Congratulations Mercedes “Meche” Solis for being selected to ODP as a U15 (2003) player
Our 2004 player Amaris Hamilton-Grein was invited by U.S Soccer to attend a Girls Training center in Orlando yesterday.
We as a club are very proud of Amaris and are looking forward to have many more players attending U.S Training centers in the future.
U.S. Soccer conducts training sessions by invitation only to identify players with Youth National Team potential. Girls’ Training Centers (TC) are designed to improve player identification, player development, and coach development. TC’s are setup to provide high-level training for players in a motivating and challenging environment.
“West Pasco FC’s own speed and agility trainer, Claudia McCoy, is attending the IT long course World Championships this Sunday 27 AUG.
The event is in Penticton, Canada and is a race distance of 1.8 Mile swim (3k), 75 Mile bike (120km) and 18.6 Mile run (30km). In order to race here she had to qualify at the USAT National Championships (half Ironman distance) where she won as first place last November in Miami. GO CLAUDIA and Congratulations!!!”
We took our 2005 & 2006 boys to Colombia for 10 days to play 4 professionally academies there and experience soccer in a different country. The teams got to play in stadiums, train with Colombian coaches and play Street Soccer.
The boys interacted with the Colombian players, exchanged uniforms after each game creating life time memories.
Both of the teams did really well in Colombia and really enjoyed the soccer experience and the 4 excursions we did on the trip (see pictures below). It was great to see all the families bond and create life time memories together. At end of the trip you could really see how great of a soccer family we have at West Pasco and the bond that everybody created was priceless.
West Pasco FC takes teams every year on International trips. For more info on West Pasco FC and the International trips please contact Novi Maric @ Novi.firstname.lastname@example.org or Denise Stauffer @ email@example.com
Please welcome Chris Ruiz as 2017 Academy Director for Collier Parkway.
Chris has a long and storied career, playing for Estudiantes de la plata reserves, Colombia for Santa Fe segunda B reserves and Deportivo Teculutan 1st división in Guatemala. He has earned additional success in the Florida with several semi pro teams such as Tampa Bay Marauders and Greater Tampa Bay FC.
West Pasco FC is excited to announce the addition of Martin Gramatica to our coaching staff for the upcoming 2017-18 Competitive Season
Martin Gramatica will once more be wearing the colors of the Buccaneers—but this time as a coach on the sidelines of WEST PASCO FC! West Pasco FC is excited to announce that Martin is joining the West Pasco family for the upcoming 2017-18 soccer season!
West Pasco FC is excited to announce the return of Bill Capobianco to the Club as our new Academy/Technical Director.
Bill is a homegrown player who played for West Pasco and the Clearwater Chargers as a youth. He was selected to the ODP State team and Region III team. While playing as a senior for Hudson High School, Bill was selected as Pasco County Player of the year and for the ALL-State high school team. Bill went on to play at the collegiate level at Methodist College in NC. While there, he was selected as an All-Conference Player for three years, and as an Academic All-American his senior year. He continued his soccer career after college by playing professional for various USISL teams.
West Pasco Futbol Club raises funds to fight cancer. Money given at Rowdies game October 1, 2016
We are very proud to announce that Arielle Charles, a Goalkeeper within our West Pasco Competitive Program has just accepted a soccer scholarship to attend and be a part of the Young Harris Women’s Soccer Program in Georgia. Young Harris is an NCAA Division II Institution and part of the Peach Belt Conference, one of the strongest in the Division II world.
Arielle will be moving to start there this coming August. It is a great testament to her, the team, and also the club who have worked to develop her to a point to receive a scholarship offer at the NCAA level.