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Titans 2016-2017 Tryouts

Thanks to our players, parents and volunteers for giving of yourselves to help with this year's tryouts!

Swenson Park - 901 Shermer Road

Community Park West Field #1, 1001 Zenith Drive, Glenview

Swenson Park - 901 Shermer Road, Glenview IL 60025

Swenson Park is a neighborhood park and GTFA is privileged to have its use.  Please respect the area on Henley and Linneman.  Please stay off of neighborhood lawns and use the park sidewalk.  Do NOT park blocking the Swenson Park pedestrian sidewalk on Henley.  This area is for foot traffic and is subject to ticketing by the Glenview Police Department.


GTFA Tryout FAQ's:

Q: Is there a set number of teams per age level?

A: No, however the number of teams for each age-group will depend on interest, skill levels and other factors that will allow for the creation of a competitive team at the travel softball level.

Q: Is there a set number of players per team?

A: Typically, teams are comprised of 12 players.  However, larger or smaller teams may be rostered after tryouts at the discretion of the GTFA Board.

Q: Can a non-Glenview resident tryout?

A: Yes.  GTFA welcomes all players.

Q: Do I have to register my player online for tryouts?

A: Yes.  Online registration allows GTFA to efficiently coordinate the tryout process, thereby allowing our coaches and evaluators sufficient time to access each players ability and properly place the player on the appropriate team.  Online registration also reduces the repetitive completion of documentation and contact information.  Online registrations also eliminates the need for you to bring any additional paperwork to the tryout.

Q: Are tryouts closed to parents?

A: No, however at the 12U - 16U level we strongly encourage parents to maintain a level of separation from the player during the tryout drills.  

Q: Is there a tryout fee?

A: No.

Q: What is the 2017 GTFA Player Fee?

A: The 2020 GTFA Player Fee for all age levels is $1000.00.  The Player Fee covers indoor team practices (running from Fall 2019 through Spring 2020), pitching instruction, field rental, umpire fees, etc..  Uniform costs and accessories (mitt, bat, bat-bag, facemask, etc.) are the responsibility of the families.