Steve Paul recaps the 22-23 Season for our Major Division Women, gives some background on the team, and highlights the work & play thats essential to everything we do as a club!
On October 15, 2022, our club attended the Southeastern Pennsylvania Soccer (SEPA) Hall of Fame 75th Anniversary Banquet. The event was held at Cannstatter Volksfest-Verein, and it began at 5pm with a cocktail hour which was where everyone had the chance to say hi to friends they might not have seen in a while. This … Continue reading SEPA Banquet Shows a Rich History of Local Soccer, by Sasha Malofiy Jr.
PHILADELPHIA - Announcements came by email on Tuesday, August 30 from the Southeastern Pennsylvania Soccer Hall of Fame. Included in the list of inductees and award winners was one of our very own, Werner Fricker III who will be receiving the Paul Stilley/Little Club Administrator of the Year Award. The full list of inductees for … Continue reading Werner Fricker III to Be Named Administrator of the Year by SEPA Hall of Fame
Our women’s team ended the Fall strong in second place within the league. Our spring season, we came out with two wins and three losses, placing us fifth in the league to finish. Definitely not the results we wanted overall, but after much discussion with the administration of the team and key players who have … Continue reading 2021-2022 Season Recap: Major Women, by Michelle McFadden
Jason Karasow , our Major Team Head Coach wrote up an extensive review of the recent season. Along with it he asked a few of our players to give their thoughts. These seemed to me to fit better on their own:
It’s difficult recapping our season because we did some really good things, had some disappointing moments, didn’t quite achieve the goals we laid out coming into the season, but had a strong spring which hopefully with be a good foundation for the fall. So, after writing and reading that I guess you could say we … Continue reading 2021-2022 Season Recap: Major Team, by Jason Karasow
Overall, it was one of the most enjoyable amateur games I've watched in a while. It was played at a very good pace with quick interchange of play and the talent was abundant all over the field. Even though the loss is disappointing there are still a lot of positives to take from the day. This was our first cup final in about 10 years
Two goals were scored by Finn Reese, the first on a penalty kick, with the third from none other than Matt Sullivan. Keeper, James Brett, came away with another clean sheet and was bestowed the title of Man of the Match by head coach Jason Karasow.
Tonight, at 9:00pm on Field # 5 at the Proving Grounds in Conshohoken, your German Hungarians take on Colonial SC in the Semi-Final of the East Penn Open Cup named for Frank Giancroce. Come on out, dress in your warmest club gear and support our team!
We will take on West Chester Majors at their field, Thornbury Soccer Park (1200 WESTTOWN RD. WEST CHESTER, PA 19382) on Sunday, November 7 at 2:15pm.