The Kentucky Fire Juniors take pride in the number of United States Soccer Federation licensed coaches that actively coach many of the best soccer players in the Louisville Metro area. The club works with a curriculum set by the USSF and the Chicago Fire of Major League Soccer. The technical sta from KFJ actively coach and oversee the continuous development of every age group in the entire club (U8-U19).
Girls ODP Region II and Region III played three international soccer matches against some of the best girl's soccer teams in Costa Rica this week.
ODP Regions II and Region III began training and and played their first match . Although Region I had to cancel their participation at the last moment due to the heavy ice storm in the United States, the events and games continue for the other two regions here in Costa Rica.
The US Youth Soccer ODP Girls 99 teams from Region I, II, and III will play three matches each against some of the top teams in Costa Rica starting this Saturday. You can find the Game Schedule in this email. Throughout the week, we will be posting photos, interviews, videos, and match statistics on our Tournament Web site. KFJ's very own Girls U16 Premier player, Allison Whitfiled, will; be in attendance!
February 7, 2014 - Kentucky Fire Juniors Soccer Club is proud to announce our list of 2014 college signees. Wednesday, February 5th was the first day that current seniors could sign their National Letter of Intent. Please continue to check-in as we add any future commitments to this class.
I am very excited for this next move in my soccer career. Liverpool Ladies FC is a championship team and I look forward to the challenge of defending the Women's Super League title. I have worked hard to get to this point and I am thankful to have this tremendous opportunity to represent my former club team, Mockingbird SC, Louisville, and the United States... Chase your dreams! - Libby Stout
On February 9, 2014 the Kentucky Fire Juniors (KFJ) welcomed Chicago Fire Juniors Academy and Staff Coach, Mike Matkovitch, to the KFJ winter training located at Mockingbird Valley Sports Complex. Mike Matkovitch was in town to attend the University of Louisville Coaching Symposium. The Chicago Fire asked that Coach Matkovitch to oversee the training at KFJ while in Louisville, at the request of the Kentucky Fire Juniors, and speak to players and coaches during his visit. Coach Matkovitch also had a chance to train our U14 and U15 boys teams in the afternoon at MVSC! Additionally, two KFJ players from our U16 girls team participated in this training as well!
Check out some pictures from the session!
Former Kentucky Youth Soccer Player and former WKU Goalkeeper, Libby Stout, signed with the Liverpool Ladies in January 2014. Kentucky Youth Soccer was privileged to be able to interview Stout on her career.
Please wish Kiley Polk good luck at the United States Youth Soccer National Training located in Phoenix, AZ next week. Kiley will be representing KFJ, Kentucky Youth Soccer and the Region 2 Girls Olympic Development Program. Scouts from our US soccer staff will be in attendance to see players from all 4 regions compete and train.
Check out the full story at: http://www.wdrb.com/story/24451076/local-soccer-fans-rally-around-possible-pro-team
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