Capital FC teams have successfully concluded the fall league season. Over the past two weekends, the Club's teams participated in the SAC Columbia Fall Classic, Bethesda Premiere Cup, Capital Fall Classic and CASL. More details will follow about those teams that won their division or placed amongst the finalists.
Coach Denis and the U7-U9 Academy program are back! The program will be held on Fridays at Watkins ES from 5:30-6:30 PM and on every other Saturday morning. Training will begin September 8th and go until November 10th. Total cost is $180. Ideal for players born between 2011-2009 who would like to improve their technical game. Registration can be found here.
For questions or comments, please contact Judah Cooks, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Congratulations Dani Michaels on being selected to the 2004 girls Region I ODP Pool!!
All CapitalFC teams are Summer Break through mid-July and August. We are offering a variety of supplemental training programs over the summer.
Advanced Performance Training kicksoff on Tuesday, June 20th. Sessions will be held every Tuesday and Thursday through the end of the July.
CapitalFC Summer Camp will be held on June 26-30, July 3-7, and July 10-14.
Small Group Training sessions will be available again starting July 10th.
Check out our programs page for more details.
CapitalFC is announcing its new developmental program that will kick-off in March and run through mid-May. "This is an important piece for our club because it will bring players up to the standard that is required to play at the travel level beginning at the U9 age group. We want to make sure the kids develop a real love for the game, and at the same time, ensure they are doing things the right way technically. They will be in an environment where there is no winning or losing pressure - just fun and learning" said CFC Interim Coaching Director Mike Barrette. "We are excited to have Coach Denis Chekuristov leading up the program. Coach Denis has a great way of connecting with younger players and engaging their attention. We will also be involving former DC United player and incoming Technical Director, Judah Cooks and other CapitalFC coaches on a rotating basis into the sessions. This will get our coaching staff familiar with players that may eventually come through the club."
The program will focus on teaching 1 on 1 moves to beat an opponent, proper 1st touch, and various aspects of shooting and passing. The program will include 13 training sessions and 4 festival-type scrimmages with other local clubs that will be invited to play against the CFC academy players. The program is $175 with a $25 discount for those registering by Feb 20th.
Capital Futbol Club is seeking motivated and talented soccer players for specific teams that are adding to their rosters for the Winter and Spring seasons.
The teams listed below are holding tryouts now. Please email email@example.com and you will be contacted with tryout dates and times. Players joining now are eligible for our Winter programming. If you are interested in a team not listed below, please fill out the form and we will contact you if an opening becomes available.
2008 Boys and Girls - Carlos Stein
2007 Boys - Jason Gross
2005 Girls - Geoff Thompson - NCSL
2004 Boys - Figadelfo Mendieta-Jara - NCSL
2003 Boys - Elio Hernandez - NCSL
2003 Girls - Figadelfo Mendieta-Jara - NCSL
2002 Boys - Micah Cooks - Seeking players for Red (EDP) and White teams (NCSL)
2001 Boys - Michael Elfman - EDP
High School Girls - Michael Elfman - NEW TEAM will train in Winter for (possible entry in NCSL in Spring).
2009/2010 Boys and Girls Academy - TBD - sign up below and we will notify you with program details
If you are interested in a team not listed please fill out this form: https://goo.gl/forms/XwNsUdi1J6YXPTF72
DC's public and charter school champions were recently crowned, with a significant CapitalFC contribution. All goals in the final matches were scored by CapitalFC players, and both winning teams were coached by CapitalFC coaches.
In the DCIAA finals, the Wilson Tigers, coached by Whitney Minnis, defeated Bell Multicultural by the score of 1-0. The game winner was scored by senior Ben Montague, a member of the CapitalFC Cosmos. Montague was brought down in the box at the end of the first half and converted the PK. Six other CapitalFC players contributed to the Wilson championship run, including Eli Moraru, Ben Wilson, Ian Carroll, Marco Carrero, Theo Biddle and Joshua Moneme.
The Public Charter School Athletic Association boys' final pitted E.L. Haynes versus the Washington Latin Lions, coached by Micah Cooks. A tight match finished 2-0 for the Lions with two goals netted by sophomore Bjorn Shockey, a member of CapitalFC United. CapitalFC United players Tito Hinton and Noah Freeman also made significant contributions to Latin's title run. Congrats to our CFC players and coaches for their great performances.
CapitalFC is a lead partner in the effort to find more field space for kids to play in DC. To learn more, please visit www.capitolriverside.org and like the Capitol Riverside page on Facebook.