Updated 7/20/2015

  Recreational soccer for age divisions U5, U6, U7, U8, U10, U12 and U15

(Age divison based on player age on 8/1/2015).

FSL is a volunteer youth sports league that depends entirely on parent coaches. Please consider volunteering to coach when you register your child. Training and support for parent coaches will be provided by our Director of Coaching, Nick Cooper and Technical Director, Jamie Ferguson.

FSL Fall 2015 registration fee of $85  includes a Diadora uniform

All players must wear shin guards and soccer cleats


Online Registration Deadline:Friday August 21st-----Late Registration $95 August 22nd-24th
Player Evaluations (U10 & up):TBA
Opening Day:  September 26th
Coaches Clinic: TBA
Saturday Dates: TBA
Thursday Evening Dates: TBA
Skills Session:  TBA
Movie Night:   TBA
Closing Day: November 14th



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 FSL Questions? Contact Us!

If your question is about the registration process, or problems with the online registration system, please contact Jacque Boyer, Club Manager.  If you have any general overall questions regarding FSL, please contact Michelle Jenkins, FSL Registrar John Luce, FSL Committee Chairperson  and/or Jeremy Smith, FSL Committee Assistant Chairperson

Fairhope Soccer Club Press Release:
Our soccer club is getting a new name along with a new partnership. Fairhope Soccer Club (formerly Mobile Bay FC) is proud to announce a new name & the partnership with the Gulf Coast Rangers FC coming this Fall.  As our club name is ever changing, our principles have not changed. Our goal is to provide an environment for youth to develop & grow through soccer.  
What does this mean for our soccer community? Under our current club name, Mobile Bay FC houses our three levels of soccer—Fairhope Soccer League U5-U15 recreational program (FSL), Blast Academy U8-U12 competitive program and MBFC U13-U18 travel program. The partnership with Gulf Coast Rangers FC will allow our current MBFC U13-U18 travel players the opportunity to be placed on teams with similar skilled players and to compete at the highest level possible.  This will also provide some relief from the limitations of the AHSAA 50% rule, also known as the 6-man rule, which has limited the opportunity for some players to be able to develop to their highest potential in both club and high school programs. 
Fairhope Soccer League, Fairhope Academy (formerly Blast Academy) and Board will remain the same but operate under the new name Fairhope Soccer Club.  Fairhope Soccer Club, under the guidance of Director of Coaching Nick Cooper, will continue to support our FSL volunteer coaches as well as ensure our Academy teams continue to receive high quality coaching. 
Fairhope Soccer Club is excited about the upcoming partnership and we are confident it will be a success for our soccer community and players. 

Recreational Level--Fairhope Soccer League:

Fairhope Soccer League offers youth players the opportunity to have fun playing soccer, learn fundamentals, and get some good fitness. FSL is volunteer-based program that functions under Fairhope Soccer Club (non-profit organization).  

Under the guidance of Coaching Directors, skills training sessions are offered to enhance an individual youth player's ball skills. Volunteer coaching clinics, weekly emails are offered to our volunteer coaches to help our coaches feel more comfortable teaching soccer and enable our players to learn key parts of the game earlier in their development.  


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