FC VIRGINIA DISCOVER SOCCER &
Discover Soccer (2-5 years old)
FC Virginia will be hosting our Winter Discover Soccer Program at The nZone in Chantilly on Sunday afternoons beginning January 9th. To register please click here
U7 Academy Program
The U7 Academy Program is part of the TSJFCV pre-travel pathway. This program is for players interested in playing competitive soccer at U8/ U9. We will be offering this program in Ashburn, South Riding & at The St. James. For more information and to register click here
U8 Academy Program
The U8 Academy is the pre-travel program and will form the base of our rising U9 travel teams for play in the Fall of 2022. Participation in this program requires an evaluation by the FC Virginia or TSJFCV Technical staff. U8 Academy teams will be based in Ashburn, South Riding and at The St. James. For more information or to request an evaluation click here
Fill out our interest form and come out to an upcoming session. 2010-2004 Girls Academy, 2014-2010 Boys, 2014-2004 Girls age groups.
TSJFCV WINTER GOALKEEPER CLINICS
TSJFCV will be hosting a series of winter goalkeeper clinics and ID Sessions around the DMV. The GK program is lead by Director of Goalkeeping Jack Stefanowski
Goalkeeper ID Sessions: Bles Park- Ashburn Virginia
Girls ID Sessions: November 1st, 2nd, 4th: 10:00am-11:00am
Girls ID Sessions: November 6th, 7th, 13th & 14th: 2:00-3:00pm
Boys ID Sessions: November 1st, 2nd, 4th: 11:00am-12:00pm
Boys ID Sessions: November 6th, 7th, 13th & 14th: 3:00-4:00pm
Winter Youth GK Clinics
Boys & Girls: 2013-2011 Birth Year
The Fitness Equation- South Riding
Session 1- 12/6, 12/13, 1/3, 1/10, 1/17, 1/24
Session 2- 1/31, 2/7, 2/14, 2/21, 2/28, 3/7
The St. James and Villarreal Virginia Academy announced today a new strategic partnership highlighting a shared approach to increasing player development opportunities for emerging young players in both organizations.
Through a shared and holistic approach to helping each young player reach and maximize their potential, The St. James and Villarreal Virginia Academy technical staff will collaborate in talent identification, individual player development and evaluation, expanded coaching education opportunities – all with the goal of increasing player access to year-round training and competition facilities and programming for players of all ages, abilities and interests.
“I’m looking forward to working with Christian, Doug and all members of both clubs’ staff,” said Bo Amato, Executive Director of VIVA. “It’s really positive for us to have a strategic partnership with an organization that shares our mission and vision for youth. By coming together, all of our families will have a better youth soccer experience that supports hands-on learning, competitive opportunities and advancement into all levels of the game. This will certainly help the membership of both clubs and I am very pleased that we have taken this positive step.”
The St. James and VIVA boast a technical staff with vast professional, college and club experience - all of which supports individual player development, team formation and pathways to college, professional and National Team opportunities.
“Our mission and vision for player development and coaching education are congruent in a number of ways,” said Douglas Homer, The St. James’ Director of Soccer. “This partnership with VIVA is genuine in purpose and intent – collaborating with Bo, Carlos and members of the VIVA technical staff helps all players and families from both clubs find a pathway forward in the sport. We look forward to working together to curate meaningful programming that supports each player in his or her pursuit of excellence, on and off the field.”
Further details pertaining to the partnership are available HERE.