Website Manager

BAINBRIDGE ISLAND FC

Free Open House Training

Are you interested in checking out competitive soccer at Bainbridge Island FC prior to the formal tryout dates?  In April we shall be hosting informal Free Open House Training sessions.  These informal opportunities to come to a practice session of a current BIFC team to see the "real" training environment, meet players currently on the team, and talk to the staff, players, and parents about the Club. Throughout April any players born in 2011 or older can come to our free open training sessions to see the Bainbridge Island FC select program.  Tryouts themselves will be in May 2021.

Are you a current select player with BIFC? - you are invited
Are you a player from outside our club but wish to check out the program? - you are invited
Are you a recreational player but considering competitive soccer? - you are invited


Six Free Open House Training Session schedule will be:
Tuesday 13th, 20th & 27th April @ Bainbridge High School (Grass)
Tuesday - 5.00pm till 6.00pm  Girls 2007-2011
Tuesday - 6.15 pm till 7.15 pm Boys 2007-2011


Thursday 15th, 22nd $ 29th April @ Bainbridge High School (Grass)
Thursday 5.00 pm till 6.00 pm Boys 2007-2011
Thursday 6.15 pm till 7.15 pm Girls 2007-2011

Additional Open House Sessions in April @ Bainbridge High School (Grass)
Wednesdays 5.00pm till 6.00pm Boys 2006 on April 21st and April 28th
Thursdays     6.15pm till 7.15pm Girls 2006 and Girls 2005 on April 22nd and April 29th


It is never too early to find the right place to start your soccer future!  Have questions?   Select Soccer FAQ

Call 206 854 7881 Phil Avison, BIFC Technical Director or email   [email protected]

2021-2022 Season Overview

2021-2022 Season

Season Dates: June 2021 to first week of February 2022

Season Fee:
U11-14 (born 2008-2011) - $1,275 per player
U15+ (born 2003-2007) - $1,300 per player

Tournaments (subject to change dependent on Covid-19 restrictions):

Summer Tournaments (June to August, 2021)

June 25-27  RV Slammers Classic @ Starfire Sports, Tukwila, WA  (all age groups)
July 23-25   Crossfire Cup @ 60 Acres Park, Redmond, WA  (all age groups)
August 13-15  Island Shield @ Bainbridge Island, WA  (2003-2007 age groups) 
August 20-22  Island Cup @ Bainbridge Island, WA (2012-2008 age groups)


Postseason Tournament (January/February 2022)

Founders Cup or President Cup @ Starfire Sports, Tukwila, WA (2003-2011 age groups)

Parent Information Guide

U11-U14 (2008-2011)
U15+ Girls (2003-2007)
U15+ Boys (2003-2007)

2021-2022 Select Open Practices & Tryout Dates




2021-2022 Season Coaching Staff Assignments


 BOYS TEAMS

 GIRLS TEAMS

     
 Bainbridge Island FC B03/B04 Blue Garza Wooton Bainbridge Island FC G03/G04 Blue Ben Campbell
 Bainbridge Island FC B05 Blue Ian McCallum Bainbridge Island FC G05 Blue Ian McCallum
 Bainbridge Island FC B06 Blue Mackenzie Bond Bainbridge Island FC G06 Blue Ian McCallum
 Bainbridge Island FC B06 White Norman Gibbs Bainbridge Island FC G07 Blue Ben Campbell
 Bainbridge Island FC B07 Blue Alejandro Henao Bainbridge Island FC G07 White Drew Keller
 Bainbridge Island FC B08 Blue Phil Avison Bainbridge Island FC G08 Blue Drew Keller
 Bainbridge Island FC B08 White Ben Dugan Bainbridge Island FC G09 Blue Mike Kinsey
 Bainbridge Island FC B08 Black  Norman Gibbs Bainbridge Island FC G10 Blue  Chris McMasters
 Bainbridge Island FC B09 Blue Phil Avison Bainbridge Island FC G11 Blue  Mackenzie Bond
 Bainbridge Island FC B09 White Norman Gibbs Bainbridge Island FC G12 Blue (DA) Samantha Opalski
 Bainbridge Island FC B10 Blue Phil Avison
 Bainbridge Island FC B10 White Zach Hobson
 Bainbridge Island FC B11 Blue Drew Keller
 Bainbridge Island FC B11 White Dylan Morgan
 Bainbridge Island FC B12 Blue (DA) TBC
 Bainbridge Island FC B12 White (DA) TBC
 Bainbridge Island FC B12 Black (DA) TBC









 


Select Program

Select Soccer at BIFC

Bainbridge Island FC (BIFC) is extremely proud of its Select Soccer Program.  The success of BIFC's teams can be directly contributed to the long-term, progressive development of the individual players on our teams. From the beginning, BIFC players are trained with their long-term development in mind rather than immediate team success. BIFC coaches are committed to this philosophy and our club utilizes a professional coaching staff to ensure that players get the maximum amount of learning and development.

Everything we do is about building people, building kids. We believe that good values lead to good people, and good people can do great things. The way we do that is through soccer, we provide opportunities for players to play the beautiful game, because the beautiful game is fun to play. Our players are trained with their long-term development in mind rather than immediate team success, but we find success following this path. Come play on our team.


Not only do BIFC select team players perform well in the realm of club soccer, BIFC training is proven preparation for high school soccer. The strength of a high school program usually reflects the number of club players on the team and the level at which those players compete during their club season.

Play Ups

Children will be allowed to tryout for older age groups, please notify Technical Director - Phil Avison if you intend to tryout for an older age group. Players trying out for an older age group must try out at their own age group. We do have a set criteria for players being allowed to play up, each player's position will be individually reviewed by the BIFC Director of Coaching, Technical Director and coaching staff.

HS Age Groups

BIFC teams within the older age groups, will be formed in a similar manner to how HS teams are formed across the state of Washington and the US. With a Varsity, JV and JVC groups representing the club.

Is Select soccer for you?

Select soccer is for serious soccer players who want professional instruction and who desire a more competitive environment with other players who share the same goals. Most select soccer players tend to be those that want to play for their high school and possibly in college. Players should not try out for a competitive team simply because some of their friends are. They should tryout because they enjoy playing soccer, want to learn to play at a more advanced level, and are willing to commit the time and effort required to become the best soccer player possible.

Select Level Commitment

At BIFC, select teams train 2 times each week for 1.5 hours each session. In addition goal keepers are required to attend goal keeper training weekly. Scrimmages, practice games, and tournaments are an integral part of the commitment. Scrimmages or practice games may be scheduled during the week in addition to regular training or on the weekends. Teams enter 3 tournaments each summer which will require weekend travel in the Puget Sound area, and possibly beyond.

Beyond the added training, match and tournament requirements, select level players are truly challenged to perform at a higher level both technically and tactically, individually and as a team. More is expected of each player and each team in commitment, effort, desire, and development results.

More questions, please contact Phil Avison, Technical Director




Copyright © 2021 Bainbridge Island FC  |  Privacy Statement |  Terms Of Use |  License Agreement |  Children's Privacy Policy  Log In