U-18 Boys tryouts Moved Indoor
2014 High School Boys Tryouts
Mored Details & Registration | Read More
Winter Academy Schedule
Check Dates & Location | Read More
FC Spokane Poker Tournament
Tickets Available | Read More
SPVJSA Rec Coaches Clinic
Free Clinic For Rec Coaches | Read More
FC Spokane Commit to PSPL and US Club Soccer
FC Spokane and 4 other local clubs commit future to PSPL | Read More
B-97 Black Wins US Club Northwest Regional
National Finals in COlorado
New Girls Goalkeeping Director
Coming Soon | Read More
FC Spokane Girls to play college soccer
Seven players sign letters to play | Read More
Congratulations to our FC Spokane players who are graduating to play college soccer. We wish the girls success and look forward to following their careers.
We have 4 girls staying local to play at the community colleges of Spokane and we hope to keep these four girls involved in our FC Spokane programs. Below from left to right: Emily Fejeran, Maya Anger, Jim Martinson (CCS Head Coach, Sydni Thomas, Sarah Marro.
Below from left to right: Hailey Baird, Taylor Lang, Kaylee Tate.
Below is the complete list of players moving on to play college soccer.
Emily Fejeran (Ferris HS) - Community Colleges of Spokane
Maya Anger (Central Valley HS) - Community Colleges of Spokane
Sydni Thomas (Central Valley HS) - Community Colleges of Spokane
Sarah Marro (West Valley HS) - Community Colleges of Spokane
Taylor Lang (University) - Central Washington University
Kaylee Tate (West Valley HS) - Columbia Basin College
Hailey Baird (Ferris HS) - Columbia Basin College
Congratulations to the three FC Spokane teams who competed in the 2013 Las Vegas Mayors Cup. All 3 teams competed well at this top class event in Las Vegas Nevada.
Our G-96 Black team competed against Las Vegas Premier of the ECNL losing 3-1, Colorado Edge Of Denver winning 3-2 and Current Michigan state Champions Vardar red
who also play ECNL playing to a draw 1-1. The G-96 Black team finished 2nd in their bracket.
Our G-96 White team drew three of their group play matches. 0-0 Vs. Colorado Storm and Nevada Wonders and 1-1 Vs. La Roca of Utah. They played a hard game and lost to Sherwood Park Phoenix of Canada. The G-96 White team showed well in a tough bracket.
Our B-97 Black team fresh from playing in the state cup semi final the weekend before started out with a loss to Sherwood Park Phoenix from Canada. Losing a game they dominated statistically but gave up a goal to lose 1-0. They followed up their loss with wins of 3-0, 1-0 and 5-0 against Elk Grove Everton of Canada, Westminster AFC of Colorado and Patterson YSA of Canada to setup a rematch of their opening game Vs. Sherwood Park Phoenix of Canada. The boys dominated the championship game and came out worthy 1-0 winners to bring home the championship.
Congratulations to our FC Spokane B-97 Black team for their great run in the Virginia Mason 2013 Washington State Championship Cup.
The boys topped last years quarter final result with a tremendous effort in the semi final match at Starfire Complex on February 9th versus a very strong Crossfire U15 Academy team. The boys held their own and looked dangerous throughout the match with several chances to score. Both Goalkeepers were in top form with FC Spokane only succumbing in the last seconds of stoppage time at the end of the game.
Congratulations on the outstanding effort boys. You commanded the attention from many people around the State with your tenacity and hard work.
To View The Bracket and group play results CLICK HERE
In our efforts to make sure everyone can plan for the year we have uploaded the tournaments we expect each of our teams to participate in. You can check out the tournament websites and get details of previous tournaments by clicking on the tournament links. The PDF file will show which teams will participate in each of the tournaments and can be used to help plan for the year.
You can download the complete list of tournaments our teams will do in 2013 by clicking the link to the PDF below.
2013 TEAM TOURNAMENTS QUICK INFORMATION LIST
|Las Vegas Mayors Cup||Las Vegas, NV||Feb 15-18||January 1st||$1000||CLICK HERE|
|Rainier Challenge Girls||Puyallup, WA||Jun 6-9||May 27th||$700||CLICK HERE|
|Rainier Challenge Boys||Puyallup, WA||Jun 13-16||June 3rd||$700||CLICK HERE|
|Olivia Chaffin Memorial||Spokane, WA||Jun 15-17||TBA||$525||CLICK HERE|
US Club National Cup XI Northwest Regional
|Redmond, WA||Jun 22-25||May 8th||
U-11,12 & 18 - $695
U-13 - U-17 - $895
|Nike Crossfire Challenge U-15 - U18||Redmond, WA||July 12-15||TBA||TBD||CLICK HERE|
|Nike Crossfire Challenge U-10 - U-14||Redmond, WA||July 19-22||TBA||TBD||CLICK HERE|
|US Club National Cup XII Finals (Qualify Only)||Aurora, CO||July 18-22||May 8th||N/A||CLICK HERE|
|US Club NPL Champions Cup||Aurora CO||July 18-22||N/A||N/A||CLICK HERE|
|River City Cup presented by FC Spokane||Spokane, WA||July 27-29||July 15th||
U-11 - $475
U-12 - U-18 - $550
|Northwest Cup Girls||Spokane, WA||Aug 9-11||TBA||TBD||CLICK HERE|
|Nike Mt. Hood Challenge U-15 - U-19||Portland, OR||Aug 9-11||June 1st||$695||CLICK HERE|
|Nike Mt. Hood Challenge U-9 - U-14||Portland, OR||Aug 16-18||June 1st||$695||CLICK HERE|
|Northwest Cup Boys||Spokane, WA||Aug 16-18||TBA||TBD||CLICK HERE|
|River City Challenge Presented by FC Spokane||Spokane, WA||Aug 25-26||August 10th||
U-6 & U-7 - $175
U-8 & U-9 - $225
U-10 - $275
U-11 - $325
U-12 - U-14 - $450
|Pend Orielle Cup||Sandpoint, ID||Sep 13-15||TBA||TBD||CLICK HERE|
|Astroturf College Showcase||Tukwila, WA||Nov 21 - Dec 1||TBA||TBD||CLICK HERE|
6 FC Spokane Players Make State Teams After Boise Tryouts
6 players representing FC Spokane were selected to the Idaho Olympic Development State team at their respective age groups. Look for these players to continue to represent FC Spokane on a regional and national level at events around the country.
These talented players will now vie for spots on the Region IV team at various events over the upcoming year. Congratulations to all of the above players and good luck!
FC Spokane is happy to announce EPD tryouts through Washington Youth Soccer. Details can be found below and we encourage all of our premier players to consider trying out for these programs that will offer new opportunities to all of our players.
About Elite Player Development (EPD)
Each program that WYS currently run, including ODP, State Pool Training, etc. will still play an integral role in the WYS EPD training program as each individual program provides an important component in players' development. The EPD program will ensure that the best avenues for the development of Elite players here in Washington are created to provide the correct matriculation and education.
Through the EPD, WYS expect to develop more players who will have the technical and tactical skills combined with the creativity to compete at the highest levels. Washington Youth Soccer's / Sounders FC EPD program will develop hundreds of elite athletes across the state aged between 10-17 years old for both boys and girls from all sections of our community. The objective is to develop a precise learning environment for the education and progress of each and every selected player.
The programs under the EPD umbrella include:
- ODP Selected Events
- ODP Annual Programming
- Annual State Pool Training Program
- State pool training schedule for event preparation & development
- Local & Regional Elite Tournaments/College Showcases
- Strategically selected events
- Continued Professional Development of Staff
SPOKANE VALLEY, WASHINGTON
PREMIER AND SELECT SOCCER
Have you checked out the new FC Spokane website yet? lots of new content will be added over the coming week.... fb.me/1YqjC3P22
We had a lot of fun at our Auction dinner last night. Great entertainment and a wonderful way to raise money to... fb.me/Unnh5TcC
FC Spokane Auction Dinner is this Saturday March 1st. Doors open at 5:00PM. We have some really great items this... fb.me/3dQROf5n0
We have cancelled Academy for the evening due to the terrible road conditions. Please be safe out there. fb.me/6I3JoDYUQ
U-18 Boys Tryouts have been moved to the Spokane Soccer Center this evening due to the snow. Please share this... fb.me/6svKopejT