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Fargo Soccer Club: Fall 2016 Recreational Soccer Registration

Registration is open for for Fall 2016 Recreational Soccer for boys and girls from pre-k through 6th grade. You may register online. You may also purchase your uniform online if you don't already own a uniform. Every player must have a FSC uniform (jersey, socks, shorts). You may also purchase a custom FSC soccer ball.  Discounted Registration closes on July 15.  Registration closes completely on July 31.

Age Registration Guide  When registering, you must enter your child's 2016-2017 grade.  For example, a child entering 3rd grade this Fall will register as grade "3" in our Third grade program.  A child entering kindergarten this Fall will register as grade "0".  Children entering pre-school this Fall will register as either "-2" or "-1".

Fall soccer starts in late August and runs through September and possibly in to October.  We schedule 6 weeks of games and practices.  Please consider volunteering to coach or help out as a general volunteer.  Games are played on Saturdays and 1-2 Sunday afternoons.  Practices are held in neighborhood parks or fields once per week on weeknights.  Players are required to have a soccer ball, shin guards and water bottle.  Age groups may be combined if registration numbers warrant.

See the article on our website for more information on rec soccer.

Questions?  Contact Matt Noah at either or 701.866.1949.

 

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Fargo U15 Warriors - US Club Soccer Midwest Regional Champions

 

Fargo U15 Boys Warriors 

Midwest Regional Champions

Advanced to the National Championship in Denver July 22-25

Midwest Regional Results Posted Here

Back Row (L-R): Asst. Coach Gerry, Noah, James, Collin, Telvin, Cam, Ben, Drew, Luke Noah, Coach Matt Noah

Front Row (L-R):  Sawyer, Melvin, Enoch, Patrick, Taylor, Wasi, Owen, Dylan

Order of Finish in Premier Group:  (1) Fargo Warriors, (2) Ajax FC Chicago

(3) Sockers FC Nike, (4) Ohio Premier, (5) Roadrunners SC Premier,

(6) Chicago Alliance, (7) Dakota Alliance, (8) Campton United MDL

(9) Dakota Rev, (10) TC Storm

 

 


by posted 07/24/2016
Fargo Soccer Club: Fall 2016 Under-9 Soccer Registration

Registration is open for Fall 2016 Under-9 (U9) Competitive Soccer for boys and girls with birth dates from January 1, 2008 to December 31, 2010. You may register online.   Discounted registration ends July 15.  All registration ends July 31, 2016.

Please don't register for both U9 and recreational soccer.  Most U9 teams play in our rec league against older rec teams.  Learn more about U9 soccer at our FAQ.

U9 competitive soccer is an excellent time to experiment with the transition from recreational soccer to full-blown competitive soccer.  The schedule and traveling demands of U9 soccer is less than U10-U19 soccer.  Players who exhibit greater ability and ambition in recreational soccer are perfect candidates for competitive soccer.

Questions?  Contact Matt Noah at either matt@fargosoccer.org, or 701.866.1949

 

 


by posted 06/19/2016
Fargo Soccer: Fall 2016 Rec Soccer Registration is open

Registration is open for for Fall 2016 Recreational Soccer for boys and girls from pre-k through 6th grade. You may register online. You may also purchase your uniform online if you don't already own a uniform. Every player must have a FSC uniform (jersey, socks, shorts). You may also purchase a custom FSC soccer ball.  Discounted Registration closes on July 15.  Registration closes completely on July 31.

Age Registration Guide  When registering, you must enter your child's 2016-2017 grade.  For example, a child entering 3rd grade this Fall will register as grade "3" in our Third grade program.  A child entering kindergarten this Fall will register as grade "0".  Children entering pre-school this Fall will register as either "-2" or "-1".

Fall soccer starts in late August and runs through September and possibly in to October.  We schedule 6 weeks of games and practices.  Please consider volunteering to coach or help out as a general volunteer.  Games are played on Saturdays and 1-2 Sunday afternoons.  Practices are held in neighborhood parks or fields once per week on weeknights.  Players are required to have a soccer ball, shin guards and water bottle.  Age groups may be combined if registration numbers warrant.

See the article on our website for more information on rec soccer.

Questions?  Contact Matt Noah at either or 701.866.1949.

 


by posted 06/19/2016
NSC All-American Cup Champions

 

CHAMPIONS

June 10-12, 2016

(The only 3 teams from the 5 teams from our club eligible for championships at the tournament, won them)

NSC All-American Cup

 

Fargo U15 Menace Fargo U12 Griffins

Back Row Left to Right:  Marren, Anna, Madison, Nicole, Kaia, Tianna, Kylee, Coach Kelvin Daniels

Front Row Left to Right: Zetta, Brooke, Kendall, Ryanna, Emily, Vanessa, Kenzee

Menace 2,  Anoka 0     |     Menace 3, Bloomington 0     |     Menace 5, Bemidji 0    

Semi-Final:  Menace 3, West Fargo 0     |     Championship Game:  Menace 6, Anoka 4

Back Row Left to right:  Coach Matt Noah, Matthew, Ethan, Sameer, Gabe, Kayden, Asst. Coach Chris Colbert

Front Row Left to Right:  Asst. Coach Eric Saari, Alex, Nathan, Peter, Aiden, Joshua, Asst. Coach Dan Lupear (not pictured)

Griffins 5, Rochester 1    |    Griffins 4, St. Paul (REV E) 1     |     Griffins 5, Eagan (REV S) 0

Championship Game:  Griffins 3, Rochester 0

Fargo U15 Warriors

Back Row (Left to Right):  Taylor, Jonah, Drew, Enoch, Melvin, Owen, Telvin, Luke, Coach Matt Noah, Noah

Front Row (Left to Right):  Ben, Cameron, Wasi, Patrick, Dylan, Sawyer, Nobin

Warriors 4, Iowa City 0     |     Warriors 7, Bemidji 2     |     Warriors 10, Edina 0

Championship Game:  Warriors 4, Iowa City 0

With this championship, the Warriors have won 3 of 3 tournaments thus far this season:  Woodbury, Tonka Splash, NSC All-American Cup 

 


by posted 06/13/2016
Fargo Soccer Club: Tonka Splash Tournament

 

CHAMPIONS

June 4-5, 2016

Tonka Splash Tournament

 

Fargo U16 Warriors Fargo U12 Girls Pink Panthers

Left to right:  Jonah, Coach Matt Noah, Enoch, Luke, Patrick, Telvin, Tarek, Nobin, Abraham, Wasi, Jack, Taylor, Maxwell, Joseph, Cam, Owen, Melvin, Peter

Average age of Warriors roster:  U15.  The Warriors 17 goals scored was 1 more than the other 5 teams in the bracket combined (16).

Warriors 9, Rebels U16C1 0     |     Warriors 4, Tonka U15C1 0     |     Warriors 1, Tonka U16C1 2    

Championship Game:  Warriors 3, Tonka U16C1 0

Left to right:  Asst. Coach Gary Bailey, Coach Dan Lupear, Cate, Keyanna, Mila, Elli, Shayla, Mackenzie, Ella, Zoe, Brooke, Sidney, Asst. Coach Matt Frisk

Pink Panthers 4, Shakopee 0    |    Pink Panthers 5, Cottage Grove 1

Pink Panthers 6, Edina 2

Championship Game:  Pink Panthers 4, Park Valley United 1

Fargo U11 Girls Fire Fargo U10 Boys Gladiators

Back Row Left to right:  Coach Todd Metzger, Gracie, Jadie, Alivia, Michaela, Kaia, Aiden, Sylvia, Coach Annette Nesius

Front Row Left to Right:  Emma, Mia A, Halle, Ashlyn, Mia M, Olivia, Tayanna

Fire 7, Minneapolis 0     |     Fire 6, Burnsville 0     |     Fargo 1, Minnetonka 0

Championship Game:  Fire 3, Mankato 1

Back Row (Left to Right):  Coach Wade Berreth, Tyson, Luke, Jackson, Zach, Coach Gregg Rivard

Middle Row (Left to Right):  Zade, Adam, Reed

Front Row (Left to Right):  Lincoln, Aiden

Gladiators 7, Tonka U9 Maroon Heat 1     |     Gladiators 4, Tonka U10 Gold Spitfires 2

Gladiators 3, Waconia U10 Maroon 1 

 


by posted 06/05/2016
KC Invitational Soccer Champions

 

CHAMPIONS

May 28-29, 2016

KANSAS CITY INVITATIONAL

 

 

CHAMPS - U17 Boys Vipers

Front Row (left to right):  Dawson, Jack, Telvin, Olivier, Mo, Hunter, Hunter, Gabe, Max (not pictured), Christian (not pictured)

Back Row (left to right):  Coach Matt Noah, Abraham, Clay, Mike, Luke, Jared, Joe, Miguel, Jack, Head Coach Elliott Olsen, Asst. Coach Al Hager

Vipers 2, Los Halcones (Independence, MO) 0     Vipers 6, Real Kansas United (Manhattan, KS) 0

Vipers 3, KC United Rangers Orange 0     Vipers 2, Real Kansas United 0 (Championship)

 


by posted 06/01/2016
Fargo Soccer Club: Private Athletic Field Complex

SOUTH FARGO ATHLETIC COMPLEX

The Fargo Soccer Club is making plans to build a south-side athletic complex with soccer being a priority for scheduling.  The plan is a response to the absolute need of such a complex and the lack of initiative by the Fargo Park District and the Fargo School District to address a glaring need in the community.  State and local politicians have ignored this topic for decades.  Current plans are so far in to the future as to be useless for an entire generation of youth.  Most cities the size of Fargo and certainly most metro regions of our size have at least one, if not multiple facilities which include winter indoor facilities.  Examples include Sioux Falls and most every suburb of Minneapolis-St. Paul.  The benefits to local hotel, restaurants and other businesses is enormous as it could be a tournament hub in both winter and summer.

Minimum requirements:

+ 20 acres for at least 5 full-sized lighted soccer fields and lighted, paved parking

+ 1 enclosed, heated building for restrooms, meeting rooms, locker rooms

+ 1 soccer field which is completely artificial turf and can be enclosed during the winter

+ reasonable access to Fargo and West Fargo south of I-94

Preferred features:

+ 80 acres for at least 10 soccer fields and parking

+ 2 or more enclosed buildings

+ 2-4 artificial turf fields

+ designated fields for lacrosse, baseball/softball

Interested parties should contact Matt Noah at either matt@fargosoccer.org or 701.866.1949.  All correspondence will be kept confidential.  Those inidividuals and organizations interested in donating land, equipment, services or money are welcome.  Those organizations and individuals interested in collaborating to achieve this goal are also welcome.


by posted 04/23/2016
Fargo Soccer Club: Kennedy Field Map, Spring 2015
Fields 11-15 are U9/U10.  Fields 16 and 17 are U11/U12.  Field 18 is a combination of fields 16 and 17, U13 and older.

 

 


by posted 04/19/2016
Recreational (in-house) Soccer Information
Updated:  January 13, 2015

The Fargo Soccer Club offers two levels of soccer; recreational and competitive.  Recreational soccer is characterized by local play against teams within our club.  Competitive soccer is characterized by regional play against teams from other clubs.

1.  Can children from outside Fargo play on FSC teams?
Yes.  The FSC serves any child in North Dakota or Minnesota.  We focus primarily on Cass and Clay counties.

2.  What age groups play for the FSC?
For recreational soccer, we currently pre-school leagues through 6th grade leagues. 

3.  When do you play, i.e. what seasons?
The FSC recreational leagues play separate seasons in the Spring, Fall and Winter.  We separate our registrations for these 3 seasons so parents can choose Spring, Fall, Winter or any combination for their children.  Our Fall season runs approximately August 23 through October 10 and consists of 1 practice and 1 game per week for a total of 6 games.  Our Spring season runs approximately April 20 through June 20 and consists of 1 practice and 1 game per week for a total of 8-10 games.  We also offer winter indoor clinics and leagues.

4.  What are the costs?
All soccer players are required to have their own shin guards, ball and water bottle.  Shin guards range in price from $5 to $50.  Balls range in price from $10 to $150.  Generally, the lower priced equipment is more than sufficient, especially below the high school level.  Each player must have a uniform from the Fargo Soccer Club.  Recreational uniforms (reversible jersey, socks, shorts) are usually priced at $40/child and can be reused for any season.  Registration fees for recreational soccer are typically between $50 and $75 per season. 

5.  I don't know anything about soccer but I received an email about coaching my child's recreational team.  What should I do?
Coach!  If you have time, i.e. you don't travel extensively for work or you have to work late weeknights or Saturday afternoons, then you should consider coaching.  Especially at the pre-school or kindergarten level, soccer coaching is mostly about your attitude and teaching fundamentals.  If you can create a fun environment where each player can feel good about themselves, strive to be a good soccer player and have fun, then you are being a good coach.  If you motivate by yelling or browbeating, then don't coach.  The Club will provide with you training prior to the season.  Coaching is very rewarding.

6.  Will my child play as much as other kids on the team?
For recreational soccer, the answer is yes.  Each child should play equally and each child should play every position.  Some kids don't want to play goalkeeper and we don't force kids to play goalkeeper.

7.  Can I coach my child's team?
The FSC believes that parent coaches make the best coaches.  We monitor each team for fairness of playing time to address the common compliant that the coach's kid gets more playing time.  Frankly, parent coaches who know the rules on playing time are very good at following the rules.  Parent coaches are highly motivated to see their child's team succeed.  Parent coaches are more reliable than non-parent coaches.  Non-parent coaches typically have a much better soccer background and can provide superior skills demonstration and instruction.  That is why we try to pair up a parent coach with a younger, non-parent coach on our competitive teams.  For our recreational teams, coaching is currently exclusively done by parents.

8.  How do the FSC coaches differ from other coaches in the FM area?
Nearly all our recreational coaches have already undergone a 2-hour coaching education program before they step on the field with their team.  Recreational coaches at some of the other clubs do not enjoy this important benefit.  Many of our coaches are enrolling in extensive, i.e. 20-hour or 40-hour coaching education programs to enhance their expertise.  The club encourages this and pays for this.  This does not happen with most other clubs.

9.  How many kids does each coach have on their team?
For our pre-school and kindergarten teams, we usually have 2 coaches and 8 kids per team.  Therefore, the coaching ratio for our pre-K and Kindergarten teams is 4:1 or better for nearly all teams and there are no more than 8 players per team.  For other area clubs, the ratio is more like 8:1 to 16:1.  In a scenario where 1 coach is trying to coach 8-16 kids, personal attention by a coach is virtually non-existant.  For our older teams, we typically have 2 coaches for every 8-10 kids.

10.  How long are the three recreational seasons, Winter, Spring and Autumn?
The Spring season is 10 weeks in length.  The Autumn season is 6 weeks in length.  The other local clubs have a 5 week Spring season and a 6 week Autumn season.  Our Winter season is typically 6 weeks long.

11.  Can my child "play up" if I want them to do so?
The "play up" scenario happens when a child is a gifted soccer player who is not particularly challenged by playing with other children their age.  Unlike other local clubs we will gladly allow players to "play up" to the level of their ability.  However, in instances when we interplay recreationally with the local clubs, we may be required to only play kids with kids their own age.

12.  How do you form recreational soccer teams?
We generally try to form teams from neighborhoods or schools.  That makes practices more convenient.  We don't keep the same kids together on the same team every season because we want kids exposed to a variety of coaches and a variety of teammates.  We will attempt to honor one mutual friend request.  Siblings in the same age category are placed on the same team.  Relatives can be placed on the same team.  Special circumstances are considered.

13.  Do you offer scholarships?
Yes and no.  Technically, there is no such thing as a "scholarship" since scholarly work does not earn you something in soccer.  We have provided subsidies to disadvantaged children and we have worked with the Metro Youth Partnership (MYP) on subsidies.  It is for kids in grades K-12 in Fargo and West Fargo so that they can participate in fee-based activities of their choosing.  Moorhead does not have a program similar to MYP.  We find it difficult to keep up with changes to various programs.  Here are the websites of 2 local organizations who may provide a subsidy.
 

Metro Youth Partnership:  http://www.impactgiveback.org/nonprofit_profile?id=a0EA0000005Wq4OMAS

Venture Youth Alliance:  http://www.ventureyouthalliance.com/youth/resources.html

For more information on subsidies, contact Matt Noah at either or 701.282.9344.

14.  When are recreational soccer practices and games?
For spring
and fall soccer, practices are usually on weeknights after 5:30 pm.  Games are held on weekends in the Fall.  Games are held on weekends in the spring before Memorial Day.  After Memorial Day, games are on weeknights.  For winter, practices are on weeknights while games are on Saturdays.  Teams can pick their practice locations, day and times although coaches usually have a big say on the practice schedule.  Pre-k and kindergarten teams usually practice 30-45 minutes.  Older teams practice 45-60 minutes.

by posted 09/15/2009
All North Dakota and Minnesota Soccer Players Welcome

All North Dakota and Minnesota soccer players are welcome to join and play in the Fargo Soccer Club.  Our multi-affiliate status provides us with "borderless" opportunities for youth soccer players.  Our club consists of players from Fargo, West Fargo, Moorhead, Dilworth, Glyndon, Pelican Rapids, Georgetown, Argusville, Mapleton, Oxbow, Horace and the surrounding areas.  Full-time and guest players welcome.


by posted 02/17/2009
Recent Results
2016 Championships
    First Place
Brookings Fishback Tournament
    U10 Boys Avengers (U12 boys)
    U11 Girls Fire
    U10 Boys Gladiators (undefeated)
Detroit Lakes Rotary Cup
    U12 Boys Griffins
US Club Soccer Midwest Regional
    U15 Boys Warriors
Tri-City Tournament (Fargo)
    U10 Avengers (undefeated)
    U10 Gladiators (undefeated)
NSC All-American Cup
    U15 Girls Menace
    U15 Boys Warriors
    U12 Boys Griffins
Tonka Splash
    U16 Boys Warriors
    U12 Girls Pink Panthers
    U11 Girls Fire
    U10 Gladiators
Woodbury Summer Classic
    U15 Boys Warriors
    U13 Girls Strikers
NSC Spring Cup
    U10 Boys Gladiators
NW Kickers Tournament
    U9 Boys Underdogs
Minot Futsal Cup
    U17 Boys Vipers (U19)
    U17 Boys Vipers
    U15 Boys Warriors
    U15 Girls Menace
Shattuck 4v4 Express
    U16 Boys Warriors
Brookings Futsal Classic
    U15 Girls Menace (U16)
 
Second Place
Brookings Fishback Tournament
    U12 Girls Pink Panthers
Detroit Lakes Rotary Cup
    U11 GIrls Fire (U12 Division)
Tri-City Tournament (Fargo)
    U11 Girls Fire
    U11 Boys Rangers
NSC Spring Cup
    U12 Girls Pink Panthers
    U9 Girls Crickets
Minot Futsal Cup
    U14 Boys Vulcans
Shattuck 4v4 Express
    U14 Boys Vulcans
Brookings Futsal Classic
    U13 Girls Strikers
Bad Weather Policy

BAD WEATHER POLICY:  Check the website and email for game or practice postponements or cancelations.  Practices are made up at the discretion of the head coach.  We will play soccer except in these conditions:  (1) lightning, (2) heavy rain, (3) snow, (4) extreme winds and (5) extreme cold.

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Weather Cancellations

All practices for Monday, May 9 are canceled due to the weather.

US Soccer Concussion Overview
New USSF Guidelines Coming

The governing body of soccer in the United States has put forth dramatic changes to various aspects of youth soccer which will start to take place in 2017.  Read about all the changes here.

2015 Championships
    First Place
Fargo Good Cheer
    U17 Boys Vipers
    U17 Girls Fusion
    U16 Girls Menace
DASC Winter Games
    U16 Boys Warriors
NSC Kick-Or-Treat
    U10 Boys Avengers 
Woodbury Fall Classic
    U11 Girls Fire
    U9 Boys Mustangs (undefeated)
NSC Fall Cup
    U10 Boys Avengers (undefeated)
    U9 Girls Crickets (undefeated)
College Search Kick-Off
    U17 Boys Snipers (undefeated)
Brookings Fishback Classic
    U17 Girls Fusion
    U9 Boys Avengers
Detroit Lakes Rotary Cup
    U12 Girls "Pink Badgers"
    U10 Girls Fire
Grand Forks Tournament
    U17 Girls Fusion
    U16 Boys Vipers
    U14 Boys Warriors
    U11 Boys Griffins
    U11 Girls Honey Badgers
    U9 Boys Avengers
    U9 Girls Pistols/Hurricanes
Fargo Tri-City Tournament
    U19 Boys PR Tigers
    U14 Girls Menace
    U13 Girls Strikers
    U11 Girls Honey Badgers
    U9 Boys Avengers
    U9 Girls Hurricanes
Blaine North American Challenge
    U17 Girls Fusion
NSC All-American Cup
    U10 Girls Fire - undefeated
Tonka Splash
    U9 Boys Avengers - undefeated
    U9 Gladiators - undefeated
    U9 Boys Mustangs - undefeated
    U9 Girls Hurricanes - undefeated
Detroit Lakes 3v3
    U11 Girls Honey Badgers
    U9 Boys Mustangs
Shakopee Cup
    U9 Boys Avengers (maroon)
NSC Spring Cup
    U19 Boys Snipers
    U11 Girls Pink Panthers
    U9 Boys Mustangs
Shattuck 4v4 Express Indoor
    U9 Boys Avengers (U10 open)
Brainerd Blast Indoor
    U14 Girls Menace
Fargo Metro HS League
    Fargo HS Boys Buzz
 
Second Place
Fargo Good Cheer
    U15 Boys Warriors
    U12 Boys Griffins
    U12 Girls Pink Panthers
Grand Forks Tournament
    U15 Girls United (in U16 bracket)
Fargo Tri-City Tournament
    U16 Boys Vipers
    U15 Girls United
    U9 Boys Gladiators
NSC All-American Cup
    U11 Boys Griffins
Tonka Splash
    U16 Boys Vipers
    U14 Boys Warriors
    U15 Girls United (U16C1)
Woodbury Summer Classic
    U16 Boys Vipers
    U14 Girls Menace
    U13 Girls Strikers
NSC Spring Cup
    U11 Girls Honey Badgers
Shattuck 4v4 Express Indoor
    U19 Boys Snipers
NSC Four Score 4v4 Indoor
    U19 Boys Snipers
Fargo Metro HS League
    Fargo HS Girls Fizz
 
Consolation Champions
Shakopee Cup
    U11 Boys Griffins
NFL Admits Brain Disease Link

March 14, 2016.  The NFL admitted for the first time today that a link exists between concussions suffered while playing football and chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE); a form of brain disease.

He's your son.  Why take the chance?  Play soccer, run cross-crountry, go swimming.

Parents, Kids

Your child's success or lack of success in sports does not indicate what kind of parent you are.

But having an athlete that is coachable, respectful, a great teammate, mentally tough, resilient and tries their best IS a direct reflection of your parenting.

id2 Camp Photos, Videos

Owen Mears, Wasi Odegaard

Coach Matt Noah

National Team Try-Out

id2 Camp - March 26-29

Chula Vista, CA

YouTube Trip Videos

Photo Album

 

Sunrise, Sunset Times

Sunset Times

Good for practice planning!

2015 Tri-City Tournament

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Rules Violations at the Tri-City Tournament.

First Game - Awesome!
FSC in the Pros

FSC Players Who Turned Pro

Hector Trigueros, 12/2015

Cruz Azul Futbol Club

 

 

Brainerd Blast Champs

U14 Menace

 

April 11, 2015.  Indoor Tournament, Undefeated, U14 Bracket

Club Philosophy
HS Boys Indoor Champions

CHAMPIONS

The Fargo SC Buzz high school boys team won the 2014-2015 east region high school indoor regular season and playoff championship, finishing 5-1 in league play and winning both games in the playoffs.

Those pictured above are the only boys who could play in the championship game as all the Shanley boys were returning from a school function in D.C.  The boys won with 1 sub in the championship game.

id2 Camp Selectees

2010 - Mike Noah, Frisco, TX, 11/11-11/14, 1997/1998

2015 - Owen Mears, Wasi Odegaard, Chula Vista, CA, 3/26-3/29, 2002

2014 Championships
First Place
Tonka Splash
    U10 Girls Honey Badgers
    U10 Boys Griffins
    U9 Boys Avengers
    U9 Boys Gladiators
Fargo Tri-City Tournament
    U17 Girls Fusion
NSC Cup
    U9 Avengers
Grand Forks Tournament
    U17 Girls Fusion
    U16 Boys Snipers
    U10 Boys Griffins
Brainerd Indoor Tournament
   
U13 Girls Menace

Brookings Fishback Classic
    U10 Boys Griffins
    U9 Boys Avengers
Aberdeen Futsal Tournament
    U14 Girls Sheyenne United
    U13 Girls Menace
Prior Lake Fall Finisher
    U12 Girls Strikers
NSC Fall Cup
    U12 Boys Freeze
    U9 Boys Avengers
    U9 Boys Gladiators
Halloween Havoc
    U16 Boys Vipers

Second Place
Tonka Splash
    U14 Sheyenne United
    U13 Boys Warriors
    U12 Boys Flash
Fargo Tri-City Tournament
    U14 Girls Sheyenne United
MN US Club Cup
    U16 Boys Snipers
Brainerd Indoor Tournament                 U14 Girls Sheyenne United Brookings Futsal Tournament
   
 U13 Girls Menace (U14 bracket)
    U14 Girls Sheyenne United

Aberdeen Futsal Tournament
    U17 Girls Fusion (U19 bracket)
Halloween Havoc
    U14 Girls Menace

 

2013 Championships
First Place
Fargo Tri-City Tournament *
    U15 Boys Snipers (U16 bracket)
    U13 Girls Sheyenne United
    U12 Boys Warriors
    U11 Boys Flash
Detroit Lakes Tournament  **
    U14 Boys Marauders
    U12 Boys Warriors
    U16 Girls Mayhem
    U14 Girls Sheyenne United
Minnesota Summer Classic
    U15 Boys Snipers
NSC Cup
    U11 Boys Flash
Brookings Fishback Classic
    U13 Girls Sheyenne United
Woodbury Summer Classic
    U17 Boys PR Tigers
Watertown Indoor
    U15 Boys Snipers
Jamestown Indoor
    U12 Girls Rage

NSC Kick-Or-Treat
    U10 Girls Honey Badgers

 
Second Place
Minnesota Summer Classic
    U12 Boys Warriors
Tonka Splash
    U13 Sheyenne United
USA Cup Weekend
     U12 Boys Warriors
NSC Fall Cup
     U11 Girls Strikers
NSC Kick-Or-Treat
     U13 Boys Warriors

* Double the number of championships than any other club in the tournament.
** Quadruple the number of championiship than any other club in the tournament.
Soccer Is A Team Sport
Grand Forks Champs

CHAMPIONS

The U10 Boys Griffins went undefeated in Grand Forks, winning each game by a combined score of 20-3.  The boys won 3 of 5 tournaments in the summer of 2014, losing only two games.

The U17 Girls Fusion went undefeated in Grand Forks, beating TC Storm Black, Jamestown and Bonivital (Winnipeg).  The girls won 2 of 4 tournaments in the summer of 2014, also winning the Fargo Tri-City tournament.

Brainerd Champions
CHAMPIONS

 
 
The U13 Girls Menace won the Brainerd Ice-Breaker Indoor Tournament April 12, 2014.
Aberdeen Champions
CHAMPIONS

 
 
The U13 Girls Menace and U14 Girls Sheyenne United teams won the Hub City Futsal Classic U14 Girls A and B brackets of the Tournament March 7-9, 2014 in Aberdeen, SD.
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2012 Champions
Fargo Soccer Club teams entered 17 tournaments in Summer 2012.  We won 9.  We finished 2nd 5 times.  All 8 other FSC teams competed at U9 and U10 and were ineligible for tournament championships.

Champions
U12 Girls - Brainerd IceBreaker
U14 Boys - Dakota Rev-It-Up
U11 Boys - Coon Rapids
U14 Boys - Tonka Splash
U14 Boys - Detroit Lakes
U12 Girls - Detroit Lakes
U11 Boys - Detroit Lakes
U11 Boys - Fargo Tri-City
U11 Boys - Brookings Fishback

Second Place
U12 Girls - Dakota Rev-It-Up
U14 Boys - Fargo Tri-City
U12 Girls - Fargo Tri-City
U14 Boys - Chicago Regional
U12 Girls - Brookings Fishback
2012 Brookings Results
CHAMPIONS

The U11 Boys Warriors won the Fishback Classic July 8, 2012 in Brookings, SD.  The Warriors beat Brookings 10-0, tied Tea (SD) 2-2 and then beat Tri-City U11 Black 3-1.  The Warriors advanced to the championship where they beat the Tri-City U11 Black 3-2.
Finalists

The U12 Girls Sheyenne United lost in the championship game in a PK shoot-out.  The girls had finished atop pool play in the top U12 girls bracket.
2012 Chicago Regionals
 
The U14 Boys Snipers finish tied for 2nd in the 2012 US Club Soccer Regionals held in Chicago June 29 - July 1.  Lose to Chicago Fire Juniors 3-1.  Beat Chicago Magic 6-1 and Chicago Sockers 2-0.  Tennessee wins Regional 1-0.
2012 Tri-City Results
Champions

 
The U11 Boys Warriors team claimed the championship in the 10-team U11 Boys bracket with 3 pool play wins and 2 championship bracket wins.
Finalists

The U14 Boys Snipers topped pool play with 2 wins and a tie.  They lost in a PK shoot-out in the championship.

The U12 Girls Sheyenne United topped pool play wit 2 wins and a tie.

 
Undefeated

The U10 Girls Thunder won all 3 of their games in the tournament. The U11 Boys Warriors won all 5 of their games.
2012 Detroit Lakes Champs
Champions

U14 Boys FC Barcelona

U12 Boys Warriors

U12 Girls Beware

2012 Tonka Splash Champs
Champions

The Fargo U14 Boys Snipers won the Classic I (top) bracket championship at the June 1-3, 2012 Tonka Splash tournament with a 2-1 win over Tonka United C-1 Blue in the final game.

Undefeated

The Fargo U10 Boys Jedi won 2 games and tied their last game in U10 Maroon (highest) division of the June 1-3, 2012 Tonka Splash.

The Fargo U9 Girls Strikers won 2 games and tied their last game in the U9 Maroon (highest) division of the June 1-3, 2012 Tonka Splash.

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2010 State Championships
STATE CHAMPS & UNDEFEATED
 
Under-12 Boys Snipers Finish with 3 wins and 2 ties at the 2010 North Dakota State Tournament, Beat Bismarck 6-1 in Championship game.

Under-11 Girls Pumas Finish 4-0 at the 2010 North Dakota State Tournament, Beat Red River (Fargo) 3-1 in Championship game.


FSC U12 Boys - 10/31/10
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Mission
The mission of the Fargo Soccer Club is to be the premier soccer club in North Dakota and western Minnesota while emphasizing enjoyment, participation, sportsmanship, effort and excellence.
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State Champions
Official
2012 - No State Tournament Held
2011 - No State Tournament Held
2010 U12 Boys Snipers, 6-1 vs. Bismarck Blue (3-0-2 Record)
2010 U11 Girls Pumas, 3-1 vs. Red River (Fargo) (4-0 Record)
2009 U11 Boys Snipers, 1-0 vs. Minot (4-0 Record)

Unofficial
2012 U11 Boys Warriors (Undefeated season)
2010 U10 Boys Warriors (Undefeated season)
2009 U10 Girls Pumas (4-0 Record)
2008 U10 Boys Snipers (3-0 Record)

The Fargo Soccer Club has never lost a game at the annual State Championships since we sent our first team to State in 2008.
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