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Fury Football Club becomes Villa Football Club

FALLBROOK – The Fury Football Club is changing its name to Villa Football Club. The name change signifies a new era for the club to grow beyond recent successes and compete as a premier club in Southern California.

“In recent years the club has had many successes and we want to leverage that success and create the most competitive club in Southern California,” said Becky Berreth, new vice president.

The recent momentum includes winning the Presidio Cup tournaments two years in a row, several high profile tournaments and strong regular season finishes. Villa is re-focusing itself to promote excellent player development, competitive teams, and especially strong character, by revising the club’s mission and core values.

In support of this goal the club has enlisted a new lineup of coaches most of which are former or present Division I soccer players, the introduction of new skill clinics and exciting new special events for the program.

“The new training routine will really help the players develop to their full potential,” said Kevin Koptieff, director of coaches for Villa and Fallbrook High School varsity girls coach. “We want to give each Villa Football Club player the training and resources to be successful at any level… high school, college or even pro.”

The new core values focus on themes like great sportsmanship, individual skills, team development and nurturing their love for the game.

All players are encouraged to try out for the Villa club beginning Feb. 23 at Ingold Sports Park. Teams will be grouped by age level and gender. For information, visit http://www.fallbrookyouthsoccer.com. The Fallbrook Youth Soccer League will also be holding a spring soccer academy. See Web site for information.

 

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