Jupiter United is excited to announce the Official Jupiter United Soccer Club YouTube Channel. We will be featuring training videos from our coaching staff, game highlights and player videos. Check us out on YouTube and watch out for featured videos on our website and Facebook page @JupiterUnitedSC. We are looking for videos from Jupiter United players and will send out details soon about how you can submit them. Scroll down to the bottom of the page now to see Coach Kevin in action and be sure to subscribe so that you can catch new videos as they are posted!
Jupiter United Soccer Club is delighted to announce the appointment of Kevin Ireland as Technical Director of Competitive Soccer. Kevin is a product of elite European Academy systems and moved to the US to play for Palm Beach Atlantic’s Men’s Soccer Team in 2010. He currently plays for Boca Raton FC in the American Premier Soccer League and has coached at Jupiter United for the last 3 years.
Coach Ireland’s soccer philosophy is focused on the development of complete soccer players who will possess the technical ability and desire to move on from the program and play at the collegiate level and beyond. Find out more about Coach Kevin here and the new Jupiter United Soccer Philosophy.
Congratulations to the U12 Girls team, coached by Kelcee Mai, for making it to the State Finals of the Commissioner’s Cup, by beating Boynton Beach Knights 3-1 in the Region A Final on 3/25/17.
The State Finals will be held in Auburndale on 4/22/17 – 4/23/17.
Jupiter United has joined the American Premier Soccer League, an independent organization of soccer clubs, with the aim of improving, qualifying and publicizing the soccer in the United States. The APSL is sanctioned by the Florida State Soccer Association (FSSA) as an affiliate of the United States Soccer Federation (USSF), the ruling body for soccer in the United States, and FIFA, the world’s ruling body for soccer.
The Jupiter United team is coached by Thadeu Goncalves and managed by Barry Lagos. Click here to find out more about our team and their schedule.
All games and practices will take place at Lighthouse Park, Captain Armours Way, Jupiter, FL 33469. LHP is located at the SE corner where Alt-A1A meets US1. A field number plan with preliminary age group assignments can be found here.
Week 1 will consist of professional led training, coaches’ evaluations, and team formation. Regular practices will commence on a Monday/Wednesday or Tuesday/Thursday schedule the following week with our first games planned for Saturday, April 8th. A 6-game regular season will conclude with playoffs the week of May 15th and Championship Saturday Celebration, May 20th.
More details can be found here.
We are excited to announce that our next cycle of TOPSoccer sessions will begin later this month! We will again be at the beautiful Abacoa Community Park (aka Jupiter Community Park South) which is located at 1501 Frederick Small Rd., Jupiter, FL 33458.
Sessions will run every Tuesday evening from February 14th through March 14th and our FYSA TOPSoccer-certified trainers are looking forward to working with the kids!
Players sign up here. As always, registration is easy and FREE!
Buddies, Coaches, and Administrative Volunteers sign up here.
Join us for this FYSA-sanctioned 2017 event. Open to U8 and older competitive and recreational teams, the President’s Day Cup is an annual Jupiter United SC tradition. Played during what is typically a beautiful weekend at Jupiter Community Park, it’s always a fun and competitive event for all. To register, please visit GotSport.com. REGISTRATION CLOSED – GOOD LUCK TO ALL TEAMS IN THE TOURNAMENT!
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