WFA '94 Soccer: Capitals '94 News

Tuesday, May 8
Capitals '89 Players Named to All-State High School Teams

Several of our "big brothers" from the Capitals '89 team have been honored for their play as part of their respective high school teams this spring. Click here to read more on the Westside Futbol Association web site.

Wednesday, April 25
Capitals Participate in Ozark Spring Classic

Ozark Spring Classic Logo 2007
The Capitals competed in the Ozark Spring Classic in Fayetteville, AR, April 21-22, 2007. The Capitals went into the tournament as defending champions and?won two of their three games in pool play. Their only loss for the weekend came at the hands of the host team and eventual tournament champion, Arkansas Comets Blue. Congratulations, Capitals, on another great showing in Northwest Arkansas!

The Parent's Guide - An Introduction to Youth Soccer
US Youth Soccer Parent Education
US Youth Soccer has announced the launch of an interactive online tool to assist parents as they support their youth athlete. Designed for parents in the game of soccer to aid their efforts in growing the spirit without limiting the child, The Parent's Guide - An Introduction to Youth Soccer is an online self-exploratory exercise in enhancing the experiences of players and their families.

Offside Rule Explained (back by request!)
Click for an animated and narrated explanation of the offside rule. Sometimes a picture really is worth a thousand words! (Opens in a new window.)

Tuesday, November 7
Nutrition for Football
(from - FIFA and F-MARC have produced a booklet entitled 'Nutrition for Football', designed to provide players and coaches with an overview of the latest guidelines in sports nutrition. (Click here or on the image at right or headline above to view the pdf document.)

While there is no such thing as a magic diet or food, there are many ways in which eating and drinking well can allow players at all levels of performance to achieve the special goals of their training and competition programmes. It makes no sense to train hard and ignore the benefits that follow from good food choices.

Nutrition for Football is based on the conclusions of the FIFA/F-MARC Consensus Conference on Nutrition for Sport, held in Zurich in September 2005. This booklet was prepared for the FIFA Sports Medical Committee by Professor Ron Maughan, UK, Professor Louise Burke, Australia and Dr Donald T. Kirkendall, USA.