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In regards to the TCSA email...

Newcastle All Sports Association was approached by concerned parents with the information that TCSA was moving from Newcastle. In order to ensure that soccer continued to be available to the youth athletes of the Tri-City area, we agreed to fill the void created by TCSA’s decision to move. The association agreed it’s role was to provide the vehicle for smooth transition into an already community and city based organization.

Newcastle Futbol Club Becomes Reality

A new era in soccer has begun in Newcastle with the formation of the Newcastle Futbol Club.

This does not only include Newcastle residents but is open to all area youth soccer players that want to enjoy the game. NFC wants to make sure every child who wants to play soccer gets the chance regardless of where they live.  As part of the (NASA) Newcastle All Sports Association, the NFC recreational program will promote youth soccer through participation, player development, friendship, and fun in Newcastle and all surrounding communities.
  • The NFC goal is to provide a safe, fun and loving environment that supports strong family values and to ensure young athletes and their families enjoy soccer.
  • The Newcastle Futbol Club will be sanctioned thru the Oklahoma Soccer Association and will provide parent volunteer coaching education, as well as an Academy program.
  • It will also provide a pathway for those children that want to participate in a competitive program that will compete at a state and regional level.
  • NFC is also committed to supporting the schools and communities by encouraging student participation at the elementary, middle school and high school levels.
All registration fees will go towards individual player insurance, park maintenance (goals, field markings, mowing, nets, corner flags, trash collection and removal on game days, etc.) referees for appropriate age groups, and support the continued growth of the game.

June 16, 2020 – Press Release

The Newcastle Futbol Club has announced that the registration fees for the 2020 fall recreational season will be $20.00 per player. As more and more families struggle to recover from the Covid-19 quarantine, the NFC board, with the support of NASA, is committed to making recreational soccer as affordable as possible for all families in Newcastle and surrounding areas.

“We have made every effort to make soccer free for our families but because of insurance requirements, a portion of the registration fee covers that as well as referee fees,” said NFC Board President Justin Burke.
“The bottom line is that we need to help our kids recover from the stress of dealing with Covid-19 and schools being canceled and this is one way we could help,” said Burke.

Once teams are formed, they will be able to purchase game jerseys at Oklahoma Apparel. If an entire team registers intact, they will be given the options to keep their current uniforms for the fall 2020 season. As with any youth program, success is only possible if parents step up and volunteer to coach, referee, help out with field maintenance, or any other issue vital to the success of the season. If you are interested in volunteering, please feel free to contact the Newcastle Futbol club through Facebook or email at soccer@newcastleyouthsports.com.

After coming off a huge success with hosting a four on four tournament which saw 43 teams from across the state participate, plans are currently underway to host another one open to all teams and ages this fall. The NFC is excited to announce that they have partnered with Oklahoma Energy FC West to offer competitive club soccer for those players who want and have the ability to play the game at a higher level. Players will be able to train with professional coaches who have either played the game at the collegiate or professional level or they will be able to train with current and past college coaches. Current Newcastle Head Boys Soccer coach has 35 years coaching experience at the recreational, club, high school and college level and feels that a strong competitive program is vital to competing for a state title as well as helping young players continue to play soccer at the college level and beyond.

“For the kids that want to play high school, playing competitive soccer at a younger age is a great way to prepare them to compete as freshman at the high school level. The key is that they will be constantly challenged and they will be exposed to a level of professional coaching that most recreational clubs cannot offer,” said Pecore.

The NFC will also be unveiling a Soccer Academy program in the fall and it will be directed by MACU Head Men’s Coach Mitch Sowerby.

“If ever there was a time for a community to rise up and support their youth sports programs, its now,” said Todd Dupler, V.P. of NFC “What we invest today in our children will be paid back to us a thousand times over,” said Dupler.

Welcome to the new NFC Rec 2020 season!

We are very excited to have you playing with us in this new era of Newcastle Soccer.  This will be a fun and growing season for all of us.

  • Registration fee is only $20!  Registration ends August 15th!
  • The season will begin on August 22nd and the last game will be on October 10th.
  • All games will be on Saturdays at Pinecrest Park in Newcastle.

We need coaches! Sign up as volunteer as volunteer to let us know you’re interested.

We can’t wait to get started!!

Soccer Coordinator

Justin Burke – soccer@newcastleyouthsports.com