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The Freedom Soccer Club is a premier soccer club in the
Big Walnut/New Albany/Westerville and the Northeast Columbus
area featuring exciting competition among some of the most
motivated athletes in Ohio.

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US Deaf Team

Freedom Soccer Club player Casey King was invited to attend
the USA Deaf Women's Team Camp in Chula Vista California,
December 30 - January 3. Casey will  compete for a spot on the
 USA National Team for the up coming Deaf World Cup in Italy
 2016. We wish Casey all the best!


 U12 State Cup Champions

     Congratulations to the Girl's U12 Blue Team

                STATE CUP CHAMPIONS 2015

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Freedom Juniors

The Freedom Juniors soccer skill training program focuses on
helping children develop the technical foundation needed to enjoy
and play the game of soccer at the next level. This is accomplished
by placing the players in an age appropriate soccer environment
where they are guided by skilled, licensed and experience
instructors. The emphasis will be fun and individual technical


 Congratulations to our 2015 College Bound Athletes

2014-2015 Tournaments

U10 Blue

Tomato Cup Tournament Champions
MOSSL Spring Tournament Champions

U10 Blue 
Tomato Cup Tournament Champions
Buckeye Cup Tournament Champions
MOSSL Spring League Champions

U11 Blue
MOSSL Fall Tournament Finalists
MOSSL Fall League Champions

U12 Blue
Gahanna Fall Tournament Champions
OP Invitational Finalists
Cincy Challenge Tournament Champions
Adidas Warrior Fall Classic Tournament Champions
BPYSL Fall League Champions
State Cup Tournament Champions
Memorial Day Classic Tournament Champions
BPYSL Spring League Champions

U12 Blue
BSA Haunted House Finalists
Marietta Classic Tournament Finalists

U13 Blue
MOSSL Fall Tournament  Champions
Mayfest Tournament Champions
MOSSL Spring Tournament Finalists

U14 Blue
Dublin Charity Cup Tournament Champions

U14 Blue
Tournament Finalists
Marietta Classic Tournament Champions
MOSSL Spring Tournament Finalists
ODP News

Congratulations to the Freedom Soccer Club players who were selected to the Ohio South Olympic
Development 2015 State Pool:
Casey King, Maria Miller, Alainna Hoehnke,Katie Scott, Morgan Wiest, Rachel
Austin, Emily Hess, Thalia Johnson, Annie Thomas, Taylor Hickman, Niklas Iezzi, 
Charlie Breyfogle, Caleb Roehrenbeck

2014:  State Team
Katie Scott (U11), Deja Edwards (U14), Casey King (U14),  Gracie Dennison (U14),
Michaela Garner (U17), Becca Gordon (U17)

District Team - Mackenzie Schneider (U13), Madison Payne (U13), Ellen Weikert (U14).

Casey King(U15) was also invited to the USA Deaf Women's Soccer Team training camp
in July at Carnegie University. The women's team is in the process of preparing for the
2016 Deaf World Cup Tournament.

2013: State Team
Rachel Conaway (U16) and Becca Gordon (U16)

2012: State Team
Casey King (U12), Rachel Conaway (U15), Becca Gordon (U15), Danielle Dixon (U16),
and Jenna Zuberi (U17)

2011: State Team
Rachel Conaway (U14) and Meghan Jayes (U16)

2010:  State Team
Rachel Conaway (U13) and Becca Gordon (U13), Vanessa Eastwood (U14), Jenna Zuberi (U15)

2009:  State Team - Becca Gordon (U12)


US Youth Soccer

US Youth Soccer Affiliates Feed
  • Statement from Youth Council Technical Working Group to U.S. Soccer
    The Youth Council Technical Working Group unanimously agreed that there has been generally insufficient dialogue between the U.S. Soccer Federation technical staff and the technical leadership of the various youth membership organizations.
  • TOPSoccer Q&A: Ed DeMulder talks about being a TOPSoccer Coach
    Ed DeMulder was named the 2015 US Youth Soccer TOPSoccer Coach of the Year. He started the Essex, Vt., TOPSoccer program nine years ago with a handful of volunteers, about 20 players and 30 buddies. He travels to local high schools to promote TOPSoccer, speaks to players and explains the commitment of the program — which has led to having students on waiting lists hoping to become a buddy. The program now features 50 players and 90 buddies.
  • US Youth Soccer statement on U.S. Soccer’s birth-year registration mandate
    As previously announced in August 2015, US Youth Soccer, along with other youth soccer sanctioning bodies, will be implementing the U.S. Soccer Federation’s birth-year registration mandates on Aug. 1, 2016.

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