Interested In The 2013 Gryphons?
Players born before August 1st, 1995 and after December 31, 1991 will play at the Ontario Women's level with opportunities at both the Provincial and Regional Women's levels.
Players born after July 31, 1995 will play at our senior academy level in the Super Y-League of the USL and attend several US and Canadian top flight College Showcases throughout the season.
Players born after July 31, 1997, will play at our intermediate academy level in the Super Y-League and will attend several US and Canadian top flight tournaments as well as receive their first exposure to the US College recruiting process.
To investigate any of these opportunities or to attend a no obligation assessment please contact us at email@example.com with your name and date of birth and we will invite you out to our next scheduled session.
Attention College Coaches
Alexandria Peat Selected to Attend the ODP Camp in Tampa
Kennedy Commits to Mississippi Valley State
Kozachuk Commits to Univeristy of Maine at Fort Kent
Gryphons Go Undefeated at the Orange Classic Showcase!
The Gryphons 2012 results include undefeated runs at the Umbro and Orange Classic Showcases, Champions at the London Henderson and FC Force Michigan Invitational Tournaments and Finalists at the Richmond Virginia Capital Classic and the Club Ohio Nike Cup Tournaments. A great year now in the books!
Gryphons Fall in Final in Richmond Virginia
Ashby Commits to University of Maine at Fort Kent
Gryphons Take Final in Kicks at Force FC Invitational
Gryphons Take Championship at the Henderson
Alexandria Peat Named Weekly Super Y Top Performer
Derrough to Attend Shattuck St. Mary's for Senior Year
Beer Off to NJIT
Auterhoff First of Class of 2013 to Commit to NCAA Div 1
3 U17's Make USL W-League Debut
Gryphons Go Undefeated at Umbro
U17's Compete in the Umbro Top Rated Showcase
U17's Complete Indoor Double With Cup Championship
Congratulations to the U17 London Gryphons, playing at U18 who Sunday completed the League and Cup double with a close win over the Norwest Shock 2-1 at the BMO Centre. The win caps off a great indoor season with the team dropping only 4 points over 23 indoor games. Alex Peat led the way with two first half goals and then the defense kicked in to preserve the victory. Best of luck to the team who head to Dublin Ohio for their fist Showcse of 2012 this weekend.
U17's Indoor League Champions!
U17's Capture Share of Indoor League Championship
U17 Gryphons Prepare for Nike Cup in Dublin Ohio
Gryphons Program Nets 8 Total Olympic Development Program Selections
Jennifer Chambers Selected to U17 All Tournament Team
2011 U16's In South Florida for the Orange Classic
2011 U17's Off to Tampa for Nationals
2011 U16 London Gryphons Finish Well at Ramapo Valley New York Showcase
2011 U17 London Gryphons Qualify For Nationals in Tampa Florida
The Gryphon Academy history is short, but we would like to keep track of our history and accomplishments, to that end we have edited the tabs to include articles from club history and a college bound tab to keep a running record of the players who have moved to post secondary play.
Roberts Family Featured in Sarnia Observer Story
Sport Science Labs (Gryphons Training Program)
London Gryphons USL Super Y League
USL SUPER Y-LEAGUE
The future of soccer lives in the USL Super Y-League, a professionalized system that is the first step for developing elite youth soccer players in North America. Affiliated with US Soccer, the league is designed for talented youth-players; destined for professional or international careers. The league contains the youth academies of USL First Division, USL Second Division, Premier Development League, W-League, and Major League Soccer clubs, as well as many of the established premier youth clubs.
Through Olympic Development Program status events such as the North American Finals and National ODP Camps, the nation’s top players are identified for selection to US National Team Programs. The 2011 campaign featured over 800 teams within the U13 – U17 boys and girls age groups, competing within 10 geographic divisions of the U.S. and Canada.