News and Announcements

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Team Chicago Academy-2001 Elite standout Abigail Hillman has committed to continue her soccer career at Loyola University Chicago. Abigail– who plays her prep soccer for head coach Ed Watson at Naperville Central High School – will be a part of Loyola head coach Barry Bimbi’s 2019 recruiting class.

The Ramblers are part of the NCAA Division I Missouri conference, and are coming off their best season in program history winning the Missouri Valley Conference regular season and Tournament Championship.

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3rd Annual Team Chicago Bowling Night

Date: Saturday, February 2nd, 2019
Location: Fox Bowl 1101 Butterfield Rd, Wheaton IL.
Time:
8:15PM – All-You-Can-Eat-Pizza
9:15PM – Bowling Starts

Cost $30.00 per person or $55.00 per couple
includes pizza, pop and 2 games of Scotch Bowling (with a partner.)
This event is open to all TC players, parents, friends and family.

Along with the Bowling night we will be holding a raffle, prizes TBA shortly.
Raffle tickets will be available for purchase from the desk at WAA and on the night of the event.

All funds raised at the event support our scholarship program.

Please follow this registration link to the Wheatland Athletic website to register for the event:
https://www.waasports.org/Default.aspx?tabid=342573

If you have any questions, please call 630-978-8244 or email office@teamchicagosoccer.org

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Team Chicago Academy-2001 Premier standout Abby Kay has committed to Aurora University. Kay – who plays her prep soccer for Neuqua Valley and Coach Joe Moreau – will be part of Spartans Head Coach Shannon DeNinno’s 2019 recruiting class.

Aurora University competes in the NCAA Division lll Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference (NACC).

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Team Chicago 2007 Elite Boys won the Lou Fusz 9v9 Championships with convincing wins over St Louis Scott Gallagher Santos, Missouri Rush Nero, Kolping Kicks and St Louis Scott Gallagher Chelsea. The Boys outscored their Missouri opponents 20-2 over the four games not conceding until the Championship game where they gave up 2 goals in the 5-2 win.

Coach Gowrie said “The boys really came together this weekend. They moved the ball very well, dominating possession & creating a lot of excellent scoring opportunities in each game. The performances are some of the best I’ve seen so far from this group. they have worked hard this season so I’m happy for them to experience this success before we head indoor for the Winter. It was very well deserved”.

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Aurora, IL November 7, 2018

In Saturday’s opening group play, the 04 girls defeated a physical Lockport Maroon team 2-0, followed by a gritty 1-0 win against the CBSC Flash. On Sunday morning they crushed a desperate Missouri Panathinakois Green team 5-0 successfully clinching their group!

In the Championship match the 2004 Premier girls met one of their IWSL A level division rivals Tinley-Frankfort Force, who previously beat them earlier this fall in league play. The TC girls were poised and ready for the rematch starting of the game with a great surge of energy setting up Sophia “Sett” T. to hit a low whipping cracker into the back of the net. The 2nd half opened with howling winds directly in Team Chicago’s face, but that didn’t deter their drive to continue dominating possession which led to a corner kick. The set play was perfectly executed to the back post where an aggressively attacking Kylee M. placed a beautiful volley making it 2-0. The Force girls battled back gaining some momentum which was quickly snuffed out by a TC counter attack where Kaidence H. whacked a thundering near post shot making it 3-0. When the final whistle blew TC’s defensive team and GK Maggie L. pitched a perfect weekend shut out as the TC girls scored 11 goals allowing 0 against.

Coach Frederick said, “This 04 team has battled adversity all season and they have learned how to work together as a team to find success! Their commitment to team work and passing coupled with strategic vision combined with the will to win shined brightly this weekend! I’m very proud of their growth through the fall season and their hard work and efforts were justly rewarded with a Championship win!!” He also added “A special thanks to the 05 Elite girls who joined us in STL to guest play!

This was just another GREAT example and showing of Team Chicago club commitment and support!”