Allison Whitfield, a member of the Kentucky Fire Juniors (KFJ) '98 (rising u17) Girls Team, was recently named the 2013-14 Girls Player of the Year by Kentucky Youth Soccer. Allison was a vital part of her team's 2014 Kentucky State Cup Championship and 3rd Place finish in the MRL Premier Division. Last February (2014), she was also named to the Region II ODP Team that competed in an international tournament in Costa Rica.
The Kentucky Fire Juniors have concluded a great 2013-14 select year, so what Technical Director/Head Coach Mike Dickey has to say about it!
Click the above image to check out the results!
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).
The club is excited to announce that former KFJ star and current Liverpool Ladies goalkeeper, Libby Stout, will be offering a free goalkeeping clinicat Oxmoor Fields.
Sometimes a picture speaks a thousand words. As for this one, it tells you ten reasons why you should choose Kentucky Fire Juniors as your soccer club of choice.
The ID camp is part of a wider initiative to raise the standards of female soccer in Fire Juniors clubs. Devised by Fire Juniors coaches for female Fire Juniors players, the program aims to identify the most elite female performers in the ten Fire Juniors clubs and place them in a professional training camp environment before selecting the top talent to participate in a number of high level female soccer tournaments and events.
The KFJ Girls U14 Classic Red team took first place in the 2014 Louisville Cup April 12-13. The KFJ girls emerged victorious with a pair of 1-0 wins in Saturday's group games, defeating SSA Harpeth FC and FC Evansville.
From Coach Kacie Wilkinson:
As a coach, I recognized the unique opportunity to teach my U9 team a lesson larger than 1v1 moves and "using their laces."
Attending id2 camp in Raleigh, North Carolina was one of the best experiences I've ever had.
The U10 boys premier white won the Region 2 Challenge Cup tournament for their 3rd tournament championship in a row.
5/22/14 9:54 am
All Fields are Open, except Field 1-- May 22, 2014
|Waggener High School
Open-- May 22, 2014
|Oxmoor Center Fields
Open--May 22, 2014
|Kennedy Middle School Fields
Open-- May 22, 2014
|Mockingbird Valley Sports Complex|