Challenge League offers players more structure and training than a recreational team provides without the additional cost and travel commitments of a competitive team. This league is geared toward preparing players to join our select program in the future, and preparing the future stars of FC Alliance.
Training: Players train once a week with the two ADC Directors, Brad Camp and Filip Leander. These practices are fun, engaging, and geared toward building the same skills that Brad and Filip teach to our select teams.
Playing Local: Players will always play games locally.
Cost: $45 for ages U5 – U7, and $85 for ages U8 – U9.
To register visit our home page, find the mouse icon labeled "register online" on the right hand side of the page, click that tab, and follow the instructions.
Practices are usually held at US Cellular Soccer Complex for west-based teams, and Dry Gap Boys and Girls Club for north-based teams. This sometimes varies with field or weather issues, and parents are notified if so.
Games are usually played at one our local parks on the west side of town, and parents are given the schedule early in the season after registration.
Dates and Times
Challenge season: September through October in the fall, and March through May in the spring.
Challenge practices: Challenge skill sessions with the directors are one night a week in the evening, and parents will be notified of the specifics after registration.
Challenge games: The league is played on Saturdays between 9-2 pm, and the exact schedule is given before the season.