Incoming Freshman

Important Dates For Fall 2024 Season:

Pahl's Spring Flower Fundraiser: players will be asked to collect flower orders from April 1-19th. Flowers will be available for the players to pick up on May 8th and deliver to their supporters. 🙂

Incoming Freshmen Preseason Interest Meeting:

Date: May 2024. More information to follow.

Pre Season Tryout Camps:

Dates: July 15th-18th, 9:30-11am

 July 22nd-25th, 9:30-11am

Location: Eagan High School

Details: Players are encouraged to attend one of those camps. Sign-ups will be made available in the Spring 2024. More information to follow.

Captain's Practices:

Dates: Approximately the weeks of July 29th and August 5th. More information to follow.


Dates: August 12th-14th.

Time: TBD

Details: More information to follow.

Additional dates:

Friday, August 16th: EHS Boys Soccer Pasta Feed

Saturday, August 17th: EHS Boys Soccer Jamboree

Monday, August 19th: EHS Boys Soccer Parent/Player Meeting

Time: 7pm

Location: EHS Commons


For Incoming Freshmen: 

Welcome to high school athletics! This will be an exciting time in your son’s life and we want you to have all the information necessary to be prepared for the season. The below outlines key requirements you will need to know prior to your son taking the field in the fall.


For each high school sport, registration is required through the high school at This is a requirement prior to tryouts and your child will not be allowed on the tryout field without having done this. The coaches will pull the tryout list 3-4 days prior to tryouts, so please make this a priority. If your child is not on this list, he will not be allowed on the field to try out.


Each athlete needs to have a current physical on file with the high school athletic office. Physicals are typically good for 3 years. For questions regarding the status of your child’s physical, contact Brigett Hanson ( in the athletic office. This list will also be provided to coaches in the few days leading up to tryouts. If your child is not cleared through a physical on file, he will not be allowed on the field to try out.

Athletic funding is very limited. As a result, most sports have a booster club operated by a handful of volunteer parents that organizes fundraising to provide critical elements needed for the season. Transportation, uniforms, equipment, awards and social team opportunities are all funded through the booster club’s fee and fundraising efforts. Without the booster club, the team would not have the funds to participate in the season. Expectations are that both players and parents participate. The boys soccer program typically has over 100 athletes in participation. Booster Club dollars are very important to support a program of this size.


At the time of team formations you will be asked to pay a booster club fee of $150. This fee will go toward the above season needs. The fee will be required at the kick off meeting and can be made in the form of cash or check. Scholarships are available on an as needed basis. For questions on the booster club fee or scholarship needs, please contact Booster Club Treasurer


    • Pahl’s plant selling (spring)
    • Cub foods bagging (weekend days in the late summer and fall)
    • Goal Card discount card selling (July/August)


Each athlete and parent should plan to be a part of volunteer efforts throughout the season. At the kick off meeting, the booster club will outline opportunities and expectations for each grade level.