As the tryout season is upon us we are announcing that we are having open training and tryouts for our 2001/2002 Girls team.
Marion G. Vedder School, 6:30 to 8 pm, located at 794 Deer Park Ave in North Babylon:
Tuesday, June 13th
Thursday, June 15th
Tuesday, June 20th
If you or anyone you know may be interested, and looking for some higher level play, an environment for learning more about the game, and a chance to be seen at college showcase then please contact us at email@example.com, or text coach Alvaro Phan at 631-220-0693 .
Thank you for your time.
When is the last time you played soccer golf ?? If you never had the chance to enjoy this awesome game then come on out July 29th to the Dix Hills Country Club. You can register using this link http://www.seanurda14.org/soccergolfouting. If you have played soccer golf before come out and show your skills.
You can sign up an individual or bring 3 more friends and do a group outing. All the information is on the link. It is for a good cause, a great scholarship for kids and a chance to have some soccer golf fun. We look forward to seeing you there……
We would like to invite you to the First Annual Sean Urda Golf Outing. http://www.seanurda14.org/soccergolfouting/
Join us for some fun! Your outing includes:
- – 9 Hole scramble
- – Raffles
- – Prizes
- – Shot gun start
- – Breakfast
Price: $30 per person
*Includes 1 round of soccer-golf & 14 raffle entries
Two Start Times:
- 9:30am (with 9:00am registration)
- – 11:00am (with 10:30am registration)
*Limited to 72 spots per time slot
Teams of up to 8 people
Must bring your own ball
Location: Dix Hill Golf Course
575 Vanderbilt Pkwy
Dix Hills, NY 11746
It is our great pleasure to announce our 2016 class signings. Joe Leonardi a starting center back for our Score FC team and St. Anthony’s high school will be continuing his academic and athletic career at Franciscan University. Joe is our captain and a real role model for the U16 team to follow. A young man who has stepped up to the plate when in need and has shown great achievement on and off the field. He is one player that takes the word family and lives by it. He has been a great asset to the growth and collective play this u18 squad now portrays on the field.
Our next player is Alex Prince. A 4 year player for us in the goal has finally decided to attend Robert Wesleyan University. Alex is one player we will be very sad to see go. He was such a young kid when he came to our program 4 years ago, and now he has matured into a young man who commands his goal and shows an intimidation factor when he plays. He has been with us through out our good and bad times and he always was up for a battle. It was a long road for him to decide where to go and we are very excited for him for the coming years.
More news about our class of 2016 to come…..
Can you believe it, the time has come for the season to start! For the past few months our boys and girls have been preparing for opening weekend. We would like to thank all our Score FC parents and family for their continued support.
All our teams have worked really hard throughout the off season in our speed, strength, soccer IQ and desire. We know that each and everyone of our players can see greatness in some of the best players in the world when we watch them play on TV. Now since we know what qualities make them great, we know that our players have the ability to become great for themselves.
The possibilities are endless this spring as all our team are playing in tough leagues with very tough competition. We wish all our teams good luck this season, and as always:
Play smart, Work hard and SCORE!!!!
Winter season has finally started and what better way then to say HAPPY NEW YEAR. In this coming 2016 season we are looking to reach new heights in all our leagues, and competitions.
This year the Score FC program has expanded to include a U14 Girls team. This is an exciting time for us as we are getting back to how we started, with a very dedicated girls team. We are looking forward to the addition of our girls program and to further add more to our successful Score FC Family.
Our indoor session will be geared toward a great deal of increasing strength, agility, speed and core work.
These components will be necessary to improve on in order for the teams to play better on an individual and team level.
We look forward to seeing you soon….
With the ending of the High School Varsity season we are more that excited to start our new journey this year. We had to say good bye to a good bunch of players, but now we have to move on with our new core of players on the U17 and U16 teams. The time has come to achieve some more greatness and we are glad that we will be doing this with this new sets of players.
We have a great line up of tournaments coming up so the time to prepare is now.
Making sure that the team stays within a cohesive, competitive and educational environment will only mean for greater chances of success.
Our U15 Score FC team had a very productive memorial Day weekend. It started out but playing a Friday night game against the host team Massapequa U15 team and we came out with a win after a tough 55 minutes we were able to come out with ago ahead goal.
On Saturday we had a tough loss from a good Brooklyn Italians team but were able to bounce back with a great win on Sunday morning, which win put us into the finals against a strong Eastern FC Team. The game was tough and it had its great moments throughout the 60 minutes. The best moment was the final whistle at end the game which declared the SCORE FC U15 team the winners and champions of the tournaments. It was a great job by all the boys and the guest players.
Just added to our college soccer singing news
Gerard Nappe will be attending and playing at SUNY Poly-tech Institute
Addison Diaz will be attending St Francis College.
Jonathan Schefer, John Glenn High school, will be attending and playing at Mount St.Mary this coming Fall.
Corey Ainsworth, John Glen High School, will be attending and playing at Morrisville this coming Fall.
Dan Paulos, Chaminade High School, will be attending Boston College this Fall.
Alex Spaun, Sayville High School, will be attending and playing at Suffolk Community College, 2015 NJCAA National Champions.
We would like to invite you all to please help us continue to donate any amount you can to this scholarship.
Sean Urda was one of our players that tragically lost his life in January of 2015. He was a great soul who loved his family, friends and soccer with all of his heart. It is our great fortune that he chose to play for SCORE FC, and everyone who is part of the Score FC family feels the same way. If you you have the opportunity to donate please follow this link:http://www.gofundme.com/l01mz8