Recreational Soccer: Registration is closed for the Fall, 2013 season
The FSC Recreational program takes place in the fall and is for players ages K-8. This program is open to all players and based on fun participation with minimal time, travel, or financial commitment. The program relies on a wonderful base of volunteer coaches who teach the basics of soccer in a fun and non-competitive environment. Kindergarten, 1st, and 2nd grade players practice and scrimmage the same night. 3rd-8th grade players practice once or twice during the week and play games on Saturdays. All practices are held at Kidsport Soccer Complex off of Highway 93 North in Kalispell. Home game are also played here with the occasional away game being played in neighboring communities. For recreational soccer in the spring visit the Kalispell Parks and Recreation website.
Academy Soccer: U9-U11 – Click here for more information
The FSC Academy program takes place in both the spring and fall seasons and it serves as a bridge between recreational and competitive soccer. Academy soccer is open to all players and there are no tryouts – simply sign up and play. However, this spring, the players within the Academy program will be training in groups based on ability rather than age. FSC Academy teams play against other competitive teams throughout Montana and neighboring states but there is less travel involved than with older competitive age groups. Academy players are coached by a paid and licensed coaching staff and FSC prides itself on investing some of its most experienced coaches with these youngest players. In Academy, game results are deemphasized over individual player development. Players learn the necessary skills to play and excel at the game of soccer in a fun and challenging environment.
Competitive Soccer: U12-U18 – Click here for more information
The FSC Competitive program takes place in the fall for U12-U14 players and in the spring for U12-U18 players. Teams in this program compete in the MYSA Premier and Select leagues and attend tournaments throughout Montana and neighboring states. Players are coached by paid and licensed coaches. Tryouts for spring soccer take place each October although it may be possible to join after October if roster spots exist. Many players in the competitive program play for their respective high school teams while some go on to play at the collegiate level.