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Sign Up For Baltimore Celtic Tryouts

Dates and locations for upcoming 2022 Baltimore Celtic Tryouts have been announced. Please register and  view the upcoming tryout schedule below.

We are forming new teams in various age groups in Harford, Carroll, Baltimore and Anne Arundel Counties. Please register to attend club-wide tryouts for your age and you will be contacted with updated information.

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    Girls Tryout Schedule

    Birth YearTue 5/3Thu 5/5Tue 5/10Thu 5/12Tue 5/17
    2014 & 20135:30pm
    CCBC Catonsville
    5:30pm
    CCBC Catonsville
    6:00pm
    John Carroll
    2012 & 20115:30pm
    CCBC Catonsville
    5:30pm
    CCBC Catonsville
    6:00pm
    John Carroll
    6:00pm
    John Carroll
    2010 & 20096:45pm
    CCBC Catonsville
    6:00pm
    John Carroll
    6:00pm
    John Carroll
    2008 & 20078:00pm
    CCBC Catonsville
    5:30pm
    CCBC Catonsville
    7:30pm
    John Carroll
    20066:45pm
    CCBC Catonsville
    7:30pm
    John Carroll
    7:30pm
    John Carroll
    2005 & 20048:00pm
    CCBC Catonsville
    7:30pm
    John Carroll
    CANCELED
    *See Below
    * The 05 Girls tryout at Maryvale this week is cancelled. Each 05 team will conduct supplemental tryouts at their respective training sessions (05 West – Delmont, 05 North – Mueller, 05 North – Kramer. For more details contact info@baltimoreceltic.com.

    Boys Tryout Schedule

    Birth YearMon 5/2Tue 5/3Thu 5/5Mon 5/9Tue 5/10Wed 5/11Thu 5/12
    2015, 2014 & 20136:00pm
    John Carroll
    5:30pm
    CCBC Catonsville
    20126:00pm
    McDonogh
    6:30pm
    CCBC Catonsville
    20116:00pm
    John Carroll
    6:00pm
    CCBC Catonsville
    20106:00pm
    John Carroll
    7:30pm
    Spalding Love Field
    20097:30pm
    McDonogh
    7:30pm
    Spalding Love Field
    20087:30pm
    John Carroll
    7:30pm
    Spalding Love Field
    20076:30pm
    John Carroll
    7:30pm
    CCBC Catonsville
    20067:30pm
    McDonogh
    7:30pm
    Spalding Love Field
    2005 & 20047:30pm
    John Carroll Field A
    7:45pm
    CCBC Catonsville Turf

    The Players

    Each player selected will be the building block of a TEAM.  The young person, who chooses Baltimore Celtic, will already possess the desire to be an elite player with some level of self-motivation and self-discipline. It is the responsibility of the Baltimore Celtic coaching staff to bring the best out of these players; to develop their technical skills and their character; and to create an environment in which these players grow as individuals, as teammates, and as human beings.

    Each Player Is Expected To:

    • Put in the work
    • Arrive on time for meetings, practices, and games
    • Complete the required off-field assignments
    • Set individual goals and put in individual work on the player’s own time to achieve those goals
    • Communicate effectively with coaches
    • Communicate effectively with teammates
    • Ask for guidance when necessary
    • Be an active member of the Club and their team
    • Be a leader

    Criteria for Selection of Team Members:

    Primary considerations: Motivation; Selflessness; Competitiveness; Humility; Respect; Commitment; and Discipline.

    Secondary considerations: Athleticism; Quickness; Intelligence; Awareness; Technical Ability; and Coachability.

    I believe the single most significant decision I can make on a day-to-day basis is my choice of attitude. It is more important than my past, my education, my bankroll, my successes or failures, fame or pain, what other people think of me, my circumstances, or my position. Attitude keeps me going or cripples my progress. It alone fuels my fire or assaults my hope. When my attitudes are right, there is no barrier too high, no valley too deep, no dream too extreme, no challenge too great for me.” – Charles Swindoll

    Passion, Energy, Execution, Personal Accountability

    Everything we do starts with a passion for the game and a yearning to compete.  We start every session with a positive attitude; accept that our attitude is a decision; and make no excuses for negativity.  We also understand that proper preparation leads to execution.  We train as we play and play as we train.  We expect to out-work every opponent in every game; play intelligently; and execute efficiently. In order to achieve success, on and off the field, we must care more about TEAM than about self.  The attitudes and choices made by any individual member reflect on his or her teammates, coaches, and the Celtic organization as a whole.