We're almost there!

We have $20,729 left to raise in order to start construction on our first artificial turf field!

fall juniors program 2016

for players K - 8th
registration closes Aug 15

fall mighty mites 2016

for players 3-5 years old
registration closes aug 15

Improve your game with Coerver!
more than a soccer club
Developing the IndividualOur priority is to develop skilled, confident, creative, smart soccer players who can be successful and enjoy the game at whatever level they aspire to
Providing Opportunities40% of our players receive financial assistance that allows them to play. We work hard to make sure all can play, regardless of financial situation
Playing attractive footballPlayers and teams are encouraged to play in an attacking style that values long-term success over short-term results
Teaching Life Through SoccerWe emphasize the importance to teaching life values such as discipline, teamwork, and leadership

Upcoming Events:

 

July 25 – 2nd session of Coerver Summer School starts

Aug 15 – Registration Closes (Juniors)

Aug 22-25 – Coerver Summer Camp

Sept 3 – OYSA Fall League begins

CLUB NEWS

CFC Community grieves loss of John Chambers

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CORVALLIS, Ore. — Former CFC player and current Oregon State men’s soccer player John Chambers died Friday night at Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center in Corvallis. Chambers, who was 19, was entering his sophomore year at Oregon State. He was a defender on the men’s soccer [...]

3v3 Live Tournament is Coming on June 11!

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Capital FC hosted our first 3v3 Live Tournament last Spring. We had a great response and invited them to come once again! Our next 3v3 Live Tournament will be on June 11 starting at 2pm.   Capital FC interviewed Ryan Farwell (CFC Juniors Coach) to get a take on his experience with the [...]

U17 Boys Win 4-2 to Become State Champions

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Capital FC finished strong in the final game of State Cup to win 4-2 over Eastside Timbers. After going up 1-0 at the half, CFC extended their lead to 3-0 at the beginning of the second half. The boys played well and dominated possession for most of the game, but Eastside showed some fight and [...]
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