About Us

My name is John Roper and I created the website Sporttryouts.com

As a child I played many sports, but baseball meant everything to me. I wasn’t sure if had enough talent or skills to make it to the Mlb, but I was dedicated to the idea of making a dream come true. What I lacked was the means to get the training and continuous play against good competition which took me out of my hometown frequently. Had it not been for gracious family and friends I may not have achieved my dream. I also would not had a great sense of community and understand the importance of giving back. The creation of the website is just one way for me to continue to pay it forward.

For athletes, Sporttryouts.com is a consolidated place to find an abundance of opportunities to participate and train in any sport of their liking, both local and across the nation. For coaches and organizers, the site is the best tool to connect with potential players to fill rosters, camps, clinics, and tryouts and more. Sporrtyouts is place where everybody wins. I firmly believe we can help alleviate the “NO PAY NO PLAY” culture that sometimes surround youth sports, thus leveling the playing field for all athletes from all economic backgrounds.

Disclaimer-The Website provides information solely for convenience, and does not serve as any form of endorsement of any program on listed on this site. We strongly recommend conducting your own research prior to committing athletes to any program. Sporttryouts.com neither attest to nor assumes the risks of safety , trustworthiness of promoters, accuracy of information, or any such matters.

In Lumberton NC at Areas Stars first round of tryouts. Good turnout. Sporttryouts.com came thru again helping to get players out to tryout for 2020 season. Over 50 players attended today.
Good turnout today.

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