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Welcome to Eugene Timbers Fútbol Club

Eugene Timbers Fútbol Club (formerly Eugene Metro Futbol Club) is a top-quality soccer program for competitive youth players in the Eugene-Springfield area. All training is provided by professional USSF-certified coaches.

We offer programs for kids of all ages. Our youth and high-school teams play in the Oregon Youth Soccer League against the best teams in the state, and sometimes travel further to play in showcase tournaments and regional championships. We also offer introductory programs for younger kids, starting at four years old for Little Timbers.

Eugene Timbers FC teams advance to State and Presidents Cup Finals

Over the last few weeks, all our U11-18 teams have competed in the Oregon State or Presidents Cup. Several of our teams have advanced to the final weekend in Portland.  Congratulation to all our teams participating in State and Presidents Cup. Congratulation to the following teams:

Defending State Cup Champion U13 girls 01 Cypress Black advanced undefeated as the Nr. 1 seed in their bracket to a semifinal against Capital FC Timbers at 11am @ Tual. Hill Rec Center. Cypress Black lost 1-0 in a well fought and played semi against Capital Timbers.

U14 00 Sol Black advanced in a dramatic quarterfinal penalty shootout to a semifinal against Eastside Timbers at 11am @Tual. Hill Rec Center. Sol Black lost after a dramatic overtime and penalty shootout against Eastside.

Defending State Cup Champion U15 girls 99 Athletica Black advanced as the Nr. 1 seed in their bracket to a semifinal against Washington Timbers at 12:30pm @Tual. Hill Rec. Center. Athletica Black won the semi 4-1 against WA Timbers and then beat Eastside Timbers 4-2 in the Sunday Final.

U17 girls 97 Roma advanced as a Nr. 2 seed directly to a final against Capital FC Timbers on Sunday at 3:00pm @ PCC Rock Creek. Roma won the final 3-1 against Capital Timbers. 

Defending State Cup Champion U18 girls 96 Impact advanced as a Nr. 2 seed to a semifinal against Rogue Valley Timbers at 5:30pm @Tual. Hill Rec. Center. Impact lost 1-0 in a tough loss against Rogue Valley.

U14 00 Rovers Black advanced also after a dramatic quarterfinal penalty shootout victory against BSC to a semifinal against Woodburn at 11am @Buckman. Rovers Black went into overtime and then lost in a penalty shootout.

U17 97 Boca Jrs Black advanced after a quarterfinal victory against Capital Timbers to a semifinal against Westside Timbers at 5:30pm @PCC Rock Creek. Boca Black lost 3-2 in overtime.

Defending State Cup Champion U18 96 Azzurri advanced as a Nr. 1 seed in their bracket to a semifinal against Westside Timbers at 5:30pm @Tual. Hill Rec. Center. Azzurri lost 3-2 in the last minute of the match.

U15 boys 99 Celtic Red advanced as a Nr. 2 seed to a semifinal in the Presidents Cup against Corvallis SC at 3pm at Buckman Fields.  Celtic Red advanced to Final after a 1-0 victory and then lost the hard fought final 0-1. 

Defending Presidents Cup Champion U15 girls 99 Athletica Red advanced as a Nr. 1 seed to a semifinal in the Presidents Cup against Bridlemile at 1pm at Buckman Fields. Athletica Red won the semi 1-0 and then tied 2-2 in the final to go to overtime and then won the penalty shootout.
Awesome job by all players, coaches, managers, and families.
Good luck to all our teams in those semis and/or finals.

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ETFC Youth Premier Tryouts (U11-14 teams) Registration is Open

ETFC_Tryout posterThe 2014-15 soccer season for our U11-14 teams is culminating for most of our teams with the Oregon State Cup. Once the season is over, we are excited for the 2015-16 season to start.  This year the tryouts will be from May 8 to May 12 at Lane Community College. No Tryouts on Mother’s Day! All our tryouts are free of charge and it is important for all returning and new players to attend both tryout sessions to give the coaching staff enough time to evaluate. We have setup an online registration on our website and ask all of you to register online. Please click here for more information about tryout times, coaching assignments, fees, calendar, etc.

We are looking forward seeing returning and new players at our annual tryouts.

ETFC players moving on to play College soccer

Every year, Eugene Timbers FC feeds players into the college ranks. We are very proud of our student athletes that take the game to the next level. This year players on the U18 boys 96 Azzurri ETFC Alumni 2015 Boys (State Cup winner in 2014) and girls ETFC 96 Impact ETFC Alumni 2015 Girls (State Cup winner in 2014) will play college soccer. Please click here to learn more where our ETFC players will play in the next few years.

nscaa soccerWe wish all our players all the best in their current battle to defend their state cup title from last year and we wish them all the best in their college environment. The entire coaching staff at ETFC is proud of their accomplishments in club and high school and wishes them all the best in the future.

1ST Annual Fundraiser Auction was a great success

ButtonsWhat a great night! The first ETFC Auction was a stunning success. Everyone had a great time at the Auction and enjoyed themselves. We had a great selection of oral and silent Auction items and all of the lucky winners walked out happily with their prices. Our wine pull was a ton of fun and the dessert dash created a wonderful competition for the 22 desserts.  We had so many of the Eugene Timbers FC families step up and help to make this event a fabulous inaugural fundraiser. I can’t emphasize enough how proud I was to see so many volunteers help and work together to create a super cool event. THANK YOU ALL.


Little Timbers Spring Registration is Open

Our Spring Little Timbers program offers 6 weeks of twice/week training for a total of 12 training session. All training sessions are conducted by ETFC staff coaches. Sessions are 60 minutes in length. In addition, ETFC will form teams within the program to compete in a 5-week-long, ETFC organized league.

The Little Timbers Spring Skills Academy and League is open to all soccer players from age 4-10 who want to learn more about how to improve their technical skills. At training sessions, ETFC coaches will set up small group environments in which individuals can work on specific foot skills that will teach a young soccer play how to touch and move the ball with all surfaces of his/her feet. Please click for more details here.