Tennessee Soccer Club kicks off the summer with a Camp Schedule that includes a partnership with Williamson County Soccer Association. In an effort to be a full-service youth soccer club TSC and WCSA offer Camps and Academies to provide players additional opportunities to enhance their soccer skills and knowledge. Each camp and academy will have a specific focus and with the overall goal of providing a safe, fun and competitive environment for youth soccer players to develop. All camp curriculums will focus on all aspects of the game for campers specific levels of play. Each day will consist of specific topics, individual technical training, group training and games which are all designed to prepare each player for the upcoming season. If you aren't sure which camp or academy is appropriate for your player please contact Tennessee Soccer Club Director of Camps, Alan O’Connor by emailing email@example.com.
Come to the Franklin Field House (upstairs at the Tennessee SC offices) on February 4th to purchase your very own Tennessee SC sideline chairs, perfect for spectators and Executive Directors of Coaching!
The chairs cost $30 each or two for $50. They and other club merchandise will be on sale from 5:00-8:45 pm.
Tennessee Soccer Club joins Cincinnati United Premier and Indiana Elite as the three new teams added to the USL's Super-20 League.
The Super-20 League is the longest standing and most sophisticated U20 men’s North American amateur league. It provides the platform for top 17- to 20-year-olds in the United States and Canada to compete at the elite level. While serving as a reserve team system for many PDL teams, the USL Super-20 League features teams competing in regional divisions, playing in 8-10 regular season matches throughout the summer months.
"I couldn’t be more excited about the direction that USL (United State Soccer League) has taken by accepting Tennessee Soccer Club to be the representing club for the region. The direction of soccer in the United States has placed the USL and its affiliated division directly in line with US Soccer Developmental Academy and the MLS. Opportunities like this continue to demonstrate the strength of Tennessee Soccer Club on a National Level." - Stuart Brown, Executive Director of Coaching, Tennessee SC
College ID Camps are events specifically catered to high school aged student-athletes who want to showcase their talents for college coaches in attendance. In these camps, student-athletes are evaluated and/or trained by college coaches, from various NCAA divisional levels. Each coach will be provided with a player profile book, giving them direct access to your contact information. Don’t miss out on your chance to put your best foot forward, and to possibly impress your future college soccer coach.
6-8 PM on the fields
9-11:30 AM on the fields
1-2 PM Q&A
3-5 PM on the fields
Questions: Contact Earle Davidson, firstname.lastname@example.org
To register: Click here
When: February 6 & 7, 2015
Where: 1875 Downs Boulevard, Franklin, TN 37209
Tennessee SC U17 Girls began 2015 on a positive note at the Disney Showcase Soccer Tournament, as the team was crowned tournament champions on Saturday, January 3. The U17s earned the finals win over SDFC Liberty out of New Jersey in penalty kick shootout, 5-3, after both teams ended regulation and extra time deadlocked at 0-0. The team went 4-0 over the weekend scoring 13 goals and conceding just one.
The event is hosted anually at the Wide World of Sports Complex in Orlando, Florida from Saturday, December 27, through Saturday, January, and is one of the largest soccer showcase events in the country. Tennessee Soccer Club had for boys’ teams and three girls’ teams participating in games throughout the week.
“Our teams played well in all games against quality competition from all over the country,” commented Executive Director of Coaching Stuart Brown. “It was a great weekend for the boys and girls with exposure to hundreds of college coaches in attendance.”
“It's events like Disney that not only set us apart from others but allows us the ability to showcase our players in the right environment which is extremely important for all of our older players.”
The Super Y League today announced the addition of 21 clubs, including Tennessee Soccer Club, to the league for the 2015 season. The new additions, which will add more than 75 teams to the SYL overall, will strengthen the league in all of its current regions, both in the United States and Canada, as it looks to build on the successful completion of its 16th season at the SYL North American Finals at IMG Academy earlier this month.
“Each of these clubs which have been offered admittance into the Super Y League for 2015 will strengthen our divisions and enhance the quality of competition on the field for all of our current members,” said Gordon Bengtson, Director of Youth League Development & Growth. “We look forward to continuing to expand and develop the league further in 2015, where we will grow in new territories to provide a first-class soccer experience for our clubs, and offer more youth players a clear pathway to the professional ranks.”
The Tennessee Soccer Club was founded by the merger of Tennessee Futbol Club (founded in 1999) and Brentwood Soccer Club (founded in 1985) and became an official club in June 2012.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.
“It’s always gratifying for any organizations to be recognized for their successes and commitment to their members and through the partnership with USL, Super Y League and Super-20s Tennessee Soccer Club has done just that. This opportunity to partner with a growing organization such as USL allows Tennessee Soccer Club to set themselves apart and continue to strive to provide the absolute best developmental opportunities for the region. I’d like to thank the USL, for the opportunity to be part of both the Super Y league, Super-20s, and other leagues. We look forward to future opportunities this presents and being proud representatives of the USL for many years to come.” - Stuart Brown, Executive Director of Coaching Tennessee Soccer Club
The Tennessee Soccer Club consists of around 120 boys and girls teams in single-age groups ranging from Under-8 to Under-18 years of age. The Tennessee Soccer Club is an independent non-profit organization run by its Board of Directors and its mission is to Foster a Love and Passion for soccer by developing players, supporting coaches, communicating with and appreciating parents, and positively impacting our community.
The Tennessee Soccer Club’s vision is to be an internationally recognized, community-centered soccer club that addresses all levels of soccer. “To be invited by the USL Super Y League, especially from among the quality programs in middle Tennessee, is a tremendous honor for our players, our coaches and our soccer operations staff. We set out a vision to provide opportunity at every level within our club and this is another partnership that will deliver on that commitment.” - David Kraus, Tennessee Soccer Club President
At the ODP Interregionals in Bradenton, Florida, last weekend, two Tennessee Soccer Club players were selected for the 98 All-Star team. Congratulations to U17s Danny Chavarria and Shakeem Adams, both midfielders, for their achievement.
Tennessee Soccer Club's Shakeem Adams, a U17 player, made a statement at ODP Interregionals by scoring twice in an exciting matchup between ODP 98 Region III and Region IV teams on Saturday:
"Region III took home a back-and-forth 4-2 victory over Region IV to move to second in the standings. Region IV started off in ideal fashion when Zach Maas scored in the first minute. Region III retaliated swiftly as Steven Saunders scored just six minutes later. Shakeem Adams scored in the tenth minute and Jerome Williams added another for Region III in the 24th minute. Region IV kept it close thanks to Milo Barton's goal in the 46th minute, which brought them within one, but Shakeem Adams eliminated any hope of a comeback with his second goal of the game in the 60th minute."
TENNESSE SOCCER CLUB Academy Boys U9, U11, U12 teams accepted an invitation to the Dallas Premier SuperCopa, one of the most competitive youth tournaments in the world. Only 24 teams receive a coveted spot in each age group for SuperCopa. The Dallas Premier SuperCopa provides the highest level of competition available in the United States for U9 - U12 boys’ teams. With both US based and International teams being invited, the Dallas Premier SuperCopa is providing not only the best competition, but the most diverse competition too.
The Dallas Premier SuperCopa tournament is without a doubt is the best tournament in the country for top level teams that want to have exposure to a professional environment. Playing against MLS Academy Teams and watching the pros at the MLS game was an experience of a lifetime for all our players and families. Just an amazing overall quality! --Jose Londono (TSC Boys Academy Director)
The Dallas Premier SuperCopa tournament takes place June 5-7, 2015, and will feature the strongest and most diverse boys’ field from U9 to U12 of any youth tournament in the country. All games are played at FC Dallas’ championship quality fields in the MoneyGram Soccer Park. The 138-acre, $31 million soccer facility plays host to the prestigious Dallas Cup for older age groups and the SuperCopa for younger age groups.
Read more in the Press Release below.
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.