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Congrats to The 2001 Boys Sky Blues

Foundation Soccer Club would like to congratulate The 2001 Boy's Soccer Sky Team on a tremendous year. Winning the 2017 New York Club Soccer League Premier 1st Division (8 wins 0 losses 1 Tie) and 2016/2017 winners of 3 out of 4 tournaments. Congratulations on a very successful soccer season.

by posted 09/26/2017
Foundation Soccer Club Culture

Displaying control, confidence, and creativity over the ball are the main teaching points we aim to develop, and encourage as part of our culture at Foundation Soccer Club.

by posted 09/03/2017
U12 Girls Victorious in Devens, MA

The FSC U12 girls were victorious at their tournament in Devens, MA. In the championship game, they defeated the only team that had beaten them in group play. They improved in every game and played some great soccer!

by posted 05/31/2017
U14 Boys Win 1st at Lincoln Page Memorial Day Tournament

It may be a small picture but the U13 Boys won big at the Lincoln Page Memorial Day Tournament in Lake George, NY. They went 4-0 in the tournament.

by posted 05/30/2017
U14 Girls & U13 Boys at the JSSA Tournament

by posted 05/30/2017
FSC 05/06 Boys Win At Mountain Mayhem.

The FSC 05/06 Boys won 4 games and a championship at Mountain Mayhem 2017.
by posted 05/15/2017
U14 Girls & Boys Win Big!

Both the U14 Girls and the U14 Boys won first place at the Mount Mayhem Tournament in Lake George, NY. Congrats to both teams!
by posted 05/15/2017
U14 Sky Team At The Ice Out

U14 Sky Team

Congratulations to the U14 Sky Team for their first place finish in the Ice Out!!

by posted 04/02/2017
FSC 2006 Boys Win Championship

The 2006 boys were champions at the 2017 NEFC preseason tournament March 26. With 3 Wins and 1 Draw. This is their 2nd Championship. Stayed at the Great Wolf Lodge and had as much off the field as on. Very proud of these boys, they played in sleet, snow, rain and sun. #FSCboys2006


To follow the team on their Facebook page click here.

You can see more pictures of the tournament on the official FSC Facebook page here.

by posted 03/31/2017
Welcome to Foundation Soccer Club

For over a decade and a half, FSC has provided premier-level training and competition for talented athletes in greater New Britain, greater Middletown, central Connecticut, and beyond. We have always preferred to include young players with the potential for growth, rather than exclude kids who want to play, as many clubs do for the sole objective of “winning now”.  Our coaches create a fun and positive learning environment for young players, focusing on composure, confidence, and creativity. As our teams advance, we provide them with greater competitive challenges, and eventually with as much or more exposure to college coaches than most teams in Connecticut. Regardless of each individual’s ambitions as a player, we foster a love for soccer that lasts far beyond his or her time with us – our players stay in the game! FSC alumni are coaching at Connecticut high schools and colleges, and some have even gone on to play in MLS or other pro leagues.
Despite the alarming trend toward overtly physical play in Connecticut youth and high school soccer, FSC continues its mission to teach skill and constructive play. We are willing to sacrifice victories at young age groups in exchange for the advancement of that agenda, and every player and parent who comes through our program learns to appreciate it. Young players subjected to aggressive play and constant pressure to win by their parents and coaches are unlikely to stick with soccer, let alone succeed in the long run. We strike a balance between a nurturing environment for our players’ technical and personal growth, and the competitive atmosphere required to push them to the limits of their potential.
Above all else, our style of play is suited to the intelligent, creative player. Our coaching staff is largely from South America and Spain, homes of the most beautiful soccer in the world, and that is our primary philosophical influence. We would rather encourage players to experiment with the ball, connect short passes to escape pressure, and create meaningful offense, instead of kicking long balls and hoping for the best. It takes patience, but over the course of time, our method produces more sophisticated players, more attractive soccer, and ultimately, victory!


Join us on the field!

Marc Bailey

Foundation Soccer Club Director

by posted 06/13/2015
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