Registration for Tryouts 2016-2017 is now open

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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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

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U16 Boys Red Green Forest Work Org – Soccer Scores

Soccer Scores - U16 Boys Red - planting trees in Daniel Boone National Forest- March 30, 2016During spring break, players from the U16 Boys Red team volunteered with the Green Forests Work organization, the American Chestnut Foundation and the Appalachian Regional Reforestation Initiative.   One of the common goals of these organizations is to re-establish healthy and productive forests on formerly mined lands in Appalachia.  The players, along with a group from from Angel’s Envy Bourbon and a group of college students from Missouri, spent the day planting 1,400 native hardwood trees (oaks, hickory, chestnut, cherry) in areas that were formerly strip-mined in parts of the Daniel Boone National Forest near London, KY.     If you are interested in learning more about or volunteering for this worthwhile cause, please visit the Green Forests Work website at website http://www.greenforestswork.org/

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