In this post, I’ll share 10 awesome soccer websites in Utah.
They span different categories like soccer training, soccer stores, and professional soccer teams.
Let’s get started!
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If you’re looking for private soccer training in the Salt Lake Valley, GL does a fantastic job. Each trainer is or was a professional soccer player and they work with players at all levels. I have heard nothing but good things from people who train with GL, so visit their website if you need to step up your game.
3. Sport City
Sport City is a place where you can play indoor soccer and futsal. I play indoor there a few nights a week and it’s pretty fun! The indoor fields are big, and the competition is good for men’s, women’s, or coed. I’ve enjoyed playing there and I think they do a pretty job good overall.
4. Soccer Post
Soccer Post is a soccer store that I shop at occasionally in South Jordan, Utah. I recently purchased some cleats for our 5-year-old as well as some new indoor shoes at their location. It’s a small store, but they have socks, shin guards, cleats, indoors, and more! The price is reasonable so if you need some soccer gear, consider Soccer Post.
We’re fortunate to have a professional soccer team or two in Utah. Real Salt Lake has been around for a while and they are having a great start to their season so far. I don’t go to the games too often, but I do check the scores and highlights occasionally. Let’s hope they do well this year!
The Monarchs are a pro soccer team affiliated with RSL. They play in the USL and feed players up to the first team. I also don’t attend their matches often, but they are another option for some quality soccer. I’ve heard the tickets are pretty cheap and the games are really fun.
7. Ollie App
I just heard about Ollie App the other day. I haven’t ever used it, but it looks interesting. It’s an app to help parents and coaches take stats and manage games. It seems pretty useful, and the reviews were really positive. If that’s something you think you may need, check it out.
8. Team Gear
Team Gear another soccer store located in Sandy, Utah. It's a good store that has all your soccer needs like cleats, socks, balls, etc. I’ve always enjoyed shopping there and have purchased several times from Team Gear in the past. If you need some gear, they can help you.
The Utah Soccer Association is the place to sign up for outdoor Men’s leagues. They have over 30 teams, over 40 teams, and some other options. I’ve played in this league a few times and it can be really fun! I haven’t played the last few years but may decide to play again someday.
UYSA is the place for all things Utah Youth Soccer. It has information about the latest news, how to sign up for soccer, policy information, and more. It’s a great resource for parents looking to get their kids into competitive soccer.
There you have it!
Hopefully these 10 sites can help you get the training/information you're looking for. Soccer is always growing in Utah and it’s one of the best states around for competitive soccer.
Are there any sites that I missed? Leave them in the comments below!