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FPSC Fury Teams - Looking for Players

The following FPSC Fury teams are looking to add a few more highly dedicated and motivated players
to round out their rosters.
Please contact the coach if you are interested in setting up an evaluation.

   Fury G00 Black   - blair.grant@fpsoccer.org 
Fury G03 Black  - christopher.slattery@fpsoccer.org

 Fury G05 Black   - dan.goter@fpscocer.org 
Fury G06 Black - kawamuratrevor@yahoo.com
Fury B07 Black  - coachkbg@comcast.net
       Fury B06 Black  - rachel.davis@fpsoccer.org
Fury B08 Black  - charles.warren@fpsoccer.org


Established in 1969, FPSC is one of the oldest and most well established clubs in the region. The Club is registered with the state of Washington as a non-profit organization under Section 501(c) of the Internal Revenue Code of the United States.

The purpose of FPSC is educational and the Club shall embrace the following goals: To teach and develop a "love of the game" of soccer among our youth; To teach, train and develop; players, coaches, referees and administrators for the betterment of the game of soccer; To teach and develop through the game of soccer; sportsmanship, physical health, mental alertness and fair competition.

The objectives of FPSC are: To develop, promote and govern the game of soccer among affiliated teams within the boundaries of FPSC; To establish an administration to govern and direct the functions, operations, business and all activities of the Club; To encourage interested volunteer adult leadership to share their time and effort on behalf of the program and to offer training in this regard; To provide a vehicle through which juveniles will expand their education and knowledge of the game of soccer beyond that which each might do individually; To provide a program of well organized, competitive athletics helping to develop the physical, emotional, and social stability of the juveniles; To represent this Club in matters of organized Youth Soccer in our area, PSPL, and US Club Soccer.

The FPSC Fury Program celebrates its 12th year and is stronger than ever. FPSC Fury teams play in the Puget Sound Premier League (PSPL) with most of our teams in the WNPL or WSPL division.  

In 2017, we had 5 League Champions, 3 State Champions, 3 Regional Champions, 3 teams went to Nationals and 1 to the NPL Finals. Visit the Trophy Case to see some of our past accomplishments.The historic boundaries of the Club shall coincide with the boundaries of Franklin Pierce School District.

Quick Links

Offside Rule Explanation

If you are not sure exactly of how Offside is determined this is a great video. It explains the Offside rule really well.