FOSC Academy (ages 5-8) Winter 2017 program info has been released. Click here for more information on registration.
FOSC Winter Training Schedule has been released. Click for complete listing.
Update 11/20: A reminder that there winter training will not be held this week as we break for Thanksgiving. Training will resume next week. Have a great holiday!
FOSC Uniform Ordering info (Soccer Village) for all 2016-2017 teams is now available on this "Forms" portion of this site.
FOSC Club Spirit Wear: Show your club support! Items now available at Soccer Village locations.
**NEW: FOSC has upgraded to a NEW registration system hosted with Blue Sombrero. Need to access your account to pay fees, register for tryouts or view player info?
NEW: Follow FOSC on Twitter:
FOSC on Facebook...
Take a minute and check out FOSC's FACEBOOK page!! It's a great way for past and present FOSC players, trainers, and parents to stay in touch with each other and find out what's new with the club. Post discussion topics, share game highlights, or just say hello! Go to facebook.com and search for FOSC soccer.
FOSC Game Rescheduling:
All rescheduled games using FOSC fields will be handled by FOSC Ref Assignor, Randy Clark. More info and the reschedule form is available in the forms section of this site.
FOSC Club contact address:
Club fee payments and other mail can be sent to our mailing address:
P.O. Box 18252
Fairfield, OH 45018
IMPORTANT CUSL REGISTRATION INFO
All information on CUSL registration for teams playing in the Fall is now available in the "FORMS" section. All admins should read this immediately for important dates and procedures for the upcoming season.
If you have any questions please contact Club Registrar, Marcy Piatt
FOSC will again offer a multi-player rebate to families with three or more children (U-10 and above) playing for FOSC this upcoming season. The multi-player rebate form is available in the "FORMS" section of this site.
Have photos, articles or news about FOSC club teams or events? Click here to send an email.
|Mark Your Calendar|
|Sirens sign FOSC Alumni / Staff to 2016 Season|The Cincinnati Sirens, playing in the WPSL (Womens Premier Soccer League) and based in Cincinnati, have announced the signings of Lauren Marcum (FOSC alumni) and Stacey Rhodis (FOSC coach) to their roster for the 2016 season.
For more details, visit the "Players" section of this site.
|FOSC's class of 2015|We wish to congratulate the following FOSC players as they continue their soccer careers in college in the future. Best wishes on these exciting athletic and academic opportunities!
Nathan Williams - University of Findlay
Will Cunningham - Mount St. Joseph University
Tyler Shotwell - Wheeling Jesuit University
Connor Horne - Thomas More College
Brayden Bolser - Mount St. Joseph University
Matthew Noland - University of Rio Grande
Corey Huneke - Shawnee State
Emily Calvani Xavier University
McKenzie Chappell Malone University
Holly Denny University of Southern Indiana
Madi Kah Ohio University
Morgan Langhammer University of Evansville
Stacie Morris Cleveland State University
Annika Pater Eastern Kentucky University
Katie Ravenna Wake Forest University
Danielle Ruffalo University of Dayton
Evie Stepaniak Cincinnati State University
Abby Tamm Ohio Dominican University
Sadie Schumann - University of Southern Indiana
Michaela Begley - Johnson University
2016 Verbal Commitments
Malia Berkely Florida State University
Kayln KK Smith Cleveland State University
|OXFORD PHYSICAL THERAPY TRAINING TIP:|Spring Sports Tip: Concussion Information
In efforts to protect young athletes, the State of Ohio has passed a concussion law, commonly called the "Return to Play" law. This law, similar to laws enacted in most other states, imposes training, safety, and awareness requirements on youth sports organizations, like OSYSA, and its leagues, tournaments, coaches, referees, officials, and athletes and their families.
A concussion is a minor traumatic brain injury caused by a bump, blow, or jolt to the head. Concussions can also be caused from a blow to the body that causes the head and brain to move rapidly back and forth. Even what seems to be a mild bump to the head can be serious. Oxford Physical Therapy has compiled information for athletes that includes recognizing concussion symptoms and recommended courses of action following a suspected concussion. Click here to read the entire article.
If you have any questions or would like more information about this topic from the Oxford athletic trainer at our Fairfield office at 513-874-1999 or visit us on the web at www.oxfordphysicaltherapy.com
|FOSC SCHOLARSHIP FUND DONATIONS|During the fall and spring seasons FOSC seeks to provide financial assistance to players in need. Applications can be found on this site in the forms section and submission deadlines will be posted here.
If you or your business would like to donate to the FOSC player scholarship fund, please contact Mike Russo.
|OXFORD PHYSICAL THERAPY PARTNERS WITH FOSC AT GAMETIME TRAINING CENTER|
FOSC is proud to continue its partnership with Oxford Physical Therapy. The Oxford Physical Therapy trainers are available for player screenings / consultations at their location in Gametime Training Center in Fairfield during the following hours:
Monday - Thursday 7 am - 7 pm
Friday - 7 am - 4 pm
Oxford Physical Therapy Tri-County/Fairfield
530B Quality Blvd (GameTime Training Center)
Oxford on Facebook & YouTube
|The FOSC Academy FAQ|
A detailed question and answer section is now available for those parents that are interested in more details regarding the Academy by FOSC. Many items are addressed including; cost, time commitment, goals, how success is judge, and a lot more. The Academy Q and A can be found in the Academy section under "ACADEMY FAQ".