FSC is administered by a Volunteer Board of Directors. FSC is a member of US Youth Soccer (USYS) and North Carolina Youth Soccer Association (NCYSA).
The FSC MISSION |
The Fayetteville Soccer Club’s Recreation program seeks to provide young people with opportunities to have fun while learning and developing their soccer abilities. Teamwork, sportsmanship and fair play are stressed. And in keeping with the North Carolina Youth Soccer Association’s recreation soccer philosophy, emphasis is placed on development of soccer skills, participation, sportsmanship and the enjoyment of the game rather then competition. Being a non-profit organization, FSC relies heavily upon volunteers and a volunteer Board of Directors. If you or anyone you know might be interested in helping FSC provide an enjoyable, learning experience for the youth of Cumberland County, please call us at 910-482-4313 or email us at email@example.com.
THE SOCCER YEAR |
U6-U18 Coed teams:
There are two playing seasons in the soccer year, fall and spring. Each child is expected to attend one training session and one game each week. Games are played on Saturdays. The first game of the fall season is the Saturday after Labor Day. The spring season begins at the end of February and ends in April. There are eight scheduled games for each season. All practices will be held at a recreation center or school that is close to your neighborhood if possible. Please keep in mind that if there are not enough players to sign up from your area, you may have to travel to a practice area that is not as close to your neighborhood as you would like. All games will be played at the Jordan Soccer Complex located at 445 Treetop Drive off of Ramsey Street.
U4-U5 Little Kickers
The Little Kicker program is for our youngest players. The players and parents meet once a week, on Saturday mornings, for an hour. The training is led by a licensed coach from the FSC staff and is assisted by some of the select team members. A different topic is introduced each week. These topics cover the basics of kicking, dribbling, passing and shooting. Body movement, body awareness, balance, and mobility are encouraged as well as activities that have a ball at every player's feet. The training session is for one hour. The first part of the session is spent on activities and instruction. The last part of the session is spent on six minute games. All players will participate in these games. The games will be 3v3 and there will be no player substitutions. The program is held for eight weeks at the Jordan Soccer Complex and coincides with recreation season. Fees include one hour of instruction per week, a t-shirt and a size three ball.
FEES and WHATS INCLUDED |
FSC is run by a full time staff of professionals ready to serve your needs in soccer. We have professional coaches with a wealth of experience spanning all levels of the game, who guide our program using the most up to date programs endorsed by USYS and NCYSA. Our volunteer coaches have online resources to help with practice sessions and we practice and play matches on some of the best soccer fields in the Cumberland County Region. Here is a list of what is included in your fees;
Registration to NCYSA
Secondary Insurance coverage
Access to sanctioned tournaments in the region
Field maintenance and Goals, nets, flags, anchors, sandbags and field marking
If you are interested in being a coach please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Refund requests must be submitted in writing to the club. There will be no refunds granted after the season begins.
In accordance with USYSA and NCYSA guidelines regarding the Recreational Division we are expressly prohibited from forming teams based on recruiting or building Recreation Division teams. FSC’s failure to comply may result in fines, penalties and/or suspension. So, we at FSC will try our best to meet your request, but it is not guaranteed.
It is mandatory for all players to wear shin guards. The entire surface of the shin guard must be covered at all times.
No jewelry of any kind may be worn. This includes earrings and metal or plastic hair clips. Players are required to wear their team uniform. Players are permitted to wear sweat suits under their uniforms during cold weather.