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"UNITED" IS A PREMIER SOCCER CLUB SERVING

THE CENTRAL MA. AREA 

     "United" is a Central Massachusetts leader in Premier Youth Soccer. We offer boys and girls teams in the U-9/10 to U-18 divisions. Our philosophy emphasizes,  player development through skilled technique with the ball. We actively support our players throughout their growth and aggressively help pursue scholarship opportunities for our veteran club members as they graduate through our program.

 

 
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Clinic Weather Update
07/11/2017
Clinic is still on today (7/11) rain or shine 
Day 1 at Clinics in the book- join us for day two!
07/10/2017
Kids are having fun with our Coach Diego Fagundez this week at Worcester...
Great Memorial Day for the Boys 2006 and the Girls 2005 teams
07/05/2017
Over the Memorial Day Weekend the teams participated in the JSSA...
Welcome Diego Fagundez as our Newest Coach
04/13/2017
We are very excited to announce that a former player of FC UNITED...
Check out a Rising Star at United
01/05/2017
One of our own, Cole Galicia took part in a very cool commercial...
A Fun Practice with Diego Fagundez
09/23/2016
  From: Youth Soccer Insider: Fagundez's Perfect...
 
Clinic Weather Update

Clinic is still on today (7/11) rain or shine 


by posted 07/11/2017
Day 1 at Clinics in the book- join us for day two!

Kids are having fun with our Coach Diego Fagundez this week at Worcester State University.  

Feel free to join us!  

Daily campers welcome just $45 a day!  Register at the field. 

 

 

 

 

 


by posted 07/10/2017
Great Memorial Day for the Boys 2006 and the Girls 2005 teams

Over the Memorial Day Weekend the teams participated in the JSSA Memorial Day Tournament.  The Boys 2006 Team came in 1st in their U11 division while the Girls 05 team amde it to the Semi's in their division.  Both teams had a fun weekend:

 


by posted 07/05/2017
Welcome Diego Fagundez as our Newest Coach

We are very excited to announce that a former player of FC UNITED will be joining our coaching staff. Diego Fagundez, a profesional soccer player will share his knowledge of the game he loves so much with our U18-19 boys team. Diego's father, a former National Uruguayan goal keeper will assist him. Washington is also our club goalie coach. Welcome guys!

   


by posted 04/13/2017
Check out a Rising Star at United

Cole

One of our own, Cole Galicia took part in a very cool commercial for Copa America!!  Check him out in the Messi shirt!!  Nice!

GIBSON-COPA CUP from Old Harbor Productions on Vimeo.

 


by posted 01/05/2017
A Fun Practice with Diego Fagundez


 

From: Youth Soccer Insider: Fagundez's Perfect Playmate;

With MLS's 19th season kicking off this weekend, the Youth Soccer Insider's "When They Were Children" series is looking back at the formative years of some of the league's brightest stars, starting with a teen sensation and last year's league MVP.

By Mike Woitalla

Diego Fagundez (New England Revolution)
The 19-year-old Diego Fagundez is so popular among the New England Revolution’s young fans that his teammates call him “MLS’s Justin Bieber.”

For a kid who aimed to be a goalscorer, Fagundez had a very suitable playmate. His father, Washington Fagundez, had been professional goalkeeper.

“He never coached my team,” said Diego, now already in his fourth MLS season. “But we’d go to a field and shoot around. That’s how I better. We’d get 20 balls and take shots everyday. He would show me where good shots go, where no keeper can reach. Then I’d aim for those spots.”

Fagundez finished the 2013 season with a team-leading 13 goals, which upped his league total to 17, breaking the record for most MLS goals by a teen.

Fagundez’s introduction to the soccer ball came when he started kicking one around the house and he said he already played on a team at age 3 in Uruguay. His father played for Montevideo club Central Espanol. When Diego was 5, the family went on vacation to the USA to visit relatives and never left, settling in Leominster, Mass., where Diego joined the local recreational league.

“I was playing Leominster youth soccer and another coach said I should join his club [FC United],” said Fagundez. “I didn’t even know what travel team was, but for me that was a step forward.”

After playing with F.C. United and FC Greater Boston Bolts, Fagundez joined the Revolution’s Academy program. In November of 2010, he signed a senior contract with the Revs. Fagundez got rides from his parents to high school and Revs’ practices.

“When I was 7 years old I would go around telling my teachers I’m going to be a professional soccer player,” he said. “They’d say, 'No, you have to finish school …’ and this and that, ‘It’s hard to be a professional.’ To this day I still laugh when I see those teachers and tell them, ‘See, I told you.’”
 

by posted 09/23/2016
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