BORN IN THE YEARS 2013-2014:
Challenge League. One practice and one game per week. The focus is on developing fundamental soccer skills and having fun. March 4 - May 11. Outdoors at Alliance Park and Watt Road. Indoors at D1 Indoor Sports. Head coaches specialize in working with this age group. $65 per player includes a game shirt. Register HERE.
BORN IN THE YEARS 2011-2012
Boys Elite Soccer League and Girls Elite Soccer League. Two practices and one game per week. Each team wears the uniform of a professional team (Manchester United, Real Madrid, etc.), which is included in the league fee. The focus is on the early stages of the FC Alliance curriculum, which develops beginner and intermediate skills, while providing advanced players additional training. March 4 - May 11. Outdoors at Alliance Park and Watt Road. Indoors at D1 Indoor Sports. Licensed and trained professional coaches. $215 per player includes complete uniform. Register HERE.
BORN IN THE YEARS 2000-2010.
Competitive travel soccer. Beginner to Elite. We offer teams ranging from young beginner teams to teams for players who are college prospects. Travel is limited in the younger age groups; however, our most advanced older teams play in Elite Clubs National League (ECNL). For more information, contact Chad Stocton at the Help Desk (865-659-6074) or email HERE.
REGISTER FOR TRYOUTS HERE (HELD IN MAY & JUNE) HERE
FC Alliance is on the of the top youth soccer clubs in the southeast region of the United States and a national competitor. Over 320 players have moved on to play college soccer since 2010, as each senior class sends 20-40 players to the next level. Players move on to all levels of play, ranging from NAIA to NCAA Division 1 Power 5 (SEC, ACC, B10, etc.).
In late 2018, FC Alliance was honored to receive US Club Soccer's inaugural Players First License. The national governing body identified 46 youth soccer clubs in the United States that met very specific criteria, and FC Alliance is the only club in the state of Tennessee to achieve this stature. Although there were 19 different categories evaluated, the five pillars in earning Players First Licensing status are showing excellence in player development, club development, coaching development, player health and safety, and parent engagement and education. The acceptance process was exhaustive, but well worth it! See the entire list HERE