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  • Arizona Renegades Soccer Club | All Tucson, Sahuarita | Phone: 520-312-2767

    President: Ed Payan RenegadesSoccerClub@cox.net | Registrar: Christine Payan RenegadesSoccerClub@cox.net

    Renegades Soccer Club – Serving Pima County – Primarily in South Tucson, East Tucson and Sahuarita. We are committed to our players and families. Hablamos Espanol!! If you are interested in our club, please contact Ed @ RenegadesSoccerClub@cox.net or 520-312-2767. Now accepting players and teams for upcoming season.

  • AYSO United Arizona | Northwest Tucson, Marana | 480-620-7108

    Club Administrator: Juni Cruz JuniCruz@aysounited.org | Director of Coaching Ed Alameda EdAlameda@aysounited.org

    AYSO United Arizona program provides world class youth soccer programs that enrich your children’s lives. Please visit the AYSO United Arizona website.

  • CDO Soccer Club | Northwest-Oro Valley-Marana | Phone: 520-256-1113-Pres or 520-390-2326-VP

    President: Casey Rouintree – cdoscpresident@gmail.com

    Vice President: Chris Towns – cdosoccervp@gmail.com

    Registrar: Erin Lawson – cdoregistrar@gmail.com

    CDO Soccer Club has a wide range of teams suitable for players of all ages and abilities. Teams train locally in Oro Valley, NW Tucson and Marana. Although we are located mostly on the north-northwest sides of town, we do have players that travel from all areas. Please call us with questions!

    Visit www.cdosoccer.com

  • FC Tucson Youth Soccer Club | City Wide | (520) 241-2794

    President: Ted Schmidt tschmidt@azinjurylaw.com | Registrar: Kim Kenworthy kim.kenworthy@gmail.com

    FC Tucson Youth Soccer Club was created by the joining together of two of the largest soccer clubs in Southern Arizona. The combined club has also partnered with Phoenix Rising FC’s Premier Development League team, FC Tucson. We will have the same programs and standards of excellence you have come to expect from TSA and TVSC, with the added benefits of having access to Phoenix Rising FC professional first team coaches and professional players (some of whom also currently play for their countries’ national teams) to help mentor and teach our players and staff. All involved believe the combined organization marries the strengths of both clubs and will better serve both recreational and competitive players.
    Visit our Facebook Page

  • Freedom Soccer Club | Southeast | 520 747-8591

    President: Fred Copeland freedomsc01@aol.com | Registrar: Cheryl Copeland allfreedom12_989@msn.com

    TEAMS, COACHES, PLAYERS NEEDED:
    At this time, Freedom Soccer Club is accepting new teams, players and coaches. We are looking for U6 – U18 players both boys and girls. If interested, please email Fred Copeland freedomsc01@aol.com. For registration details, please see the club website at www.freedomsc.org.

  • RSL-AZ Souther Arizona | City Wide, Sahuarita, Marana, Nogales, Safford | Phone: 520-419-4829

    President and Chief Financial Officer: Detlef D Lange dlange@rslaz.org

    Immediate Past President and Member At Large: Gordon McKenzie gmckenzie5@msn.com

    Registrar: Atasha Lilly-Nolen alillynolen@hotmail.com

    RSL-AZ Southern Arizona is part of the biggest and most elite youth soccer club in all of Arizona. We can now offer MLS Elite Youth Academy League, Girls Academy League, ECNL, DPL, National League, and Regional League options to our elite level players. We will continue to offer our local recreational programs to ensure every player has a place to enjoy the game of soccer. We will also host an In-House Developmental Academy for the little ones, age 3-12.

    Registration (ages 3-18) : Registration Procedure

  • FC Sonora | Central, Southwest & Sahuarita | Phone: 520-225-9518

    President: Chris Cox chris.cox@fcsonora.org | Registrar: Heather Moore heatherrific@gmail.com

    Visit our website for more information, www.fcsonora.org Check the website for team U9-U18 looking for players
    Register online for Randolph Youth Development Program, ages 3-8

  • Southern AZ Cardinals SC | Sahuarita and Southern Pima County | Phone: (520) 284-5194

    President: Jorge Linares jorgesauto@yahoo.com  | Registrar: Jennifer Rinn – registrar@soazsc.com

    Sahuarita based soccer club teams now forming for play in the PCJSL. Players, Teams and Coaches interested in starting with SASC this season should contact the club directly at 520-284-5194, visit our website for more information, please use our “contact us” page on the website. Para información en espanól, llame Jorge Linares @ 520-284-8626 o escribanos correo electronico: registrar@soazsc.com



    Spartans Futbol Club | City Wide | Phone: – (954) 691-6687

    President: Anthony Espinosa spartanfutbolclub@gmail.com  | Registrar: Anthony Espinosa spartanfutbolclub@gmail.com

    For more information about our programs, please visit us at http://fcspartans.org/

  • Tucson Aztecs | City Wide | Phone: 520-235-6438

    President: Rene Yebra info@tucsonaztecsclub.com | Registrar: Audrey Yerba Yebra4@msn.com

    For more information about our programs, please visit us at www.tucsonaztecsclub.com

  • Tucson Mountains SFC | City Wide | Phone: 520-743-9574

    President: Detlef Lange detleflange@hotmail.com | Registrar: Sally Lange sflange@comcast.net

    All registration information is posted on our website at www.tmsfc.net (member Ft Lowell/ Tucson Mountains Alliance).
    Please contact Detlef Lange at 743-9574, or by email at coachdetlef@hotmail.com for additional information.

    Alliance Partner Fort Lowell Rush

  • Vail Soccer Club | Vail | Phone: 520-398-5850
    President: Bill Biagi vailsoccerclub@cox.net | Registrar:

    Please visit our website at http://www.vailsoccerclub.org for additional information.

  • AZ Champions FC | City Wide | Phone: 520-909-1465

    President: Ricardo Hinds rjhindsm@gmail.com

    AZ Champions FC is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that is dedicated to the education of children through sport and specifically via soccer. The philosophy of the club is to provide a positive, safe and healthy environment where children and young adults can learn soccer skills, develop character, and learn positive social behaviors through teamwork and competition. Our job is also to make it fun, and instill in young players a lifelong passion for the beautiful game

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