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Goal Keeper training is every Tuesday at Keithley MS (lower)
U10-U13 5:15 - 6:15pm
U14-U18 6:15 - 7:30pm
If there is ever a change in schedule your coach will be notified by email and it will be posted to our Facebook page.
Please join us in giving your thoughts and condolences to the Cypher family. Monday, Sarah Cypher, one of our FPSC coaches, lost her battle with cancer. Sarah was a great coach and an even better person. She coached with fun, class and skill. She will be very missed.
We are proud to announce the launch of a new FPSC Club crest. Established in 1969, the Franklin Pierce Soccer Club gets bigger and better every year. This year will be no exception.
Over the coming days and weeks, you will notice more changes to our website, uniforms, spirit wear, and social media that will reflect and reinforce our new image. It will take some time to update everything. As you start to see it out on the pitch, we hope you’ll appreciate and enjoy the updated look of the new design.
Check out the PSPL Academy website for dates and times
-- FPSC Fury— a Tacoma WA-area select soccer club — is pleased to announce the initial placement of its 26 boys and girls select teams into the Puget Sound Premier League for the 2013-14 Fall season. The teams will compete in various divisions from WSPL, Classic, Copa or Dev, depending on appropriate level of play.
The Fury have consistently supported the PSPL over the years but also placed teams in other leagues. Now the board decided to carve its own path under the banner of US Club Soccer and the PSPL.
Said Bryan Yorke Fury director of coaching: "FPSC Fury believes the PSPL and US Club Soccer offer several key benefits: High-level divisions based on promotion/relegation along with communication, collaboration and competition. The reasonable cost structures and similar player development models also make it a good fit for us.
“Fury has been working hard to continually improve both player and coaching development through common age appropriate training curriculums and we look forward to an exciting year of quality competition," Yorke said. “We have a proven player-development history and a solid footprint within our community that provides a cost effective approach for both our parents and players.”
FPSC Fury represents the most recent Washington state select club to commit its competitive side fully to the PSPL and US Club Soccer. Today’s announcement follows the recent merger of Spokane Foxes and Spokane Valley United and its commitment to place all teams in the PSPL, as well as Nortac Sparta, which all announced its full commitment to US Club and the PSPL in May.
“We are very pleased that Fury continues to endorse our league by offering its full support,” said PSPL President Stanley Holmes. “Fury have always fielded strong teams and now we hope our platform of competitive opportunities will help them grow and become even stronger.”
The PSPL’s platform of competitive opportunities is numerous. League advancement is based on promotion/relegation. Teams are matched by ability level and then must earn their league placement through competition.
Top teams can qualify for Northwest Champions League, Pacific Coast Super Cup, the Washington State Premier League, the National Premier League Champion’s Cup and US Club Regionals.
What’s more, the PSPL offers coaching education that includes the popular annual Coaching Summit, new PSPL Academy teams for the league’s best players, and the Washington Cup tournament – the US Club-sanctioned state cup.
The PSPL is about collaboration and competition. It is this combination of clubs working together during the week to compete on the weekends that helps to explain the continued movement of clubs to the PSPL, Holmes said.
The league grew 80% over last year, continuing a trend of steady high double-digit growth for the past consecutive years. The PSPL was founded in 2007 with 12 teams and reported more than 1,000 teams in 2013. It is the fastest growing competitive youth soccer league in Washington State.
Congratulations to Fury B96/97 Black and Fury B99 White on you Washington Cup Championship Win!!!
FPSC Fury is looking for sponsors!! Sponsoring a Soccer Program is a great way to get your business name recognized! If you own a business or know someone who does that might be interested in sponsoring our program please talk with Stuart Dye.
Director of Business Development