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WELCOME TO TREASURE COAST UNITED!

Our goal is to provide the most comprehensive soccer development program in Florida. Whether you are new to competitive soccer, a player who is ready for the next level or are determined to play in college, we will deliver. We have a place for every player. We have placed over 30 players in college programs over the past seven years. But even if you just want to improve your skills and enjoy this game for as long as possible, we can provide this opportunity.  After all, we are just like you.  We simply love the game and what we do. We are TCU.  Up the Farm!
SOCCER IN FLORIDA

You will be part of something bigger than yourself...part of not just a team but an organization.

Your knowledge of the game will improve, along with your skills.  You will become leaders, not only on the field but off.  You will see a side of the game others do not such as strength and conditioning, leadership training and tactical training.

You will build lifelong skills and friends that will stay with you long after you stop actively playing. Your coaching team will always be interested in your life successes, even outside of soccer.

You'll watch players in the program younger than you and see how they are learning to play the same way you are playing now.  

You will be proud to wear our club jersey and once a part of us, you will always be part of our club family.  Pictured above are two of our female graduates, both of whom went to the NCAA Final Four and Elite Eight respectively in the last two years.  They return each year to our club to train and meet with players and staff.

Benefits of a TCU/Football Farm experience

You will train at a safe and private facility.  The Farm has an indoor turf field, classrooms, gym, weight equipment, kitchen, pro sized lighted field and large covered parent/player social area.

 

No club has the benefits like this facility in our region.  

Chris Corey, head of Football Farm, is constantly working on improvements to the facility including new fields, upgrading the field lights, covered stands, etc.  In addition, he has spearheaded the approval of a USL-W franchise along with a USL academy program to commence in 2023.

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Program Cost

Every program, recreational or competitive charges some basic cost. At TCU, your fee will pay for professional training 2-3 times per week.  It also pays for registration, league, entries, administrative, equipment and insurance costs and to help maintain your soccer facility.  

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Club Differences

Competitive soccer clubs range from recreational, local level clubs to high level clubs.  

Some clubs have both recreational and competitive programs, while others have one or another.

Coaches come with varying backgrounds, with some clubs utilizing parent coaches, some using coaches who have obtained grass-root level licenses or who have progressed with higher level licenses.  US Soccer coaching pathway starts with Grassroots and progresses from D to the highest national level of A.  International licenses are considered higher such as UEFA level licenses.  Other countries also have license levels similar to the US.

It is important, particularly at ages 14 and above that you ask what experience and license your child's coach has.

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OUR YOUNGER PROGRAM IS GROWING - ITS ABOUT DEVELOPMENT

A GOAL WITHOUT A PLAN IS JUST A WISH

Treasure Coast United

Treasure Coast United Soccer Club started in Palm City in 1994.  Massive Soccer is the brainchild of Fraser Foster, former English Premier League director and coach.  Fraser created Massive Soccer program to focus on holistic player development using structured and proven methods to develop not only technical and tactical skills.  After a transfer of ownership of Massive Soccer to Big Max LLC in the summer of 2022, we teamed up with what is known as The Football Farm.  The changes were minor in developmental philosophy but exciting in numerous other ways including a greater focus on player commitment as well as further expansion of the features of the Football Farm facility to the benefit of the players.  Chris Corey’s vision with the Farm and beyond is certain to benefit our club going forward.
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MISCONCEPTIONS ABOUT TCU/FOOTBALL FARM

We only take the best players  This is untrue.  We have a place for all players and we will develop all players.

We are too expensive

Our program cost is slightly higher than other similar programs.  However, our cost includes use of a 26 acre private facility, more training due to lack of rainouts, the best equipment, classrooms, weight room/training, leadership training by USMNT staff and a level of innovation unlike any other.  Ask yourself if paying an additional $400 over a 10 month period is worth these incentives.  Then ask other clubs if they offer the same.

We are inflexible

We have heard that some think we are too structured.  That is an attribute we are willing to live with. We teach accountability, attendance, behavior and leadership on and off the field.  So if that's inflexible, then we are. :)  We are fair, we communicate and we are willing to make adjustments if its right for the program.

WHAT IS MEANS TO BE A TCU/Football Farm PLAYER...

College Placements

Over 30 players since 2018 have been placed in college soccer programs D1-3 and NAIA

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CONTACT US

Tel: 772-233-1123

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