Registration for Tryouts 2016-2017 is now open

Do not register online the day before or the day of LFC tryouts for your age group….your name will not be on the list at check in. No worries! You can fill out a registration form at the fields!

Age Groups 2016-2017 by birth year plus Tryout Date (subject to change)

2009- U8     May 31 and June 1 Rain date: June 2 at 6 PM
2008- U9     May 31 and June 1 Rain date: June 2 at 6 PM
2007- U10   May 31 and June 1 Rain date: June 2 at 6 PM
2006- U11   May 31 and June 1 Rain date: June 2 at 6 PM
2005- U12   June 7  and June 8 Rain date: June 9 at 6 PM
2004- U13   June 7  and June 8 Rain date: June 9 at 6 PM
2003- U14   June 7  and June 8 Rain date: June 9 at 6 PM
2002- U15   June 10 (white) at 6 PM and June 12 (red) at 2 PM Rain: TBA
2001- U16   June 10 (white) at 6 PM and June 12 (red) at 2 PM Rain: TBA
2000- U17   June 10 (white) at 6 PM and June 12 (red) at 2 PM Rain: TBA
1999- U18   June 10 (white) at 6 PM and June 12 (red) at 2 PM Rain: TBA
1998- U19   June 10 (white) at 6 PM Rain: TBA

Check in begins 30 minutes before tryout.

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16BR Premier Division winners of Red Lion Invitational

Over the weekend, the LFC U16 Boys Red team travelled to Indianapolis to compete in the Red Lion Invitational hosted by FC Pride.  The team competed in the Premier (top) U16 Division. The team started off with a 7-0 win against FC Pride 00 Select.  Due to the large amount of rain on Saturday, the 2nd pool game of the day was cancelled and scored as a tie with the PSC Impact Black team.  On Sunday morning, the team won their final pool game 2-1 vs FC Pride 00 Elite to advance to the finals.  The championship game Sunday afternoon was a rematch of the morning’s game between LFC U16 Red and FC Pride 00 Elite and our team won 2-0.  It was a great showing by the team this weekend as they outscored their opponents 11 to 1.  The team is coached by Kyle Newman and Adam Meredith.  Way to go fellas!!!!

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U15BR Wins FC Alliance Cup

Over this past weekend the LFC U15 Boys Red team went down to Gatlinburg to compete in the FC Alliance Cup.  The team competed in the U15/16 Division. The team started off with a 3-1 loss to FC Sparta, but then came back with victories in their next 2 games 1-0, and 3-1 over STORM SC and LFC U16 Blue.  This set up a rematch with FC Sparta in the finals.  The final game went scoreless through regulation and 2 five minute OT periods and headed to PK’s.  The team scored on ALL 5 PK’s and goal keeper Harrison Rogers came up big in denying 1 PK for FC Sparta.
This was a great weekend for the team, as they continue growing as a team, and continue competing at a high level.  The team is coached by John Greer and Ethan Marlowe. Congratulations Boys!!IMG_9053

U-8 Developmental Team for 2016-2017

Lexington FC is pleased to announce that we will form a coed U-8 Developmental Team for 2016-2017. Under the direction of coaches Jim Rue and Mike Donnelly, the program will emphasize technicaldevelopment. The Lexington FC U-8 developmental team tryout is for players (both boys and girls) born in 2009 but some advanced U-7 (2010) players will be accepted in this program (no need to ask permission to play up for this age group.) These players will try out with the U-9 age groups and any advanced players may be asked to join the Lexington FC U-9 teams. Tryout is scheduled for two nights – May 31 and June 1 at 6 PM (Rain date June 2.) Please plan on attending both nights. If you have any questions about this program, please contact Parviz Zartoshty, LFC Director of Coaching at zartoshty.parviz@gmail.com

Please click here to sign up for tryouts.

LFC U12 Girls Grey Team Wins MASC Tournament!

The U12 Girls Grey team won all four games sweeping the MASC Tournament. This is the first tournament they have won together! They not only battled tough teams but they battled snow, wind, and cold temperatures. They played great soccer all weekend and won in the finals 4-0. The defense only allowed 2 goals the entire tournament. The offense accounted for 11 goals. The girls possessed the ball well and played very well as a unit. Congratulations, the hard work in practice is paying off!!!!
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