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North Texas Soccer Community

Dedicated to Competitive Soccer in Texas. North Texas Soccer Forum

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The 2021 North Texas Soccer Tournament of Champions (TOC) is an invitational tournament for 9U-19U recreational teams. Each North Texas Soccer member association may select teams to represent the association at TOC. 16UG Dallas Texans 03 FDL is headed to the Southern Regional Championships semifinals with a 6-3 win over GA!

Texas Boys Soccer Forum

Free forum : North Texas Boys Select Soccer TEXAS BOYS SOCCER FORUM. ... Adding 2000/01 Boys - Local to Keller /North Ft Worth 5/7/2018, 2:47 pm txalliancesoccer ; 99 ...

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Youth | North Texas Soccer

Youth. A developmental program providing healthy activity, emphasizing enjoyment and development over competition. A program that allows kids to have fun, make mistakes, and learn. For the player age Under 6-19 who is primarily interested in fun, fitness and friendship. Able to play within own community.

North TX Youth Soccer is Insane | What are we, nuts?

I can’t think that North Texas is alone in having a forum for the parents to, um, discuss the game their kids are playing. You know, to maybe trade thoughts on how to make sure they are in the right program for what their kid needs, or please could someone explain the offside rule, or find out the latest tournament scores.

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North Texas Soccer, Frisco, Texas. 6,638 likes · 2 talking about this · 202 were here. North Texas Soccer is a Texas non-profit, 501(c)(3) Tax Exempt Corporation formed to promote, foster, and...

Youth Forms | North Texas Soccer

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NTX411 - North Texas Soccer | Find a team, research a club ...

Find local teams, do some homework before you attend that tryout session, make a connection with team mgr/coach, warn or recommend to other parents.