccerclub.org.