We can help you reach your soccer goals.
Where do you want to go with soccer? Whether it's to play for fun with friends, to get a scholarship to play in college, or to play professionally, our high school program is designed to help you get there.
With help and hard work, you can get there. Our staff will believe in you as you strive to reach your goals.
Join those who have graduated from CFC's programs to play in college, with the Timbers, and beyond. We have a proven track record of success in helping players move on to bigger and better things.
The High School Competitive Program is designed for the elite player who wishes to continue playing at a higher level. Our US Soccer licensed professional coaching staff are equipped to help develop individual players who can succeed in the future, whether that be in college, or other playing opportunities. The program begins with tryouts in May, takes a break for the High School season, and continues through State/President’s/Founder’s Cup Play in April.
- To refine technical skill as it relates to game play, with an emphasis on good decision making.
- To help players succeed in their primary position on the field as well as have a basic knowledge of the roles of the other positions as it relates to the 1-4-3-3 and 1-4-4-2.
- To give players a comprehensive understanding of the team’s role in all four phases of the game (in attack, in defense, transition to attack, transition to defend).
- To teach players the psychological tools for peak performance.
- To improve each player’s strength, speed, agility, and endurance – and to give them the tools to be able to do this on their own.
- To teach players how to win games and develop a winning mentality.
- To give players the tools they need to pursue their playing careers beyond the club.
The Capital FC High School Program offers a market-leading player package that has been designed to maximize the technical, physical, psychological and social development potential of each player. This includes:
- 8 months of professional training by Capital FC staff coaches
- Access to turf training facilities as well as CFC’s award-winning training complex
- League play from January through April
- State/President’s/Founder’s Cup participation
- College information nights
Overview of Program:
All players entering Capital FC’s HS Competitive Program must participate in tryouts. CFC Staff Coaches evaluate players based on the four pillars of the game
- Technical ability
- Tactical insight (decision making),
- Physical ability (strength, size, speed)
- Social (personality)
Coaches meet after tryouts to discuss what they have seen in the players and make decisions based both on ability and potential.
Following the tryouts, an organizational meeting will be held to go over details for the year.
Summer Training & Tournament Play Training & Tournament Play (May-August)
Players begin training 2-3 times per week (90 minute sessions) starting in June & continuing to train through August.
Capital FC teams will participate in at least three summer tournaments, receiving one in June, July & August
Red Teams: Capital Cup (June, Boys & Girls), Crossfire Challenge (July, Girls), Mustang Stampede (August, Girls), Boys compete in the Elite Academy League
Black Teams: Capital Cup (June), Beaverton Cup (July), Mt. Hood Challenge (August)
White Teams: Capital Cup (June), Lake Oswego Nike Cup (July), PCU Summer Classic (August)
Fall Component (mid-August – mid-November)
HS Players return to their schools to participate in school soccer programs during this time.
Winter/Spring Component (December – April)
Teams begin to train again outside on city turf fields starting in mid-November/early December (depending on field availability). Games for OYSA’s Winter League begin in January/February, concluding with State/President’s/Founder’s Cup play (depending on level of team) in April and the first weekend of May.
Games and training will conclude in April or the first weekend of May, depending on how far each team makes it in their respective tournaments. Players will then be asked to move on to competitive program tryouts for the following year, taking place the second week of May.
The Capital FC Competitive Program is broken down into three costs.*
- Annual Membership Fee – $100 (covers player card, insurance, registration costs)
- Program Fee – $1000 or $125/mo
- Tournament Fee – Cost will be determined on your team placement and spread out through the year in monthly payments.
*Uniform and personal travel expenses not included.
**Scholarships available – Because of generous donations from members of our community, scholarships of 30, 50, and 75% are available to families who qualify based on need. For more details, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
U15 (07) Red – Jared Rust (US C-License Candidate)
15 (07) Black – Timur Zhivdize (US D-License)
15 (07) White – Dayne (Kakoa) Malama (US GR-License)
16 (06) Red – Tim Kagey (US C-License)
16 (06) Black – Langdon Roscoe (US D-License)
16 (06) White – TBA
U17 (05) Red – Tim Kagey (US C-License)
U17 (05) Black – Timur Zhividze (US D-License)
U19 (04/03) Red – Jared Rust US (C-License Candidate)
U19 (04/03) Black – Langdon Roscoe (US D-License)
U15 (07) Red – Ben Wolf (US C-License Candidate)
U15 (07) Black – Erik Boyd (US D-License)
U16 (06) Red – Benje Orozco (US D-License)
U16 (06) Black – Greg Bennett (US C-License Candidate)
U17 (05) Red – Bianca Andrade (US D-License)
U17 (05) Black – TBA
U19 (04/03) Red – Maryn Buetler (US C-License)
U19 (04/03) Black – Erik Boyd (US D-License)