Competitive soccer for boys and girls ages 7 to 14
Can be played in addition to local youth soccer.
Team practices begin in August with games beginning in September. 



Fall 2015 Registration Information

                                               Open registration NOW through June 7 2015

-Player dues $150
-Skills Camp July 27-31, 2015 $75
-Register for season and skills camp together for $200, through open registration
-Dues includes league play (up to 12 games), uniform kit, GPS led practice sessions, Columbus Day Tournament/Festival, and state tournament/festival.




Three Ways to Register


1: Online

For those that have not used got soccer's online registration before, you should click on the New Account and follow the instructions. Families with multiple players will find it easier to create a family account. For those players that have registered for other soccer programs online, you should be able to utilize the returning player feature.

2: Mail
Send completed registration form, payment, and a copy of child's birth certificate to:

Noble Travel Soccer Club
PO Box 334
Berwick, ME 03901

Checks should be made out to Noble Travel Soccer Club


Registration forms can be downloaded here 
Registration forms will also be sent home through the district schools shortly.

3: In Person
Lebanon's Hanson School, North Berwick Primary, Noble Middle School
2015 Dates TBD

Preseason Training Provided By GPS-Maine

        GPS-Maine Preseason Camp, July 27-31, 2015

New for 2015

 GPS-Maine & Noble Travel Soccer Club Partnership

To Impact Player Development:

Portland, ME, April 17th 2015; GPS-Maine and Noble Travel Soccer Club are delighted to announce a partnership agreement that will benefit the Noble Soccer Community.  The partnership will see GPS-Maine provide professional coaching services that will afford both youth soccer players and coaches the opportunity to receive top quality coaching in their 2015 pre-season.

“We have worked with Noble for a few years and we’re delighted that the relationship is growing and the board has a vision to impact their community. said GPS-Maine Director of Operations Alan Foy. 

 “We’re delighted to be able to grow our relationship with GPS-ME Phoenix and further impact player and coach development”, we are excited about the impact this will have on our program. Said Chris Pike, Noble Travel Soccer Club President.

The development program will begin with GPS-Me Phoenix providing professional support for the Travel Soccer Tryouts (dates to be announced soon) and will continue the week beginning July 27th and run through August 14th. The focus will be on technical development of the players and assisting the coaches with their growth as volunteer community coaches.

For more information regarding this partnership please contact Alan Foy at or Chris Pike at


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