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2024 Season

School of Soccer 2024 Season


Join the North Boise Futbol Club's 2024/2025 Competitive Teams!

Visit NBFC's website learn more about our club: 

June 3rd-4th, 2024 @ Ann Morrison Park (Field 6 & 7)
Players born in 2008-2014 
Boys: 5:30-6:30 (checkin starting at 5:00)
Girls: 6:30-7:30  (checkin starting at 6:00)

June 5th-6th, 2024 @ Ann Morrison Park (Field 6 & 7)
Players born in 2015-2016
Boys: 5:30-6:30 (checkin starting at 5:00)
Girls: 6:30-7:30  (checkin starting at 6:00)

What is competitive soccer?

Competitive Soccer, or often called Club Soccer, is for the player that wants to advance their skills and play with/against other higher level players. Competitive soccer can often require a bigger time commitment and is usually played year round with seasons in the fall and spring. Some competitive teams choose to keep their fitness and skills sharp by also playing indoor soccer or futsal during the winter, however this is not mandatory for NBFC teams.

What is the commitment and is there travel involved?

  • In the U9-U12 age groups teams will typically practice twice a week for 1-1.5 hours at a time.The U13+ age groups will typically practice 2-3 times a week for 1.5-2 hours at a time.

  • The fall season typically runs from mid August through the beginning of November. The spring season typically runs from the beginning of March through the end of May. 

  • In addition to league games the younger teams will play in 2 local tournaments. The older age groups will play in 4 (or more) tournaments and may opt to add travel tournaments as they see fit for their teams.

Can my child be placed on a team with friends?

Since this will be competitive soccer there will not be a guarantee the rosters will be the exact same from year to year. Rosters will be put together based on tryouts. That being said, kids that have played together often end up moving forward on the same team assuming their skills levels remain similar.

Where do my fees go to?

*Prices do not include uniforms and no player will be turned away due to an inability to pay.

  • The fee will include both fall and spring league fees. The fee will not include indoor soccer or additional training opportunities (D1, Rock & Armor, etc) since these are not usually attended by the whole team.

  • In the U10-U12 age groups it would include 2 tournaments registration fees. U13+ age groups will include 4 tournament registration fees.

  • A portion will go to pay the coaches for the huge amount of time and effort they put into the teams.

  • A portion will also go to a club staff; a registrar and club director. This is an attempt to make this a more organized club where boys and girls teams look out at Simplot and can recognize each other and have a common mission and vision for what we want to represent when wearing the NBFC uniform.

  • Money would remain in the budget to purchase new gear, liability insurance, TeamSnap, rent facilities, etc.

  • The uniform package is not included, but it will be less than the other clubs.


How is North Boise FC different from other clubs in the valley?

NBFC Mission The North Boise Futbol Club will provide Boise’s youth the opportunity to learn, participate, and advance both on and off the soccer field. NBFC will focus on developing well-rounded, versatile athletes who can take lessons such as leadership, coachability, teamwork, adaptability and accountability into everyday situations throughout life. 

NBFC Vision To grow NBFC into a quality, affordable and ethical leader in Boise’s youth soccer community.

NBFC Core Values

  1. Teamwork: Staff, coaches and players will function as a team. Working together to achieve common goals.

  2. Sportsmanship: Staff, coaches, players and parents will be held to a high level of accountability in sportsmanship. The rules of play will be followed and not bent or broken to gain a competitive advantage. Players and parents will be asked to sign, and be held to, a Code of Conduct provided by NBFC.

  3. Affordability: NBFC will charge an affordable rate lower than all or most competitors in the valley.

  4. Accessible: Every child should have the ability to play soccer for NBFC regardless of their financial situation. Through fundraising efforts, NBFC will work to provide scholarship opportunities for those in need.

  5. Balance: NBFC understands there are unlimited opportunities for children to participate in activities outside of soccer. Children will be encouraged to play multiple sports and families will be supported in this decision. 

  6. Community: NBFC will look to meet the needs of those living in the North and East ends of Boise. 

  7. Service: First-rate service is intended to be the focus of North Boise Futbol Club and a cornerstone of our success. All coaches, staff, players, and parents will receive conscientious, one-on-one, timely service in all capacities, be they transactions, conflicts or complaints. 


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