News and Announcements
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Fever United Family and Friends,
Effectively immediately Fever United Soccer Club is no longer affiliated or responsible in any manner for Fever Basketball aka Texas Fever Basketball. We’re at a point with Fever United Soccer Club where our focus will turn back to youth soccer only. Quote from Jack Welch, retired CEO of General Electric: if you don’t have a competitive advantage, don’t compete. We want to re-focus on building a competitive advantage in youth soccer! This adjustment will also allow Texas Fever Basketball to flourish under it’s own identity.
Coaches Melissa Gardner and Doug Wright have done excellent jobs of building Fever Basketball and will continue their successful paths in that world. Our sincere “thank-you” and best wishes as they grow their program. If you have any questions, concerns or interest in their basketball program contact Coach Gardner at:
Have a blessed day.
Director – Fever United Inc.
More than 200 college coaches lined the sidelines on Thursday and many more are expected to attend this National League weekend to scout some of the top teams and players in the country. The competitive level of each game adds to player evaluation, as every team has to earn their place in the league, regardless of location or club affiliation.
“It’s great to start off the National League with a win,” 16U FC United coach Craig Snower said after his team’s 1-0 victory. “It’s always competitive. The moniker, ‘earn your place,’ is always well deserved and that’s what makes the league great. Any team in the country can get in here as long as they get the wins and earn their place in.
“It’s something we focus on with our top teams — National League is the place you want to play. That’s the goal every year, to qualify for National League. You want to get those quality games for your team but also for the players to get in front of the college coaches who are here each year.”
The strength of the competition was on display on Thursday, as multiple defending National Champions dropped points. The four returning National title winners combined for two wins, a draw and a loss on the season’s opening day.
The National League is an extension of the highly successful US Youth Soccer Regional Leagues (US Youth Soccer Eastern Regional League, Midwest Regional League, Southern Regional Premier League and Far West Regional League). The National League provides an avenue for teams to play in meaningful matches against top competition from across the country for continued development and opportunities for exposure at the national team, collegiate and professional levels.
National League action will continue Friday, Dec. 1, as the girls teams play their second game of the season.*
FRISCO, Texas (Nov. 14, 2017) – Two North Texas Soccer teams clinched US Youth Soccer Southern Regional Premier League (SRPL) West titles, while three more North Texas squads secured spots in the 2018 US Youth Soccer Southern Regional Championships after a weekend of play at Rolling Hills Soccer Complex in Fort Worth.
The SRPL is comprised of competitive teams in the 13-Under through 19-Under boys and girls age groups in the Southern Region playing in league format. Division winners receive a bid to the US Youth Soccer Region III Championships and winners from select age groups qualify for the prestigious US Youth Soccer National League. The West division is comprised of teams from North Texas, Oklahoma and South Texas.
Defending SRPL West champs Fever United 01 (TX-N) will return to the Southern Regional Championships after finishing second in the SRPL West. Fever fell to champions Lonestar SC 01 Red 4-2 on Saturday before finishing on a strong note with a 5-1 win against Sting Austin 01 (TX-S) in the final match of the SRPL season. Fever and third-place Sting East Dunstan (TX-N) will represent North Texas next month in the 2017-18 National League.
Congratulations Fever United!