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Congratulations to the U13 Boys Premier for winning the Bazooka Memorial Day Tournament. Our U14 Boys Premier team captured the Orlando City Festival title in a penalty shootout. The U17 Boys Premier team came up one goal short at the Orlando City Festival in the finals. We are proud of all of our teams accomplishments.


Congratulations to the U17 Boys Premier team for completing an undefeated weekend to capture the Metro PCS Cup. The team outscored the opposition 12-1 in their four (4) games to win the tournament. That makes two tournament victories in a row as they captured the Adidas Cup Challenge a few weeks ago. They look for a third title this weekend in the NASA Adidas Friendship Cup and College Showcase 2016 in Kennesaw, Georgia.

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Dates, times and locations for the 2016-17 Plant City FC Lancers tryouts have been set. The Lancers are proud to be a member of the Florida Youth Soccer Association (FYSA) and these dates are in line with their rules. Tryouts are absolutely free to attend and are open for all boys and girls. At the tryout sessions, you will be given the financial obligations to play academy/competitive soccer for the Lancers. If you have any questions, please contact the Lancers via e-mail at pcfclancers@gmail.com.

Please pay close attention as tryouts will be done by birth-year this year. U.S. Soccer mandates have changed some of the rules for making teams next season and so we will adjust the tryout process to reflect the U.S. Soccer initiative.

Please download, print, fill out and bring (or e-mail a completed version to us at pcfclancers@gmail.com) the 2016-17 Player Registration Form and Concussion Form at the links below to tryouts to help speed up the registration process.

Tryouts at: Otis M. Andrews Sports Complex
2602 E. Cherry St., Plant City FL 33563

2016-17 Player Registration Form  |  Concussion Form

Next season, all competitive teams with the Lancers will follow the United States Soccer Birth-Year Mandate when forming teams. Instead of the old system with teams being formed via birthdates beginning August 1, teams will now will filled with players having the same birth-year, whether the player was born in January or December. Players will still have the opportunity to play up a year but that is all based on the coach's decision. All of the changes below will begin at tryouts for next season:

2009s = U8
2008s = U9
2007s = U10
2006s = U11
2005s = U12
2004s = U13
2003s = U14
2002s = U15
2001s = U16
2000s = U17
1999s = U18
1998s = U19
U8: Play 4v4 with no goalkeeper on the field

U9 - U10: Play 7v7 on the field
No more heading allowed in practices and/or games
Goalie punting essentially disallowed

U11 - U12: Play 9v9 on the field

All age groups: Dimensions will be altered, making the field space smaller

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