Our Mission – About Us

FC Carolina Alliance provides youth soccer training and development to players of all ages, genders and abilities. We foster commitment, teamwork, and sportsmanship, with a goal of achieving FUN and rewarding experiences, that encourage the development of well rounded young adults.

FC Carolina Alliance (FCCA) was founded in 1997 and formerly known as Cabarrus Soccer Association. As a US Youth Soccer Association and a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization, we promote and advance youth soccer opportunities in the greater metro Charlotte area. In 2004, the club merged with Tri-County Football Club to form FC Carolina Alliance. As one of the areas most established youth soccer organizations in North Carolina we offer programs at the Pre-Academy, Youth Academy, Challenge and Classic levels. We have  competitive teams playing out of Rowan, Cabarrus and Mecklenburg Counties competing regionally and nationally through the North Carolina Youth Soccer Association. Through the direction of a Volunteer Executive Board of Directors our clubs fulll time Directors oversee the development of the players, vision of the club, and continued outreach into the communities. Working alongside our Directors, our great staff of professional coaches and full time administrative staff handle the day to day operations of the club.

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PLAYER DEVELOPMENT

Through our full service club, we strive to instill a simple philosophy. Through hard work, determination, commitment, and teamwork we all can achieve great success. Our goal is to ensure each player who comes though our programs developing these ideals. We proudly to offer year round programs that not only promote the development of technical ability, creative thinking and psychological growth, but also promote the ideals of our club philosophy.


COLLEGE MENTOR PROGRAM

FCCA has formed exclusive alliances with our local university, UNC Charlotte, to ensure appropriate development and exposure our players to the next soccer level. We host various clinics and mentor programs with the Varsity Men’s and Women’s Soccer Teams, in an effort to provide positive role models to our young and aspiring soccer players. At the Academy age we have a unique mentor program where the college players work with a team each throughout the spring season. We want our players to aspire to play at the highest level they can and working with current players from one of the most accomplished collegiate programs in recent history helps us facilitate these goals and encourage the growth and development of our players.

Who We Are

Peter Broadley – Email
Executive Director

  • NSCAA Senior Staff / Instructor
  • NC Coaching Education Staff / Instructor
  • USYS Region III Staff Coach
  • NC Olympic Development Program Staff Coach
  • NC Olympic Development Program Steering Committee
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Additional Experience

  •  NSCAA Mike Berticelli Excellence in Coaching Education Award
  • UNC Greensboro Athletic Hall of Fame Member
  • 2 time Conference Semi-Finalist with High Point University
  • Conference Finalist with High Point University
  • 2 time National Finalist with Catawba College
  • 2 time Regional Champion with Catawba College
  • 5 time Conference Champion with Catawba College
  • 2 time DIII National Champion with UNCG
  • Executive Director, Cape Fear Soccer Association
  • Olympic Development Program Region III Staff
  • Head Men’s Coach, High Point University
  • Head Men’s Coach, Catawba College
  • Assistant Coach, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
  • Assistant Coach, Old Dominion University
  • Director of Coaching, Piedmont Triad FC

Jason Osborne 
U14 – U18 Boys Director of Player Development

  • 6 year FCCA Staff Member
  • Assistant Coach, UNC Charlotte Men’s Soccer

Additional Experience

  • Stetson University Athletic Hall of Fame Member
  • Conference USA Champions with UNCC
  • Atlantic 10 Conference Champions with UNCC
  • NC Olympic Development Program Staff Coach
  • Associate Head Coach At Gardner-Webb University
  • Stetson University’s Division 1 Men’s Team
  • 3 time First-Team All-Atlantic Sun at Stetson University
  • England International Futsal Team (8 Caps)
  • Represented Great Britain at World University Games, Thailand (2007)
  • Represented Great Britain at World University Games, Turkey (2005)

Chaz Montero –
Director of Coaching

  • Third Year Staff Member

Additional Experience

  • USSF E License
  • USSF F License
  • NC State Mens Club Soccer Coach
  • NC State D1 Men’s Team
  • Catawba College DII Men’s Tea
  • Wake Technical Men’s Soccer
  • Mooresville High School Varsity Player

Kevin Broadley –
Technical Advisor

  • First Year Staff Member
  • USL Pro and W-Leage Official
  • National Intercollegiate Soccer Official

Additional Experience

  • NSCAA National Diploma
  • NSCAA Advanced Regional Diploma
  • USSF D Licence
  • NC Olympic Development Program Staff Coach
  • High Point University’s Division 1 Men’s Team
  • Big South Conference Finalist, High Point University

Aaron Weldon –
Team Coach

  • 3 Year Staff Member
  • NC Olympic Development Program Staff Coach

Additional Experience

  • FA Level 1 Coaching Badge
  • USSF E License
  • Assistant Coach, Belmont Abbey Men’s Team
  • UNC Charlotte Division I Men’s Team
  • National Finalist with UNC Charlotte Mens Soccer
  • Belmont Abbey Division II Men’s Team
  • U18 England Schoolboys Pool Player
  • Notts County FC, England

Tryouts

Archived Post from 27th May 2013.

FCCA is a premier youth-soccer organization catering to players in Cabarrus County, Rowan County and Huntersville.

Players receive professional coaching from a staff of over 15 collegiate level coaches, former professional and collegiate players.

Our coaches follow the US Soccer Federation Curriculum to educate our players. We offer specialized Goalkeeping and Speed & Agiity classes to our members and a one of a kind Mentor Program with UNC Charlotte and Catawba College players to our Acadmey teams.

 

Registration Fee $30 ($40 after 5/19/2013)
TRYOUT SCHEDULE:

  • FCCA Cabarrus
  • FCCA Rowan
  • FCCA Huntersville

Fall 2013 Coaches

SIBLING DISCOUNT

FCCA offers a sibling discount for families that have more than one (1) child participating in all Academy, Challenge, and Classic programs. The sibling discount is $50 off every additional player in the same household after the first player. The $50 discount will be applied to your payment schedule when you register multiple players on your account.

 

POST TRYOUTS

 

Upon being placed on a Classic, Challenge or Academy team, players will have to bring the following information to the Player/Parent meeting or delivered to the FCCA Club office prior to June 7th 2013.
This information is needed to process NCYSA Player Card (All Players will need a NCYSA Player Card to participate in the program.) All information needs to be turned into the club office no later than June 7th 2013:

 

1) A copy of player’s Birth Certificate
2) 1in x 1in Photo of the player (head shot)
3) A completed and printed NCYSA Medical Waiver. Please click here for the NCYSA form.

 

Please place the completed medical wavier, copy of Birth Certificate, and 1in x 1in photo in an envelope labeled with your first/last name, age group, and team name.  All documents need to be delivered before June 7th 2013. If the office is closed, please slide all documentation under the office door. Make sure that the information is in an envelope and properly labeled.

FCCA PLAYER/PARENT MEETING:

After tryouts, FCCA will be holding Player / Parent Meetings for Cabarrus, Huntersville, and Rowan players and parents. These meetings are for Club Orientation and Player registrations.
The 2013/2014 FCCA Parent/Player meeting will take place at 6pm on Sunday, June 2nd 2013 at the Embassy Suites Concord. The meeting will be for all rostered players and their parents in the Cabarrus, Rowan, and Huntersville areas. We highly encourage you to come to learn more about FCCA and meet your coaches for this coming year.

 

Meeting Agenda
Club Presentation
Meet/Greet with Players, Coaches, and Parents

 

Location

Embassy Suites Concord
5400 John Q. Hammon Drive
Concord, NC 28027

News & Events Updates

FCCA News & Events

Archived post from 27th May 2013.

NEW FCCA SOCCER DIRECTORS STRUCTURE

Effective as of May 20th 2013 the FCCA Directors of Coaching will reshuffle positions to form a new FCCA Soccer Structure. This new model will enable our Directors to focus on player development in a more defined field as player’s transition through the different levels of the game.

The Directors can now implement in detail the FCCA and USSF soccer curriculums, formulate best practices and guidelines beneficial to player development at the 4-8, 8-10, 11-14, and 15-18 levels.

FCCA 2013/2014 SOCCER STRUCTURE:
FCCA Executive Director: Shane Carew
FCCA U15-U18 Boys & Girls Director: Jason Strange
FCCA U11-U14 Boys & Girls Director: Luke Exley
FCCA Academy Director: Zander Deitz
FCCA Director of Soccer Development: Liam Shannon
FCCA Huntersville Director: Eric Vogl

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FCCA U18 Girls Elite Participate in City of Las Vegas Mayor Cup International Showcase
Congratulations to the FCCA U18 Girls Elite who recently participated in the City of Las Vegas Mayor Cup International Showcase.
This once in a lifetime trip was a huge success as the team played teams from California, Washington, Kansas and Wisconsin. Many thanks to coach Nick Brown and all involved in making this trip happen and exposing our players to West Coast soccer!

FCCA U11 Cabarrus Girls Elite win Concorde Fire Challenge Cup in Atlanta
Congratulations to the FCCA U11 Cabarrus Girls Elite on winning the Concorde Fire Challenge Cup in Atlanta. The team coached by Mick Wakeman went 4-0 all weekend without conceding a goal.

FCCA Hires new Academy & Challenge Director Zander Deitz and promotes Luke Exley as Classic Boys Director
FC Carolina Alliance is delighted to announce the hiring of Zander Deitz as the new Academy & Challenge Director. Luke Exley has also been promoted to Classic Boys Director beginning with immediate effect.
As Director of the Academy and Challenge programs Deitz is responsible for all soccer operations for both programs. In addition, Zander will take the lead in progressing the FCCA-UNC Charlotte Mentor Program in which UNCC college soccer players assist in coaching and performing as positive role models to FCCA teams and players. To read more on Deitz’s bio click here.

Exley has been promoted to Classic Boys Director having served as Academy & Challenge Director for the past three years. Exley will continue to build on a highly successful classic boys program with three premier teams and 17 players having signed college commitments this year.
To read more on Exleys bio click here.

“We are very excited with the addition of Zander to our full time staff. His enthusiasm and passion to teach, make him a perfect fit as our Academy and Challenge Director,” says Executive Director Shane Carew.

“At FCCA we believe in promotion from within and we are keen for Luke to continue in his education of the game now at the older classic level. His willingness to learn combined with a deep knowledge of the college game is vital to pass on our our older players,” states Carew on Exleys role.
FCCA Hires Eric Vogl as New Huntersville Director of Coaching
FCCA Announce Eric Vogl As New Huntersville DOC

FCCA is pleased announce the appointment of Eric Vogl, as our new Director of Coaching for Huntersville. Eric’s responsibilities will include all aspects of player/team development for all our FCCA Huntersville Boys & Girls teams.

Vogl started played club soccer with Fayetteville lighting in GA from the ages of 9-13. During his time at Lightning he also played for the 1986 Georgia State ODP team and captained the 1986 Region III team. At the age of 14 Eric went on to represent the United States by playing for the USMNT for their U14, 16 and U17 age groups. Eric went on to play at Furman University and the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. He has been coaching since 2009 where he developed players within the Huntersville area.

FCCA Hire Former UNC Charlotte Standouts

FCCA is excited to welcome professional soccer players Issac Cowles and Charles Rodriguez to our coaching staff. The former UNC Charlotte 49er standouts have both enjoyed successful first seasons with United Soccer League (USL) teams Charlotte Eagles and Willington Hammerheads.

Rodriguez joined former FCCA coach Andreas Cuero at the Wilmington Hammerheads. Both players experienced fantastic careers at UNC Charlotte, and were both integral members of the team that went to the 2011 College Cup final for the first time in the school history.

This past January, Rodriguez was drafted in the third round of Major League Soccer’s Supplemental Draft by the DC United. He participated in DC United’s preseason training camp. Last season, Rodriguez was named first-team Soccer America and NSCAA All-American. Rodriguez, who also earned first-team All-Atlantic 10 honors, anchored a 49ers defense that had nine shutouts and limited 21 foes to a goal or less. Charlotte’s defense only allowed four goals in 580 minutes of NCAA Tournament action.
During the spring Cowles was invited to practice with the Colorado Rapids of the MLS where he also participated in the team’s pre season. In addition to being named Most Valuable Defensive Player of the College Cup, Cowles was one of four Niners to be named to the NCAA All-Tournament Team.

Isaac and Charles will also be starting their coaching careers this season with FCCA. Isaac will be taking a U10 Girls Cabarrus and U15 Boys Cabarrus team while Charles will be coaching a U11 Girls Cabarrus team.

FCCA is extremely proud and excited that we will be adding two great players to our coaching staff who will be able to pass on their knowledge of the game to the young players they will be working with each week.

“The wonderful partnership FCCA we have with UNC Charlotte allows us the opportunity to recruit former players to our evergrowing coaching staff. We are delighted to welcome Issac and Chuck to the club.”

Shane Carew, FCCA EDOC

Walk Now for Autism Speaks FCCA Participates in the Carolina
FC Carolina Alliance has teamed up with the Greater Charlotte Chapter of Autism Speaks to help increase autism awareness in the community and support fundraising for Carolinas Walk Now for Autism Speaks on October 27, 2012 at Charlotte Motor Speedway.

FCCA will walk as a club wide team at the event. All players are asked to wear their FCCA Autism Speaks green uniform during the walk to help raise awareness.

To register for the walk please visit the Walk Now For Autism Speak website.

It will ask you to join or support a team.
Enter FCCA
Find FCCA highlighted in blue and click on it
This is the team page.

Walk Now for Autism Speaks is a fun-filled, family friendly event and is the single most powerful force to fund vital research that will lead us to the answers we need. Experience the power of thousands united by a single cause by joining Walk Now for Autism Speaks. Autism is the fastest-growing serious developmental disorder in the U.S. – we need more volunteers to join our fight. Whether this is your first walk or the 10th, take the first step and register today. You will not only raise funds, but you will become a part of a fun and supportive family-focused community.

Ca Final results are coming in the 3rd week of Jan 2017. More details @ Ca final results by cacracker.in

CPT results December 2016 are going to be declared in Jan 2017.

IPCC results are declared two weeks later, for latest update check this link.

CA Result update site: www.icai.nic.in

Every 11 minutes, another family receives the devastating news that their child has an autism spectrum disorder. Don’t wait another minute – join the FCCA club wide team walk today!

FCCA U18 Girls Win Greensboro Score Showcase Tournament
Congratulations to the FCCA U18 Girls on winning the Greensboro Score Showcase Tournament in July.

Evan James Named to Canada’s Olympic Qualifying Roster
Former Charlotte 49ers men’s soccer standout midfielder Evan James (pictured below), who plays for Major League Soccer’s Montreal Impact, was selected to Canada’s U-23 National Team roster for the CONCACAF Olympic Qualifying tournament. FCCA would like to wish Evan the very Best!

Summer Camps

FCCA Summer Camp Details

ARCHIVED POST FROM 27th May 2013

FCCA POSITION SPECIFIC TRAINING CAMP

Want to excel at your position? Train with former professional and collegiate players to learn the techniques and tactics used to play in your position at the FCCA Position Specific Training Camp.

Each session will cover the technical components that a goalkeeper, defender, midfielder, and striker needs offensively and defensively, to be able to master his/her position on the field.
 

DATE & LOCATION: June 24th-June 27th Hayes Soccer Complex

July 22nd-July 25th Huntersville (Location TBA)
TIMES: 6:30-8:30pm

AGES: U9-U18 Boys & Girls

COST: $85

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FCCA TEAM PRE-SEASON CAMP

The FCCA Team Pre-Season Camp is designed for every player to train in his/her team to prepare for the fall season.The curriculum is designed to combine a strong emphasis on the technical, tactical and physical
attributes of a player to enhance their soccer development ahead of their respective season.

DATE & LOCATION: August 5-8th, location TBA
TIMES: 6:00-8:30pm

AGES: U9-U18 Boys & Girls

COST: $90 ____________________________________________________________________________________

FCCA FUTSAL CAMP

Want to excel at your foot skills? Learn the techniques and ability to be able to play quick and work your way out of tight spaces with great ball skill. Futsal is soccer played with a unique Futsal Ball designed to help players focus on technical ability. Each session will cover the technical components including foot skill moves, passing & receiving as well as in game playing & scrimmages at the end of day 1 & 2 with “Futsal World Cup” games day 3 & 4.
 

TIMES: 9:00AM-12:00PM

AGES: U8-U13 Boys & Girls

COST: $105

 


Jr. Summer Soccer Camp

The Junior Summer Soccer Camp is for boys and girls aged 4 – 8. The main purpose of the camp is fun, with the positive side-effect of learning good soccer habits and techniques.
Children engage in fun, age-appropriate “games” throughout the week to enhance dribbling, passing, and shooting technique and the positive traits of sportsmanship, teamwork and fair competition.
Registration is limited to the first 24 participants to sign up.
Registration closes July 1st.
Times: 9am-12pm
Ages: 4-8 year olds (Boys & Girls)
Cost: $100
Max Enrollment: 24

Tournaments

FCCA Soccer Tournaments Details:

FCCA hosts three of the areas finest youth soccer tournaments:

FCCA First Strike

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FCCA 3v3 Live Soccer Tour

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8th Annual FCCA Carolina Shootout