Recent News & Announcements:


  • 2015/16 Olympic Development Program (ODP) Tryouts Announced - read more below.
  • September is Youth Soccer Month - learn more below
  • Don't cook on Sept 20! Participate in the Club's Iron Hill Fundraiser instead! - learn more
  • No parking at East Pete School on Sept 2 and 16 due to school activities. Please use Fulton parking lot at 1695 State Road.

  • Visit the Training page for info regarding:
Optional Training Opportunity for U13 and older players and
September 20 College Recruitment and College Connector Training Day for U15 and older players/parents.

 

The goal of this club is to provide the best possible, all-round soccer experience for ALL of our players.  We have developed a program titled The Penn Legacy Way which closely follows the ideals described in US Soccer Federation's new-look curriculum and their Best Practices Guidelines for youth soccer player development. We endeavor to place an emphasis on skill level, learning to play an attractive brand of soccer, good sportsmanship and teamwork.  

We will base our successes on how well our players develop, not just on the soccer pitch, but as young people, all the while remembering that this is a competitive sport.  If our players are enjoying their soccer, and being taught the game the right way by the best coaches, then we can achieve great things.

That is the Penn Legacy Way.

 

 

Club Mission Statement

We serve our community by providing all participants with a positive sports experience where they develop as persons and players while enhancing their social, emotional, and physical well-being in an environment of inclusiveness and sportsmanship.

Club Quick Facts

The Club is a 501c3 non-profit organization

The Club was founded in 1977

Over 1500 players participate in Club programs