KANSAS CITY, Mo. (Sept 6, 2019) – The United Soccer Coaches Member Club Program is pleased to recognize youth soccer organizations who have participated in providing their coaches with access to Association related benefits and opportunities for five consecutive years.

Since its inception in August 2012, this unique program has provided over 500 youth soccer organizations and their coaches access to United Soccer Coaches resources, benefits and coaching education opportunities, including the annual United Soccer Coaches Convention. Group access to eLearning diplomas for both recreational and competitive coaches allow organizations to standardize their coaches’ education by ensuring a basic level of understanding regarding topics such as goalkeeping, systems of play and both attacking and defending principles.

“We are honored to have had the opportunity to collaborate with these organizations over the past five plus years,” said Andrew McGinnis, United Soccer Coaches Institutional Membership Manager. “The Member Club Program continues to have an impact on the youth game through coaching education, and our ability to serve the game is due to organizations like these who have prioritized their coaches and the support they receive to garner results on and off the field.

Of the 450 current Member Club Program participants, 55 Member Clubs have been with United Soccer Coaches since 2014 and are recognized by the association for their five-year milestone within the program.


  • Simply Sports (N.Y.)
  • Coquitlam – Metro Ford Soccer Club (B.C., CANADA)
  • Town of Poughkeepsie Soccer Club (N.Y.)


  • Fusion Soccer Club (Minn.)
  • Vrain FC (Colo.)
  • Dakota Alliance Soccer Club (S.D.)
  • Kings Hammer Soccer Club (Ky.)
  • Mary’s Soccer (Md.)
  • Vision Soccer Club (Iowa)
  • Westchester Youth Soccer League (N.Y.)
  • AFC Lightning (Ga.)
  • Blaine Soccer Club (Minn.)
  • FC Brandywine (Pa.)
  • Michigan Jaguars FC (Mich.)
  • Utah Surf (Utah)
  • Centre Soccer Association (Pa.)
  • Collierville Soccer Association / Lobos Rush (Tenn.)
  • Lonestar Soccer Club (Texas)
  • Perdido Bay FC (Fla.)
  • Arsenal Colorado / Fort Collins Soccer Club (Colo.)
  • Broomfield Soccer Club (Colo.)
  • Knoxville FC (Tenn.)
  • Liverpool FC International Academy – Massachusetts (Mass.)
  • Michigan Fire Juniors (Mich.)
  • Real Colorado (Colo.)
  • Vienna Youth Soccer (Va.)
  • Butler Fury Youth Soccer (Ohio)
  • Elkhart Flames Soccer Club (Ind.)
  • Hoosier FC (Ind.)
  • New Mexico Rush (N.M.)
  • Orem Youth Soccer (Utah)
  • Pennsylvania Rush (Pa.)
  • Puma FC (Kan.)
  • South Lakes Soccer Club (Okla.)
  • NJ Crush FC (N.J.)
  • Blitz United Soccer Club (Okla.)
  • Franklin Pierce Soccer Club (Wash.)
  • Montgomery United Soccer Club (Pa.)
  • Ohio Elite Soccer Academy (Ohio)
  • Real Salt Lake Arizona (Ariz.)
  • Slidell Youth Soccer Club (La.)
  • Bethesda Soccer Club (Md.)
  • FC Copa (N.J.)
  • Wenatchee FC (Wash.)
  • Rio Rapids Soccer Club (N.M.)
  • Ironbound Soccer Club (N.J.)


  • Richmond Strikers Soccer Club (Va.)
  • Tennessee Soccer Club (Tenn.)
  • Leahi Soccer Club Hawai’I (Hawaii)
  • Milwaukee Kickers Soccer Club (Wis.)
  • FC Boulder (Colo.)
  • Mooredale Soccer Club (Ont., CANADA)
  • Bulls Soccer Club (Ga.)
  • Calvert Soccer Association (Md.)
  • Worthington United 94 (Ohio)

For more information on how to join the United Soccer Coaches Member Club Program, please contact John Rock, Membership Accounts Executive at jrock@unitedsoccercoaches.org.