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Apopka Girls Under 18 Soccer Club representing Florida at Regional Presidents Cup


In a testament to their skill and dedication, the Central Florida Soccer Club Under-18 (U18) girls’ team secured a spot in the State’s President Cup competition in Plano, Texas. This achievement comes after their impressive performance in the State’s President Cup competition in the U18 division.

The US Youth Soccer Presidents Cup, a platform for teams seeking additional challenges, offers our team a unique opportunity. It's a chance to compete against teams of similar abilities from the state to regional to national levels, fostering competition, camaraderie, and community.

The team, coached by Naji S. Khouri, Chase Kramer, and Dustin Fitzpatrick, will represent Florida from June 14th to 18th.

The Central Florida SC U18 girls’ team has had a successful soccer year, considering that only one player on the roster is a true U18, with most of the team members playing are one to three years up!

The Regional Presidents Cup will be challenging, but the team is confident they can represent Florida well. The team will face tough competition from different parts of the country, but they are determined to make a run at the title. "We are very excited to represent Florida at the Regional Presidents Cup," said coach Naji. "This is a great opportunity for our girls to showcase their talents and compete against other teams from around the country. We are confident we can make a deep run in the tournament and represent the State of Florida and City of Apopka well."

If you’re interested in supporting the girls or have questions regarding our local Apopka club, please visit our website at www.CentralFloridaSC.com or call/text (407) 613-2426. 

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