FC Force ESS 2003/04 boys showed also technical - tactical qualities and drive to win. Their hard work and consistency in development lead all the way in the "Classic League"
FC Force ESS 2000 boys team made great showing against the top ranked teams in North Texas. In all 3 games showed their quality in modern attacking soccer and clinched spot in the "Classic League"
FC Force ESS 2000 boys with great performance in their last game beating FC Dallas 3-0
Our 2003 boys played with great drive and tactical discipline in the entire tournament and set record 18 goals in 5 games.
FC Force ESS 2003 Boys Champions in Prime Time Summer Classic
Congratulation to FC Force ESS 2008 boys team to their excellent season and record of scoring total 160 goals "Best Attacking Team Of The Year 2017".
FC Force ESS 2003 Boys with great tactical discipline
Congratulation to 2003 boys to winning 2nd place in the Quickfoot tournament
Soccer in the 21st. century is a dynamic game requiring great individual skills, imagination, creativity and decision making.
FC Force ESS focuses on 4 of the most valuable aspects of skill development:
Ball Mastery - Versatility – Speed - Creativity (“MVSC”)
Speed & Dynamic play – We emphasize on the speed of the game and a player’s speed with the ball.
Ball Mastery – Strong individual techniques are essential for building the player's confidence in different game situations. Attacking techniques are emphasized to reflect strong individual ball control instead of just kicking and running.
Creativity – Our goal is to develop players with strong technical fundamentals who are able to create opportunities during games. Technically strong players have better peripheral vision which is important for making correct decisions instead of just getting rid of the ball. These players use one or more moves to create openings or better situations for passes.
Players are reviewed and evaluated on a regular basis which helps them achieve and strive for the best possible playing level.
Versatility - Playing soccer at a young age is about mastering the fundamentals of the game and developing all the necessary techniques. Since players often move to different positions, this forces them to be more active and knowledgeable in any area of the field.
During the learning process, all players need to make mistakes in order to progress in their skill level. At this young age, the result of the game and score is secondary.
When players become more physically matched, at approximately 13 – 14 years of age, the result of the game becomes of importance.
Tony Bily, DOC