Contact a DIRECTOR IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN PLAYING FOR FCB
The Boys Academy and Competitive programs at FC Boulder have been designed to provide the most appropriate playing environments for all boys interested in playing competitive club soccer. Please take a few moments to learn more about our programming options outlined below. We welcome all interested players to participate in the beautiful game with FC Boulder!
High School Boys Program
We will be hosting a fall season for boys interested in playing competitive soccer this fall follwoing CHSAA’s decision. Our high school boys team’s still have available roster spots on both competitive and academy teams.
- 2002-2006 teams will compete in both training and games this Fall.
- Fall season will run from August – November
- Winter training for both Academy & Competitive teams.
- Spring season will run through the entirety of May with State & President’s Cup being the focus (league games offered for those not competing).
- Spots are available for these teams as we look to complete the rosters – contact email@example.com for details.
The FC Boulder Academy represents the highest standard of play and expectation in FC Boulder for U11-U19 boys and girls. In the U11-U14 Academy age groups, players are introduced to the habits, attitudes, and playing standards required to become an elite youth player. At the U15-U19 levels in the Academy, players are prepared technically, tactically, physically, and psychologically for successful playing and academic careers in college, or entree into the professional game.
The FC Boulder Competitive Program is designed to provide a positive, engaging soccer experience that accelerates the growth of all players in the program. Our Program Directors and Coaching staff are passionate about the game, and take great pride in creating the contexts in which players are inspired to thrive. The Competitive program serves athletes of all abilities — those who are newer to the game, as well as those players who have the drive and aspiration to excel in high school and college soccer environments. The Program is tailored to the diverse, multi-faceted life of Boulder County families, and yet maintains an unapologetic drive to produce players that will contend for places within the FCB Academy program in subsequent seasons.
The CSA Upper Recreational Leagues are designed for anyone wanting to continue their soccer development in a low commitment, fun recreational league. Each team will be entered into the CSA Recreational League in their correct age division. Teams are built based on players’ birth years. Leagues will be separated into Boys and Girls teams and will consist of one to two practices per week a match each Saturday during the 8-game season.
2019 State Cup Champions
FC Boulder 2000 Boys Academy Black Team
FC Boulder 2003 Boys Academy Black Team
2019 State Cup Finalists
FC Boulder 2001 Boys Academy Black Team
8 Colorado State Cup Champions
5 Colorado State Cup Finalists
3 USYS Region IV Quarter Finalists
3 Colorado State President’s Cup Finalists
2 NPL National Semi Finalists
1 Dr. Pepper Dallas Cup Finalist
2020 US Open Cup Qualifiers
2020 Colorado Premier League Fall Champions
Shane O’Neill – Seattle Sounders FC
Enda O’Neill – Sudet Kouvola Finland
Gabriel Sosa – Chivas Del Guadalajara
Quinn Leibman – USC All-American, Gatorade State High School Player of the Year
Soren Frykholm – USC Division 3 All American
Joel Frykholm – USC Division 3 All Region
Blaise Werner – USC High School All American
Omar Castruita – Two time USC High School All American. All-Region & NJCAA All-American
Christian Nunez – All-State High School All-American
Mark O’Neill – Generation Adidas Dallas Cup All-Star Team
Raul Toledo – US Club Soccer ID2 Selection
21 Players have moved on to USSDA Programs
FC Boulder Graduates Currently PLaying or Committed to Play in College Programs
Alex Mercier – United States Air Force Academy
Judah Johnston – Seattle Pacific University
Anthony Priest – Regis University
Noah Williams – Colorado School of Mines
Jack Tater – Colorado Mesa University
Alec Fronapfel – Colorado Mesa University
Keegan Nelson – Adams State University
Riley Shea – Fort Lewis University
Ryan Houseman – Bowdoin College
Kiran Singh – Colorado College
Carter Melton – Colorado College
Quinn Frankovsky – Macalester College
Jesse Isenhart – Macalester College
Tate Weltzin – Colby College
Omar Castruita – Laramie County Community College
Mario Munoz – Laramie County Community College
Johnathan Jimenez Flores – Laramie County Community College
Jason Rodriguez Cruz – Laramie County Community College
Abraham Lopez – Laramie County Community College
Christian Nunez – Laramie County Community College
Roger Ibarra – Laramie County Community College
Manuel Tapia – Laramie County Community College
Fernando Ruiz – Northeastern Junior College