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SOCA U17 Boys Advance to Regional Semi, Girls Edged Out

The SOCA U17 Boys Elite have advanced to the USYS Region 1 semi-finals, where they will face Baltimore Bays of Maryland, today, Monday July 3, at 10:00 am.  The regional competition is being hosted by VYSA at the Virginia Soccer Training Center in Spotsylvania. The SOCA boys have cruised through their three group games posting… Read more »

Elite Teams Face Busy March Schedule

March is a busy time for SOCA U15-U11 Elite teams, with back-to-back weekends slated for double match days.  If all goes according to plan, most teams will complete four league matches in nine days. Over the March 25/26 weekend SOCA Elite teams made a road trip swing through Maryland, playing CCL club-to-club match-ups against Potomac… Read more »

SOCA-Charlottesville Classics Win Skyline Title

SOCA-Charlottesville Classic teams continued the club’s recent tradition of dominance in the Skyline Club Soccer League by capturing the Classic Club Champion trophy for the sixth consecutive season. The overall club championship is awarded seasonally based on cumulative points earned by all teams in the U12-U19 divisions. At the Classic level, SOCA-Charlottesville outpaced their nearest… Read more »

U15-U11 Elites Claim Silverware at CCL Generation Adidas Invitational

SOCA Elite Travel teams earned a treasure trove of trophies from the CCL Generations Adidas Club Invitational event held over the November 4-7 weekend.  In the unique event, which grouped four clubs to play three sets of club-to-club match ups over the weekend, SOCA claimed six division titles at U15 Boys, U15 Girls, U14 Boys,… Read more »

Augusta and Charlottesville Face Off in Premier Play

Representative Premier squads from SOCA’s two regions faced off in Skyline Club Soccer League play on Saturday at South Fork Soccer Park, once again creating the festive club atmosphere that has come to characterize the friendly intra-club rivalry between Augusta and Charlottesville. With league play coming into the home stretch several division races became more… Read more »

Elite and Charlottesville Premier Weekend Wrap-up

The SOCA Travel program is hitting the midpoint of the spring season, with most teams completing about half of their spring campaign to date. This past weekend South Fork Soccer Park hosted exciting action at both the Elite and Premier levels. On Sunday, April 17, in Elite level Club Champions League competition, SOCA was able… Read more »

Charlottesville Classic Teams Earn Skyline Club Crown

The SOCA-Charlottesville region Classic teams combined to claim the Fall 2015 Classic Club Championship title in the Skyline Club Soccer League.  The Club Championship is awarded to the club which earns the most points from all divisions in league play and SOCA-Charlottesville has won the title for the fifth consecutive season.  The club’s local dominance… Read more »

U17 Boys Get Nipped in State Semi

The SOCA U17 Boys Elite fell just short on their journey towards a state title this afternoon at the newly christened VYSA Virginia Soccer Training Center in Fredericksburg.   After conceding early in the state semifinal matchup with fellow CCL member Virginia Legacy, the SOCA boys couldn’t quite find the equalizer they needed to extend the… Read more »

SOCA U17 Boys Elite Seek State Title

The SOCA U17 Boys Elite team will be in Fredericksburg this weekend looking to take care of unfinished business.  Last year, the squad advanced all the way to the state championship game.  After finishing the game tied with Arlington SC the match advanced to overtime and eventually penalty kicks, where the team came up on… Read more »

Women SOCA Alumni Making Impact in the College Soccer Ranks

2014 saw another great class of talented players graduate out of the SOCA Elite travel program, including many players who decided to continue their soccer careers at the collegiate level.  Spanning different programs across the eastern seaboard and at every different level of intercollegiate play, the players continue to represent the SOCA community well. Leading… Read more »