The program's purpose is for youth to participate in an organized process of playing premier soccer at a regional, state and national level with a strong emphasis on technical and tactical skill development.
Viper FC teams currently participate in the New England Championship Soccer League (NECSL) which has both fall and spring seasons. Games are played on weekends. Please visit the NECSL site to learn more about scheduling and field locations. Outside of the NECSL seasons many Viper FC teams also participate in tournaments that can be held at regional, local, and national locations.
What to expect as a parent and player?
As a player, you can expect to be facing the very best organized competitive soccer that is available in the region. To be a Viper Player takes commitment. You will be practicing at a minimum of twice a week at regional locations. Practices will last a minimum of one hour. Players will be challenged to expand their technical and tactical skill sets using an instructional curriculum approved by US Soccer.
As a parent, you will find that the Viper Program is family-oriented. We are committed to the long term growth of players. All coaches are volunteers and the majority of them are with the players at an early age and stay with them as they grow. We strive to build a bond with players that extend beyond the soccer field. From a financial perspective, parents should know that the Vipers FC Program is part of a registered non-profit. As a non-profit, we make every effort to offer premier soccer that is affordable.
Guidelines: Click here for Link to Document
Vipers FC Directors:
|Director of Coaching