Youth Soccer Development Programme
Learn and Play
United FC's Youth Soccer Development Programme is the largest and most successful youth soccer organization in The Bahamas.
We provide players with opportunities to learn and play at the earliest levels to the highest.
The Programme is for boys and girls aged 10-17 years old, along with their parents and family member.
Within the programme, there are activities and training for both "Recreational" and "Competitive" players. So it doesn't matter whether you're a beginner or an All-Star - you are welcomed.
In addition to soccer related activities, United FC also supports academic achievement and provides players with access to tutors and after school classes.
And when we're not on the field or in the classroom, we're somewhere having fun -because all work and no play make Jack a dull boy.
Youth Soccer Development Programme Highlights
2017/18 Youth Soccer Registration Form
Recreational players attend a minimum of two (2) practices sessions per week. Most players in this group are new or just learning to the game of soccer, so the focus is on teaching basic skills and having fun. Practices are interactive and feature different types of soccer activities including Beach Soccer.
Competitive players attend extra weekly practice sessions and train at a higher level. Most players in this group are competing to be selected for one of United FC's competitive teams. Players in this group are also awarded opportunities with the National Player Development Programme and Bahamas National Teams.
"Making a difference in the lives of our youth."
Soccer is the main recreational activity of countless numbers of children around the world. It is an exceptional tool for social integration and an excellent means of expression. The United FC's FIFA Grassroots Programme offers everyone the chance to play soccer, without discrimination.
Our grassroots soccer programme complements the initiatives of the Bahamas FA Grassroots Programme. It has been developed in close cooperation with Bahamas FA, the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology, the Ministry of Sports and Culture, parents, and kids.