Warwick Fire Fighters Soccer Club: Welcome


 

Warwick, RI Soccer Club With Recreational and Competitive Soccer Programs Since 1984. Promoting having fun while learning and playing soccer! We are an all-volunteer, non-profit organization and need YOUR help and support to serve the needs of local children.

Webpage Last Revised: 7:00 AM, 3/24/2017

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Spring Programs

WFFSC runs a full Rec Program in Spring. Teams will be formed in March with games beginning in early April and going until mid-June with teams practicing once per week. Each player will get a quality jersey, socks, and a soccer ball. Registration deadline is March 1 to be guaranteed to be placed on a team. 

Registration is closed as teams and uniforms have been ordered. There is a waiting list and we will do our best to have all kids added to a team. 

Spring Rec Registration Waiting List 

The Competitive Program is going full strength in the spring. Most teams were formed last summer and have been playing fall outdoor and winter indoors and will transition to spring outdoors. These teams are based on tryouts and evaluations so only register if you have been told to do so by a coach of a team. Games will begin in early April and run until June. There is the SRI Festival for U8/U10 teams in early June and the SRI Cup Tournament for U11 and up. Also most teams will travel to New Hampshire for the Amherst Memorial Day Tournament as well as play in other tournaments during the season.

Spring Competitive Registration 


     College Scholarships

 WFFSC and the Elanna Zuller Memorial Sports Foundation are once again very pleased to give college scholarships to current and past WFFSC players who graduated from high school this year and will be attending college this fall. 

The recipients this year are Kamron Murphy, Jack Fitzgerald, Riley McKitchen, and Mason Cocroft. 

See Beacon Article 


Player Transfers Between Clubs 

 To transfer from one club to another club use this PLAYER TRANSFER webpage.  


  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pre-Season Coaches Clinic 
Our first coaching clinic is Saturday, March 25 at 10:30 a.m. at Winslow Field. All coaches and assistant coaches should attend. Dress warm, dress to play, bring a soccer ball and a water bottle. Coffee provided.
UPDATE: Weather is holding but check back at 9:30 just in case. So far, it looks like we will be able to run the clinic. .
   
Soccer RI Awards
 WFFSC is honored to have two members receive recognition for their services to the youth of RI.
 
Bob Enright was awarded the SRI Girls Coach of the Year. As many know Bob coaches many teams (actually has a team in each age division from U8 to U19). He gives a tremendous amount of time and effort to provide a great experience to the many players on his teams. 
 
Mark Laurie was chosen to enter the SRI Hall of Fame. While Mark may not have the clubwide exposure of others, he is one of the absolutely most valuable volunteers at WFFSC. Mark joined the board almost 20 years ago, was referee coordinator for at least a dozen years, and has been the Field Director for also at least a dozen years. Mark is the person who maintains Winslow (cuts grass, lines fields, fixes everything, removes trash, etc as WFFSC is responsible for all field maintenance not the city). So next time you are at Winslow remember that Mark Laurie is the one that keeps the fields so manicured.
  Congratulations to these two individuals who give so much for the kids.

 WFFSC Columbus Day Tournament
WFFSC will once again host a tournament 2017 Columbus Day weekend. Last year there were 40 teams with some from Mass and Conn at the tournament. Tournament was well organized and ran smoothly, even the scrambling Sunday morning by several wet and cold individuals trying to get in as many games prior to cancelling. We hope to make it a bigger success next year.

Superliga Team Sportsmanship Awards
Each competitive season Superliga awards teams based on their sportsmanship during the games. WFFSC is proud to have multiple teams win these awards for the past several seasons. This past fall the following teams won the award. Congratulations to all the players, parents, and coaches who contributed to these awards:
U12 Boy’s Rhody - Doyle Byrd
U14 Boy’s Rhody - Ray Meunier
U14 Boy’s Classic Gold - Ray Ciarlo
U16 Boy’s Open  - Ed Guertin
U16 Girls Classic - Robert Enright  


 WFFSC Competitive Uniforms

 The primary uniform will be a red jersey with black shorts with numbers on them and black socks.The secondary shirt will be black.

Website for Ordering WFFSC Items

 


 WFFSC Needs Sponsors!

In order to keep fees down, the club relies on sponsors to help reduce the costs for each team. See the item in the menu on the left for additional information on sponsorship packages.

 


 

 

Note: No pets or smoking allowed on Winslow fields.   

Smoking Dog    

WFFSC
PO Box 8605
Warwick, RI 02888
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Monday, June 20
U12 Boys Runnerups in SRI Cup

The U12 boys team coached by Doyle Byrd and Jon Wiening finished the SRI Cup in second place.

Pictured in front row: Liam Kenyon, Nathan DosRemedios, Devan Kipyego, Robert DeSantis, Jeremy Wiening, Cameron Adessi

Second row:  Atul Thyvalappil, Caden Holtzman, Anthony Martinez, Zachariah Grande

Missing: Toby Pike 

Coaches: Jon Wiening and Doyle Byrd

 



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U12 Boys RunnerUps at SRI Cup

Monday, June 13
U12 Boys Win Division 1 Championship at SRI Cup

The U12 boys team coached by Carlos Andrade, Eddie Pereira, and Jeff Lockhart won the championship of the top division at the SRI Cup tournament. They were down 3-1 but fought back to tie the score in regulation. Then the two teams played overtime with no score so it came down to dramatic PK's. Jayden Pereira made a great save on the first attempt by Coventry and the WFFSC shooters started making their PK's to seal the victory. What a great and exciting game!!!! Congratulations to the boys for the well-deserved victory. 

 The two teams play again Friday in the Superliga Playoffs. Another round in The Battle of the Titans. 



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2016 SRI Champs Division 1

Sunday, March 27
Great season for U8 Girls

Girls U-8

Final record 6-2-1

Great Season!



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U8 Girls

Tuesday, January 26
The WFFSC Over-30 Team Wins Championship at Wide World

It is not only the kids at WFFSC that win championships but the adults (many who are also coaches) that can also practice what they preach. They can walk the walk as well as talk the talk. :)

 Congrats to the team!  



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Over-30 Champs

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U14 Boys Champs
Monday, January 18
U14 Boys Are Session 1 Champs

The U14 Boys team coached by Ray Ciarlo and Paul Galamaga won the session 1 playoffs in dramatic fashion to be the champs of the first indoor session. Congrats!!!

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Wednesday, January 6
U10 Boys Finish Runner-up in Holiday Tournament


Tuesday, December 1
U10 Boys Win Thanksgiving Tournament A Division at Wide World

Back row, from left to right J. Caldeira, Aiden Preuit, Cole Matthews, Edrees Heidari, Joshua Escamilla, Logan Matthews, Sean Matthews (Dad)

Bottom row, from left to right, Haiden Riess, Logan Caldeira, Braydon Fagundes, Domenic Silva



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Champs

Tuesday, December 1
U12 Girls Win Thanksgiving Tournament

The WFFSC U12 Girls won the Wide World Thanksgiving Tournament with a 3-1 victory in the championship game.

Front row: Katie Shaheen, Kylie Whitney, Madison DiPetrillo, Leah Fung

Back row: Coach Doyle Byrd, Julia Caldeira, Hailey Perry, Samantha Laurent, Paige Johnson, Alexis Maloney, Coach Steve Laurent



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Champs

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2015 Scholarship Presentation
Friday, August 21
2015 Scholarship Winners



WFFSC in conjunction with the Elanna Zuller Memorial Sports Foundation is extremely pleased to award five $300 scholarships to current and former WFFSC players. The recipients for 2015 are Erin Plowman, Courtney Crowley, Liam Strain, Josh Sandin, and Caitlin Galamaga.

Saturday, January 10
U8 Girls Have Fantastic and Exciting Playoff



The U8 girls team coached by Jason Dorrance had an incredibly exciting set of playoff games at Teamworks for the conclusion of the first session. In the semi-finals they rallied back from a deficit in the last 5 minutes to win 6-3 with a flurry of goals.

In the championship game it was back and forth for both halves with many exciting plays both on goal opportunities as well as the great play by the keeper to stop the other team. It was a nail-biter and in the end the team lost 4-3, but it was so exciting to watch and wonderful to see how well the team played.

Congratulations to the girls and coaches!!! 



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U8 Girls At Teamworks

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U15 Boys Champs Aurora Electric
Thursday, November 6
Kick or Treat Tournament

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U15 Girls Champs Keurig

There was a season-ending tournament for U12 and U15 rec teams where the kids and coaches dressed up and played.

 



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Coach Paul

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U12 Girls Champs RI Tile
Thursday, November 6
More Kick or Treat Tournament Photos

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U12 Boys Champs Tech 9-1-1

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Coach Mike and Player Cassie

Saturday, September 6
2014 College Scholarships

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2014 College Scholarship Winners

WFFSC, in collaboration with the Elanna Zuller Memorial Sports Fund, is proud to award scholarships to current and former WFFSC players who are starting their first year of higher education. We are proud to offer this annual award to deserving student athletes who are chosen through an application process. Congratulations to the 2014 recipients!

Pictured: Christine Luiz accepting for Nicole Luiz - Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Christopher Cambio - Hobart and William Smith Colleges, Katelen Pick - Bridgewater State University, Mike Zuller (founder of the Elanna Zuller Memorial Sports Fund), Isabella Zuller, and Doyle Byrd (president of Warwick Fire Fighters Soccer Club). Not pictured: Brandon Iannelli - Community College of RI, Casey Iannelli - Community College of RI.

 



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U12 Boys Champs
Friday, June 20
WFFSC does well at NK Father's Day Tournament

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U14 Boys Champs
WFFSC had a dozen teams playing in the NK Father's Day Tournament. All the teams did very well with all five older teams making it through to the playoffs. Three teams won their respective division championships. There were the U12 boys team coached by Ray Ciarlo, the U14 boys team coached by Bill Cocroft, and the U16 boys team coached by Neil French.

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U16 Boys Champs

Sunday, December 29
College Scholarships



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2013 WFFSC College Scholarship Winners

 

WFFSC in conjunction with the Elanna Zuller Memorial Sports Foundation is extremely pleased to award five $350 scholarships to current and former WFFSC players who are attending their first year of college. The recipients are Bobby Lineberger, Kara McCrudden, Heather Wolfenden, Kayleen Murphy, and Katie Evans.



Saturday, June 14
U16 Boys Win Sportsmanship Award at NH Tournament



Warwick Fire Fighter Boys U16 team played some great soccer in the 22nd Annual Amherst Soccer Tournament over Memorial Day weekend. The team set an excellent example of teamwork and sportsmanship. The team was the proud recipients of the Tim Crisman Memorial Sportsmanship Award that is given by the tournament host and defined by the following.

"A few years ago, Amherst Soccer Club/Hampshire FC and the Town of Amherst lost a great player, son and friend. Tim Crisman was an asset not only to his family and friends but to his teammates and community. This year we will be honoring Tim again by awarding the Tim Crisman Memorial Sportsmanship award to 3 teams participating in the 22nd Annual Memorial Day Classic. A team from the 6v6, 8v8 and 11v11 format will be given awards for showing good sportsmanship. Not only are the players being evaluated but the coaches and parents of the team as well."

Back row: Gabe Diplan , Tyler Ross, Mason Cocroft, Nick Paolino, Liam Strain, Trent Johnson, Ethan White, Evan Marino, Zach White Front row: Bryant Reiss, Kamron Murphy, Cary Fields, Will Hindinger, Ian French, Jack Fitzgerald. Coaches Neil French, Eric Hindinger, and Joe Murphy Not pictured: Alexis Beltran and Sam Capobianco



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U16 Boys Win Sportsmanship Award

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