The Florida Fire Juniors are please to announce tryout success for the upcoming 2013 Super Y Season. For those that attended tryouts and have received an invite to participate this season, please complete your registration online (via GotSoccer), Medical Release Waiver, Proof of Birth Documents, Photo Headshot and process Payment Online (via GotSoccer).
Soccer Sparks (Pre-Academy) - Players age(s) 5 years to 8 years. Chicago Fire Juniors in-house youth development program designed for players’ ages 5-8 who want to join the club and want a more developmental focus than other recreational programs can offer. (Read More)
Soccer Sparks (First Kicks) - Players age(s) 4 years to 5 years. The First Kicks program is a safe, fun, and developmentally appropriate training program offered to all players 4 and 5 years old. The First Kicks program's mission is to create a soccer experience that is unmistakably enjoyable for the both the child and family. (Read More)
Club Talent School - Players age(s) 9 years to 18 years. The Club Talent Schools (CTS) offers training to the players in the club and aspiring competitive travel soccer players within the community looking to further develop their technical ability. Current Florida Fire Members fees are all inclusive of their annual club fees for the Fall Session. (Read More)
3rd Annual Senior Bowl - Soccer Game
With High School soccer becoming stronger in Southwest Florida, come watch the areas best Senior Boys and Girls (of which some play for Florida Fire Juniors) go head to head at First Baptist Academy. Also come out to celebrate Gulf Coast High Schools Boys Soccer FHSAA 2013 State Championship (1st in Collier County soccer history) this Friday, February 22nd.
Friday, February 22nd at First Baptist Academy
Girls Game: 5:30pm / Boys Game: 7:30pm
Congratulations from the Florida Fire Juniors family to all of the athletes that signed or verbaly committed to continue their education and soccer experience!
CHICAGO, Ill. (Jan. 27, 2013) – The Chicago Fire opened its preseason schedule with a 2-0 win over Florida Gulf Coast University at Ave Maria’s North Park Sunday afternoon. Fire head coach Frank Klopas used the first preseason match to evaluate talent, playing 28 of the 32 players on the club’s preseason roster. Goals from Dominic Oduro and Daniel Paladini proved the difference in the first preseason friendly of the club’s preseason camp. Click for more on the story.....
Florida Fire Juniors - U15 Girls / Champions of 2013 Kelme Cup - High School Division
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