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SOCA Teams Win Eleven Titles on Big Tourny Weekend

SOCA Travel teams hit the road for a giant tournament weekend November 17-19, as most squads were putting the wraps on their fall season.  Forty six SOCA teams competed in four different events to showcase their skills and test their mettle against regional competition.  SOCA teams claimed 11 division championships demonstrating again the depth and… Read more »

Charlottesville Premier Boys Rock at Fall Classic

The fall season concluded in grand style for three of SOCA’s Charlottesville Premier boys teams with championship performances at the Capital Fall Classic on the November 11, 12 weekend in Richmond.  Over all age groups, U11-U19, the Charlottesville Premier boys posted an impressive 69% winning performance, with 15 wins and seven ties against only five… Read more »

Elite Girls Succeed at Bethesda Tourny

SOCA’s Elite girls went on the road to the Bethesda Premier Cup over the November 10-12 weekend and battled top competition from the mid-Atlantic region.  Entrance into the highly regarded Bethesda event is never easy, as the organizers are uncommonly selective when admitting teams to the competition.  All nine of SOCA’s Elite girls teams did… Read more »

SOCA to Participate in 2018 CCL PRO-23 League

SOCA recently announced plans to participate in both Men’s and Women’s CCL PRO23 beginning summer 2018.  CCL PRO23 will provide former SOCA players and current collegiate players an opportunity to participate in quality training and superior competition during the off-season summer months. The Club Champions League (CCL) operates the regional, professionally-managed, competitive, Under-23 league.  CCL PRO23 began play… Read more »

Seven SOCA Elite Squads in Cup Final Eight

SOCA Elite teams have found success on the State Cup fields this fall season with seven teams now advanced to the quarterfinal round.   With the single elimination format, Cup play is unforgiving and only consistently high performing teams progress through the tournament. SOCA is known as a club producing quality teams capable of competing for… Read more »

SOCA Finishes Year Top Four in CCL Play

SOCA’s Elite squads closed out the 2016/2017 CCL (Club Campions League) season, by finishing an impressive fourth overall, battling among 16 of the region’s top youth clubs.  The local club amassed 182 points across all age group divisions, U12-U19, boys and girls.  Finishing in the top four in CCL is a remarkable accomplishment given the… Read more »

SOCA-Charlottesville Tops Skyline Premier and Classic Divisions

SOCA-Charlottesville claimed both the Premier and Classic spring season club championship crowns in the Skyline Club Soccer League competition.  The Charlottesville-based squads earned 48 points to outpace CVU, who finished with 43 points.  SOCA last won the Premier division club championship in 2010, so the long wait was greeted with excitement by the club. At… Read more »

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 »

Three SOCA Squads Chase VYSA State Cup

Three SOCA Elite squads remain in the VYSA State Cup competition after the most recent round of matches on April 29.  The U14 Boys, U14 Girls and U13 Boys are all through to the quarter-final round of play and will seek to punch their ticket to the semi-finals in matches this coming Saturday, May 6. The… Read more »

SOCA Advances Two More Teams in State Cup

On Saturday, April 22 two SOCA Elite teams advanced in the VYSA State Cup competition with resounding wins over visiting squads from opposite corners of the state. Despite threatening weather and some light rain, the matches proceeded in the friendly home environs of South Fork Soccer Park, where the hosts handed out big defeats.  The… Read more »