Fairfax-Fletcher Soccer Club
FAIRFAX, VT ● EST. 1988
FFSC 2022 FALL SOCCER REGISTRATION
FFSC will host a Fall Soccer Session for U4-U12 Boys & Girls. Sessions will be held at the outdoor field behind Cambridge Community Center as well as Fletcher Elementary School. U generally stands for Under the Age of ...Players this year will need to make sure they are signed up by birth year.
Registration Closes Sept 2nd!
FFSC is always in search of volunteers to make a difference in our program. Please consider being a coach or volunteering in some capacity!
For the latest game and practice information check out our Team Schedules.
The Fairfax-Fletcher Soccer Club is a not-for-profit organization run solely by volunteers with the goal of offering the game of soccer to youth players of varying skill & commitment levels in the greater Fairfax/Fletcher area. FFSC is a member of the Vermont Soccer Association & U.S. Youth Soccer Association.
FFSC is an all-inclusive organization. We value all players no matter their skill level. We believe in the power of play and want to foster a love of not only soccer but all sport. Our mission is to foster a sense of community, respect and competitive spirit in our local youth. We will challenge players to improve their skills/techniques through positive encouragement and regular training.
The Fairfax Soccer Club was originally formed in 1988 as a U12 recreational program. The club quickly expanded and by the mid 90's included recreational players from ages U6 -U12. As a result of the club's growth, field space was needed. It was at this time, that the neighboring community of Fletcher joined the club forming the Fairfax-Fletcher Soccer Club. Training sessions and home matches are played at the Fletcher Elementary School. The club expanded again in 2009 to include a U4 development program. FFSC now supports a player base of over 200 players annually.
In 2012 a "Premier Program" was established within FFSC. This program offers those players with the desire and skill to compete at a higher level of play to do so while creating an opportunity for further development through additional practice and game opportunities. When there is enough interest, teams are entered into area indoor leagues during the winter months.