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Fall Recreational Soccer

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u4 Soccer

This developmental program's main focus is to make sure these youngsters have a great time while learning the game of soccer. The sessions are on Saturday Mornings from the beginning of September through the beginning of November. The sessions run from 10:15 - 11:15. The Allentown Location is Macungie Church of the Nazarene or Bethany Church - Macungie Campus. Easton and Bethlehem Locations TBD. Child must be 3 years old by July 31, 2015. No exceptions.

u6 Soccer

This developmental program's main focus is to make sure these kids have a great time while learning the game of soccer. The sessions are on Saturdays Mornings from the beginning of September through the beginning of November. The sessions are from 9:00 - 10:00. The Allentown Location is Macungie Church of the Nazarene or Bethany Church - Macungie Campus. Easton and Bethlehem Locations TBD. Child must be 4 years old by July 31, 2015. No exceptions.

u7 Soccer

This program is designed for children to be introduced to soccer through different skill sets, and to learn to work together as a team. At this age level, the kids practice once a week, and they play one game on the weekends against other youth associations and soccer clubs. Practice schedule is determined by the coach, and the game schedule is dictated by the league in which we play. The children are placed on teams that are gendered based. Child must be 6 years old by July 31, 2015.

u8 Soccer

This program is designed for children who have at least one season of soccer experience. These children play in local leagues. Their team practices at least once a week, and they have one game on the weekends. Practice schedule is determined by the coach, and the game schedule is dictated by the league in which we play. Child must be 7 years old by July 31, 2015.

u10 through u19 Soccer

This program is designed for kids who have at least two years of soccer experience. These kids play games in various leagues against local soccer clubs and youth associations. Practice schedule is determined by the coach, and the game schedule is dictated by the league in which we play. Child must be 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, or 14 years old as of July 31, 2015.

If your child is in this age group, and has no to little soccer experience, please mention that on the registration form.  That will help the soccer staff place your kids in the right soccer program.

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Travel Soccer Returns to AFC United

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The AFC United Soccer Program will have two travel teams competing this upcoming year.  The u10 Boy's Team and the u14 Girl's Team will be playing in the LVYSL for Fall 2015 and Spring 2016.  These teams will be playing in various tournaments throughout the year, and they will be competing at Iron Lakes for their Winter Season.

AFC Basketball takes to the Allentown Courts for Summer Basketball

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Athletes for Christ Summer Basketball

The AFC Basketball Program will be playing basketball this summer in the Allentown Parks and Recreation League hosted by the city of Allentown.

The 9/10 year old team, coached by Gary Plessl and Chad Marcks, will take on other teams from across the Lehigh Valley on Mondays, Wednesdays, or Saturdays.

The 11-14 year old team, coached by Chris Held and Chad Marcks, will also be playing teams from across the Lehigh Valley.

Both team's schedules will be posted soon.

AFC Website to get Overhaul

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The AFC Website will be under construction beginning next week.

If you are looking for some information, and you do not see it, please email quay@athletesforchrist.net

Volunteer Coaching Positions

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The Athletes for Christ Sports Ministry is always looking for volunteer coaches for each sport. Please read the descriptions below as to what the duties are for each position.

Head Coach

This person is responsible for the team which includes running practices, attending league meetings, leading the team at games, and reporting to the Director on the weekly basis as to the progress of your team.

Assistant Coach

This person is responsible for helping the head coach with the duties of running. This person works side by side with the head coach to ensure a positive experience for the team.

Spiritual Leader

This person is responsible for reading the Bible Devotions to the team at their practices and reviewing the lesson with them at their game. This person also helps lead the team in prayer before each game.

If any of the above is of interest to you, please fill out the online form. Part of the online form is a "Statement of Faith". That statement is how Christ has changed your life, and how you are living for Him, because of the relationship you have with Him.

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