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5:00 pm-9:00 pm upstairs next to Court #1

The Tennessee SC Merchandise Committee will host its Winter Sale December 1-4 at the Franklin Field House, 5:00 pm-9:00 pm each night. Follow the Tennessee Soccer Club signs to the conference room upstairs.

Come check out our Contest Winning T-Shirt designs, Polar Bottles, Women's Burnout T-shirts, flannel pajama pants, Nike knit caps, fleece blankets and much more.

Tennessee Soccer Club items make great Christmas gifts!

Franklin Field House is located at 1850 General George Patton Drive, Franklin, Tennessee.

If you have any questions, please email fanwear@tennesseesoccerclub.org.

T-Shirt Design Contest Winners Announced

11/23/2014, 7:45pm CST

Congratulations to Bryce Gordon and Emma and Mac Petty


The Merchandise Committee would like to congratulate Bryce Gordon and Emma and Mac Petty for their winning designs in our T-shirt Contest. We had many great entries, and the committee had a difficult time deciding. Thanks to everyone who submitted designs.

The "Stick Kids" shirt was designed by Bryce Gordon. Bryce is on the Tennessee SC 05 Premier South Academy. This design is featured on the back of a royal blue t-shirt. The Tennessee Soccer Club shield is printed on the front left chest.

The "Train Harder" shirt was designed by Emma and Mac Petty. Emma is on Tennessee SC 19 and Mac plays for Tennessee SC 06 Premier North Academy. Their design features the full color Tennessee Soccer Club shield on the front of a white shirt and the words "Train Harder, Run Faster, Play Stronger" across the back.

Please join us in congratulating Bryce, Emma, and Mac. Great Job!!

These t-shirts will be available for purchase during our Winter Merchandise Sale at the Franklin Field House December 1-4, 5:00 pm–9:00 pm.

A special thanks to all who purchased this year’s Pink Out T-shirts, Makayla Stone (2020 Elite) for the Pink Out design, our managers for collecting team orders, and the merchandise committee for consolidating orders, and organizing and distributing the shirts. This was truly a group effort! Tennessee Breast Cancer Coalition Director of Fund Development, Megan Wingo was thrilled to receive the donation on behalf of TBCC. Merchandise Committee Chairman Lea Ann Sexton stated, “Tennessee Soccer Club is pleased to be able to help women in the state that are battling breast cancer and need additional help to get through a very traumatic time. We are proud to be associated with a club that gives back to the community.”

The Tennessee Breast Cancer Coalition was founded in 1995 to increase awareness of breast cancer issues to men and women in Tennessee. Our efforts have led us to a vast number of accomplishments and the ability to provide assistance for breast cancer patients across Tennessee.

For more information on the Tennessee Breast Cancer Coalition, please go to www.tbcc.org.

Thank you Tennessee SC for your support of Breast Cancer Awareness!

Tennessee Soccer Club once again proudly represented itself at the Tennessee State Soccer Association Boys State Cup this past weekend in Murfreesboro. The competition started off Friday night and lasted through Sunday afternoon. Once again the club kept with tradition and established itself as the premier club in the area resulting in the largest amount of participating teams to advance to the final weekend.

"The State Cup is a culmination of all the hard work put forth by players and coaches over the past 4 months and for some previous years.  Additionally, it allows us to measure and set benchmarks for our overall club curriculum, vision and competitive development", said Executive Director of Coaching Stuart Brown


Boys Team




Tennessee SC 19


Finalist (pks)

Earle Davidson

Tennessee SC 19 Elite



Gift Ndam

Tennessee SC 19 Select



Alex Quintana

Tennessee SC 18



Kyle Roelke

Tennessee SC 18 Premier



Andy Stone

Tennessee SC 16



Sandy Pollock

Tennessee SC Elite



Brian Feyes

Tennessee SC 15



Kenny Heckman

Tennessee SC 15 Premier



Jason Mann


"On behalf of our Older Boys Director Sandy Pollock, Boys Assistant DOC Alan O’Connor, and the entire coaching staff and membership, I’d like to congratulate all these young men on a great fall season, State Cup and their commitment to Tennessee Soccer Club. ~ Thank you!"

For additional information regarding State Cup and our results, please go to: http://www.tnsoccer.org/2014_fall_state_championships/

This weekend, Tennessee SC has nine boys teams competing in the Tennessee State Championships in Murfreesboro. Unfortunately, LTC Fred Dela Cruz will not be there in person to support his son, Daniel, and the U15 Premier Boys team.

Recently, Fred was deployed by the US Army to the West African country of Liberia to help with the ongoing Ebola effort.

Shortly before he left, the families of the team gave Fred a special engraved pen as a thank you gift for his service to our country.

In a poignant and inspiring message to the team, Fred said, "I want to tell you how lucky each and every one of you are to have awesome parents who have enabled you to play soccer and a great soccer coach who takes time out of his busy schedule to coach soccer. A majority of the boys here in this country do not enjoy what you do. What I have received from you is a precious gift. All I can say to you in thanks is this: never quit. It can be the difference to change the tide of a game. No matter what happens - win or lose - be the champions you are destined to be. You are our future and can make a difference. Good luck in your search for a state championship!"

All our thoughts and best wishes are with wife, Becky, and son, Daniel, while Fred is away serving in Liberia. We all wish Fred a safe deployment.

- Coach Andy Stone, Tennessee SC 18 Premier

Congratulations to Tennessee Soccer Club's own Mike Burgoyne, who was honored as this year's Boys Soccer Coach of the Year by the Tennessee Secondary Schools Athletic Association (TSSAA). Coach Burgoyne is the head coach at Franklin High School where he has led the school to two state championships.

Burgoyne has been a long-time coach at Tennessee Soccer Club and before that Tennessee Futbol Club (which merged in 2012 to form Tennessee SC). In recent seasons, he has been leading youth development efforts as Head Coach of the boys and girls U8 South Academy.

See Coach Mike Burgoyne's bio.

Read the article in Williamson County School's inFocus magazine here.

To Lead U12-U14 Boys

To Lead U12-U14 Girls

The Tennessee SC Board of Directors were challenged by the 05 Girls (U10) with the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. Download the video below. The girls went on to raise $250 dollars towards ALS.

Tennessee Soccer Club has agreed to terms with Lee Company for naming rights of field space located at 214 Gothic Ct in Franklin, TN. In addition, Lee Company’s presence will extend into other club programs including Tennessee SC’s fall and spring tournaments.

With the consistent growth to the area and rising interest in select soccer, the field naming rights deal is part of the club’s plan to provide the best resources for players and coaches. Lee Company Field will be utilized year-round for both winter and summer events.

Gerry Vance, Executive Vice President of Lee Company notes: “Team sports can be such an effective vehicle for developing the minds, bodies, and social skills of our children. One of my favorite quotes is from legendary college basketball coach John Wooden, who said: ‘Sports do not build character. They reveal it.’ “

“Tennessee Soccer Club fosters an environment that reinforces this concept and helps to prepare young people for the real world ahead of them,” says Vance. “In our 70th year of service to the community, Lee Company is proud to support the athletes and families of Tennessee SC.”

“This is an important partnership for so many reasons,” Executive Director Kevin Burk said. “It exhibits the values of our club to serve as a bridge and a connection between our membership and the local business community.

In addition to directly impacting the players and coaches in the club, the partnership will provide Tennessee SC membership a great resource for their personal home and commercial business needs. In 2014, The Tennessean awarded Lee Company as one of Tennessee’s Top Workplaces and they also received the Special Award for Ethics.

“In this matter we asked: How do we make naming rights to a field more than just athletics?” Kevin Burk said. “Our club needs to extend the reach across the community so the legacy is more than just a name. Aligning our club with Lee Company brings another organization into our club that strives for excellence that aligns with our club’s vision and mission”.

About Tennessee Soccer Club
Tennessee Soccer Club administers a select soccer program in Williamson County that provides a format for the youth player wishing to receive advanced soccer training and competition.

About Lee Company
A family-owned business since 1944, Lee Company is a trusted provider of comprehensive solutions and services for businesses and homes. They take pride in delivering the highest level of expertise in heating, air conditioning, plumbing, and electrical for their customers.

In addition to the awards mentioned above, Lee Company was recognized as 2014 Subcontractor of the Year by the Associated General Contractors of America, and has been awarded the Angie’s List Super Service Provider title each year since 2008.

Please visit their website at www.leecompany.com