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Lindsey Patton - Florida Gulf Coast University
 
Morgan Patton - Belmont Abbey
 
Brianna Loube - Nova Southeastern
 
Kit Lofereski - University of Florida
 
Callie Delaney - New York University
 
Danielle Van Liere - University of Florida
 
Abby Logue - FIU
 
Jordan Lewis - University of West Florida
 
Maya Fisher - Jacksonville University
 
Kennedy Masse - Lee McRae
 
Kaitlyn Paul - Belmont Abby
 
 
 
CONGRATS TO OUR CLASS OF 2016
 
Chris Degance - Stetson University
 
Cormac Dodd - University of North Florida
 
Adwin Ashman - Lasell College
 
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JFC Armada U12 Boys - Disney Pre-Season Kickoff Champions

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JFC Armada U13 Boys - Disney Pre-Season Finalist

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JFC Storm U13 Pre-ECNL Disney Pre-Season Kickoff Champions

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JFC U17 Boy's - Florida Cup Champions

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JFC Storm U16 Girls - "Heading back to Nationals" To Defend Title

 

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40 of 96 Teams Punch Tickets to the 2015 US Youth Soccer National Championships in Tulsa, Okla.

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FRISCO, Texas (March 25, 2015) — US Youth Soccer is proud to announce the US Youth Soccer National League Under-14, Under-15, Under-16, Under-17 and Under-18 Boys and Girls teams that have qualified to compete in the 2015 US Youth Soccer National Championships, which are being held July 20-26 in Tulsa, Okla.

Just two teams clinched their position as division champions prior to the final weekends of play in March in Las Vegas, where the remaining division champions were crowned. Of the 18 National League titles captured during play in Las Vegas, 12 were decided on the respective final day of the boys' and girls’ seasons — showcasing the league’s depth of talent.

By way of their success in the 2014-15 US Youth Soccer National League, the top two finishers in each division have earned a direct path to the final leg of the nation's most elite and prestigious competition, providing the opportunity for additional exposure to collegiate and national staff scouts and the chance to capture the National Championship title in their respective age group.

2014-15 National League representatives for the 2015 US Youth Soccer National Championships

Girls

Under-14
Blue Champion: Dallas Kicks SC (TX-N)*
Blue Runner-up: FC Pride 01 Elite (IN)*
Red Champion: South Shore Select Elite (MA)*
Red Runner-up: CUP Gold 00/01 (OH-S)*

Under-15
Blue Champion: Tophat 18 Gold (GA)
Blue Runner-up: La Roca Premier PO (UT)*
Red Champion: Legends FC 99 (CA-S)*
Red Runner-up: Carlsbad Elite 99 (CA-S)*

Under-16
Blue Champion: Tophat 17 Gold (GA)
Blue Runner-up: YMS Premier Xplosion 98 (PA-E)*
Red Champion: JFC Storm 98/99 (FL)#
Red Runner-up: Kings Hammer Academy Red (OH-S)*

Under-17
Blue Champion: Carlsbad Elite 97/98 (CA-S)*
Blue Runner-up: Tampa Bay United 97 Premier (FL)
Red Champion: Beach FC Academy 97 (CA-S)*#
Red Runner-up: Michigan Jaguars 98 Green (MI)*

Under-18
Blue Champion: Beach FC Academy (CA-S)*
Blue Runner-up: DMCV Sharks Elite (CA-S)*#
Red Champion: Carlsbad Elite (CA-S)*
Red Runner-up: VSA Heat 96 Blue (VA)*

Boys

Under-14
Blue Champion: Downtown LVSC 01 Academy (NV)*
Blue Runner-up: San Diego SC 00 Academy Navy (CA-S)*
Red Champion: Baltimore Celtic Dynasty (MD)*
Red Runner-up: LFSC Geerling White (MO)*

Under-15
Blue Champion: Fullerton Rangers White (CA-S)*
Blue Runner-up: United FA 00 Premier (GA)*#
Red Champion: South Carolina United FC 99 Elite (SC)
Red Runner-up: Arlington Eagles Red (VA)*

Under-16
Blue Champion: SDFC Rangers (NJ)
Blue Runner-up: Loudoun 98 Red (VA)*
Red Champion: Penn Fusion 98 (PA-E)*
Red Runner-up: Albion SC White (CA-S)*

Under-17
Blue Champion: Arlington Impact Red (VA)
Blue Runner-up: Santa Barbara SC White (CA-S)*
Red Champion: Baltimore Celtic 97/98 (MD)*#
Red Runner-up: Sunrise Elite 97/98 (FL)*

Under-18
Blue Champion: CUP Gold 96/97 (OH-S)
Blue Runner-up: LVSA 97 Red (NV)*
Red Champion: FC Dallas 97 Premier (TX-N)
Red Runner-up: Fullerton Rangers 96 White (CA-S)*

*Qualified during final weekend in Las Vegas
# Defending National Champion

By US Youth Soccer State Association: California-South (12), Virginia (4), Florida (3), Georgia (3), Ohio-South (3), Maryland (2), Nevada (2), Eastern Pennsylvania (2), North Texas (2), Indiana (1), Massachusetts (1), Michigan (1), Missouri (1), New Jersey (1), South Carolina (1) and Utah (1)

Five teams will be returning to the National Championships with a chance to defend their titles — two on the boys’ side and three girls squads. There are also three former National Champions who earned a chance to reclaim their titles in Tulsa after qualifying through the National League.

National League Girls Results:

An impressive offensive effort by Dallas Kicks SC (TX-N) — scoring 22 goals en route to a 5-0-2 record in league play — helped the Texas side win the Under-14 Blue Division title and earn a trip back to Nationals. The Kicks aren’t the only Under-14 side to secure a second trip to Nationals, as 2014 Region I Champion South Shore Select Elite (MA) came out on top of several tight games to claim the Red Division crown.

After coming up short in the National final last season, 2013 National Champion Legends FC 99 (CA-S) has an opportunity to get back to the top in Tulsa after winning the Under-15 Red Division. Legends held off fellow Cal South side Carlsbad Elite 99 (CA-S) with a tie on the final day of play. Those teams will have to get through Tophat 18 Gold (GA) and U.S. Under-17 Women’s National Team forward Rachel Jones, who helped the Georgia side to a 7-0-0 season and the Blue Division championship.

Defending National Champion JFC Storm 98/99 (FL) went 6-0-1 in National League play to win the Under-16 Red Division and guarantee a chance to defend its National title in Tulsa. It will have to face the team it beat in the final, YMS Premier Xplosion 98 (PA-E), which finished second in the Blue Division. A tie by YMS on the season’s final day allowed Tophat 17 Gold (GA) to take the Blue Division crown after posting a 5-1-1 record.

A pair of Cal South teams won the divisions in the Under-17 age group, including a Red Division title for defending National Champion Beach FC Academy 97 (CA-S) — which has a chance to play for a second straight National title in Tulsa. In the Blue Division, Carlsbad Elite 97/98 (CA-S) became the first team to win three National League division titles and also became the first girls team to concede zero goals in a season. That defensive effort helped Carlsbad finish ahead of 2014 National finalist Tampa Bay United 97 Premier (FL), which allowed just one goal during its National League campaign.

It took three wins in March for two-time National Champion DMCV Sharks Elite (CA-S) to overcome a slow start and punch its ticket back to Nationals. DMCV defeated Beach FC Academy (CA-S), the Under-18 Blue Division champions, on the season’s final day to secure a second-place finish. The loss was Beach FC’s lone blemish on its run to the group title. In the Red Division, Carlsbad Elite (CA-S) went undefeated — posting four wins and three ties — en route to a first-place finish.

National League Boys Results:

An exciting final day of play saw Downtown LVSC 01 Academy (NV) win the Under-14 Blue Division with a win over San Diego SC 00 Academy Navy (CA-S), which hung on for second place in the group. In the Red Division, a 5-0-2 record helped Baltimore Celtic Dynasty (MD) claim the title and earn a second trip to the National Championships after going as the Region I Champions a year ago.

A December win over defending National Champion United FA 00 Premier (GA) allowed Fullerton Rangers White (CA-S) to take the Under-15 Blue Division title thanks to the head-to-head tiebreaker. United FA, which finished tied with Fullerton with 16 points, settled for second place but still has a chance to defend its National title. In the Red Division, South Carolina United FC 99 Elite (SC) finished atop the group with a 5-1-1 record.

The only team in the Under-16 age group to go undefeated, SDFC Rangers (NJ) used its 5-0-2 mark to claim the Blue Division title. In the Red Division, Penn Fusion 98 (PA-E) finished in first after a hot start in North Carolina that saw it earn 10 points. Little separated the teams in both Under-16, so runners-up Loudoun 98 Red (VA) and Albion SC White (CA-S) could certainly make some noise in Tulsa.

An undefeated December fueled Virginia side Arlington Impact Red’s run to Under-17 Blue Division title. Arlington held off two-time National Champion Santa Barbara SC White (CA-S), which finished second and will head to Tulsa with a chance to win its third National title in four years. That won’t be easy, as defending National Champion Baltimore Celtic 97/98 (MD) is heading back to Nationals after winning the Red Division. And with 2012 National finalist Sunrise Elite 97/98 (FL) moving on as the Red Division runner-up, the Under-17 age group will be filled with experienced teams in Tulsa.

FC Dallas 97 Premier (TX-N), the 2014 National finalist, went 7-0-0 to win the Under-18 Red Division and will be out to finish on top this summer in Tulsa. Meanwhile, two-time National Champion Fullerton Rangers 96 White (CA-S) finished second in the group to earn a berth to its fifth National Championships. In the Red Division, CUP Gold 96/97 (OH-S) did just enough to hold off LVSA 97 Red (NV) for the group title.

The 40 Boys and Girls teams that qualified for the National Championships through the National League will be joined by 56 US Youth Soccer Regional Champions to complete the field of 96 teams this summer in Tulsa, Okla.

The National League kicked off the season in November 2014, with the girls starting things off in Wilson, N.C. Boys play kicked off three weeks later at the same location. The boys and girls each played on separate dates in late December and January alongside the Disney Soccer Showcase in Orlando, Fla. The final two weekends took place alongside the Players Soccer Showcase in Las Vegas. The Boys finished their season March 13-15, while the girls wrapped up play March 20-22. Each weekend of play provided key recruiting and scouting opportunities for college coaches seeking future impact players.

The National League is an extension of the highly successful US Youth Soccer Regional Leagues (US Youth Soccer Region I Champions League, Midwest Regional League, Region III Premier League and Far West Regional League). The National League provides an avenue for teams to play in meaningful matches against top competition from across the country for continued development and opportunities for exposure at the national team, collegiate and professional levels.

National League teams earn their place in the league based on a proven track record of success in US Youth Soccer regional and national competitions and are among the nation's best. Competing for a league title and a spot in the US Youth Soccer National Championships, each and every game played into who is representing the National League this summer in Tulsa, Okla.

The US Youth Soccer National Championships cap a yearlong series of competitions that comprise the US Youth Soccer National Championship Series. Boys and girls teams in multiple age groups earn their way by competing against the top teams in their state and region. US Youth Soccer State Champions and selected wildcard teams are eligible to compete in one of four US Youth Soccer Regional Championships. The champions in the Under-13 through Under-19 age groups from each regional event will converge in the finals with the National League teams. Click here for the dates and locations of the Regional Championships.

2015 US Youth Soccer National Championships | Tulsa, Okla.
Mohawk Soccer Complex
Player Luncheon: July 20
Round Robin: July 21-23
Semis: July 25 (U14-U18)
Finals: July 25 (U13 & U19); July 26 (U14-U18)

For more information on the US Youth Soccer National Championships, visit http://championships.usyouthsoccer.org, the online home for the US Youth Soccer National Championship Series, providing the latest in news, information and more.

JFC Storm U13 Girls - Florida Premier League Champions

Florida Premier League Champions - "Heading To Nationals"

Congrats Ladies & Coach Mike!!!!!

JFC 's Trey Langois - Gatorade Player of the Year!

 


All-First Coast boys soccer: Trey Langlois' season features 62 goals, State Mr. Soccer Award

Jacksonville athletes have captured their share of Mr. Football, Mr. Track and Mr. Swimming awards when state award season rolls around — but never soccer.

Until Trey Langlois.

The Bishop Kenny senior scored an astonishing 62 goals in the 2014-15 campaign, becoming Jacksonville’s first winner of the Florida Dairy Farmers Mr. Soccer award and earning local honors as the Times-Union’s All-First Coast boys soccer player of the year.

Knifing through defenses with turbocharged acceleration and blasting home dozens of loose balls around the box, Langlois set a new bar for Jacksonville soccer in a season that dispelled all the doubters.

“I’ve always been looked at as an underdog,” Langlois said. “Even when I was being recruited by colleges, the biggest thing was, ‘With your size, you might not be able to play at the Division I level.’”

Too small for prime time? Not anymore.

Two big decisions, one personal and one tactical, helped prepare Langlois to lead the Crusaders to the District 4-2A championship.

Langlois had previously split his time between soccer and football — his last game on the gridiron was the Crusaders’ epic 74-73 loss to Clay in 2013 — before committing to soccer full-time after ACC champion Clemson came calling.

“They said if you’re going to be committed to us, you’ve got to commit yourself completely and wholly, and that comes with sacrificing football,” he said. “I was willing to make the sacrifice.”

Then, Bishop Kenny coach John Auldridge decided to post Langlois on the outside of a three-man front line, where he was able to escape the attention of taller defenders and use his elusiveness to maximum effect.

“When you’re coming straight at something from up top, it’s much more difficult than from a wider position,” Auldridge said. “So I think that switch helped him quite a bit.”

After a December tournament in Tampa, where Bishop Kenny hammered traditional powers St. Petersburg Catholic 8-0 and Shorecrest Prep 9-1, the whole state had to take notice.

Along the journey, Langlois learned to handle every crunching challenge that opponents sent his way.

“His feet are so quick,” Auldridge said. “Most teams had to resort to hacking at him, fouling him to slow him down. It made him a target, and it’s very difficult to match for most teams.”

Now, Langlois becomes the latest to tread the pathway from the First Coast to the South Carolina foothills, following Nease standouts Nathan Sturgis (currently with the Houston Dynamo in Major League Soccer) and Michael Melvin in wearing the orange of the 1984 and 1987 NCAA champions.

At Clemson, he’s expecting to change positions again, this time to an outside fullback position where he can use his lightning launch to zoom upfield into the attack.

But even though his new role is defensive in name, Langlois isn’t planning to stop his goal-scoring ways anytime soon.

“At the collegiate level, that’s one of the main attacking players,” he said. “They like to get them up forward. ... I’m trying to start as a freshman. I’m going to work my tail off in order to get that starting spot.”

JFC U19 Premier - President's Cup Champions

Congrats to our JFC U19 Premier Boys & Coach Jason Cooley for being crowned Champions. Job Well Done!

Armada Development League

 


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Region B Cup - Final Four

 

U19 Boys Premier - Champions

U13 Boys Premier - Finalists

U11 Boys Elite - Finalists

U11 Girls Elite - Final Four

 

 


 

JFC Teams competing in the Final Four:

 

U11 - Boys

JFC 03/04 Boys Elite - Coached by Vanja Trivuncic

 

U11 - Girls

JFC 03/04 Girls Elite - Coached by Rod Miller

 

U13 - Boys

JFC 01/02 Boys Premier - Coached by John Parker

 

U19 - Boys

JFC  96/97 Boys Premier - Coached by Jason Cooley

JFC U12 Elite - Champions

Congrats to our JFC U12 Elite Boys - Well Done!

U13 JFC Storm Elite - CDL Showcase Champions

Congrats to coach Mott and our JFC U13 Storm Elite Girls. Well Done!

U14 JFC Storm Elite - Gator Showcase Champions

Congrats to coach Proehl and our JFC U14 Elite Girls. Well Done!

Proud Partners Armada & Jacksonville FC

 

 

 

Armada FC and Jacksonville FC announce major youth soccer partnership

Clubs come together to develop pathway from youth to pros for kids in Jacksonville and beyond

 

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (February 3, 2015) The Armada FC, Jacksonville's new professional soccer team, announced an innovative and exciting partnership with one of the city’s biggest youth soccer clubs, Jacksonville FC, which will see both clubs come together to establish a dynamic structure of soccer progression in Jacksonville from youth to professional level.

 

The wide-reaching partnership, which includes co-branding of both clubs, will see Armada FC and Jacksonville FC team up to create a continuous “player pathway” soccer structure that seeks to develop the city’s best young male soccer talent at the competitive level of the game, starting immediately with JFC’s Boys U14 DA team and the JFC U12-U18 Elite level teams feeding into the Armada’s growing soccer development program. The new elite teams will be re-titled the JFC Armada.  Through the efforts of Armada FC, JFC and JFC’s strategic partners, the goal will be to identify and develop future Armada FC reserve and first team players while nurturing some of the region’s best young soccer talent.

 

To aid in the development of the partnership, Jacksonville FC Executive Director Eric Dade, will join the Armada FC staff as director of soccer development. Both clubs plan to work together in their pursuit of earning all age groups of the United States Soccer Federation’s Development Academy.

 

Commenting on the partnership which marries the fourth-largest youth soccer club in Florida to Jacksonville’s professional soccer representatives in the growing North American Soccer League, Armada FC owner Mark Frisch, said: “We are excited to announce this extensive partnership between Armada FC and one of the best youth soccer programs in the country in JFC. We are looking forward to combining our resources to develop some of our region’s best youth soccer talents and to provide a pathway from recreational youth soccer to the professional ranks through the Armada.”

 

JFC President, David Proehl, said: “JFC is excited to be partnering with Armada FC to help elite level boys aged 12-18 achieve their soccer goals through the USSF Developmental Academy Program. Teaming up with a professional soccer club of the standing and quality of Armada FC has been part of our strategic vision and more importantly, provides players, coaches and referees a proven pathway not offered anywhere else on the First Coast.”

 

Armada FC General Manager, Dario Sala, added: “We are extremely pleased to announce the appointment of Eric Dade as our first director of soccer development. Eric will become an integral part of our coaching staff and brings decades of experience not only in playing and coaching soccer but also specifically in developing youth talent.

 

“We are excited about the possibilities that teaming up with JFC will provide in not only finding future players for the Armada reserve and first teams, but also in further developing the depth of youth learning in our region.”

 

In addition to his new position at Armada FC, Eric Dade will continue to serve as JFC’s Executive Director and US Development Academy Director said:  “Having the opportunity for JFC to partner with Armada FC is extremely exciting.  I am thrilled to be in a position to bridge the relationship between Armada FC and JFC’s youth development.  Furthermore, Armada FC’s ownership, front office and soccer staff have demonstrated a passion for the game and are committed to seeing the sport grow.  This in every way mirrors who JFC is and what we stand for.  This partnership shows that both organizations are dedicated to having a significant impact on players, coaches and soccer enthusiasts in our community”.

 

Dade comes to the Armada with over 28 years’ experience in professional and youth soccer development. A college standout at Virginia Commonwealth University, he went on to play professionally in the Major Indoor Soccer League (MISL) with the Dallas Sidekicks and Baltimore Blast before moving to the Dallas Burn/FC Dallas of Major League Soccer.

 

Dade has coached at all levels including the US Men’s and Women’s National Team programs at U18 and U14 level. The former JU Women’s soccer assistant coach currently serves as the Director of the US Market Training Center in Florida and the US Club Soccer PDP Director (Florida) & Id2 Staff Coach.

 

About Jacksonville FC

Jacksonville FC, a 501c3 Non for Profit Corporation, is the preeminent youth soccer club in Northeast Florida and is home to more team champions than any other local club. Their 38-year history of on-field success includes a dynamic recreation program thereby providing the foundation for a lifelong love of the sport.  Most recently JFC has produced State, Regional, National and International champions/finalists and helped provide US National Team Camp opportunities for 6 local players. 

 

Patton Park, the home of JFC, is a 126 acre soccer complex consisting of 15 fields and host to many national, professional and collegiate teams including Jacksonville Armada FC, US Women’s National Team, 2014 Nigerian World Cup Team, New York City FC, Cruz Azul FC and Jacksonville United FC.

 

Off the field, JFC has a philanthropic mission to improve the lives of children as they partner, raise funds and commit volunteer hours for Wolfson Children’s Hospital, Tom Coughlin’s Jay Fund, Downs Syndrome Association of Jacksonville, Allison Gray Broderick Foundation, Donna Foundation and providing used soccer equipment to orphanages in the Caribbean and Central America.

 

For any questions or inquiries on JFC, please email mediarelations@jfcsoccer.com.

 

About the Jacksonville Armada FC

The Jacksonville Armada FC is Northeast Florida’s newest professional sports team and a member of the North American Soccer League. The NASL member teams are: Atlanta Silverbacks, Carolina RailHawks, FC Edmonton, Fort Lauderdale Strikers, Indy Eleven, Jacksonville Armada FC, Minnesota United FC, New York Cosmos, Ottawa Fury FC, San Antonio Scorpions FC and Tampa Bay Rowdies.

Jacksonville Armada FC is committed to supporting youth soccer at all levels as well as all youth soccer clubs in our region and will continue to work with all clubs in addition to JFC.

For more information about the Armada FC, visit www.ArmadaFC.com.  Follow the Armada FC on Twitter @ JaxArmadaFC and Facebook at www.Facebook.com/JaxArmadaFC. For more information about the NASL, visit www.NASL.com. Follow the NASL on Twitter @NASLOfficial and Facebook at www.Facebook.com/NASLfans. Fans can watch every game live at www.NASLlive.com.

 

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Proud Partners Armada & Jacksonville FC

 

 

 

Armada FC and Jacksonville FC announce major youth soccer partnership

Clubs come together to develop pathway from youth to pros for kids in Jacksonville and beyond

 

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (February 3, 2015) The Armada FC, Jacksonville's new professional soccer team, announced an innovative and exciting partnership with one of the city’s biggest youth soccer clubs, Jacksonville FC, which will see both clubs come together to establish a dynamic structure of soccer progression in Jacksonville from youth to professional level.

 

The wide-reaching partnership, which includes co-branding of both clubs, will see Armada FC and Jacksonville FC team up to create a continuous “player pathway” soccer structure that seeks to develop the city’s best young male soccer talent at the competitive level of the game, starting immediately with JFC’s Boys U14 DA team and the JFC U12-U18 Elite level teams feeding into the Armada’s growing soccer development program. The new elite teams will be re-titled the JFC Armada.  Through the efforts of Armada FC, JFC and JFC’s strategic partners, the goal will be to identify and develop future Armada FC reserve and first team players while nurturing some of the region’s best young soccer talent.

 

To aid in the development of the partnership, Jacksonville FC Executive Director Eric Dade, will join the Armada FC staff as director of soccer development. Both clubs plan to work together in their pursuit of earning all age groups of the United States Soccer Federation’s Development Academy.

 

Commenting on the partnership which marries the fourth-largest youth soccer club in Florida to Jacksonville’s professional soccer representatives in the growing North American Soccer League, Armada FC owner Mark Frisch, said: “We are excited to announce this extensive partnership between Armada FC and one of the best youth soccer programs in the country in JFC. We are looking forward to combining our resources to develop some of our region’s best youth soccer talents and to provide a pathway from recreational youth soccer to the professional ranks through the Armada.”

 

JFC President, David Proehl, said: “JFC is excited to be partnering with Armada FC to help elite level boys aged 12-18 achieve their soccer goals through the USSF Developmental Academy Program. Teaming up with a professional soccer club of the standing and quality of Armada FC has been part of our strategic vision and more importantly, provides players, coaches and referees a proven pathway not offered anywhere else on the First Coast.”

 

Armada FC General Manager, Dario Sala, added: “We are extremely pleased to announce the appointment of Eric Dade as our first director of soccer development. Eric will become an integral part of our coaching staff and brings decades of experience not only in playing and coaching soccer but also specifically in developing youth talent.

 

“We are excited about the possibilities that teaming up with JFC will provide in not only finding future players for the Armada reserve and first teams, but also in further developing the depth of youth learning in our region.”

 

In addition to his new position at Armada FC, Eric Dade will continue to serve as JFC’s Executive Director and US Development Academy Director said:  “Having the opportunity for JFC to partner with Armada FC is extremely exciting.  I am thrilled to be in a position to bridge the relationship between Armada FC and JFC’s youth development.  Furthermore, Armada FC’s ownership, front office and soccer staff have demonstrated a passion for the game and are committed to seeing the sport grow.  This in every way mirrors who JFC is and what we stand for.  This partnership shows that both organizations are dedicated to having a significant impact on players, coaches and soccer enthusiasts in our community”.

 

Dade comes to the Armada with over 28 years’ experience in professional and youth soccer development. A college standout at Virginia Commonwealth University, he went on to play professionally in the Major Indoor Soccer League (MISL) with the Dallas Sidekicks and Baltimore Blast before moving to the Dallas Burn/FC Dallas of Major League Soccer.

 

Dade has coached at all levels including the US Men’s and Women’s National Team programs at U18 and U14 level. The former JU Women’s soccer assistant coach currently serves as the Director of the US Market Training Center in Florida and the US Club Soccer PDP Director (Florida) & Id2 Staff Coach.

 

About Jacksonville FC

Jacksonville FC, a 501c3 Non for Profit Corporation, is the preeminent youth soccer club in Northeast Florida and is home to more team champions than any other local club. Their 38-year history of on-field success includes a dynamic recreation program thereby providing the foundation for a lifelong love of the sport.  Most recently JFC has produced State, Regional, National and International champions/finalists and helped provide US National Team Camp opportunities for 6 local players. 

 

Patton Park, the home of JFC, is a 126 acre soccer complex consisting of 15 fields and host to many national, professional and collegiate teams including Jacksonville Armada FC, US Women’s National Team, 2014 Nigerian World Cup Team, New York City FC, Cruz Azul FC and Jacksonville United FC.

 

Off the field, JFC has a philanthropic mission to improve the lives of children as they partner, raise funds and commit volunteer hours for Wolfson Children’s Hospital, Tom Coughlin’s Jay Fund, Downs Syndrome Association of Jacksonville, Allison Gray Broderick Foundation, Donna Foundation and providing used soccer equipment to orphanages in the Caribbean and Central America.

 

For any questions or inquiries on JFC, please email mediarelations@jfcsoccer.com.

 

About the Jacksonville Armada FC

The Jacksonville Armada FC is Northeast Florida’s newest professional sports team and a member of the North American Soccer League. The NASL member teams are: Atlanta Silverbacks, Carolina RailHawks, FC Edmonton, Fort Lauderdale Strikers, Indy Eleven, Jacksonville Armada FC, Minnesota United FC, New York Cosmos, Ottawa Fury FC, San Antonio Scorpions FC and Tampa Bay Rowdies.

Jacksonville Armada FC is committed to supporting youth soccer at all levels as well as all youth soccer clubs in our region and will continue to work with all clubs in addition to JFC.

For more information about the Armada FC, visit www.ArmadaFC.com.  Follow the Armada FC on Twitter @ JaxArmadaFC and Facebook at www.Facebook.com/JaxArmadaFC. For more information about the NASL, visit www.NASL.com. Follow the NASL on Twitter @NASLOfficial and Facebook at www.Facebook.com/NASLfans. Fans can watch every game live at www.NASLlive.com.

 

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JFC U15 Boys Elite

Congrats to JFC U15 Boys Elite 

JFC U18 Boys Elite

Great Job Boys!

JFC U17 Boys Elite

Well Done Boys!

JFC U17 Boys Elite

Well Done Boys!

JFC Storm U16 Girls

Great Job Ladies!

JFC Storm U18 Girls

Great Job Ladies!

JFC Barrett - NSCAA Assistant Coach of Year

The National Soccer Coaches Association of America has announced the 24 individuals named Regional Assistant Coaches of the Year, as well as the four assistants named NSCAA/Field Turf Assistant Coaches of the Year for senior college, junior college, and high school.

Notre Dame's Robert "BJ" Craig was named the Glenn "Mooch" Myernick National Men's Assistant Coach of the Year. Mike Bristol from Florida State was named the Glenn "Mooch" Myernick National Women's Assistant Coach of the Year.

Taking the National Junior College Assistant Coach of the Year honor was Trey Livingston from Montgomery College (Md.), while John "Jack" O'Donnell from St. Christopher's School (Va.) was named National High School Assistant Coach of the Year.

The NSCAA/Field Turf Assistant Coaches of the Year and other 2014 NSCAA award winners will be honored at the 2015 Awards Banquet on Friday, Jan. 16, in conjunction with the NSCAA Convention in Philadelphia.

Senior College Men's Regional Assistant Coaches of the Year

Region

Coach

School

East

Chris Gbandi

Dartmouth

Great Lakes

Eric Reed

Bowling Green

Far West

John Smith

Stanford

Midwest

Lee Schopp

Hope

Southeast

Kyle Gookins

Charlotte

Northeast

Geoff Moore

SUNY Oneonta

South

Robert "BJ" Craig

Notre Dame

West

Liam Connors

UNLV

Glenn “Mooch” Myernick National Men’s Assistant Coach of the Year: Robert "BJ" Craig, Notre Dame 

Craig, who was promoted to associate head coach in February 2013, entered his seventh season on the Notre Dame staff in 2014. With Craig on the sidelines, the Fighting Irish have posted a 76-31-21 record including winning the 2013 National Championship in addition to capturing three conference titles. In his six seasons, Notre Dame has produced five All-Americans, 28 All-Conference selections, three conference Players of the Year, and 18 MLS draft picks. The program also has excelled in the classroom, boasting five Academic All-America honorees and 10 NSCAA Scholar All-America selections, including two NSCAA Scholar-Athletes of the Year.

He is a member of the NSCAA and holds a USSF B License. Craig was selected as the 2013 NSCAA South Region Assistant Coach of the Year.

Senior College Women's Regional Assistant Coaches of the Year

Region

Coach

School

Central

Lisa Stoia

West Virginia

Great Lakes

Tim Rosenfeld

Wisconsin

Mid-Atlantic

Ally Kenney

La Salle

Northeast

Jen Clark

Castleton State

Pacific

Amy Griffin

Washington

South

Phil Stephenson

Texas A&M

Southeast

Mike Bristol

Florida State

West

Owen Collie

Trinity University (Texas)

Glenn “Mooch” Myernick  National Women’s Assistant Coach of the Year: Mike Bristol, Florida State 

Mike Bristol completed his sixth season at Florida State, where his primary responsibilities include the training of the goalkeepers and team defense. He took over as the program’s recruiting coordinator in 2012. Bristol joined the Seminole coaching staff after spending five seasons as an assistant coach with the Eclipse Select Soccer Club. 

His coaching background also includes stints with the Region II ODP and Illinois ODP programs. Bristol also traveled to Germany as the goalkeeper coach with the 1992 Regional ODP team. During the 2009-10 season, he was named the Region III ODP Goalkeeping Director. Bristol has earned a level 3 goalkeeping diploma as well as a premier diploma, from the NSCAA. He is also on the NSCAA goalkeeping instructional staff for state and regional diplomas. Bristol earned his national goalkeeping license from USSF.

Junior College Regional Assistant Coaches of the Year

Region

Coach

School

East

Trey Livingston

Montgomery College (Md.)

North

Rebecca Valdez

Laramie County Community College (Ariz.)

South

Alfonso Perez

Arizona Western College

West

Guillermo Gonzalez

Cerritos College

National Junior College Assistant Coach of the Year: Trey Livingston, Montgomery College (Md.) 

Livingston is part of the NSCAA 30 under 30 program. Since he has been at Montgomery College, he has coached 15 All-Conference, 13 All-Region, and six All-Americans. Six of those players have been drafted to play professionally. He has his NSCAA Premier Diploma, Level III Goalkeeper Diploma, and NSCAA Director of Coaching Diploma. He also holds the USSF A License.

High School Regional Assistant Coaches of the Year

Region

Coach

School

East

John "Jack" O'Donnell

St. Christopher's School (Richmond, Va.)

West

David Sullivan

St. Pius X High School (Albuquerque, N.M.)

South

Joe Barrett

The Bolles School (Jacksonville, Fla.)

Midwest

Joe Rauth

Millard North High School (Omaha, Neb.)http://http://www.nscaa.com/news/2014/12/2014-regional-national-assistants-of-the-year

National High School Assistant Coach of the Year: John O'Donnell, St. Christopher's School (Richmond, Va.)

O'Donnell is a lower school physical education teacher at St. Christopher’s (STC). He is also an assistant with the varsity soccer team and the head coach of the 8th grade level lacrosse team. O’Donnell has 29 years of coaching experience. He has attended multiple NSCAA Conventions, and has earned the state and Goalkeeping 1 diplomas, as well at least one High School Special Topics diploma. At St. Christopher’s, he has won two of the four highest awards given to faculty: the 1995 Bolling Award (for strengthening the bond between faculty and students) and the 2011 Jacobs Distinguished Coaching Award.

His commitment to soccer has included youth coaching with camps at STC. Over the past seven summers Jack has coached a youth soccer camp, first with 5-12 year olds and for the past four years for 3-5 year olds.

Recent Awards Announcements

NSCAA Congratulates the 100 Players Named 2014 Fall High School All-Americans

Walt Chzowych Memorial Fund Names George Vizvary 2015 Award Recipient

Virginia Leads All Programs with Three Players Named as 2014 MAC Hermann

JFC U11 Boys Elite - Disney Jr Showcase Champions

Congratulations to the JFC U11 boys elite team who won the Disney Junior Showcase U11 Premier division.
http://events.gotsport.com/events/default.aspx?EventID=38489

Coach - Vanja Trivuncic
Players - Quentin, Joe, Zachary, Christian, Liam, Johnny, Pearce, Yandel, Sean, Elijah and Andrew.

Great job boys!

JFC U11 Boys Elite - Disney Jr Showcase Champions

Congratulations to the JFC U11 boys elite team who won the Disney Junior Showcase U11 Premier division.
http://events.gotsport.com/events/default.aspx?EventID=38489

Coach - Vanja Trivuncic
Players - Quentin, Joe, Zachary, Christian, Liam, Johnny, Pearce, Yandel, Sean, Elijah and Andrew.

Great job boys!

Danone Cup

2016 Danone Cup Selections(04's)

Nathan Miller

Liam Guske

Nick Herb

Joseph Alberto

Pierce Amalberti

Jake McGowan

Jonathan Luce

Alex Devicentis

Mujo Omerovic

Quentin Rotella

Michael Hilbert

Kellen Johnson

 

...

JFC Storm U16 Jackie Scaeffer - Invited Into U17 National Team Camp

U16 JFC Storm Jackie Scaeffer Invited Into U17 National Team Camp

CHICAGO (Oct. 23, 2014) – U.S. Under-17 Women’s National Team head coach B.J. Snow has named 25 players for a training camp running from Nov. 1-8 at the U.S. Soccer National Training Center in Carson, Calif. in the second domestic event of this cycle.

The U-17s are coming off a highly successful trip to the Korea Republic at the end of August/beginning of September in which they earned two convincing victories against the hosts.

This U-17 camp, which features mostly players born 1999 and a few in 2000, will run concurrently with the U.S. Under-15 Girls’ National Team camp, which features players mostly born 2000 and a few in 2001.

The age cut-off for the next U-17 Women’s World Cup in 2016, which is currently scheduled to be played in Jordan, is for players born on or after Jan. 1, 1999.

U.S. U-17 WNT Roster by Position:
GOALKEEPERS (3): Kat Asman (Concorde Fire SC; Roswell, Ga.), Hilary Beall (San Diego Surf; Laguna Beach, Calif.), Brooke Bollinger (Orlando City; Orlando, Fla.)
DEFENDERS (7): Kerry Abello (Team Chicago; Aurora, Ill.), Karlie Paschall (Tennessee SC; Brentwood, Tenn.), Kiara Pickett (Eagles; Santa Barbara, Calif.), Karina Rodriguez (So Cal Blues; Torrance, Calif.), Izzy Rodriguez (Michigan Hawks; Canton, Mich.), Jackie Schaefer (JFC; Atlantic Beach, Fla.), Sydney Zandi (Penn Fusion; West Chester, Pa.)
MIDFIELDERS (9): Rachael Dorwart (Penn Fusion; Mechanicsburg, Pa.), Chloe Frisch (San Diego Surf; Carlsbad, Calif.), Bri Halverson (Futura Futbol Club; Bolivar, Mo.), Nicki Hernandez (Eclipse Select; Naperville, Ill.), Jaelin Howell (Real Colorado; Windsor, Colo.), Brooke Redington (So Cal Blues; Manhattan Beach, Calif.), Ashley Sanchez (So Cal Blues; Monrovia, Calif.), Jordan Taylor (Ohio Premier Eagels; Wadsworth, Ohio), Taryn Torres (Solar-Chelsea Soccer Club; Frisco, Texas)
FORWARDS (6): Joanna Harber (Eastside FC; Bellevue, Wash.), Rachel Jones (Tophat 18 Gold; Lawrenceville, Ga.), Civana Kuhlmann (Colorado Rush; Littleton, Colo.), Alexa Spaanstra (Michigan Hawks; Brighton, Mich.), Frankie Tagliaferri (PDA; Colt Neck, N.J.), Emma Thomson (Sockers FC; Parkridge, Ill.)

 

Disney Pre-Season Kick Off Champions

Congrats to our JFC Storm U13 & U14 Girls for winning the Disney Pre-Season Kick Off tournament.

Great Start Ladies!

 

Disney Pre Season Kick Off Champions - JFC U13 Boys

Congrats to our JFC U13 Boys Elite for winning the Disney Pre-Season Kick Off tournament.

Well Done!!!

 

USYS Southern Regional Championships - WAY To GO

                    

Congratulations to u14 JFC Storm and JFC u15 Girls for both reaching the finals at Southern Regional Championships.  U14 had 13 goals for and 3 goals against.  U15 had 17 goals for and 3 goals against.  Great accomplishment Coaches and Players! 

A special Thanks to the parents for their support!

Stay tuned as the U14 JFC Storm have squalified for Nationals through National League league play. More on thier road to a National Championship to come.



Good Luck to our JFC Storm Teams at Southern Regionals !!!

JFC U16 Storm (PV U16 Girls)
JFC U15 Storm  (JFC U15 Girls)
JFC U14 Storm (JFC Storm U14 Girls)

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Coaching Clinic

Coaches of all level are welcome. Please come join us.

 

 

Ariana Munoz - U14 National Team Camp

Congrats to our JFC Storm U14 Girls Ariana Munoz on being selected to the U14 US National Team Camp in June.

Good Luck!!!!

 

JFC U12 Elite Boy's - Danone Cup Champions - Brazil

Congratulations to our JFC U12 Elite Boys & Coach Bobby Shea on capturing the Danone Cup Championships and earning a birth to Brazil

Danone Cup History - Click Here

Schedules & Results

 

 

JFC Storm U14 & JFC U15 Girls - Heading to Nationals

Good Luck Ladies- We are very proud of you!

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JFC U12 Boys Tour England 2014

FYSA 2014 State Cup - JFC Teams

Congrats to our JFC U15 Girls Elite on being crowned STATE CUP CHAMPIONS for the second straight year.

We're also proud of the following teams for their tournament success

JFC U13 Elite Girls - Semifinalists
JFC Storm U14  Girls- Semifinalists

 


Congrats to our teams who advanced to the next rounds of FYSA State Cup!

JFC U13 Girls Elite - Final Four
JFC Storm U14 Girls - Final Four

JFC U15 Girls Elite - Final Four

 

JFC U13 Girls Elite - Round of 16
JFC Storm U14 Girls - Round of 16
JFC Storm Elite U14 Girls - Round of 16
JFC U15 Girls Elite - Round of 16
JFC U15 Girls Premier - 2nd Round
JFC U17 Girls Elite - Round of 16

JFC U16 Boys Elite - Round of 16
JFC U17 Boys Elite - Round of 16

Good Luck to our JFC & JFC Storm Teams

Schedules & Scores

JFC U15 Girls Disney Showcase Champions

JFC U15 Girls Disney Showcase Champions

JFC U18 Boy's Elite Disney Showcase Champions

JFC U17 Boy's Elite Disney Showcase Finalists

JFC Winter Tournament Successes

JFC Tournament Successes - Winter 2013-14

Florida Rush Cup 2014

JFC U13 Girls Premier - CHAMPIONS

 

Brevard Winter Classic 2014

JFC U14 Girls Premier - FINALISTS

JFC CASL Success

JFC U16 Boys - Click Here

JFC U17 Boys - Click Here

JFC U18 Boys - Click Here

JFC U14 Storm Elite Girls - Click Here

JFC U13 Girls Elite - Click Here

JFC U13 Elite Girls - Orlando City Cup Champions

RPL Champs

Congrats to the JFC U15 Elite Girls for winning the USYS Region Premier League. Winning the RPL which consists of state champions and finalist from South Texas, North Texas , Alabama, Arkansas, and Georgia automatically qualifies the team for the 2014 Southern Regional Championships which will be held in Baton Rouge, Louisiana this summer. Also with the league title the team solidifies its place in the 2014 USYS National League.

Almir Kurtanovic - Called into U15 National Team Camp

Congratulations to JFC's Almir Kurtanovic for being called into the US U15 National Team Camp in Carson, California.

JFC U16 Elite Disney Qualifier Champions

Disney Qualifier Success: 

JFC U16 Boys Elite - Champions
JFC U17 Boys Elite- Semi-Finalists

Murnin Invited to US National Team Camp

 

Congratulations to JFC U15 Elite player Madison Murnin on being invited to US Soccer U14 National Team camp.

JFC Storm & JFC Elite - National League

Congrats to our U14 Girls JFC Storm & U15 Girls JFC Elite for being accepted to participate in USYS prestigious National League.
 

Congratulations

Congratulations Ladies!!


 

Good luck ladies & Coach Mike!!!!!

Schedules & Scores

PROUD PARTNERS

JFC STORM Partner Program


Reshaping North Florida’s youth soccer landscape started on January 8th when Ponte Vedra Soccer Club (PVSC) offered their written support of Jacksonville FC’s (JFC) application to be admitted to the Elite Clubs National League (ECNL).  The idea of pooling elite level female players from multiple clubs is ground breaking for North Florida because it truly speaks to the commitment that both clubs have for the betterment of the youth soccer community.
Continuing this trend, JFC and PVSC are proud to announce a new program entitled:  JFC STORM Partner Program.   This program will provide elite level players an opportunity to play together as one.  For the upcoming season, JFC and PVSC will be holding joint Elite Level Tryouts to form multiple competitive teams in the U-14 Girl age group.  These Elite level team(s) will be playing under the name:  “JFC STORM”.
As the PVSC-JFC affiliation evolves, both clubs plan to implement the JFC Storm Partner Program in multiple age groups for both Girls and Boys elite level teams.
 

The JFC STORM Elite Level Program will provide the following benefits:


-       Expanded coaching staff and cross-training opportunities across all levels of play
-       A shared curriculum and player development model
-       Well-matched teams at every level of play that optimize player development
-       Participation in Region III, US Club Soccer, FPL and/or FSPL

 
JFC STORM U14 Girls Elite Level Tryouts for the 2013-2014 season
For Information - (Click Here)

Program Q&A - (Click Here)

Florida Cup Champions

Congratulations to our JFC U14 Boys & Coach Tommy for being crowned Florida Cup Champions. With this achievement comes a birth to the National Cup in Aurora Colorado this summer.  We are very proud of the boys and wish them best at National Cup.

We'd also like to congratulate our Region Cup Champions JFC U12 Elite Girls as they were crowned finalists in the U12 age bracket of Florida Cup. 
Great Job Girls! 

 

Road to Regionals

Our JFC 98/99 Elite girls will be representing Florida at the Southern Regional Championships in Oklahoma City , OK June 20-27. The girls went undefeated in both State Cup and the Region 3 Premier League this year earning their spot in the tournament. The team faces a tough challenge in group play being paired with Tophat 17 Gold out of Georgia, Tulsa Blitz 99 white out of Oklahoma , and Classics Elite 99 out of South Texas.

You can follow the ladies as they compete for their first Regional Championship.

Schedules & Scores

 


JFC U14 Elite Girls State Cup Champions

Congratulations to our JFC U14 Girls Elite for winning FYSA’s U14 State Cup. This is the second championship earned this season by the team. The girls will set their sites now on USYSA Regional Championships this summer in Oklahoma.

Congrats goes out to our JFC U13 Elite Girls for earning a spot in the final four. They fell short in their semi-final game vs. OCYS losing 1-0.


Congrats to our JFC U13 Elite & JFC U14 Elite Girls teams for advancing to FYSA State Cup Final Four.

 

 


JFC U18 Boys Elite -  Round of 16 or Round 2(Still one game to play)

JFC U17 Boys Elite - Round of 16

JFC U14 Boys Elite - Round of 16

JFC U18 Girls Elite - Round 2

JFC U16 Girls Elite - Round of 16

JFC U14 Girls Elite - Round of 16

JFC U13 Girls Elite - Round of 16

Congrats to our advancing JFC teams in the Florida State Cup. Great Job!!!

 


Best of luck to all our Jacksonville FC teams at State Cup!!

(Schedules & Scores)

Road to Regionals

Our JFC 98/99 Elite girls will be representing Florida at the Southern Regional Championships in Oklahoma City , OK June 20-27. The girls went undefeated in both State Cup and the Region 3 Premier League this year earning their spot in the tournament. The team faces a tough challenge in group play being paired with Tophat 17 Gold out of Georgia, Tulsa Blitz 99 white out of Oklahoma , and Classics Elite 99 out of South Texas.

You can follow the ladies as they compete for their first Regional Championship.

Schedules & Scores

 


JFC U14 Elite Girls State Cup Champions

Congratulations to our JFC U14 Girls Elite for winning FYSA’s U14 State Cup. This is the second championship earned this season by the team. The girls will set their sites now on USYSA Regional Championships this summer in Oklahoma.

Congrats goes out to our JFC U13 Elite Girls for earning a spot in the final four. They fell short in their semi-final game vs. OCYS losing 1-0.


Congrats to our JFC U13 Elite & JFC U14 Elite Girls teams for advancing to FYSA State Cup Final Four.

 

 


JFC U18 Boys Elite -  Round of 16 or Round 2(Still one game to play)

JFC U17 Boys Elite - Round of 16

JFC U14 Boys Elite - Round of 16

JFC U18 Girls Elite - Round 2

JFC U16 Girls Elite - Round of 16

JFC U14 Girls Elite - Round of 16

JFC U13 Girls Elite - Round of 16

Congrats to our advancing JFC teams in the Florida State Cup. Great Job!!!

 


Best of luck to all our Jacksonville FC teams at State Cup!!

(Schedules & Scores)

2013 Jefferson Cup Champions

Congrats to coach Mike Walker & our JFC U13 Girls Elite for winning the prestigious Jefferson Cup tournament this past weekend in Richmond, VA.  Great Job!

JFC U14 Elite Girls Win FPL & Qualify To Defend " National Cup" Title

Congratulations to Coach Walker and Our JFC U14 Elite Girls For Winning the Florida Premier League & Qualifying to Defend their
2012 "National Cup Title"

 

US Women's National Team Trains At JFC

JFC was proud to host the US Women’s National team all week before their game against Scotland in February, 2013.

JFC players got to see first hand how the best in the world train and got some special pictures.

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US Soccer Federation Market Training Games (Girls) at JFC

National Training Center Games

1996-97 and 1998, 1999, 2000

Field Address:
Patton Park 2850 Hodges Blvd.
Jacksonville, FL 32224
www.jfcsoccer.com
 
March 2, 2013

Teams:

SE1 and SE2         Georgia, Tennessee, S. Carolina and Alabama mix

FLS                             Florida South of Orlando

      FLN                            Tampa across to Jacksonville

All games 30 minute halves with 10 minute halftime
 
12:00 – 12:45    All GK’s report to Field for GK training with National Team GK Coaches

Field 1                                                         Field 2

1:00 PM                 98-00     SE1 vs FLS                                98-00     SE2 vs FLN

2:15 PM                 96-97     SE1 vs FLS                                96-97     SE2 vs FLN

3:30 PM                 98-00     SE2 vs FLS                                98-00     SE1 vs FLN

                                                 4:45 PM                 96-97     SE2 vs FLS                                96-97     SE1 vs FLN                                                 

Area boys soccer players,

Area boys soccer players, coaches honored with state awards
By The Times-Union

Two boys soccer players and their coaches have been recognized as the best in the state in their classifications by the Florida Dairy Farmers.

Bolles senior midfielder Jay Bolt was selected as the Class 2A player of the year, and Ponte Vedra senior goalkeeper Kevin Shields was voted player of the year in Class 3A. Bolt, a UNF signee, finished with 16 goals and 26 assists for the state champion Bulldogs. Shields (Lynn), who allowed only one goal in the playoffs for the state champion Sharks, finished with 146 saves and a 0.38 GAA.

Bolles coach Jim Lieb (2A) and Ponte Vedra coach Daniel Villarreal (3A) were named coaches of the year in their respective classes.

JFC is extremely poud and excited for Jay!!!!!!

National Signing Day 2013

JFC Players who have committed

ELEVEN JFC Teams Advance to the Round of 16 in Regional Cup

Regional Cup is a tournament that includes teams from North Florida to Space Coast to Orlando. The tournament is for U11 and older teams and runs over multiple weekends requiring teams to advance from round to round. Congratulations to the following JFC teams who advanced to the Round of 16 teams in the Regional Cup Tournament.

JFC U14 Girls Select

JFC U13 Girls Premier

JFC U12 Girls Elite (playing up to U13)

JFC U12 Girls Premier

JFC U11 Girls Elite

JFC U11 Girls Premier

JFC U14 Boys Select

JFC U12 Boys Elite (playing up to U13)

JFC U12 Boys Premier

JFC U11 Boys Elite

JFC U11 Boys Premier

Good luck to teams in the next round which will be held at multiple sites on Feb. 23, 24.

JFC U13 Elite Heading to Colorado

Congratulations to our JFC U13 Elite Girls & Coach Mike Walker for winning the Florida Premier League and qualifying for the US Club National Championship in Colorado this summer.

JFC Player ODP Selections - 1999, 2000

The main goal of the Florida Youth Soccer Association Olympic Developmental Program is to identify players for our men’s and women’s Youth National Teams.  The selection process takes place through state, regional and national trials.  The program also factors into the college recruiting process. Selection for 1996-1998 are in the spring, 2013.

 1999 Girls ODP Alabama Camp      
 Leila Azari  JFC U14 Girls Elite           
 Mikaela Mcgee  JFC U14 Girls Elite
 Madison Murnin  JFC U14 Girls Elite
 Katie Ralys  JFC U14 Girls Elite
 Jackie Schaeffer  JFC U14 Girls Elite
 Natalie White  JFC U14 Girls Elite
 2000 Girls ODP Alabama Camp      
 Trinity Bailey  JFC U13 Girls Elite
 Aunikah King  JFC U13 Girls Elite
 Erika Middleton  JFC U14 Girls Elite
 2000 Girls ODP Florida Camp        
 Naja Ashman  JFC U13 Girls Elite
 Claire Cywes  JFC U12 Girls Elite
 Abi Pohl  JFC U12 Girls Elite
 Sarah Skala  JFC U12 Girls Elite
 Torrie Taylor  JFC U12 Girls Elite
 2000 Boys ODP Alabama Camp     
 Alejandro Pereira  JFC U14 Boys Elite

 

US Soccer Marketing Training Center at JFC - Jan.& Feb., 2013

US Soccer representatives were at Patton Park for boys in January, 2013 and for girls in February, 2013.

Players from JFC and surrounding area were invited to attend for both BOYS and GIRLS.

US Soccer will be selecting players to attend US Soccer training centers.

U.S. Soccer Training Centers are single day, invitational training sessions run by U.S. Soccer staff for elite players in key soccer markets. Training Centers are open to the top players from any team, club or organization at no cost to the player. The purpose of the Training Center program is to identify the best players for the U.S. Soccer Youth National Team program.

JFC is proud to have multiple players who have been invited to US Soccer training centers.

JUFC Tryouts

Jacksonville United - National Professional Soccer League Tryouts

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JFC Winter Center Of Excellence

JFC Winter Center Of Excellence- (Winter Program)

Jacksonville FC is proud to announce the JFC Center of Excellence. This program will offer all JFC registered players (ages U12 & Up) the oportunity to maintain and improve their technical ability during the "off season". The training will have a heavy concentration of technical skills work, with each week focusing on a different aspect of the game. Each session will end in a 4v4 game format.

Dates: Wednesday Nights
12/11, 12/18, 1/8, 1/15, 1/22, 1/29
Time: 6-7:30
Cost: $80

For questions about the Center of Excellence email Pat Cannon @ Pat@jfcsoccer.com

Register - Click Here

Danielle Gordon - Region III ODP Region Team Selection

Congratulations to Danielle Gordon(JFC U14 Elite Team) for being selected to the Region III ODP regional team(98 age group). She will be traveling to Costa Rica to play in a international tournament from February 14-21st. On behalf of JFC’s staff, coaches and members we’d like to congratulate her on being recognized for her talents and best of luck at the tournament. 

Schaefer & Ralys Participate at US Club Soccer National Id2 Camp

JFC Elite U14 girls Jackie Schaefer(Left) & Katie Ralys(right) were selected to participate in US Club Soccer National Id2 camp in Portland Conn on Oct 11-14th. Congratulations to both these outstanding ladies for being recognized for their talents.

JFC U13 & U14 Girls Premier Savannah Cup Champs 2012

Adidas Savannah Cup Champions

                       

JFC U14 Girls Premier

      JFC U13 Girls Premier 

JFC Supports Breast Cancer Awareness


 

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JFC Teams Find Pre-Season Success At Disney

 Congratulations to our following JFC teams for their recent pre-season success at Disney .

JFC U14 Elite Boys - Semifinalists

JFC U13 Elite Boys - Semifinalists

JFC U13 Elite Girls - Finalists

Jacksonville FC Girls Crowned National Cup Champions

 Congratulations to our Jacksonville FC U13 Girls & Coach Walker on being crowned US Club Soccer National Cup Champions

 National Cup Website