As well as developing top soccer talent, Sockers FC is a home for people interested, excited and engaged by soccer.
(Picture, taken 2012. Portland Oregon 1997/1998 Boys & Girls)
From a players first touch until they retire, there is always a place for someone at Sockers FC.
Families are encouraged to build relationships and engage in club activities whether it be game day, attend festivals, club fundraising, activities, hosted tournaments/showcases, the Youth Foundation’s Annual Gala or Golf Outing.
Sockers FC has an affiliated non profit organization called the SOCKERS YOUTH FOUNDATION. The organization works with the club and assists community projects with a motto of "Soccer for All!" This motto represents the mission to create soccer opportunities for all players within the community. Members are invited to be involved with this non-profit organization and make a difference for people less fortunate.
Throughout the life of a Sockers youth player, support mechanisms are provided to aid opportunity and help players fulfill their aspirations. During high school years, players can work with staff to fulfill collegiate playing aspirations and make good choices to study, advice is given when completing applications, showcasing their talent and building relationships with colleges.
During and after college, players have opportunities to play for Sockers FC within the U19 and U23 programs. All programs prepare players for the next avenues in their career and keep fulfilling their soccer needs as it did during U7-U18.
When our young men and women are ready for employment after college and make life choices in their adult life, past players and members can join our increasing Alumni and stay connected with Sockers FC. Many of these people have returned to coach and registered their children to repeat the soccer journey they once took.
Whether you are a player, coach, parent, volunteer, alumni or soccer fan; Sockers is "MORE THAN A CLUB", this culture and family atmosphere is a special thing.
Do you have to play in Schaumburg to participate in the Academy program?
How are the different training locations of Sockers FC tied together?
With multiple teams at the same age, do you expect them to play each other?
Does Sockers FC discourage playing high school soccer? Is there a year round option?
Which locations does Sockers FC operate training?
Are players required to purchase and wear all uniform items?
How much are membership fees?
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545 S. Consumers Ave., Palatine, IL 60074 USA
Monday - Friday: 10:00 - 4:00pm (Finance 9.00 - 2.00pm)
Office 847.788.5321 (Financial)
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