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New Sound FC Clubhouse coming in June 2019

We're happy to announce that Sound FC's new clubhouse will be opening in just a couple of weeks. Get the details about future clubhouse plans and more.

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Summer Camp Sessions are Coming

Advanced Skills and Finishing Summer Camps are back. Topics covered include breakaways, dives, parrying and extensions, and crosses. Register today.

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Brand New Rec League Soccer

Registration opens April 15 for this high-quality recreational soccer league in Edmonds School District.

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Sound Football Club is more than just a soccer club. We are committed to developing the whole athlete with a holistic approach to building future leaders.

  • SOUND MINDS – Our club-wide coaching methodology helps reinforce critical creative problem-solving skills and resiliency needed both on and off the pitch.
  • SOUND BODIES – Our staff provides nutrition and strength, agility, & quickness training to help prevent injuries and help players establish healthy habits.
  • SOUND SKILLS – Our licensed, experienced technical staff works year-round to provide a strong foundation of technical and tactical skills at the individual and team-level.


Sound FC programming offers a rich array of services that help develop the whole athlete. From performance nutrition to sports psychology, we help build young leaders who are prepared for success, on an off the pitch.

Sound Football Club is proud to provide year-round Speed, Agility, and Quickness (SAQ) programming to all of our premier soccer members.
Led by nutrition specialist Heather Alschuler, Sound FC offers professional resources to help connect families with quality nutrition for fueling young bodies.
The Sound FC leadership program helps players develop their understanding of how to lead by example, as well as team dynamics, and overcoming challenges.
Sound FC is proud to offer free programming to prepare players for college recruitment, headed by College Services Coordinator, Val Seid.


As a non-profit, Sound FC’s sponsors help support our charter to create sound minds, sound bodies, and sound skills through soccer. You can also support our organization directly by donating or purchasing goods through Amazon Smile.



We are excited to share some big news for our players, families, and community. Shortly after our changeover from Greater Seattle Surf Soccer Club to Sound Football Club on April 1, our organization is relocating to a new clubhouse. Our new facility is located at the former site of Woodinville Indoor Soccer Center. Between now and…

Greater Seattle Surf Soccer Club, based in Bothell, WA, today announced a major rebrand. Beginning April 1, 2019, Greater Seattle Surf Soccer Club will operate as Sound Football Club (Sound FC). Sound FC will still be based in Bothell, WA and will still be chartered by Washington Youth Soccer (WYS) as the sole provider of…

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Starting this fall, Sound Football Club will partner with TOCA Football at its new Lynnwood facility to provide the revolutionary TOCA Training method to Sound’s premier soccer members. The TOCA Training method employs its small-ball philosophy and TOCA Touch Trainer, a ball delivery machine, to dramatically improve precision, elevate playing skills and build confidence to…

Sound Football Club (Sound FC), a nonprofit premier soccer club based in Bothell, WA, announces the promotion of Jason Farrell as Director of Soccer. Farrell joined Sound FC in April 2018 as a Soccer Advisor. Beginning immediately, Farrell will direct and ensure the overall success of the Sound FC program. “I’m excited to have Jason…

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One comment I receive from several coaches and parents at all levels is the lack of ‘hand balls’ being called. We teach referees to be aware of several aspects of ball to hand contact and that not all contact is guilty of ‘handling’.  Most scenarios  are just ball hitting the hand and nothing needs to be…

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You have probably heard that it is important to be “in the moment”.  You might have a general idea of what the means, but maybe not really know what it is or how to do it better. In psychology, we often talk about being in the moment when we are talking about mindfulness.  Mindfulness is…

Helpful Links Changing the Game- John O’Sullivan remembers when youth sports was about children competing with other children instead of adults competing with each other through their kids. Following nearly three decades as a soccer player and coach, O’Sullivan began working to reshape youth sports and inspire a major shift in culture. After serving as…