FC Alumini Scott Levene makes Soccer America Men's All-Freshman Team

FC Alumini and team captain, Scott Levene, who now plays at UConn recently made Soccer America's Soccer America Men's All-Freshman Second Team.


FC Alumini Scott Levene makes Soccer America Men's All-Freshman Team

FC Alumini and team captain, Scott Levene, who now plays at UConn recently made Soccer America's Soccer America Men's All-Freshman Second Team.


Everton FC Westchester players selected to id2 National Camp and USSF Market Training Center

Press release,

Everton FC Westchester players selected to id2 National Camp and USSF Market Training Center

Congratulations to Sean Traynor and Andreas Jasson from our 2001 and 2002 NEPAL squads respectively for being selected for the id2 national camp in Arizona on December 11th. It is a fantastic opportunity as only 50/60players nationwide are selected 

US Club Soccer’s id2 National Identification and Development Program provides an opportunity for the country’s top youth soccer players to be identified and developed in an elite training camp with top players from throughout the country, while also being scouted  for possible inclusion in U.S. Soccer’s National Team programs. For more information about the id2 Program, please visit  http://www.usclubsoccer.org/id2.


“This is a great honor for the boys, they have performed very well for their teams all season and indeed overs the last couple of seasons. They are extremely talented but also have a terrific attitude and desire to improve. It is great recognition for the club in particular their coaches, John Mulhare, Massimo Gargiulo , Brian Robinson, Jimmy Quiroga, Luis Arenas and Julian Gragales for all their input and Hard work over the last 3 years.


Over the last couple of months we have had numerous players attend USSF training centers where the technical advisor in our area holds training sessions for players who he believes have performed consistently well in games scouted by the USSF scouts. These training events are a way of identify possible youth national team players.

U13/ 14 players selected:  Mauricio Arango , JJ Jimenez 01, Daniel Proctor 01, Luis Henrique  Aramal, Sasha Fuller, Daniel O Donoghue, Eugenio Palau Mayrl, Anderson Velazquez Mendoza 01,  

U15/16: Lachlan Woolsey 99,  Macdara Heanue, Bart Dziedzic, Shun Nagasaki 99 .

“ Over the last couple of months we have a had a large number of our academy players selected to attend the market training centers , this is a great complement to the players and also the clubs progression and focus on developing technically and tactically astute soccer players . It’s a great opportunity for the players to test themselves at the next level and see what it takes to possible become a national team player, I’m sure we will have even more of our players attending future events. Well done to all the players and coaches involved in every player’s development over the past few seasons.”

Dantae Tops US Development Goalscoring Table

Dantae Greer tops the US Soccer Development Academy Goals per game ratio with 9 goals in 8 games. ( 1.13 ) His hatrick against Montreal gave the U16's their 4th win in 5 games to help them move to 4th in the League.

See the Dantae's hatrick here as the U16's beat MLS team Montreal Impact 3-0




Columbus Weekend Tournament

Thank you to all who were involved. 

Final results are posted here.



Another player visits Finch Farm

Another Everton America player visited Finch Farm, home of Everton's First team and Academy training in the UK, over the Summer.

Daniel, this year joined the Everton FC Westchester U14 Development Academy Team, having played previously for Everton America CT in the NPL. 

Daniel's progression is part of Everton America's player pathway.

Everton FC Westchester Player Visits Finch Farm


2001 NEPAL team win Blue First Division U12

Read about the boys in the National Premier Leagues Press release here.




U14 Development Academy Team have great showing in Indianapolis

The U-14 Boys Academy finished strong in this years Indianapolis tournament.

FCW Alumni Brian ‘Cobi’ Span named player of the week!

Brian ‘Cobi’ Span named player of the week!

2014 NEPAL '02 League Champions.

First time an FCW Team has won BOTH divisions

Everton FC Westchester Announce New UEFA A Licensed Coaches




Purchase, NY, May 16, 2014 -- Everton FC Westchester (EFCW) has announced the addition of several new UEFA A and B international licensed soccer coaches to its current staff of distinguished coaches.  The addition of these coaches to the club’s U.S. Soccer Development Academy, U.S. Northeast Pre-Academy teams and its Pre-Academy program will immediately enhance the overall quality of the club’s training programs and player development.  

The coaches include:

Ryan Casey, Director of Coaching – Coach Casey was just recently appointed as the club’s new DOC; prior to joining EFCW Casey spent the past seven years as a coach with the Ireland national team program.   Casey also played professionally in Europe for 15 years and holds a UEFA coaching educator license.  He is responsible for the clubs overall player and coaching development, while his primary team responsibilities will be with the U16-U18 U.S. Soccer Development Academy teams (players born in 1998/99 – 1997/96).

College Recruitment – Jim McElderry, Forham University Division 1 head soccer coach will continue as the assistant coach for the U16 U.S. Soccer Development Academy team while     also providing players with guidance and counseling for college soccer recruitment.

John Curtis – Coach Curtis has a distinguished playing and coaching career in Europe with some of the most successful clubs in the world.  His 17-year professional playing tenure included a five-year playing career with Manchester United.  Curtis also represented England as the team captain of the U15, U16, U18 and U20 national teams.  His primary focus in September will be with the U14 U.S. Soccer Development Academy team for players born in 2000/01.

Stephen Carson – Coach Carson has played professionally for more than 17 years throughout Europe; he also represented Northern Ireland and made his international debut in June 2009 against Italy.  Coach Carson was the Youth Development Officer at the Coleraine Football Club and holds and Honors degree in Sports and Exercise Sciences.  His primary responsibility will be as head coach of the U15 (1999) age group Northeast Pre-Academy League and the U18 (1997/96) U.S. Development Academy team.

Players interested in joining our academy soccer program can visit us at www.fcwestchester.com, or email, Ryan Casey at rcaseyefcw@gmail.com or Michael Mingione at mmtaxcpa@aol.com.

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