FSCI Hires Nicole Mailloux as the new Junior Academy Director

Posted on 10/10/2014 at 12:10pm
FSCI is pleased to announce the hiring of Nicole Mailloux as the new FSCI Junior Academy Director. Coach Mailloux will also work with our girls travel teams.

Coach Mailloux brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the FSCI coaching staff. She was a former player at West Virginia University and on the U20 Canadian National Team. Coach Mailloux was also an assistant coach at West Virginia University and was the head coach of various girls travel teams over the past 3 years. In addition, Coach Mailloux holds a masters degree in Athletic Education.

FSCI provides the unique combination of the areas strongest coaching staff and most affordable dues. By having a strong coaching staff, FSCI provides the best training environment for players.

Team Picture Day - October 4

Posted on 9/24/2014 at 8:10pm
There will be a team picture day for the our Junior Academy and our Travel Soccer Program on Saturday October 4. Please show up 1 hour before the game. Please click on this link for more information.


Posted on 9/24/2014 at 8:05pm
Our U12 boys attended the UVA vs Notre Dame mens soccer game in Charlottesville last weekend and participated in the pregame ceremonies and scrimmaged on the field at halftime. ESPNU televised the game and you could see our kids in the background. Please check out all the pictures posted on our Facebook page.

Tuesday September 30: UMW Day

Posted on 9/2/2014 at 10:40pm
On Tuesday September 30, all travel soccer practices are cancelled in lieu of attending the UMW Men's Soccer Match in Fredericksburg. It has been a club tradition to have all our players attend UMW matches each year.

College Tour - U18 Boys

Posted on 9/2/2014 at 10:40pm
Late last month, our U18 Boys team played games against four NCAA Division 3 schools as part of a 4 game college tour. The U18 Boys tied a game 0-0 and narrowly lost another one 1-0. In all the matches, our U18 boys held their own against players that are in their early 20s, including the starters for those schools. The kids experienced first hand the speed and demands of the college game. Our U18 team wasnt overwhelmed. Our 18s competed well and held the ball well under heavy pressure. FSCI is very proud of these kids for embracing a very difficult challenge.

These college games were setup as part of our college recruitment program. FSCI is committed to assisting interested players that want to play in college. Please understand that it is rare for a travel soccer team to play against four D3 college teams within a weeks time.

There is no secret to the recruitment process. There is no soccer coach or soccer club that can get you IN. 99% of players are recruited because the player contacted the school first. Despite popular myth, the school isnt looking for you, you have to look for the school.

Cancellation Notification

Posted on 6/28/2014 at 11:20am
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