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Spring Registration Is Now Open

Hello Amity A. C. Families

2016 spring registration is NOW OPEN!  We are excited about 2016 and together, we are going to make it another successful year of soccer.  Please register your players ASAP.  Registration for travel players ends 2/21/2016.  The deadline for our Rec and Suburban league is 3/20/2016.  Registration for travel teams is the same as it was for the fall of 2015.  For the most part, you will play for the same age bracket (Rec) or team (Travel) as you did in the fall of 2015.

Important Upcoming Changes ---

As you may have heard, U.S. Soccer, the national governing body for youth, amateur and professional soccer in the United States, recently announced two significant player development initiatives for youth soccer – the change to “birth year” registration and modifications to team sizes and game formats for players under the age of 13.

 

Amity, like all other youth club members of U.S. Soccer, are required to implement these changes to participate in national and regional competitions (e.g., State Cups) and leagues.  All leagues in which our travel players compete in will operate under these new standards.  Therefore, as described in more detail in the accompanying announcement that can be accessed through the link below (which  also will be posted on our site), Amity A. C. will implement the “birth year” standard starting with our Spring 2016 try-outs.  Suburban and recreational leagues are encouraged to conform to the new U.S. Soccer standards, Eastern Pennsylvania Youth Soccer Association (EPYSA), the State soccer association of which Amity A. C. is a member, advised that it will allow for variances for these leagues as needed in the best interests of the game and the children in the relevant areas.  Amity’s Suburban program is planning to be organized by birth year for consistency but may allow for variances but details for that will come out later.  We will organize our young rec teams by birth year starting this fall of 2016.  As more details are released for the new travel ages, we will update our site with that information but expect fall season tryouts to start in April.

 

Read more about the changes

 

We have a committee of board members and coaches meeting monthly to work out the impact of the changes and will be sharing the outcomes of those meetings in future announcements while US Soccer works out its final details.   We will be accepting coaches applications in February based on birth year.

 

Amity A. C. is committed to making a smooth transition to the new format as much as possible and allowing our players to continue their soccer journey with us.  Future announcements about the evaluation process and additional details about the implementation of the changes will be coming out later this year.  Be alert for updates the next few months, but most of all THANK YOU for your enthusiastic support of our soccer programs.

 

Regards,

Amity A.C. Soccer Committee

 

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Congratulations Lady Blazers And Our Own Kayleigh
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Amity AC Soccer would like to congratulate the Daniel Boone Lady Blazers Soccer Team for their remarkable season.  History was made when the Lady Blazers not only made it to districts and WON, but made it to States!

 

The ladies played a very tough game in the  pouring rain.  We are so proud of our Lady Blazers, especially, Kayleigh Kardos.   Kayleigh is the daughter of one of our coaches, Chad Kardos.  It has been an honor to watch Kayleigh grow from a little girl playing her first game to the outstanding player and young lady she has become.  Kayleigh scored 23 goals during the season and 5 goals during districts. 

 

Not only is she an outstanding player and student, she coaches and trains our young players to grow into future stars such as herself.  Please join Amity AC Soccer in wishing Kayleigh future success as she embarks on her college career.  We WILL see great things from her.

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SPRING 2016 SOCCER REGISTRATION

Registration is now open for Spring 2016 Soccer!  

Click on the registration tab to the left.

Travel Soccer Registration closes: February 21st

Rec League and Suburban League Registration closes:  March 20th

Rec league will start April 8 ( first game)  Practice will start the week prior.

Travel Leagues  and Suburban League TBD per league

U14 Boys FC Amity Blue Devils Finish With Undefeated Season
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In a thrilling weekend of soccer, the FC Amity Blue Devils ’01 completed an undefeated season, surviving a pair of overtime playoff games to finish as co-champions of the Delco Soccer League U14 D6.

        The Blue Devils (7W-1D-0L) entered the playoffs as the top seed and downed West Chester United 3-2, coming from behind and winning in the second half of overtime.

        In the final against the second-seeded Aston Avalanche, the Amity boys battled to a 3-3 tie in a game that featured two scoreless overtime periods.

        Congratulations Blue Devils on a great fall season and a memorable weekend of playoff soccer. 

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Amity Flash Finished 2nd At Wilson Fall Classic
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Congratulations to the Amity Flash (U9 - U10 Girls) who finished in second place in the Middle (Orange) Tier of the U10 Girls division at the Wilson Fall Classic held on Columbus Day weekend.  Despite nine of the thirteen rostered players being U9 eligible, the Flash were able to battle their way through four games making it to the Championship but falling just short in Overtime to Exeter in a 5 v 5 (no keeper) format. The team gave up only five goals during the four + games and received scoring tallies from a wide range of players, led by Sarah , who recorded a goal in three of the four games.  Defensively, the Flash were led by Rece who was the foundation of a very stingy defense while also chipping in with two penalty shot goals herself over the weekend.  Great job girls!

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U9 Amity Strikers Finish In 2nd Place At The Wilson Columbus Day Tournament
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U9 Amity Strikers finish in 2nd place in Wilson Columbus Day Tournament

 

The U9 Amity Strikers went 2-1 to finish 2nd at the 2015 Wilson Columbus Day Tournament on October 10th and 11th.

Amity's first game was against Reading Soccer Club, which Amity came away victorious with a 3-2 win after being down 2-1 at halftime.  Later that evening, Amity downed Blue Mountain 8-1 under the lights.  With a 2-0 record heading into Sunday, Amity faced a tough Topton squad for the championship but were defeated 2-1 in a hard fought game.                                                         

Great job boys and keep up the good work!

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Amity Vipers Champions At Western Lehigh
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Amity Vipers Champions at Western Lehigh!

The Vipers (U11 boys) went 4-0 to win the silver bracket of the 2015 Western Lehigh Fall Fest. The Vipers won the first game 3-2 and then went on a run of three consecutive shutouts, 3-0, 2-0 and 5-0, outscoring their opponents 13-2 in all. Even more impressive: 11 of the 13 boys scored a goal - and the other two played awesome defense! The boys worked hard, demonstrated great sportsmanship and supported their teammates wonderfully. What a great weekend.

 

                                                                   Goooooooo Vipers!!!!!!!!!!!

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Amity Athletic Club Now On Amazon Smile!

 

 

Amity Athletic Club is now setup on Amazon Smile! You can shop on Amazon and help out your local athletic club.  

 

 

 

 

Click on the link below to learn how you can make a difference!

 

 

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U14 FC Amity Blue Devils At The Ridley United Invitational Soccer Tournament
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The U14 FC Amity Blue Devils went 3-0 to finish first at the Ridley United Invitational Soccer Tournament on Sunday, Aug. 9.

Amity downed Springfield 3-1 in the opener, then surprised the host Ridley Rolling Thunder with a 5-0 win in the Ridley High School stadium.

Tied 2-2 against Aston, the Amity boys found some extra energy to pull ahead and then hang on for a thrilling 4-3 victory.

The tournament title was the perfect ending to a great week, which included a training session with Philadelphia Union’s head coach Jim Curtin at PPL Park.

Great job boys!

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Amity U14 Girls Twisters Win Baxter Blast
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The Amity U14 Girls Twisters won the U14 bracket at the King Of Prussia Baxter Blast tournament on August 9.  The Twisters were undefeated in three games, defeating Haverford, Fishtown, and King of Prussia.  Great job girls!

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Amity 2015 Summer Camp
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Amity AC Soccer held a camp for recreational players from August 3 to August 6.  48 players from age four to 12 attended the camp which was run by the Amity AC coaching staff.  The kids learned soccer skills and participated in many small-sided soccer games with the overall theme of learning the game but keeping it fun. 

 

Summer Camp Picture Slideshow

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Suburban Travel League

Amity is offering a Suburban Travel league for Rec players U10-U19 this fall.  It is a co-ed team that travels to other local soccer clubs for games.  Practices are held at Amity soccer fields. For more information, please click on the link below or contact Dave Nelligan - nelligan@ptd.net

 

 

 

http://www.suburbancounties.org/

2014 Pumpkin Cup
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The Annual Pumpkin Cup was held November 9th for our recreational division.  What a fun time everyone had!  The little ones played their parents and WON!  The older rec kids played in a round robin tournament to win bragging rights and pictures with  the World Famous Pumpkin Cup!  Everyone enjoyed a fantastic pot luck dinner provided by all the parents.  Although it was quite chilly all the kids had a great time.  The Cup was opened with the singing of the National Anthem this year.  What a fun tradition we have at Amity.  Looking forward to next year!

 

Dedication of Lower Soccer Fields:  Prior to the start of the Pumpkin Cup, the lower soccer fields were dedicated to Aiden Dunion during a ceremony.  Aiden was a four year old boy, who played soccer with us.  He bravely battled cancer for eight months before he lost his battle.  His Coach, Tim Boyle, made a beautiful speech in Aiden's memory.  A plaque will be mounted at the lower soccer fields to honor Aiden and his bravery.  A tree has been planted as well.  Aiden's parents, Tara and Pat, along with his brother and sister and Grandparents, and other extended family and friends attended to ceremony. Aiden will forever be in our hearts.  A special thank you to Tim Boyle for arranging to have the plaque made.  

Amity Fire Champions At Spirit United!
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The U11G FC Amity Fire took home gold in the Spirit United Kickoff Classic. The Fire Girls outscored all opponents 10-1 in their four victories, going undefeated in the Platinum Division. Well done girls!

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Amity Blaze Earns 2nd Place At Baxter Blast
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The Amity Blaze girls earns 2nd place at Baxter Blast last weekend.  Great jobs girls!!

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Amity U17 And TOPS Program
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Amity AC U17 is proud to be participating in the TOPS Soccer program.  Volunteers from the Amity AC U17 and DBHS boys team are buddies to special needs soccer players program held in Boyertown.  The Boyertown TOPS program has an impressive number of participants.  Links to the TOPS National program as well as the Boyertown TOPS page can be found on our team site: www.fcamity.net

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Spring 2014 Registration is Closed.  See you on the fields!

 

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