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As an organization, we got our start more than thirty years ago. As we have adapted and grown to better serve local players, we’ve had a variety of different names. Today, we are Kitsap Alliance FC (KAFC); a 501c3 non-profit, volunteer-led organization. We’ve aligned and combined with other local clubs to try and put players and soccer first. Look no further for high-quality coaching and premier youth soccer!

Kitsap Alliance FC (KAFC) serves youth in Kitsap County and extended communities as the Premier youth soccer club. We have players from Kitsap, Mason, Clallam and Jefferson Counties as our player pool extends from Shelton to Port Angeles. We offer a professional coaching and training environment for players 5-18 years of age. Our coaches have an extensive knowledge of the game of soccer and are trained in the most current methods and practices of developing youth soccer players.

KAFC has a deep commitment to helping develop and grow the future of the youth in our communities. Our players and families are a diverse group that come from all walks of life but share a common love of the game.

About Our club

mission & vision

At KAFC, our focus is centered on developing players’ passion for the game along with a strong understanding of soccer both on and off the field. Our coaches and staff strive to be innovative, organized, and forward-thinking to develop players who are confident in their skills, but employ play that is creative, smart, unpredictable, and strategic. As they work to master individual skills, we seek to foster teams that play with a unique passion, supporting each player to play their best soccer, without limitation.

training philos0phy

Because players learn differently at different ages, our content and methodology change accordingly. Training sessions are adapted to the age and skill level of the players, while taking into consideration the characteristics of child and player development. Our curriculum is structured to reflect age-appropriate aims and general child development theories adapted to soccer.

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