Synergy News Wire
September 30, 2014
Synergy FC player Francis Nardiello-Smith attends ID2 National Selection camp.
Two SFC players, Francis Nardiello-Smith (U14) and Antonio Pugliese (U15), were invited by the US Soccer Federation (USSF) to attend a one day US Soccer National Training Center session in Massachusetts on September 17. The one-day training session was run by the US Soccer Federation as a means of identifying and selecting the nation's top players for US National Team opportunities.
September 23, 2014
Synergy Football Club Teams take first place at the Adirondack Soccer Tournament held at Golden Goal Soccer Park on September 20.
A Synergy FC Team comprised of U10/11 & 12 Players won the U12 Division with a 2-0 record, while the SFC U13/14 Academy Team went 4-0 on the day to win the U14 division.
September 19, 2014
Synergy FC Players meet Governor Shumlin and receive Olympic Development Gold Medal.
Governor Shumlin came out to meet the Synergy Football Club/ODP Players as they are awarded a Gold Medal/Trophy for winning the 2014 Olympic Development Program (ODP) Regional Championship.
September 17, 2014
The September and October portion of the Synergy Football Club 10 month season is in full swing.
Every SFC player is currently attending three to four Team Training Sessions during the week and playing a competitive match over the weekend in September and October.
August 14, 2014
Three Synergy Football Club players graduated in the spring (2014) and enter the college ranks this fall.
2014 graduates Dermot Hughes and Eric Jarvis are the first two players to graduate from the SFC U17 Academy (96-97 Team) and one player, Renovate Ntiruvakure, the last player to graduate from the SFC 93-94 Team.
July 2, 2014
The Synergy Football Club U16 Academy Team earns Silver Medal at 2014 US Youth Soccer Region I Championships
The US Youth Soccer Region I Championships are comprised of the 16 State Cup Champions from Region I. Teams are broken up into four groups of four teams each where they play each other once during the group stage of the event.
The top team in each group advances to the semifinal stage with the winning teams from the semifinals advancing to the Championship Match. The Region I Champion advances to the National Championships where they will play the Regional Champions from Region II, III and IV to determine the age group National Champion.