September 22 Weekend Updates!

PSC Teams Kick Off this weekend

PSC season kicks off fully on the way with 20 teams playing this weekend. We are excited to announce that 13 teams are playing at the United Soccer Cup in Plantation. 

We are also excited to have 2 of our teams at home (hosting National Premier League (NPL) games at Terramar Park. 

Our U15 Boys Red team is heading to Jacksonville to compete in Region Premier League (RPL); playing against the best teams in the nation. 

The U16 -U18 Boys teams will be kicking off their SFUYSA League Games at Terramar Park; while the U15 Girls host West Pines on Friday night at 7:30 pm. 

We wanted to wish all these PSC teams and players good luck in showcasing there skills and representing our Club.  We hope you play with the PSC DNA...exciting possession attacking soccer. Parents remember to wear your PSC gear and support your Club!  Go PSC!!

Email your teams weekend pictures and videos to Remember to review the PSC social media guidelines.

Special Thanks to Ryan Block, Club Registrar, and our Amazing Team of Managers for all their hard work and dedication and efforts to get all the players registered, league games scheduled and teams ready to go for the tournaments! 

Game Day Expectations

The following information details Parkland Soccer Club’s match philosophy and expectations as it relates to the role of the player, coach, and parent.


Important Match Day Considerations

Club must encourage players, coaches and parents to honor the game collectively by adopting a player-centered philosophy.

  • Youth soccer games should be viewed in a different context to professional games. The main focus in a professional soccer game is to win.  In youth soccer, the main focus needs to be fun and development; winning will be a byproduct.
  • Unlike many American sports, soccer is not a coach-centered sport; the game is free flowing with limited stoppages in play.  Once a player crosses the white line, it is their game and they must make their own technical and tactical decisions.  The coach’s decisions are more strategic.
  • Match day is a players chance to put into action what they have learned from practice.  It is purely an extension of the training session where transfer of learning should occur.
  • Players who are over-coached during practice and matches will become robotic and will not be able to make critical game decisions on their own. If the coaches are doing all the talking, the players won’t communicate.

Creating a Game Day Culture

On game days, the interaction between the following groups should be considered:

  • Team Coaches
  • Opponents
  • Parents
  • Officials

The following tables provide suggested interaction guidelines between each party. If followed, a player-centered culture of respect should be created.

(1) Parents


(2) Players

Weekend Game Schedules- Please Check the Tournament Website for Schedule Updates, Changes to Times, Location, Etc.  Click HERE for Tournament Website.