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    The Club

    Toca Juniors Football Club ® (Toca Jrs or the Club) is an institution that fosters the physical and social development of its members through their participation in organized soccer leagues and sports related events. The Club was formed in 1996 and was incorporated in Maryland in 2007 as a 501(c)(iii) non-profit organization.


    Currently, the club is staffed by a Club President, Club Vice-President, Club Director, Club Secretary, Club Registrar, Managers Coordinator, Coordinator of Youth Divisions, Youth Girls Coordinator, Director of Coaching, Player Development Advisor, Goalkeeper Coach, Physical Training Coach, Sport Psychologist and 18 part-time coaches. The club boosts fourteen youth teams (ages 4 to 19). This accounts for approximately 250 youth players (150 Boys & 100 Girls) and 105+ adult players (35 Women’s & 70 Men’s) that also play soccer on an informal basis.


    Our Mission Statement

    Toca Juniors Football Club ® mission is to enhance the soccer development of our players, also creating a lifelong relationship between the club and its members (families and players).


    Athletic Development

    A set philosophy that goes beyond a single coach

    ● Analogy to home schooling

    ● Defined soccer style (teamwork and technical development)

    ● Character development, sportsmanship


    Finding the right coaches

    ● We focus on this aspect

    ● We recruit coaches that are familiar with the club


    Providing the right level of competition (always!)


    Coaches just focus on player development (club management takes care of the rest)


    Two teams per age bracket

    ● Enhances training opportunities

    ● Facilitates activities during the off-season


    Flexible structure

    ● You can move among the two teams

    ● Playing with older players


    Presence of adult teams as role models


    Our Name

    Toca: This word comes from the Spanish verb 'to touch'. If used in the context of a football match it simply means 'to pass' the ball. Taken in a larger context, a 'Tocadita' or 'Toca' represents a style of football. A style that relies equally on skill and team work where the joy for the game is the epicenter.


    Juniors: Players that come under this structure do so to learn, to develop and absorb from their senior counterparts.


    Football: The English word is used because we admire and identify with the English professionalism and rectitude towards the sport. The dedication, organization and effort is something we continually look to implement and shadow.


    Club: It's not just a team, it's a family of people who love to compete, to exercise, and more importantly to share their friends and family by attending games, professional matches, barbeques and all sorts of social events organized by the club.


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  • Upcoming

    Matches & Events

    Saturday, October 12
    1:00 PM

    MSI classic League

    U12 Girls SPIRITS vs Sharks

    Redland LP (17210 Redland Road, Rockville, MD 20855)


    1:00 PM

    EDP Travel League

    Leesburg FC 05G vs U15 Girls MYSTICS

    Foxcroft School Turf Field #1 (22407 Foxhound Lane Middleburg, VA 20117)


    2:40 PM

    MSI Classic League

    U12 Boys WARRIORS vs Rockville FC

    Cold Spring ES (upper) (9201 Falls Chapel Way Potomac, MD 20854)


    6:20 PM

    MSI Classic League

    U10 Boys UNITED vs Game Changers

    Einstein HS Stadium (Center) (11135 Newport Mill Rd, Kensington, MD 20895)

    CLEAN UP FIELD: UNITED

    Sunday, October 13
    9:00 AM

    MSI classic League

    U15 Girls CAPITALS vs Bethesda Magic

    Einstein HS Stadium (11135 Newport Mill Rd, Kensington, MD 20895)


    10:45 AM

    WISL League

    Ferro Carril Oeste vs TOCA Classic

    Carlini Field - CUA Soccer Field (Bates Rd., NE, Washington, DC 20017)


    12:20 PM

    MSI classic League

    U16 Girls NATIONALS vs Cantera Hornets

    Einstein HS Stadium (11135 Newport Mill Rd, Kensington, MD 20895)


    1:00 PM

    MSI Classic League

    U12 Girls BENGALS vs Olney Alliance

    Gaithersburg HS Stadium (Right) (101 Education Blvd, Gaithersburg, MD 20877)


    1:50 PM

    MSI classic League

    Fury vs U11 Boys PATRIOTS

    Big Pines LP (13900 Travilah Rd, Gaithersburg, MD 20878)

    UPCOMING TOURNAMENTS

    2019

    Mid-Atlantic Cup 2019

    June 7-9, 2019

    U14 Boys RAIDERS

    U14 Boys White Div

  • PRACTICE SCHEDULE

    By Teams

    2019 Fall Season

    Avenel LP practice permits are in effect for weeks beginning September 3 and run through October 25.

    Norwood School practice permits are in effect for weeks beginning September 3 and run through October 31.


    U10 BOYS

    UNITED

    Tuesdays, 5:30 to 7:00pm at Avenel LP #3

    Fridays, 5:30 to 7:00pm at Avenel LP #3

    Bring: Official TOCA Practice Jersey, soccer cleats, shin guards, soccer ball and water bottle.

    Coaches: Andrés Villarraga & William Alberding



    U11 BOYS

    PATRIOTS

    Tuesdays, 5:00 to 6:30pm at Avenel LP #3

    Thursdays, 5:00 to 6:30pm at Avenel LP #3

    Bring: Official TOCA Practice Jersey, soccer cleats, shin guards, soccer ball and water bottle.

    Coaches: Victor Cahe, Carlos Troncoso, John Morabito & Nicolás Smurthwaite



    U12 BOYS

    WARRIORS

    Tuesdays, 5:00 to 6:30pm at Avenel LP #3

    Thursdays, 5:00 to 6:30pm at Avenel LP #3

    Bring: Official TOCA Practice Jersey, soccer cleats, shin guards, soccer ball and water bottle.

    Coaches: Victor Cahe, Carlos Troncoso, John Morabito & Nicolás Smurthwaite



    U12 GIRLS

    SPIRITS

    Mondays, 5:15 to 6:30pm at Avenel LP #3

    Fridays, 5:15 to 6:30pm at Avenel LP #3

    Bring: Official TOCA Practice Jersey, soccer cleats, shin guards, soccer ball and water bottle.

    Coaches: Sul Allyn & Rodrigo Iriani.


    BENGALS

    Mondays, 5:30pm to 6:45pm at Avenel LP #3

    Fridays, 5:30pm to 6:45pm at Avenel LP #3

    Bring: Official TOCA Practice Jersey, soccer cleats, shin guards, soccer ball and water bottle.

    Coaches: Sul Allyn & Juan Caicedo.



    U13 BOYS

    BRONCOS

    Mondays, 5:00 to 6:30pm at Avenel LP #3

    Fridays, 5:00 to 6:30pm at Norwood School (Lower Field East)

    Bring: Official TOCA Practice Jersey, soccer cleats, shin guards, soccer ball and water bottle.

    Coaches: Victor Cahe, Christian Noguera & John Morabito



    U13 GIRLS

    TIGERS II

    Tuesdays, 5:30 to 7:00pm at Avenel LP #3

    Thursdays, 5:30 to 7:00pm at Avenel LP #3

    Bring: Official TOCA Practice Jersey, soccer cleats, shin guards, soccer ball and water bottle.

    Coaches: Sul Allyn & Mike Colavito.



    U15 BOYS

    RAIDERS

    Tuesdays, 5:45 to 7:15pm at Norwood School (Lower Field East)

    Thursdays, 5:45 to 7:15pm at Norwood School (Lower Field East)

    Bring: Official TOCA Practice Jersey, soccer cleats, shin guards, soccer ball and water bottle.

    Coaches: Marco Castellon & Nikolas Castellon.



    U15 GIRLS

    CAPITALS

    Wednesdays, 5:30 to 7:00pm at Avenel LP #3

    Thursdays, 5:30 to 7:00pm at Avenel LP #3

    Bring: Official TOCA Practice Jersey, soccer cleats, shin guards, soccer ball and water bottle.

    Coaches: Sul Allyn.


    MYSTICS

    Tuesdays, 5:30 to 7:00pm at Norwood School (Lower Field East)

    Thursdays, 5:30 to 7:00pm at Norwood School (Lower Field East)

    Bring: Official TOCA Practice Jersey, soccer cleats, shin guards, soccer ball and water bottle.

    Coaches: Christian Noguera & Fernando Plastino.



    U16 GIRLS

    NATIONALS

    Mondays, 5:45 to Dark at Avenel LP #3

    Fridays, 5:45 to Dark at Norwood School (Lower Field East)

    Bring: Official TOCA Practice Jersey, soccer cleats, shin guards, soccer ball and water bottle.

    Coaches: Christian Noguera & John Morabito.



    U18 BOYS

    HUSKIES

    Wednesdays, 5:45 to 7:15pm at Norwood School (Lower Field East)

    Fridays, 5:00 to 6:30pm at Norwood School (Lower Field East)

    Bring: Official TOCA Practice Jersey, soccer cleats, shin guards, soccer ball and water bottle.

    Coaches: Christian Noguera, Fernando Plastino, John Morabito & Nicolás Smurthwaite.



    HS BOYS

    BEARS

    Wednesdays, 5:45 to 7:15pm at Norwood School (Lower Field East)

    Fridays, 5:00 to 6:30pm at Norwood School (Lower Field East)

    Bring: Official TOCA Practice Jersey, soccer cleats, shin guards, soccer ball and water bottle.

    Coaches: Christian Noguera, John Morabito & Nicolás Smurthwaite.



    WOMEN'S

    TROUPERS

    Contact Us

    Bring: Practice jersey, soccer cleats, Shin-guards, Soccer Ball and Water-bottle.

    Coaches: Christian Noguera & Fernando Plastino.


    EXTRA TRAINING SESSIONS

    2019 Fall Season

    PHYSICAL TRAINING

    (From September 4, 2019)

    (GIRLS & BOYS U12 TO HS)

    Wednesdays, 6:00 to 7:00pm at Avenel LP (Upper Field next to Tennis Courts)

    Bring: Official TOCA Practice Jersey, running shoes and water bottle.

    Coach: Joe Medrano.

    Extra Training required but not mandatory.


    GOALKEEPER TRAINING

    (From September 3, 2019)

    (GIRLS & BOYS U10 TO U15)

    Tuesdays & Thursdays, 5:00 to 6:00pm at Avenel LP #3

    Bring: wear appropriate keeper shirts (to prevent scratch), soccer cleats, shin guards, gloves, soccer ball and water bottle.

    Coach: Alexander Oshinsky.

    Extra Training required but not mandatory.


  • SOCCER TRYOUTS

    OVERVIEW

    Open Soccer Tryouts
    Soccer Tryouts Boys & Girls

    MSI Classic teams (Fall 2015)

    (Boys U9 to U19 & Girls U9 to U16)

    see video

    Open Soccer Tryouts
    Soccer Tryouts Boys & Girls

    MSI Classic teams (Fall 2013)

    (Boys U9 to U19 & Girls U9 to U16)

    see video

    About Tryouts

    You have probably taken the MSI evaluations test!!

    Now comes the best part: Its your turn to choose a team!! Classic level. Please come and join us at one of our tryouts. It will be a great chance to meet our coaches and learn more about our club.


    Where is the club based?

    Most of our players live in Maryland. We hold practices in the Bethesda/Potomac area. Exact field locations will be posted on the website once the appropriate permits are sent out by the park services.


    What league does Toca Juniors Football Club ® participate in?

    Almost all of our teams play in MSI-Classic Program, which is the competitive arm of MSI (Montgomery Soccer Incorporated). For more information on the league please visit: http://www.msisoccer.org. Other team(s) participate in the Easter Development Program (EDP), giving the Club players an opportunity to play in a more competitive league.


    Is Toca Juniors Football Club ® a travel club?

    All of the games played for MSI are in the Montgomery County area. Toca Juniors F.C occasionally takes part of State tournaments depending schedule availability. The only games that may be played including travel are for the team(s) participating in the EDP League.


    What else can I do as a potential player?

    In order to compete in the league, every player has to pass a player-evaluation “test” which is conducted by the league. This is a requirement. You cannot be signed onto a team unless this has been successfully completed.


    What is the player evaluation?

    The MSI-Classic program looks provide the appropriate competitive atmosphere where players will excel and develop their soccer skills. Thus the league has set a minimum level of aptitude for the kids to complete consisting of an afternoon practice where basic drills are conducted. Their skills are evaluated and compared to the rest of the cohort. For details please visit: http://www.msisoccer.org .


    Can Toca Juniors Football Club ® help with the player evaluation?

    The evaluations are conducted by volunteer coaches and we have no influence in the process. But if you are interested in playing for us and are planning on attending please let us know. We can offer details on scheduling and other administrative issues. I have attended the evaluation and have NOT completed it successfully… If you have a true love for the sport and would really like to participate, we can sign you up as a wild card player. If you work hard you may be able to develop the skills necessary for to compete in the league.


    What is a wild card player?

    Each team has three wild cards, that is, three players can be signed up that have not passed the player evaluation. We intend to use these on players that may have been away from the sport or we think that can contribute significantly to the team in some form. We don not intend to use them for players that have simply avoided the evaluation. All players should attend this session, they are very important for the league and for us.


    When is Toca Juniors Football Club ® holding tryouts?

    You should contact us directly and we will let you know of times and dates as we see them necessary. As we have not started holding regular practices, we cannot provide a list of dates and times.


    How often does Toca Juniors Football Club ® practice, and Which days?

    We will hold two practices a week. The days of the week depend on the consensus of the team and the coach. We normally recommend Tuesdays and Thursdays, but it makes no sense to hold a practice if most players cannot attend. We are flexible.


    Can I meet the coaches?

    A great way is to attend one of their games and see them in action!! Check our website or send us an email. You can chat with them after the game and get a Costl for his voice and how he explains himself. Remember, if you are going to join the club, you will listen to that voice week in and week out!.


    TRYOUTS

    Information

    For NEW PLAYERS

    Toca Juniors Football Club ® is currently seeking players to tryout for the 2019 Fall season. There are still a few open roster spots for a few committed players in each age group to round out our rosters.


    We are looking to recruit new players for:


    MSI Classic teams:

    Girls & Boys born in 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004, 2003, 2002, 2001, 2000.


    EDP Travel teams:

    Girls born in 2005

    Boys born in 2001


    We hold practices in the Bethesda/Potomac area.


    Contact us to schedule an individual tryout (day and time), write to info@tocajuniors.com


    All interested players have to Register for the Tryout!

    * Online registration is REQUIRED for everyone.


    - What to bring: Soccer shoes, shin guards, water bottle & soccer ball.


  • TOURNAMENTS

    OVERVIEW

    Soccer Tournaments
    SAC Columbia Invitational 2013

    Toca Juniors U12 Boys Bears: Finalist

    see video

    Soccer Tournaments
    MSI Cherry Blossom Classic 2013

    Toca Juniors U11 Boys Huskies: Champions

    see video

    Soccer Tournaments
    MSI Cherry Blossom Classic 2013

    Toca Juniors U12 Boys Bears: Champions

    see video

    About Tournaments

    Gothia Cup.

    Gothia Cup is the world’s largest and most international youth football tournament. Each year, around 1700 teams from 80 nations take part and they play 4500 games on 110 fields. It’s the teams, and participants from around the world that make the tournament unique. A meeting place for the world’s youth, irrespective of religion, skin color or nationality, with football as the common denominator. Our organization consists of eight full-time employed staff and during the tournament works more than 2 500 people. Gothia Cup was first held in 1975. The tournament was started by the football associations BK Häcken, GAIS and a local newspaper but has been owned since the early 80’s entirely and solely by BK Häcken. Through the years, almost a million players from a total of 146 countries have participated in the tournament.


    Cup No.1.

    Cup No.1 is a youth soccer tournament for both boys and girls. It has been held in Frederikshavn, Denmark since 1984 under the name Dana Cup No.1. Almost 8.200 teams from 100 nations have joined our tournament through the years. All matches are played on nice green soccer fields of international standard in Frederikshavn. We are proud to say that all fields are in the same area, so your team/s do not have to spend a lot of time on transportation. This gives you time to enjoy both the tournament but also the City of Frederikshavn. The tournament is held week 28 every year. The city Frederikshavn is situated on the coast, and we are proud to say that we have one of Denmark‘s nicest beaches..


    Bethesda Premier Cup.

    The 2018 Bethesda Premier Cup is one of the top competitive youth soccer tournaments in the country. With over 1,200 of the top clubs in the country participating (80% from the Mid-Atlantic region), this is a “must” participate event for top teams and college recruiters. For two weekends in November, BSC hosts about 18,000 boys and girls ranging in age from 9 to 18; about 3,500 officials, including coaches, managers, referees and tournament volunteers; and at least 36,000 parents, plus siblings and other relatives, friends and fans who attend as spectators.


    APC Premier Cup.

    Established in 2009, this event is one of the TOP boys events in the country ranging from U9 to U19! The top teams in the country come from Regions 1, 2, 3, and 4 to play in Northern Virginia on over 50 turf fields. The APC Premier Cup consistently brings in some of the top officials nationwide, which allows players to experience officiating from some of the best in the country. Striving to be at the top of their brackets and competing for awesome Champion and Finalist medals, boys on U9 to U15 teams play in a championship format. Boys on U16 to U19 teams highlight their talents on the field in showcase games, giving the attending college coaches the chance to scout their next collegiate superstar. GotSoccer ranked this event a Top 5 Tournament in the country.


    Annandale Premier Cup.

    The Toughest Tournament in America. Annandale Premier Cup Boys Weekend is held every year during early March. The APC Girls Spring Showcase is held every year during the first weekend in March.


    Tottenham Hotspur America Trophy.

    The Tottenham Hotspur America Trophy will be held at Covenant Park on December 7-8, 2013. This event will include a coaching clinic lead by the Tottenham Hotspur Technical Staff and 2 day tournament. During the tournament the Tottenham Techincal Staff will be monitoring games and selecting 16 players to take part in a 5 Day UK Player Development Residential Programme. All expenses, except airfare, are covered by Tottenham Hotspur Football Development.


    SAC Columbia Fall Classic.

    Boys and Girls U9 - U19. The Columbia Fall Classic is open to all competitive and classic club teams. All teams must be affiliated and their players registered with USYS through their respective state associations, US Club Soccer, SAY or AYSO.


    SAC United Premier Columbus Day Tournament.

    Boys and Girls U9 - U19. The SAC Columbus Day Tournament is open to all competitive and classic club teams. This is a US Club. All teams must be affiliated and their players registered with USYSA through their respective state associations, US Club Soccer, SAY or AYSO. The tournament is also open to any international teams in the CONCACAF region.


    OBGC Capital Cup Labor Day Tournament.

    Rated one of the top Labor Day Tournament in Region I, the OBGC Capital Cup teams play at some of the most spectacular soccer complexes in the country. Freeman Fields at OBGC Park and Lucido Fields at Covenant Park, will host most of the event this year, as well as other fields around the Olney Area for the three day event held September 2-4, 2017. (Local teams may play Friday Night).


    Kickoff Classic Festival Labor Day Tournament.

    The MSI Kickoff Classic will be played each year on the Saturday and Sunday of Labor Day weekend. It takes place at the Potomac Polo Grounds in Poolesville. The 2013 dates are August 31 and September 1. The "Festival Format" provides an opportunity for ALL teams to play six “mini-games” (25-minutes each) against six different opponents over two days! Three mini-games will be played on Saturday, and three on Sunday of Labor Day Weekend. The emphasis is on providing a festive, low-pressure environment that provides a fantastic opportunity to focus on fun and prep for the fall season.


    SAC Columbia Invitational Memorial Day Tournament.

    Boys and Girls U9 - U19. The Columbia Invitational is open to all competitive and classic club teams. This is a US Club and USYS Sanctioned tournament. All teams must be affiliated and their players registered with USYSA through their respective state associations or US Club Soccer.


    Potomac Memorial Tournament.

    Ranked Top 10 in the Nation Boys U9 - U19 Soccer College Showcase Tournament Memorial Day Weekend..


    Mid-Atlantic Cup.

    Played at one of the nation's finest soccer complexes, the Mid-Atlantic Cup welcomes recreational, classic/select, and travel level clubs to participate. Experience the joys of playing against fun and quality competition on some of the nicest fields in the country at the prestigious Maryland SoccerPlex.


    MSI Cherry Blossom Classic.

    The 2014 MSI Cherry Blossom Classic Tournament will include U9-U19 boys AND girls teams, and all are guaranteed a minimum of 3 games. Every game of the tournament will be played on the superior quality fields of the Maryland Soccerplex. This event is sanctioned by both US Club Soccer and USYS.

    UPCOMING

    2019

    TBD

    LATEST TOURNAMENTS

    Gothia Cup

    July 14-20, 2019 (Gothenburg, Sweden)

    U18 Boys HUSKIES

    Boys 18 Group 16

    Cup No. 1

    July 8-13, 2019 (Frederikshavn, Denmark)

    U18 Boys HUSKIES

    Boys 18 Group 16

    Mid-Atlantic Cup 2019

    June 7-9, 2019

    U14 Boys RAIDERS

    U14 Boys White Div

    MSI Cherry Blossom Classic

    March 22-24, 2019

    U11 Girls BENGALS

    Chesapeake Div

    MDUFC Winter League

    From January 5 to February 24, 2019

    U18 Boys HUSKIES

    U19 2001/2000 Div

    International Soccer Exchange

    May 19-23, 2018

    vs Academia Argüello

    APC Premier Cup

    March 9-11, 2018

    U17 Boys HUSKIES - Showcase Blue

    MSI Cherry Blossom Classic

    March 16-18, 2018

    U11 Girls TIGERS II - Chesapeake Div

    U12 Girls MYSTICS - Potomac Div

    U13 Girls CAPITALS - CANCELLED

    U17/HS Boys BEARS - CANCELLED

    OBGC Capital Cup

    September 2-4, 2017

    U17 Boys HUSKIES - Premier Div

    SAC Columbia Invitational

    May 27-29, 2017

    U16 Boys HUSKIES - Premier Div

    MSI Cherry Blossom

    March 24-26, 2017

    U11 Girls MYSTICS - Potomac Div

    U12 Boys TERRAPINS - Potomac Div

    APC Premier Cup

    March 10-12, 2017

    U16 Boys HUSKIES - U16 Showcase Red

    Presidents’ Day Qualifier

    February 18-20, 2017

    U18 Boys CANTERA 99 - U18 Potomac Div

    Arctic Classic (Indoor)

    December 28-29, 2017

    U16 Boys HUSKIES - Boys U17

    Global Team Winter Turf College Showcase

    December 3 & 4, 2016

    U18 Boys CANTERA 99 - Boys U18

    Hempfield Adidas Fall Classic

    November 19 & 20, 2016

    U18 Boys CANTERA 99 - Premier Div

    Columbia Fall Classic

    November 12 & 13, 2016

    U16 Boys HUSKIES - Premier Div

    U18 Boys CANTERA 99 - Premier Div

    2016 Toca International Tourney

    October 22 & 23, 2016

    Boys U16/U18 | Bretton Woods REC

    Hagerstown Columbus Day Shootout

    October 8 & 9, 2016

    U18 Boys CANTERA 99 [Schedule]

    OBGC Capital Cup 2016

    September 3-4-5, 2016

    U16 Boys HUSKIES [U16 Premier Div]

    The August Cup 2016

    August 26-27-28, 2016

    U18 Boys CANTERA 99 [Champions Division]

    EDP Summer Showcase 2016

    Saturday July 23rd and Sunday July 24th

    U16 Boys CANTERA 99 [Copa Libertadores Division]

    Potomac Memorial Tournament

    May 28-30, 2016

    U14 Boys HUSKIES [Chesapeake Division]

    FC DELCO Players Cup 2016

    May 27-30, 2016

    U16 Boys CANTERA 99 [Silver Division]

    Mid-Atlantic Cup 2016

    June 10-12, 2016

    U16 Boys CANTERA 99 [Black Division]

    MSI Cherry Blossom Classic

    March 18-20

    12 teams played at the Tournament:

    U10 Girls MYSTICS

    U10 Boys FALCONS/UNITED

    U11 Girls CAPITALS

    U11 Boys TERRAPINS

    U11 Boys RAIDERS

    U12 Girls NATIONALS

    U12 Boys PITBULLS

    U13 Boys BULLDOGS

    U14 Girls CHEETAHS

    U14 Girls WILDCATS

    U14 Boys HUSKIES

    U16 Girls GLADIATORS

    APC Premier Cup 2016

    March 5-6

    1 team played at the Tournament:

    U14 Boys HUSKIES (Championship Div.)

    Tottenham Hotspur America Trophy

    December 5-6, 2015

    1 team played at the Tournament:

    Toca Juniors U14 Boys Huskies - Elite Div

    OBGC Capital Cup

    September 5-7, 2015

    1 team played at the Tournament:

    Toca Juniors U14 Boys Huskies - Elite Div

    MSI Cherry Blossom Classic

    March 20-22, 2015

    4 teams played at the Tournament:

    Toca Juniors U11 Boys ‪‎Pitbulls‬ - Montgomery Div

    Toca Juniors U11 Girls ‪‎Nationals‬ - Potomac Div

    Toca Juniors U12 Boys ‪‎Hoyas‬ - Potomac Div

    Toca Juniors U12 Boys ‪‎Bulldogs‬ - Chesapeake Div

    Tottenham Hotspur America Cup

    December 6-7, 2014

    1 team played at the Tournament:

    Toca Juniors U13 Boys Huskies [Schedule & Standings - ELITE Division]

    #‎WeAreToca #TOCA #PLAYsimple #AmericaTrophy #soccer

    MSI Kickoff Classic 2014

    August 30-31, 2014

    2 Teams played at the Tournament:

    Toca Juniors U13 Girls Cheetahs [Green Div]

    Toca Juniors U13 Girls Wildcats [White Div]

    #‎WeAreToca #TOCA #PLAYsimple #MSIKickoffClassic #soccer

    OBGC Capital Cup

    August 29-September 1, 2014

    1 Team played at the Tournament:

    Toca Juniors U13 Boys Huskies [Schedule - Standings - Championship Div]

    #‎WeAreToca #TOCA #PLAYsimple #OBGCCapitalCup Elite Tournaments GotSoccer

    39th Annual Columbia Invitational Memorial Day Tournament

    May 23-26, 2014

    2 Teams played at the Tournament:

    Toca Juniors U12 Boys Huskies [Gold Div]

    Toca Juniors U13 Boys Bears [Championship Div]

    #‎WeAreToca #TOCA #PLAYsimple #columbiainvitational Elite Tournaments GotSoccer

    MSI Cherry Blossom Classic

    March 28-30, 2014

    8 teams registered at the Tournament:

    Due to weather conditions 7 teams played some games. The Tournament could not be played normally.

    SAC Columbia Fall Classic

    November 16-17, 2013

    2 teams registered at the Tournament:

    Toca Juniors U12 Boys Huskies (RED div) [schedule & standings]

    Toca Juniors U13 Boys Bears (ELITE div) [schedule & standings]

    Tottenham Hotspur America Cup
    December 7-8, 2013

    1 team registered at the Tournament:

    Toca Juniors U13 Boys "Polar" Bears (Boys U12/13) [schedule & standings]

  • Current Teams

    By Age group

    2019 Fall Season

    MSI Classic League games will begin the weekend of September 7/8. The final weekend of regularly scheduled play will be the weekend of October 26/27 or November 9/10. Rain dates will be the weekend of November 2/3 or November 9/10.Temporary schedules in PDF format. All schedules are now in the SINC system.


    EDP Travel League will begin the weekend of September 7/8.


    WISL Men's League will begin the weekend of September 7/8.


    DISCTICT SPORTS (7v7) Coed League will begin Monday, September 9.


    ZOG SPORTS (7v7) Coed League started on August, September 16.


    U10 BOYS

    UNITED (MSI Classic)

    | SCHEDULE SINC system


    U11 BOYS

    PATRIOTS (MSI Classic)

    | SCHEDULE SINC system


    U12 BOYS

    WARRIORS (MSI Classic)

    | SCHEDULE SINC system


    U12 GIRLS

    SPIRITS (MSI Classic)

    | SCHEDULE SINC system

    BENGALS (MSI Classic)

    | SCHEDULE SINC system


    U13 BOYS

    BRONCOS (MSI Classic)

    | SCHEDULE SINC system


    U13 GIRLS

    TIGERS II (MSI Classic)

    | SCHEDULE SINC system


    U15 GIRLS

    CAPITALS (MSI Classic)

    |SCHEDULE SINC system

    MYSTICS (EDP League)

    | SCHEDULE


    U15 BOYS

    RAIDERS (EDP League)

    | SCHEDULE


    U16 GIRLS

    NATIONALS (MSI Classic)

    | SCHEDULE SINC system


    U18 BOYS

    HUSKIES (EDP League)

    | SCHEDULE


    HS BOYS

    BEARS (MSI Classic)

    | SCHEDULE SINC system


    WOMEN'S OPEN

    TROUPERS

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    COED 7v7

    TOCA SuperSlowmo (DISTRICT SPORTS Mondays)

    | SCHEDULE / STANDINGS


    COED 7v7

    TOCA SuperSlowmo (ZOG SPORTS Fridays)

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    MEN'S COLLEGE

    TOCA CLASSIC (WISL Sundays)

    | SCHEDULE / STANDINGS


    MEN'S OPEN

    LA TOCADITA (WISL Saturdays)

    | SCHEDULE / STANDINGS


    Archive

    Teams

    Toca Juniors U10

    Toca Juniors U11

    Toca Juniors U12

    Toca Juniors U13

    Toca Juniors U14

    Toca Juniors U15

    Toca Juniors U16

    Toca Juniors U17

    Toca Juniors U18/HS

    Men's College

    Men's Open


  • About Our Club

    History

    Our origins, experience and project

    Established in 1996, the Club came to life as a simple indoor team organized by a few mates who shared the passion for football and competition. At the time, most of the founding members were involved in other competitive teams but felt that there was something missing. In the search for more than passes and goals, the club quickly built a reputation for its camaraderie. As the seasons progressed and the interest grew it moved into 11 aside leagues where it quickly conquered their first championship (we are still awaiting for the trophy thou...!) The team originated from a heavily Hispanic group; thus the Hispanic name. It has since evolved into a club where anyone with a passion for football Costls at home. Currently the Club is represented by more than dozen nationalities.


    Our Adult teams

    Our adult teams are an intricate part of the club. La Tocadita (as our adult teams are called) provides opportunities for adults to compete and engage in the game and in the club. Many parents of youth players and club directors actively participate in these teams. Likewise, most of our coaches currently sport the club's NAVY BLUE uniform! We encourage youth team players to attend these games as they can see their own coaches play. They will have the opportuntity to absorb the passion for the game as well as learning the technical aspects of adult competition.


    Our experience with youth teams

    The initiative to create the Club Structure is driven by the great experience we had with our first youth team.We guided a core group of players for 7 years until the "boys" (now turned men) departed for University. This superb trip (numerous championships and sportsmanship awards) left us with plenty ideas as to how to repeat the experience on a personal level - where we shared practices, games, college application processes, BBQs and much more - as well as how to improve on the training and athletic development we provide. We invite you to read through our philosophy section.


    What we seek

    The resulting game plan has been to develop a proper club structure, thus we have integrated our youth teams to our adult divisions. The initiative is well on its way as it can be seen in our website were you can get a Costl of where we are headed and the general atmosphere we provide. The core concept and essence is to train two teams together. We believe that this will give more liberty and alternatives in terms of conducting drills, scrimmages and competitive games during practices. We think that by pooling our efforts and creating a single atmosphere kids will bond more as they will Costl part of something more significant, with more presence.


    Club Staff

    administration

    Soccer Club Staff
    Carlos Troncoso

    Co-founder & President.

    Soccer Club Staff
    Sul Allyn

    Vice-President & Youth Girls Coordinator.

    Soccer Club Staff
    Christian Noguera

    Co-founder & Coordinator of Youth Divisions.

    Soccer Club Staff
    Guillermo Petrei

    Co-founder & Director.

    Soccer Club Staff
    Francisco J. Montero

    Co-founder & Secretary.

    Soccer Club Staff
    Javier Bartoli

    Director of Coaching.

    Soccer Club Staff
    Claudia Bonangelino

    Managers Coordinator.

    Soccer Club Staff
    Amilcar (Milco) Ivanovic

    Player Development Advisor.

    Soccer Club Staff
    Alexander Oshinsky

    Sport psychologists.

    Soccer Club Staff
    Gustavo Petrei

    Registrar.

  • REGISTRATION/

    UNIFORM

    MSI Classic League - 2019 Spring Season

    New Players

    3 easy steps:


    1. Club Membership payment

    2. Registration with MSI

    a) Complete Registration Form and Medical Release forms.

    b) Create player profile in Bonzi using team specific link.

    c) Upload Proof of Age (copy of government issued birth certificates, valid passports or other government issued identification that indicates a player’s date of birth) in Bonzi.

    d) Upload a recent picture of the player in Bonzi (forward facing head-shot).

    *Please complete the registration for the Spring as soon as possible in order to save your spot.


    3. Uniform.


    Returning Players

    2 easy steps:


    1. Club Membership payment

    2. Registration with MSI

    a) Create player profile in Bonzi using team specific link.

    b) Upload Proof of Age (copy of government issued birth certificates, valid passports or other government issued identification that indicates a player’s date of birth) in Bonzi.

    c) Upload a recent picture of the player in Bonzi (forward facing head-shot).

    *Please complete the registration for the Spring as soon as possible in order to save your spot.


    STEP 1

    CLUB MEMBERSHIP

    Fees:

    Club Membership for the Spring 2019 season includes MSI Team Registration, Field Development and Maintenance Fund, Coaching Fees, Practice Field Permits, Team Equipment and Supplies, Player Development Programs, Administrative Fees and Website.


    Club Membership does not include: Uniform, Tournaments and Summer / Spring / Winter Camps.


    Refund Policy:

    Club Membership + Uniform Fees are refunded only in the case of an unforeseen medical condition that prohibits the player from participating in our soccer program (i.e. injury). No refunds after March 3, 2019 (four weeks prior to the first game of the season).


    Medical and Relocation Refund Requests:

    In the event that a player is injured during the season and cannot play or practice for the remainder of the season, the Board may consider providing a partial refund. Families must submit a written request with a physician note to the registrar. In the event that a family relocates out of the area during the season the Board may consider a partial refund on a case-by-case basis. Families must submit a written request to the registrar. Please note that refundable amounts are time-sensitive as costs accrue to the Club for services provided to the team based on player headcount each month. Consequently, the refundable amount will be affected by the date you request the refund, not the date of the event.


    Uniform Policy:

    Toca Juniors Football Club ® (Toca Jrs or the Club) strives to always project a professional image at all times. Every player will be asked to adhere to the following practice and game uniform policies. Only official TOCA uniform kit and practice gear will be allowed to be worn while participating in any Club event. This will represent professionalism and team unity!.


    Photography/Video Consent Policy:

    By registering your child to play in Toca Juniors Football Club, you consent to be photographed, filmed and/or otherwise recorded. Toca Juniors Football Club takes photographs and video of players and activities for use in promotional and editorial material. With registration of your child to play Toca Juniors Football Club, you give permission for the recording of photographs and/or video of your child and yourself. You grant Toca Juniors Football Club, a nonprofit organization, all rights to use these still or moving images for educational, promotional, advertising, and other purposes, which advance the overall mission of Toca Juniors Football Club "to enhance the soccer development of our players, also creating a lifelong relationship between the club and its members (families and players." All rights to the photographs and video belong to Toca Juniors Football Club.


    Payment Schedule:

    Please pay promptly after registering to guarantee a spot on the roster.


    STEP 2

    FORMS/DOCUMENTS

    Concerns or Questions contact:

    Gustavo Petrei

    Registrar

    registrar@tocajuniors.com


    STEP 3

    UNIFORM

    New Players

    Your child will need a team uniform to compete in the upcoming season.

    This is a very exciting moment for most players.

    Each player will receive a Uniform Kit.


    What is needed:

    •A Uniform Kit*

    *The Uniform Kit comes with a practice Adidas Squadra 17 jersey (white or black), home (navy) and away (red) Adidas Squadra 17 jersey with matching Adidas Squadra 17 short (navy) and a pair of Adidas Metro IV OTC socks (Navy). Uniforms are specially ordered with the MSI logo as well as with Toca Juniors Football Club Patch.


    Please place your order in a timely fashion (ASAP) to ensure the uniform arrives before the season starts. Due to the volume of orders, it can take up to 10 weeks for uniforms to arrive. On average, they take 4 weeks.


    How to Order:

    1. Payment*


    *Once this step is complete families will receive an email to process ordering size/pick up system.


    *New Uniform Policy for 2017/2018: The club will move to a 2-year cycle in which new uniforms will be given every 2 years starting Fall 2017. This policy applies to all our girls and boys teams starting from U-10 all the way up to the U-15’s.


    Concerns or Questions contact:

    Toca Juniors Football Club ®

    Uniform

    info@tocajuniors.com


    Show your colors

    or fade away

    Soccer Club Uniform
    Toca Juniors Football Club ®

    Adidas Youth/Adult Squadra 17 Jersey (Navy)

    Soccer Club Uniform
    Toca Juniors Football Club ®

    Adidas Youth/Adult Squadra 17 Jersey (Red)

    Soccer Club Uniform
    Toca Juniors Football Club ®

    Adidas Youth/Adult Squadra 17 Jersey (White)

    Soccer Club Uniform
    Toca Juniors Football Club ®

    Adidas Youth/Adult Squadra 17 Jersey (Black)

    Soccer Club Uniform
    Toca Juniors Football Club ®

    Adidas Youth/Adult/Women's Squadra 17 Short (Navy)

    Soccer Club Uniform
    Toca Juniors Football Club ®

    Adidas Metro IV OTC Sock (Navy)

    Soccer Ball Tocata
    Toca Juniors Football Club ®

    Official Soccer Ball

    Soccer Club Scarf
    Toca Juniors Football Club ®

    Official Scarf

  • Club Honours

    History

    Fall 2018 (MSI Sportsmanship Winners)

    U11 Girls Bengals

    U14 Boys Raiders


    Fall 2018 (Men's Open League)

    Tocadita: 2nd Place – WISL Premier Div

    Toca Classic: 2nd Place – DISTRICT SPORTS Div 2


    Fall 2018 (MSI Classic League)

    U12 Boys Broncos: 2nd Place - Div 2

    U12 Girls Tigers II: 3rd Place - Div 2

    U13 Girls Mystics: Champions - U14 Div 2

    HS Boys Bears: 3rd Place - Div 1


    Spring 2018 (WISL Open League)

    Men's Open: Champions – Premier Div


    Spring 2018 (MSI Classic League)

    U12 Girls Mystics: Champions - Div 1

    U12 Girls Capitals: Champions - Div 2

    U17-HS Boys Bears: 3rd Place - Div 1


    Spring 2018 (EDP Travel League)

    U17 Boys Huskies: 3rd Place - Div 2 South


    2018 APC Premier Cup

    U17 Boys Huskies: Champions


    Fall 2017 (MSI Sportsmanship Winners)

    U11 Boys Broncos

    U12 Girls Mystics

    U13 Girls Capitals

    U13 Boys Raiders

    U14 Girls Nationals

    U16 Girls Cheetahs


    Fall 2017 (WISL Open League)

    Men's Open: 2nd Place – Premier Div


    Fall 2017 (MSI Classic League)

    U11 Boys Broncos: Champions - Div 2

    U12 Girls Mystics: 2nd Place - Div 1

    U15 Boys Hoyas: 3rd Place - Div 2

    U16 Boys Hoyas: 3rd Place - Div 2

    U17-HS Boys Spiders: 3rd Place - Div 1


    Spring 2017 (MSI Classic League)

    U11 Girls Mystics: 2nd Place - Div 1

    U12 Boys Terrapins: Champions - Div 1


    Fall 2016 (WISL Open League)

    Men's Open: 3rd Place - Div 1


    Fall 2016 (MSI Sportsmanship Winners)

    U10 Boys Broncos

    U11 Boys Falcons

    U12 Boys Raiders

    U12 Boys Terrapins

    U12 Girls Giants

    U15 Girls Cheetahs

    U17/HS Girls Gladiators

    HS Boys Spiders


    Fall 2016 (MSI Classic League)

    U11 Boys Falcons: 2nd Place - Div 2

    HS Boys Spiders: Champions - Div 2

    U12 Boys Terrapins: 3rd Place - Div 1

    U15 Girls Cheetahs: Champions - Div 1

    U17/HS Girls Gladiators: 3rd Place - Div 2


    2016 Toca International Tourney

    U16 Boys Huskies: Champions

    U18 Boys Cantera 99: Co‐Champions


    Hagerstown Columbus Day Shootout 2016

    U18 Boys Cantera 99: Champions


    EDP Summer Showcase 2016

    U16 Boys Cantera 99: Champions


    Mid-Atlantic Cup 2016

    U16 Boys Cantera 99: Champions


    FC DELCO Players Cup 2016

    U16 Boys Cantera 99: Finalist


    Spring 2016 (MSI Sportsmanship Winners)

    U10 Boys United

    U10 Boys Falcons

    U11 Boys Raiders

    U13 Boys Bulldogs

    U14 Girls Cheetahs


    Spring 2016 (MSI Classic League)

    U11 Boys Raiders: 2nd Place - Div 2

    U11 Girls Capitals: 2nd Place - Div 2

    U13 Boys Hoyas: 2nd Place - Div 1

    U13 Boys Bulldogs: 3rd Place - Div 3

    U14 Boys Eagles: Champions - Div 2


    MSI Cherry Blossom Classic 2016

    U12 Boys Pitbulls: Finalist


    Fall 2015 (Sportsmanship Winners)

    U10 Boys United

    U13 Boys Hoyas

    U10 Girls Mystics

    U11 Girls Capitals

    U14 Girls Cheetahs


    Fall 2015 (EDP Travel League)

    U14 Boys Huskies: 2nd Place - MAPS Elite South


    Fall 2015 (WISL Open League)

    Men's Open: Champions - Div 2


    Fall 2015 (MSI Sportsmanship Winners)

    Toca Juniors U10 Boys United

    Toca Juniors U13 Boys Hoyas

    Toca Juniors U10 Girls Mystics

    Toca Juniors U11 Girls Capitals

    Toca Juniors U14 Girls Cheetahs


    Fall 2015 (EDP Travel League)

    Toca Juniors U14 Boys Huskies: 2nd Place - MAPS Elite South


    Fall 2015 (WISL Open League)

    Men's Open: Champions - Div 2


    Fall 2015 (MSI Classic League)

    Toca Juniors U11 Boys Terrapins: Champions - Div 1

    Toca Juniors U11 Boys Raiders: Champions - Div 3

    Toca Juniors U11 Girls Capitals: 3rd Place - Div 2

    Toca Juniors U14 Girls Wildcats: 2nd Place - Div 3

    Toca Juniors U13 Boys Hoyas: 3rd Place - Div 1


    Spring 2015 (MSI Classic League)

    Toca Juniors U12 Boys Hoyas: Champions - Div 1

    Toca Juniors U13 Girls Cheetahs: 2nd Place - Div 1

    Toca Juniors U13 Girls Wildcats: 3rd Place - Div 3


    MSI Cherry Blossom Classic 2015

    Toca Juniors U12 Boys Hoyas: Finalist


    Fall 2014 (MSI Sportsmanship Winners)

    Toca Juniors U11 Boys Pitbulls

    Toca Juniors U13 Girls Cheetahs

    Toca Juniors U13 Girls Wildcats

    Toca Juniors U15 Boys Bears


    Fall 2014 (MSI Classic League)

    Toca Juniors U15 Boys Spiders: 3rd Place - Div 2

    Toca Juniors U13 Girls Cheetahs: Champions - Div 1

    Toca Juniors HS Girls Tigers: 3rd Place - Div 2

    Toca Juniors U12 Boys Hoyas: 2nd Place - Div 2

    Toca Juniors U14 Boys Huskies: Champions - Div 1


    Spring 2014 (MSI Classic League)

    Toca Juniors U11 Boys Bulldogs: 2nd Place - Div 3

    Toca Juniors U12/3 Boys Huskies: Champions - Div 2

    Toca Juniors U13/4 Boys Bears: 2nd Place - Div 2


    SAC Columbia Invitational 2014

    Toca Juniors U13 Boys Bears: Champions


    Fall 2013 (Sportsmanship Winners)

    Toca Juniors U10 Boys Terrapins

    Toca Juniors U10 Girls Caterpillars

    Toca Juniors U12 Boys Eagles

    Toca Juniors U12 Girls Wildcats

    Toca Juniors U14 Girls Colonials


    Fall 2013 (MSI Classic League)

    Toca Juniors U13 Boys Bears: Champions - Div 1

    Toca Juniors U12 Boys Huskies: Champions - Div 1

    Toca Juniors U11 Girls Cheetahs: 3rd Place - Div 2

    Toca Juniors U11 Boys Hoyas: 2nd Place - Div Green


    Spring 2013 (MSI Sportsmanship Winners)

    Toca Juniors U11 Boys Huskies

    Toca Juniors U11 Boys Eagles

    Toca Juniors U11 Girls Cheetahs

    Toca Juniors U15 Girls Tigers


    Spring 2013 (MSI Classic League)

    Toca Juniors U11 Boys Huskies: 3rd Place - Div 1

    Toca Juniors U11 Girls Cheetahs: 3rd Place - Div 2

    Toca Juniors U12 Boys Bears: Champions - Div 1

    Toca Juniors U13 Boys Spiders Red: 2nd Place - Div 1

    Toca Juniors U13 Girls Colonials: 2nd Place - Div 2

    Toca Juniors U15 Girls Tigers: 2nd Place - Div 1


    SAC Columbia Invitational 2013

    Toca Juniors U12 Boys Bears: Finalist


    MSI Cherry Blossom Classic 2013

    Toca Juniors U10 Girls Caterpillars: Finalist

    Toca Juniors U11 Boys Huskies: Champions

    Toca Juniors U12 Boys Bears: Champions


    Fall 2012 (MSI Classic League)

    Toca Juniors U11 Boys Huskies: 3rd Place - Div Green

    Toca Juniors U12 Boys Bears: 2nd Place - Div 1


    Spring 2012 (MSI Sportsmanship Winners)

    Toca Juniors U10 Boys Hoyas

    Toca Juniors U11 Boys Bears

    Toca Juniors U12 Girls Colonials

    Toca Juniors U15 Boys Generals


    Spring 2012 (MSI Classic League)

    Toca Juniors U11 Boys Bears: 2nd Place - Div 2

    Toca Juniors U12 Boys Spiders Red: Champions - Div 2

    Toca Juniors U12 Boys Spiders Blue: 2nd Place - Div 3

    Toca Juniors U12 Girls Colonials: Champions - Div 3

    Toca Juniors U15 Boys Generals: 3rd Place - Div 1

    Toca Juniors U19 Boys Terrapins: 2nd Place - Div 1


    Fall 2011 (MSI Classic League)

    Toca Juniors U11 Boys: 2nd Place - Div Black

    Toca Juniors U16/9 Boys: 2nd Place - Div 1


    Spring 2011 (MSI Classic League)

    Toca Juniors U11 Boys Red: Champions - Div 2

    Toca Juniors U14 Boys: 2nd Place - Div 2

    Toca Juniors U19 Boys Blue: 3rd Place - Div 1

    Toca Juniors U19 Boys Red: Champions - Div 3


    Fall 2010 (MSI Classic League)

    Toca Juniors U16/9 Boys: Champions - Div 1


    Spring 2010 (MSI Classic League)

    Toca Juniors U11 Boys Blue: 2nd Place - Div 1

    Toca Juniors U13 Boys: Champions - Div 3

    Toca Juniors U16/9 Boys: 3rd Place - Div 2


    Fall 2009 (MSI Sportsmanship Winners)

    Toca Juniors U12 Boys Red: 2nd Place


    Fall 2009 (MSI Classic League)

    Toca Juniors U12 Boys Red: 2nd Place - Div 2

    Toca Juniors U15 Boys: 3rd Place - Div 1


    Spring 2009 (MSI Classic League)

    Toca Juniors U11 Boys Blue: Champions - Div 3

    Toca Juniors U11 Boys Red: 3rd Place - Div 2

    Toca Juniors U13 Boys: Champions - Div 3

    Toca Juniors U14 Boys: Champions - Div 2

    Toca Juniors U15 Boys: 2nd Place - Div 1


    Fall 2008 (MSI Classic League)

    Toca Juniors U12 Boys White: 2nd Place - Div 2

    Toca Juniors U15Boys : 3rd Place - Div 1


    Spring 2008 (MSI Classic League)

    Toca Juniors U10 Boys Red: 2nd Place - Div 2

    Toca Juniors U11 Boys Blue: Champions - Div 3

    Toca Juniors U11 Boys White: 3rd Place - Div 3

    Toca Juniors U12 Boys White: 3rd Place - Div 3

    Toca Juniors U14 Boys: 3rd Place - Div 1


    Fall 2007 (MSI Classic League)

    Toca Juniors U13 Boys: Champions - Div 2


    Spring 2007 (MSI Classic League)

    Toca Juniors U10 Boys Red: 2nd Place - Div 1

    Toca Juniors U11 Boys Red: 3rd Place - Div 2

    Toca Juniors U13 Boys: Champions - Div 2


    Fall 2006 (MSI Classic League)

    Toca Juniors U10 Boys Blue: 2nd Place - Div White

    Toca Juniors U10 Boys Red: 3rd Place - Div White


    Spring 2006 (MSI Sportsmanship Winners)

    Toca Juniors U11 Boys Red


    Spring 2006 (MSI Classic League)

    Toca Juniors U11 Boys Red: Champions - Div 2


    Fall 2005 (MSI Sportsmanship Winners)

    Toca Juniors U11 Boys Red: Div White

    Toca Juniors U12 Boys Blue: Div 1


    Fall 2004 (MSI Sportsmanship Winners)

    Toca Juniors U11 Boys: Div Green


    Clarification

    *Since Fall 2008 U10 results are not reported


    Award winners

    gallery Fall 2018

    U13 Girls Mystics: Champions

    Soccer Club Award

    U12 Boys Broncos: 2nd Place

  • Toca Juniors Soccer Complex

    approved for development!

    Field Fund

    Now that our site development plan has been approved by Frederick County, fundraising toward the new Club’s field development has become a priority. We are engaging with potential community and corporate sponsors in multiple ways as well as through our members with matching donation programs and fundraising events and other programs. We understand that club soccer is already a sizable financial commitment and appreciate your consideration and help with your contribution for the new Club’s home. Toca Juniors Football Club is a 501(c)3 registered Non-Profit Organization, Tax ID #20-8232326. All donations are tax deductible. Once funds are donated, Toca Juniors Football Club sends a thank you confirmation letter with amount donated and Tax ID number for your records. All donations are placed in a separate Toca Juniors Field Fund account.


    Field Fund

    12.12.2018 Site Development Plan Approved by Frederick County Planning Commission


    ✅ Clubhouse

    ✅ 4 Fields

    ✅ 4 Pavilions

    ✅ Bathroom Facility

    ✅ Storage Building

    Frederick News-Post

    12.15.2018 Recently approved soccer projects aim to address county's shortage of fields


    Frederick County may soon have more playing fields to meet the growing demand for practice and competition space, following two votes Wednesday by the Frederick County Planning Commission.

    The commission unanimously approved a new soccer complex in Urbana, with plans to build four fields and other amenities at its meeting Wednesday.

    The complex along Big Woods Road will have a combination of turf and natural grass fields, along with four open air pavilions, restrooms, and a maintenance and storage building, among other amenities.

    The applicant, TOCA Juniors, is a small club based in Potomac, and thought the Urbana site would be a good location for its next complex, co-founder Christian Noguera told the commission.

    Noguera said he grew up in Argentina with local and community soccer clubs, and wants to bring more teams to the Frederick area.

    Bob Hicks, deputy director of Frederick County Parks and Recreation, said county fields have a large number of people who want to use them.

    “Our fields get well-used, to say the least,” he said.

    The county is adding two synthetic turf fields at Utica District Park and an third at Othello Regional Park, which can all be used year-round, Hicks said.

    They also have other projects in the pipeline that will be developed as the county continues to grow, he said.

    The decision came on the same day the Planning Commission approved an eight-field soccer complex along Bartholows Road in the Green Valley area, after a lengthy discussion that included residents concerned about increased traffic and other issues at the site.

    Commissioner Joel Rensberger referenced the pair of agenda items with a joking greeting to Noguera and the others with the TOCA Juniors group.

    “Welcome to soccer Wednesday,” he said, to laughs from the dais and audience.

    In testimony on both items, speakers noted the problems that county soccer teams have finding places to play and practice.

    Brian Parker, a former soccer coach at Urbana High School, said the benefits of activity and participation for children are clear.

    But the ratio of fields to players in the county is too low, he said.

    The two items being on the agenda for the same day offered a persuasive argument that more projects like these are needed in the county, said Noel Manalo, a lawyer representing the applicants.

    He also referenced the Livable Frederick plan that the Planning Commission is developing, which contains a section advocating healthy, active living.

    TOCA Juniors is very excited about the project, and had submitted statements of support from several neighbors of the project site, Manalo said.


    2018

    Multimedia

    Location View Toca Juniors Soccer Complex


    Location View (VIDEO - 2' 28") Toca Juniors Soccer Complex


    Site Plan Draft Toca Juniors Soccer Complex


    Site Plan Approved Toca Juniors Soccer Complex


    Frederick County Planning Commission (VIDEO - 26') Toca Juniors Soccer Complex


  • Sponsorship & Advertising

    Becoming a Sponsor

    Toca Juniors Football Club ® is an institution that fosters the physical and social development of its members through their participation in organized soccer leagues and sports related events. The Club was formed in 1996 and was incorporated in Maryland in 2007 as a 501(c)(iii) non-profit organization.


    Currently, the club is staffed by a Club President, Club Vice-President, Club Director, Club Secretary, Club Registrar, Managers Coordinator, Coordinator of Youth Divisions, Youth Girls Coordinator, Director of Coaching, Player Development Advisor, Goalkeeper Coach, Physical Training Coach, Sport Psychologist and 18 part-time coaches. The club boosts thirteen youth teams (ages 9 to 19). This accounts for approximately 190 youth players (100 Boys & 90 Girls) and 85+ adult players (35 Women’s & 50 Men’s) that also play soccer on an informal basis.


    Why be part of Toca Juniors Football Club ®?

    -Connect with Soccer Families.

    -Endorse a Healthy Lifestyle.

    -Become Part of the Soccer Community

    -Grow up together

    -Link to the progress and development of the club



    Benefits of partnering with Toca Juniors Football Club ®?

    -Visibility.

    -Direct Impacts.

    -Notoriety of the Brand



    Advertising Opportunities

    -Web Page & Social Media

    -Marketing Materials for the Club, Events

    Display advertising using text, logos, text links, forms, coupons, animations, videos, photographs, or other graphics

    -Team/Program Sponsorship

    Official Jerseys, Practice/Program Jerseys

    -Billboards Advertising (Soon)
    -Club Membership Card (Soon)
    Club members enjoy unparalleled benefits. Discounts to adhered establishments, discounts on external services


    *There are also opportunities for to help out the club with non-monetary donations (specific purposes or equipment, or specific event sponsorships)


    For more information on advertising or community involvement opportunities, please send us an e-mail: info@tocajuniors.com


    Fundraisings

    11.15.2012 Making a difference


    Making a difference


    TOCA families are helping kids from "Enrique Cornago" youth soccer school (Club Deportivo Nogoyá) in 2012!. We collected 40 Jersey’s!!!! We are very impressed and happy for your support.

    We would like to have all the players at this school (around 120) to have a Soccer Jersey by 2014. If you have any other old jerseys that you can donate please give them to the coaches.

    You and Toca Juniors Football Club ® can make a difference for this school soccer program.


    Past Fundraisings

    09.29.2010 Toca Juniors Football Club ® - love.futbol


    LoveFutbol


    love.fútbol is about passion. Passion makes us human. When deprived, a fundamental aspect of who we are is lost. The opportunity to be passionate and express oneself is a fundamental human need and part of the foundation to a positive and productive life. -> TOTAL donations: $ 1000


    Please see the following documents that explain in more detail what Love.Futbol is all about and how they are trying to achieve their goals:


    1) Introduction to love.futbol

    2) All team Challenge

    3) Fundraising Suggestions

    4) All Guidelines

    5) Video - love.futbol in Guatemala

    6) The love.futbol Blog

    7) The love.futbol Web


    2019

    Sponsors

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    2018

    Sponsors

    Gold Level Sponsor Your Real Estate Professionals


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    Gold Level Sponsor Experience you can trust


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    2014

    Partners

    Partner Soccer Balls Dribbling


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    Partner Soccer Wire, Newsletter


    The Soccer Wire started with just a Mid-Atlantic focused email newsletter titled Potomac Soccer Wire in December, 2006, and has been going strong ever since. Our unique focus on covering “local” soccer news and information quickly took hold within the local soccer community throughout Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, DC; growing to become the leading provider of news, information, opinion, and community discussion throughout the region. http://www.soccerwire.com

    2010/11

    Sponsors

    10.08.2010 GWEB Law Firm


    On behalf of the entire Toca Family, We would like to welcome our newest sponsor.


    Leah Morabito is pleased to announce that she recently joined the law firm of Gimmel, Weiman, Ersek, Blomberg & Lewis, P.A. located in Gaithersburg. Gimmel, Weiman is a full service law firm with an excellent team of attorneys, each experienced in different areas of the law. Leah concentrates her practice on wills, trusts, powers of attorney, health care advance directives and guardianships. A member of the Toca family since its first MSI Classic youth teams were formed in 2004, Leah's boys are currently members of the U13 and U19 Toca teams. Please visit the firm website at www.gweblaw.com for an overview of the firm. If you have any questions or if there is any way that Leah can assist you with any of your legal needs, please contact her at (301) 840-8565.

  • COACHING OPPORTUNITIES

    Spring/Summer/Fall

    Youth Coaching Positions OPEN!!! (Part-Time)

    Toca Juniors Football Club ® with 14 teams (U10 to HS Boys & Girls) in the MSI Classic league is looking for qualified coaches for the Spring, Summer and Fall Season and other programs. We are looking for your positive energy to make the best program even better. Compensation based on experience and qualification.

    Potomac, MD Area.


    Spring (April to June) 5:30 to 8:00pm

    Summer (June to August) 6:00 to 8:00pm

    Fall (September to November) 5:00 to 7:30pm


    If you love the sport and want to get involved in a great project, Send your resume to: info@tocajuniors.com


    About Our Club

    History

    Coaching Philosophy

    To further explain the goal of pooling our coaching efforts, we find that an aspect that can greatly enhance the development of a child is the variation of drills and exercises; repetitiveness can create a stale atmosphere and can also lead to overdeveloping certain aspects of a player while leaving others unattended. We find that when we coach together, the presence of various licensed coaches leads to more variation and a “fresher” more enthusiastic practice. Furthermore, as one coach leads the effort in organizing and setting the tone of the practice, the other coaches can approach players individually to offer one-on-one support making the atmosphere more relaxed and friendly. Often the problem with a one coach approach is that the coach is too busy giving explanations and commands, instead of relaxing and getting to know the players. Lastly, having multiple coaches allows us to avoid the involvement of parents on the practice itself. We find that as helpful as they are, a licensed coach who has extensive experience coaching and playing is a much better alternative as an assistant coach than a parent.


    Enhancing our abilities in teaching/coaching young children

    Many players from our U19 group will be attending Universities in the area, allowing them to continue their involvement with the club by playing in our adult divisions. They have also expressed their interest in helping out with our youth divisions. This is an invaluable resource, as they know the atmosphere and spirit of the club, making them the perfect ambassadors as we transmit our soccer culture to our newcomers. Kids are normally consciously or unconsciously looking for role models. Superstars and professional athletes can be excellent examples, but on practical terms, a child cannot implement aspects of these figures into their day-to-day activities and personal lives. A coach is a great role model as well, but sometimes due to age difference they can seem a bit distant. Kids often relate-to and are more open to suggestions from young adults as they see them as older brothers and not as “parents”. Under our club structure, the kids have an easy time developing a good a rapport with our alumni as a clear bond exists. This relationship becomes an additional avenue for communication and integration.


    Club Staff

    coaching

    Our Soccer Coaches
    Sul Allyn

    Head Coach Girls U12/U13/U15.

    Our Soccer Coaches
    Andrés Villarraga

    Head Coach Boys U10.

    Our Soccer Coaches
    Victor Cahe

    Head Coach Boys U11/U12/U13.

    Our Soccer Coaches
    Marco Castellon

    Head Coach Boys U15.

    Our Soccer Coaches
    Christian Noguera

    Head Coach Girls U15/U16.

    Head Coach Boys U18/HS.

    Our Soccer Coaches
    Santiago Noguera

    Head Coach HS Boys.

    Our Soccer Coaches
    Carlos I. Troncoso

    Head Coach Minis (Girls & Boys U4-U8).

    Our Soccer Coaches
    Hossein Rasouli

    Head Coach Minis (Girls & Boys U4-U8).

    Our Soccer Coaches
    Bernardo Morais

    Head Coach Minis (Girls & Boys U4-U8).

    Our Soccer Coaches
    Roberto N. Fattal Jaef

    Head Coach Minis (Girls & Boys U4-U8).

    Our Soccer Coaches
    John Morabito

    Asst. Coach Boys U11/U12/U13/U17.

    Asst. Coach Girls U16.

    Our Soccer Coaches
    William Alberding

    Asst. Coach Boys U10/U11.

    Our Soccer Coaches
    Rodrigo Iriani

    Asst. Coach Girls U12.

    Our Soccer Coaches
    Juan Caicedo 

    Asst. Coach Girls U12.

    Our Soccer Coaches
    Mike Colavito

    Asst. Coach Girls U13.

    Our Soccer Coaches
    Mark Johnson

    Asst. Coach Girls U15.

    Our Soccer Coaches
    Nikolas Castellon 

    Asst. Coach Boys U15.

    Our Soccer Coaches
    Matias Vesperoni

    Asst. Coach Girls U16.

    Our Soccer Coaches
    Fernando Plastino

    Asst. Coach Girls U15.

    Asst. Coach Boys U18/HS.

    Our Soccer Coaches
    Pablo Goldschtein

    Asst. Coach Boys U18/HS.

    Our Soccer Coaches
    Nicolás Smurthwaite 

    Asst. Coach Minis (Girls & Boys U4-U8).

    Our Soccer Coaches
    Joe Medrano

    Youth Development Program.

    Physical Training.

    Our Soccer Coaches
    Alexander Oshinsky

    Youth Development Program.

    Goalkeeper Coach.

    BA Psychology.

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  • PROGRAMS LIST

    SEASONS/CAMPS/TRAININGS/CLINICS


    - 2019 Fall Season

    MINIS Training Program

    September-October-November

    Girls & Boys (Ages 4 to 8)

    ALL PLAYERS WELCOME

    Information & Registration OPEN!


    TEAM Training Program

    September-October-November

    OPEN TO NON-CLUB MEMBERS

    Girls & Boys (Ages 9 to 19)

    Information & Registration OPEN!


    • MSI Classic Program
    • EDP Travel Program
    • Women's Training Program
    • DISTRICT SPORTS Program
    • ZOGSPORTS Program
    • WISL Men's Open Program


    - 2019 Summer Season

    MINIS Training Program

    July-August

    Girls & Boys (Ages 4 to 8)

    ALL PLAYERS WELCOME

    Information


    Training Program

    June-July-August

    Girls & Boys (Ages 9 to 19)

    ALL PLAYERS WELCOME

    Information


    BeSTEM! by TOCA Player

    June-July-August

    Inspired Learning Through Immersive Education

    Girls & Boys (Ages 4 to 14)

    Information



    - 2019 Spring Season

    MINIS Training Program

    April-May-June

    ALL PLAYERS WELCOME

    Girls & Boys (Ages 4 to 8)

    Information


    TEAM Training Program

    April-May-June

    OPEN TO NON-CLUB MEMBERS

    Girls & Boys (Ages 9 to 19)

    Information


    The Saturday Schools Soccer League

    April-May-June

    EA - Escuela Argentina de Washington, DC

    Girls & Boys (Ages 5 to 14)

    Information


    • MSI Classic Program
    • EDP Travel Program
    • Women's Training Program
    • DISTRICT SPORTS Men's College Program
    • WISL Men's Open Program


    - 2018/2019 Winter Season

    MINIS Training Program

    December-January-February-March

    ALL PLAYERS WELCOME

    Girls & Boys (Ages 4 to 9)

    Information


    BOYS Training Program

    December-January-February-March

    OPEN TO NON-CLUB MEMBERS


    U10/11 Boys

    Information


    U12 Boys

    Information


    U14 Boys

    Information


    HS Boys EAGLES

    Information


    HS Boys HUSKIES/BEARS

    Information


    GIRLS Training Program

    December-January-February-March

    OPEN TO NON-CLUB MEMBERS


    U10/11/12 Girls

    Information


    U13/U14 Girls MYSTICS

    Information


    U14 Girls CAPITALS

    Information


    U15 Girls

    Information


    Indoor League Program

    December-January-February-March

    ALL PLAYERS WELCOME

    Participating Teams: GIRLS U11/U12/U14

    Registration


    About Programs

    Winter Soccer Program.

    For players within the club to continue to play soccer through the off season winter months. Focus will be upon the development of the player’s technical skills. Several of the teams also involved in Indoor Leagues to supplement their winter training.


    Team Training Program.

    Players train as regular squad members with our teams. They will take part of all drills, scrimmages and friendly games. A unique opportunity with limited spots available per age group. This is a great opportunity for your son/daughter to prepare for competitive soccer and to be part of the club as he transitions into our regular programs. Please note that we do not guarantee a spot on our regular squads after taking part of this program. Nevertheless, since rosters expand as teams move up on age brackets, there will be opportunities.


    Summer Soccer Program.

    Staying active during the summer will ensure that all the your son/daughter received during the spring season, are not forgotten, plus he will end up the summer session, having learned new skills.


    Minis Soccer Program (U5-U8).

    The purpose of the program is to encourage participation, enjoyment of the game, and develop skills in a fun, friendly environment. Sessions focus on basic soccer skills like dribbling, passing, and shooting..


    Goalkeeper Clinic.

    Designed to give you a techincal and tactical understanding of Goalkeeping position. This course includes drills and activities that would suit numerous ability levels.


    PROGRAMS

    OVERVIEW

    Winter Camp

    Winter League

    Clinics

    Summer Camp

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    2100 Lee Highway #137, Arlington, VA 22201.
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    Important Information

    Club Documents
    Policies and Procedures for the Prevention and of Abuse or Sexual Misconduct


    Coaches’ Responsibilities and Conduct


    MSYSA (EDP)
    Toca Juniors FC agrees to abide by all rules, policies and regulations of MSYSA, US Youth Soccer and US Soccer.


    Toca Juniors FC will register all players, coaches and teams who participate in MSYSA and other U.S. Soccer members at least annually and pay the appropriate registration fees to comply with U.S. Soccer’s 100% affiliation rule.


    MSI Classic
    Program Manual 2018-2019


    New Classic Age group policy (effective beginning Fall 2018)


    Concussion Resources
    HEADS UP Concussion in Youth Sports


    US Soccer Curriculum
    Season Plan by Age basic stage (U9-U12)


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    Parent Testimonials

    MESSAGE BOARD

    As someone who had a daughter in the first Toca Girls team, glad you're reaching out. It's a great club. My son was also part of a first team. We've see you grow and evolve. Go Toca!.

    Coaches are excellent, very knowledgeable about the game and about teaching it. Very happy to be a part of this club.

    Finding the right place for your children to learn and improve their soccer skills can be very difficult and time consuming. You want a place where they can grow under a positive yet challenging environment. Toca and the excellent coaches look at the individual players as well as the team. All players are trained to reach their individual potential, not only the best players.

    Best soccer club to promote a healthy development of your child. Great group of parents! Love being part of Toca! Coaches are awesome!

    The coaching level is as supportive and professional as any I have encountered in 10 years of kids sports. This is vital time for my daughter and has helped the practice of this very specialized position. Keep up the great work!

    They all are organized and they have a high energy level. It is really easy to communicate with Toca.

    My daughter is very shy and was lacking confidence. Coaches help her with her confidence and she has come a long way. She learned a lot and had fun.

    Toca is a great place for the kids to grow and learn in a competitive but also social setting. Great work ‐ keep it up!

    We have enjoyed everything from the coaching to the positive attitude of the team.

    I have found everyone to be very reliable and dedicated to the boys. Thank you.

    The club level communications are excellent. Team level communications are good.

    Plenty of reminders and outreach. Pictures and videos were great as well.

    Phenomenal goalie coach, and although direct style, very supportive and encouraging of goalies.


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  • Who We Are

    Little about us

    Our origins, experience and project

    Established in 1996, the Club came to life as a simple indoor team organized by a few mates who shared the passion for football and competition. At the time, most of the founding members were involved in other competitive teams but felt that there was something missing. In the search for more than passes and goals, the club quickly built a reputation for its comraderie. As the seasons progressed and the interest grew it moved into 11 aside leagues where it quickly conquered their first championship (we are still awaiting for the trophy thou...!) The team originated from a heavily Hispanic group; thus the Hispanic name. It has since evolved into a club where anyone with a passion for football Costls at home. Currently the Club is represented by more than dozen nationalities.


    Our Adult teams

    Our adult teams are an intricate part of the club. La Tocadita (as our adult teams are called) provides opportunities for adults to compete and engage in the game and in the club. Many parents of youth players and club directors actively participate in these teams. Likewise, most of our coaches currently sport the club's NAVY BLUE uniform! We encourage youth team players to attend these games as they can see their own coaches play. They will have the opportuntity to absorb the passion for the game as well as learning the technical aspects of adult competition.


    Our experience with youth teams

    The initiative to create the Club Structure is driven by the great experience we had with our first youth team.We guided a core group of players for 7 years until the "boys" (now turned men) departed for University. This superb trip (numerous championships and sportmanship awards) left us with plenty ideas as to how to repeat the experience on a personal level - where we shared practices, games, college application processes, BBQs and much more - as well as how to improve on the training and athletic development we provide. We invite you to read through our philosophy section.


    What we seek

    The resulting game plan has been to develop a proper club structure, thus we have integrated our youth teams to our adult divisions. The initiative is well on its way as it can be seen in our website were you can get a Costl of where we are headed and the general atmosphere we provide. The core concept and essence is to train two teams together. We believe that this will give more liberty and alternatives in terms of conducting drills, scrimmages and competitive games during practices. We think that by pooling our efforts and creating a single atmosphere kids will bond more as they will Costl part of something more significant, with more presence.


    Coaching Philosophy

    To further explain the goal of pooling our coaching efforts, we find that an aspect that can greatly enhance the development of a child is the variation of drills and exercises; repetitiveness can create a stale atmosphere and can also lead to overdeveloping certain aspects of a player while leaving others unattended. We find that when we coach together, the presence of various licensed coaches leads to more variation and a “fresher” more enthusiastic practice. Furthermore, as one coach leads the effort in organizing and setting the tone of the practice, the other coaches can approach players individually to offer one-on-one support making the atmosphere more relaxed and friendly. Often the problem with a one coach approach is that the coach is too busy giving explanations and commands, instead of relaxing and getting to know the players. Lastly, having multiple coaches allows us to avoid the involvement of parents on the practice itself. We find that as helpful as they are, a licensed coach who has extensive experience coaching and playing is a much better alternative as an assistant coach than a parent.


    Enhancing our abilities in teaching/coaching young children

    Many players from our U19 group will be attending Universities in the area, allowing them to continue their involvement with the club by playing in our adult divisions. They have also expressed their interest in helping out with our youth divisions. This is an invaluable resource, as they know the atmosphere and spirit of the club, making them the perfect ambassadors as we transmit our soccer culture to our newcomers. Kids are normally consciously or unconsciously looking for role models. Superstars and professional athletes can be excellent examples, but on practical terms, a child cannot implement aspects of these figures into their day-to-day activities and personal lives. A coach is a great role model as well, but sometimes due to age difference they can seem a bit distant. Kids often relate-to and are more open to suggestions from young adults as they see them as older brothers and not as “parents”. Under our club structure, the kids have an easy time developing a good a rapport with our alumni as a clear bond exists. This relationship becomes an additional avenue for communication and integration.