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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

Tennessee Soccer Club extends a big thank-you to Makayla Stone for her design of October's "Pink Out" t-shirt to support Breast Cancer Awareness. They look great!

Over the next several weeks, you will see many players donning the shirts on and off the field.

"NextLevelWCSA" provides advanced training

 

Tennessee Soccer Club has partnered with Williamson County Soccer Association to provide advanced training for recreational players looking to add more opportunities beyond their weekly practices and games. The program is coached by Tennessee SC licensed professionals.

Tennessee SC Executive Director of Coaching, Stuart Brown, and WCSA Player Development Director, Derek Spirk, came together to create a foundational program for players looking to increase their foot skills and confidence on the ball. Working together to create a program to meet the needs of WCSA players was critical in providing a value to participants. Both organizations are looking forward to working together in the future.

"Our club is continually looking to be part of the fabric of the soccer community," says Tennessee SC Executive Director, Kevin Burk. "This is a great opportunity for our club and staff to work with local recreational soccer organizations such as WCSA. WCSA is one of the most reputable and established programs with over 20 years of operations. We are eager to work alongside WCSA and support the families in Williamson County by providing professionally qualified coaches in a fun atmosphere for youth players."

Do you know a WCSA family? Click here for details about the program, which started September 23.

About Tennessee SC: Operating under the auspices of the Tennessee State Soccer Association (TSSA, an affiliate of the United States Youth Soccer Association – USYSA), the Tennessee Soccer Club administers a select soccer program which provides a format for the youth player wishing to receive advanced soccer training and competition.Through participation in the Tennessee Soccer Club, players will be given the opportunity to improve their individual and team soccer skills, compete against other skilled players, be eligible for the state, regional, and national Olympic Development Programs (ODP), and improve their chances of playing for their middle school, high school, and college soccer teams.

About WCSA: Williamson County Soccer Association is a non-profit organization that offers both indoor and outdoor leagues for players ranging from age 4 to 19. All our programs are recreational, allowing players to improve their skills in a fun, positive environment designed to encourage their confidence and love of the game while learning sportsmanship and team-building. In the outdoor leagues, scores are not kept until the U9 division, and all players U10 and younger receive a participation trophy.

New Tennessee SC Merchandise Available

09/16/2014, 9:45pm CDT
By SH

See new items at the Battleground tournament merchandise tents

How Parents Can Be Mentally Tough, Mastering the Mundane

 

Tennessee Soccer Club's Executive Director, Kevin Burk, recently had two articles published on the NSCAA website:

"Tennessee Soccer Club: How Parents Can Be Mentally Tough"

"Mastering the Mundane Separates the 'Good' from the 'Great'"

From the intros of the articles: The Tennessee Soccer Club (TSC) contributed the following article for NSCAA.com to share with the coaching community. TSC joined as the NSCAA’s 75th Member Club earlier in 2014. By signing up their entire coaching staff for individual membership all Tennessee SC coaches will have access to the Online Resource Library, the Soccer Journal and other exclusive NSCAA benefits.

Performance Director provides how-to video and document

Stacey Daniels, Tennessee SC's Performance Director, explains a 5-minute warm-down for Academy teams (U7-U12) in a video with an accompanying document describing the benefits of performing a warm-down. The materials also take coaches and players through a step-by-step instruction of each of the exercises (pictures included). Proper warm-up exercises are an important piece to start to set early habits and correct mobility and postural positions. In completing the warm-down, players will start to notice better body awareness and balance and become more coordinated athletes.

In Memory of

Michael Reilly McGuire

February 5, 1996 - August 22, 2014

Obituary

 

Michael Reilly McGuire, 18, of Bartlett, TN, passed away Friday, August 22, 2014, after a brief illness. He was on a soccer scholarship to Belmont Abbey College in NC. His homegoing celebration will be 6 pm Thursday, August 28, at Bartlett Baptist Church, with visitation beginning at 4. Private burial will be Friday, August 29. 

 

He was born in Amarillo, TX, on February 5, 1996, to Jeff and Donna McGuire. He is also survived by his sisters, Abby and Nikki McGuire, and his brother, Jeffrey (Boomer) McGuire, his grandparents Mike and Pat Ford of Bartlett, grandmother Cheryl McGuire of Albuquerque, his great-grandmother Lois Daniels, and his large extended family, coaches, and beloved friends.

Michael played soccer for Collierville Lobos, Tennessee Soccer Club, and the Tennessee ODP. He was also a 4-year varsity starter at St. Benedict at Auburndale, where he was voted captain, All-Metro, and Defensive MVP. He was a 4-year scholar athlete and a member of National Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta, and Rho Kappa, and also served as a Senior Retreat Leader. 

 

He has volunteered his time with TOPsoccer, at the soup kitchen, Race for the Cure, and as a rec leader in the children's department of Bartlett Baptist Church each summer. 

In lieu of flowers, an account has been set up to assist the family with expenses. Checks should be made payable to: Michael McGuire Fund

Deposits will be accepted at any BankTennessee location or mailed to

BankTennessee

2915 Forest Hill Irene Road

Germantown, TN 38139

Any questions can be directed to tjacobs2@att.net

 

 

Arrangements under the direction of Memphis Funeral Home and Memorial Gardens, Bartlett, TN.