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Frequently Asked Questions



  1. I want to sign up for the OC Scorpions but I'm not sure how much it costs or if I can afford it.
  2. How far will we travel?
  3. How long is the season?
  4. Is it ok that I play other sports?
  5. Who are the coaches?
  6. We plan on traveling over the summer and dont want to miss games.
  7. How many practices a week and for how long?
  8. Do you have a team that goes to Cooperstown for the Cooperstown Dreams park tournament.



  1. We understand the challenge with finances and have tried to come up with the most cost effective pricing while still providing the quality and professional coaching your child deserves.  For our program, we offer the opportunity to pay on a monthly basis with dues of $295 per month. For this fee Your child will get approximately 24 hours each month  of training and 32 hours a month once games start with our professional coaching staff..  This also includes our strength and conditioning class using the Vertimax  platforms (.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_6SoTDAWuY4&t=2s )This breaks down to approximately $12 per hour of professional instruction. 


2. Most of our tournaments are less then 1 hour from OC. Some teams play in our CCYB league which are local games with half of them being on our home field at Woodfield Park in Aliso Viejo.

3. The season runs from July-February. However our 13u and above play all year round to prepare for HS.

4. We understand and support multi sport kids and do not take playing time away for missed practices do to those conflicts.

5. Five of our coaches coach at the HS level including ANHS Varsity head coach Craig Hansen. You can view their bio on the home page.

6. Our 8u-12u only practice and scrimmage over the summer to allow families to plan vacations without having to work around games. We use the summer to develop and prepare for competitive games starting in September.

7. Each team has two 3 hours practices a week. After daylight savings practice times may be shortened 15 minutes for some teams.

8. Yes. Every September we start putting the Cooperstown roster togther and helping those families make all the necessary arrangements. We usually play in the tournament in August the week before school starts back up.