Soccer sign-ups still open for RFC recreational program

There is still time to register for Ramona Futbol Club’s Gunners and Junior  Gunners Recreational Soccer League.

Those interested can bring their registration forms and stop by the field at Ramona Community School, 1010 Ramona St., Tuesdays and Thursdays, from 5 to 8 p.m.

RFC’s recreational program will keep with the trend of European Youth Soccer, where the youths play small sided games to learn how to develop their fundamental foot skills and game strategy.  Ramona FC is geared toward teaching the player how to grow in the sport to the best of their abilities, and to continue to grow to be able to transition to play at a competitive level.

High school age players will work on skill, strategy, stamina, and strength in the game to help as they enter into the high school soccer program, to college, and beyond if they wish.

The cost to register is $85, which will include Tuesday skill clinics by professional coaches, Thursday team training, Saturday games, a team shirt, and a 12-game season. Checks should be made payable to RFC, or sign up online at

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Posted by Karen Brainard on Aug 8 2013. Filed under Sports. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can skip to the end and leave a response. Pinging is currently not allowed.

2 Comments for “Soccer sign-ups still open for RFC recreational program”

  1. Concerned Parent

    This is a for profit organization. They raise money claiming their non profit but they are not. Arsenal FC is a for profit. This club is not legit! Sad they have fibbed for so long this entire year and fooling people into giving them money only to benefit themselves.

    • Soccer Lover

      Well, if they are for profit, it doesn't look like they're making much money at $85 per kid. It costs twice that to play Pony Baseball.

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