Registration is now closed for Fall 2015 Soccer.
Rec and Suburban will begin week of September 7.
Coaches will draft their teams late this week. Parents will hear from their child's coach AFTER 8/31.
The U14 FC Amity Blue Devils went 3-0 to finish first at the Ridley United Invitational Soccer Tournament on Sunday, Aug. 9.
Amity downed Springfield 3-1 in the opener, then surprised the host Ridley Rolling Thunder with a 5-0 win in the Ridley High School stadium.
Tied 2-2 against Aston, the Amity boys found some extra energy to pull ahead and then hang on for a thrilling 4-3 victory.
The tournament title was the perfect ending to a great week, which included a training session with Philadelphia Union’s head coach Jim Curtin at PPL Park.
Great job boys!
Amity AC Soccer held a camp for recreational players from August 3 to August 6. 48 players from age four to 12 attended the camp which was run by the Amity AC coaching staff. The kids learned soccer skills and participated in many small-sided soccer games with the overall theme of learning the game but keeping it fun.
One of our coaches and board members' son is in the hospital for an extended period of time. With that being said, his parents are unable to work to be at his bedside.
Many of you know Dave Nelligan and his family. He has offered his blood, sweat, and tears to Amity AC for quite some time. Dave has coached multiple teams ( at once) and has been on the soccer board for several years now.
We are asking for your suport at this time of need.
Friends have organized a pancake breakfast to help defray medical costs.
There is also a gofundme account setup for the family as well if you cannot make the breakfast or if you would like to give a little more.
Date: July 18
8 - 10 AM
Location: Exeter Applebee's
Tickets: $8.00 each
Please email me at email@example.com for tickets.
Thank you for all your help!
Amity Township Athletic Club
The Amity Twisters U13 Girls ended their Spring 2015 season in first place. The Twisters entered their final Rock League game in second place with their last game being played against the first place team from Langhorne knowing the winner of that game would end in first place. The Twisters won a very physical and competitive game by a score of 3-0. It was a very successful Spring season with the team finishing with an overall record for Spring of 7 wins and 3 losses. The coaches are very proud of the effort all of the girls gave throughout the Spring season.
The FC Amity Storm girls went undefeated at the Nether United Spring Invitational on Saturday, April 4th, 2015. They tied their first game 2-2 against Lower Merion SC. Won their second game against the Vincent Gunners, 2-0. Then finished the one-day tournament with a victory over the FC Revolution Rowdies, 1-0. The Amity girls finished in second place behind an undefeated team from New York that the Storm didn't play.
As always, the girls played great and had a lot of fun.
Amity is offering a Suburban Travel league for Rec players U10-U19 this fall. It is a co-ed team that travels to other local soccer clubs for games. Practices are held at Amity soccer fields. For more information, please click on the link below or contact Dave Nelligan - firstname.lastname@example.org
The Annual Pumpkin Cup was held November 9th for our recreational division. What a fun time everyone had! The little ones played their parents and WON! The older rec kids played in a round robin tournament to win bragging rights and pictures with the World Famous Pumpkin Cup! Everyone enjoyed a fantastic pot luck dinner provided by all the parents. Although it was quite chilly all the kids had a great time. The Cup was opened with the singing of the National Anthem this year. What a fun tradition we have at Amity. Looking forward to next year!
Dedication of Lower Soccer Fields: Prior to the start of the Pumpkin Cup, the lower soccer fields were dedicated to Aiden Dunion during a ceremony. Aiden was a four year old boy, who played soccer with us. He bravely battled cancer for eight months before he lost his battle. His Coach, Tim Boyle, made a beautiful speech in Aiden's memory. A plaque will be mounted at the lower soccer fields to honor Aiden and his bravery. A tree has been planted as well. Aiden's parents, Tara and Pat, along with his brother and sister and Grandparents, and other extended family and friends attended to ceremony. Aiden will forever be in our hearts. A special thank you to Tim Boyle for arranging to have the plaque made.
Amity AC U17 is proud to be participating in the TOPS Soccer program. Volunteers from the Amity AC U17 and DBHS boys team are buddies to special needs soccer players program held in Boyertown. The Boyertown TOPS program has an impressive number of participants. Links to the TOPS National program as well as the Boyertown TOPS page can be found on our team site: www.fcamity.net
Spring 2014 Registration is Closed. See you on the fields!