Rising U9 - U18 Girls - Tuesday, May 26, Thursday, May 28, Saturday, May 30
Rising U8 - U18 Boys - Wednesday, May 27, Friday, May 29, Saturday, May 30
Location: Patton Park
Eric Dade - Executive Director email@example.com
Sue Hofman - Youth Director of Coaching firstname.lastname@example.org
Pat Cannon - Boy's Director of Coaching email@example.com
Mike Walker - Girl's Director of Coaching firstname.lastname@example.org
ECNL & FPL Tryouts
ECNL & FPL Tryout Dates & Times:
Tuesday May, 19th 2015
Wednesday May, 20th 2015
Thursday May, 21st 2015
Location: @ Patton Park
JFC U17 Boy's - Florida Cup Champions
Congrats Boys and Coach Joey. Good luck at Nationals!!!!!!!
JFC Storm U16 Girls - "Heading back to Nationals" To Defend Title
40 of 96 Teams Punch Tickets to the 2015 US Youth Soccer National Championships in Tulsa, Okla.
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
*Qualified during final weekend in Las Vegas
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.
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 '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 Storm U13 Girls - Florida Premier League Champions
Florida Premier League Champions - "Heading To Nationals"
Congrats Ladies & Coach Mike!!!!!
Summer Indoor/Speed & Agility
After a very successful summer indoor & speed/agility program in 2014, we are pleased to offer the program again in 2015.
Click on logo for more information.
Note - this program is for the following players
Current JFC U6, U7 & U8 developmental players - rising U7, U8 and U9's
Current JFC U8 & U9 travel team players - rising U9 & U10's
Current JFC U10 & U11 select & blue travel team players - rising U11's and U12's
Note - the teams & ages below register for the Armada Development League - Summer Indoor 2015
Current JFC U10 - U17 boys elite & premier teams
Current JFC U10 - U12 girls elite & premier teams
Current JFC Storm & JFC Storm Elite U13 - U16 teams
Spring Tournament Successes
Tournament Success 2014-15
Congratulations JFC U12G Premier - West Pasco Junior Showcase FINALISTS in their first 11v11 tournament
Congratulations to JFC U9 Boys Elite, Premier & Select - Florida State Invitational CHAMPIONS 2015
JFC U10 Boys Select - Florida State Invitational CHAMPIONS
JFC U12 Boys Blue - Florida State Invitational FINALISTS
Congratulations JFC U19 Boys - Florida President's Cup CHAMPIONS
Congratulations to JFC Regional Cup FINAL FOUR Teams
JFC U19 Boys Premier - CHAMPIONS
JFC U13 Boys Premier - FINALISTS
JFC U11 Boys Elite - FINALISTS
JFC U11 Girls Elite - FINAL 4
JFC U12 Boys Elite - Charleston Battery CHAMPIONS 2015
March 14-15, 2015 - Regional Cup FINAL FOUR
JFC U9 Boys Premier
Golden Isles Challenge Finalists - March, 2015
JFC Storm U13 Girls Elite - CDL Champions 2015
JFC teams advance to round of 16 teams in Regional Cup tournament 2015
Congratulations to JFC teams who advanced to the Regional Cup tournament round of 16 teams.
JFC U12G elite
JFC U12G premier
JFC U11B elite
JFC U11B premier
JFC U11G elite
JFC U11G premier
JFC U10G elite
Congratulations to U13,14 JFC teams who advanced.
JFC U13 boys premier
JFC U13 boys select
JFC U13 girls select
JFC U14 boys select
JFC U14 girls select
JFC Storm U14 Girls Premier - Gator Showcase CHAMPIONS 2015
Savannah Boys Rule Tournament January, 2015
JFC U8 Boys Elite - CHAMPIONS
JFC U9 Boys Elite - FINALISTS
Savannah Girls Rock Tournament January, 2015
JFC U12 Girls Elite - CHAMPIONS U13
JFC U11 Girls Elite - FINALISTS
JFC U15 Boys Elite - GPS - Florida Pre-Season Classic CHAMPIONS
Ormond Beach January, 2015
JFC U12 Boys Premier - CHAMPIONS
JFC U12 Boys Select - CHAMPIONS
JFC U11 Boys Elite - CHAMPIONS
JFC U9 Girls Elite - CHAMPIONS
JFC U12G Select - Second Place
JFC U9B Select - FINALISTS
Disney Showcase 2014
JFC Storm U16G - CHAMPIONS
JFC Storm U18G - CHAMPIONS
JFC U18 Boys Elite - FINALISTS
JFC U17 Boys Elite - THIRD PLACE
JFC U12B '02 Boys represent the USA at Danone's Nations Cup in Brazil
Savannah Finale Tournament Dec. 2014
JFC U12 Girls Select - CHAMPIONS
JFC U11 Boys Select - CHAMPIONS
JFC U10 Girls Elite - CHAMPIONS
JFC U10 Boys Premier - CHAMPIONS
JFC U9 Boys Premier - CHAMPIONS
JFC U9 Boys Select - CHAMPIONS
JFC U11 Boys Blue - FINALISTS
Disney Junior Showcase Nov. 2014
JFC U11 Boys Elite - CHAMPIONS
PDA Fall Classic
JFC Storm U14 girls - CHAMPIONS
Orlando City Cup October 2014
JFC U13G Storm Elite - CHAMPIONS
JFC U12G Premier - CHAMPIONS
JFC U11G Elite - CHAMPIONS
JFC U9B Elite - CHAMPIONS
JFC U12G Elite - Finalists U13
JFC U9G Elite - Second Place (U10)
JFC U11G Select - Finalists
JFC U8B Elite - Finalists
PDA Tournament Oct. 2014
JFC U12G Select - Finalists
JFC Hosts the LABOR DAY SHOOTOUT 2014
It was a great weekend at JFC as JFC hosted over 240 teams at the JFC Labor Day Shootout 2014.
Congratulations to JFC teams
JFC U12G Elite - CHAMPIONS
JFC U12G Select - CHAMPIONS
JFC U12G Blue - CHAMPIONS
JFC U11G Elite - SECOND PLACE
JFC U10G Elite - CHAMPIONS
JFC U9G Elite - CHAMPIONS
JFC U11B Elite - CHAMPIONS
JFC U11B Premier - CHAMPIONS
JFC U11B Select - CHAMPIONS
JFC U10B Elite - FINALISTS
JFC U10B Select - FINALISTS
JFC U8B Elite - FINALISTS
Other JFC congratulations
JFC Storm U13G - CHAMPIONS
JFC Storm Elite U14G - FINALISTS
JFC U14G Select - CHAMPIONS
JFC Storm Elite U15G - CHAMPIONS
JFC U15G Premier - FINALISTS
JFC U15B Premier - CHAMPIONS
JFC U19 Boys PREMIER - CHAMPIONS
JFC Academy Start the Fall 2014 Season at Southeastern Cup
Congratulations JFC U12 Girls Elite - Champions in their first 11v11 tournament
Congratulations JFC U9 Boys Premier - CHAMPIONS
Congratulations JFC U11 Boys Premier - FINALISTS
JFC Teams do well at Disney Pre-Season Kick-Off 2014
JFC U12 '02 Boys Win Danone Cup
Congratulations & good luck representing the USA in Brazil at the Nations Cup in November