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Sport is widely recognized as a tool for positive youth development and when conducted purposefully young participants learn important life skills such as leadership, teamwork and a strong sense of confidence. Sports play a particularly important role in girls’ lives. Girls and women who play sports have higher levels of confidence and self esteem and lower levels of depression than girls that don't (1).1 High school girls who play sports are less likely to have an unwanted pregnancy; more likely to get better grades in school and more likely to graduate than girls who do not play sports (2). As little as four hours of exercise a week may reduce a teenage girl's risk of breast cancer by up to 60%; breast cancer is a disease that afflicts 1 out of every 8 American women (3). We believe that soccer is the perfect sport to support and promote the health and well-being of girls and women.


Sol Soccer Club is committed to the positive ongoing progression and future recognition of girls' and women's soccer. Our greatest hope is that girls and women will continue to be involved in the sport of soccer throughout their lives, as leaders in the global soccer community whether that be as players, coaches, referees and/or administrators. The success of Sol SC will be measured by how fully we accomplish our aspirations, not by win/loss records. Through our efforts to achieve excellence, Sol SC pursues the ultimate goal of competitive sports: to play for the sake of the game.

Sol SC will carry out this mission through comprehensive soccer instruction as well as the most current coaching education programs. With every endeavor Sol SC seeks to be a community of coaches, players, parents, referees, fans, and opponents who are committed to collaboration that encourages engagement which is open to diversity, and above all is determined to compete in a positive sports environment.



To implement sustainable programs that improve access for girls and women to become high level leaders in the global soccer community as players, coaches and/or referees.


1) Colton, M. & Gore, S. (1991). “Risk, Resiliency, and Resistance: Current Research on Adolescent Girls.” Ms. Foundation for Women.

2) Pate RR, Trost SG, Levin S, Dowda M. (2000). Sports participation and health-related behaviors among US youth. Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine, 154, 904-911.

3) Staurowsky, E. J., DeSousa, M. J., Gentner, N., Miller, K. E., Shakib, S., Theberge, N., & Williams, N. (2009). “Her Life Depends On It II: Sport, Physical Activity, and the Health and Well-Being of American Girls and Women.”

What We Believe In


We care for the health and well-being of all participants; coaches, players, referees, fans, and opponents.


We are committed to the right of every child to enjoy and thrive playing soccer.


We are active in collaborative learning and coaching.


We are a team of diverse and supportive individuals united by a common purpose. 


We strive for honesty; we act with integrity.

We are open to new ideas and we welcome all comments.

Our Impact

  •  Creating a positive sports experience.
  •  Retention of players and coaches.
  •  Providing multiple opportunities to play.

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