Concord FC Announces the return of Dunkirk/Fredonia home games

Dear Soccer Families,

NCSA/Concord FC has exciting news to report!  The Buffalo & Western New York Junior Soccer League has agreed to allow Spring Concord FC to have home games return to the Dunkirk/Fredonia area next year!  They do have one condition: “If we run into a situation where a Concord team is playing teams in Niagara County, we will attempt to find a neutral field in Southern Erie County for games.  Basically, we would like to keep travel times no longer than one hour,”

Concord FC would like to extend our appreciation to all our soccer families!  You all have been very patient while NCSA/Concord FC goes through changes.  These changes have always had player development and the growth of our organization at the forefront.  We would also like to thank the many volunteers, coaches and administrators, who have dedicated many hours to NCSA/Concord FC.  These volunteers have so much passion to provide the best soccer program possible.

Couple additional notes:

Please use myncsa716.net has the main source of our information.  All information will be posted there and shared to various other places.  As we continue to improve communication, we would like everyone know where you can be confident in the information you need is.  As always, if you have any questions, don’t hesitate to email us at ncsa.concord@gmail.com.

If you have anyone that wishes to join Concord FC, please have them register here for try-outs.

We hope that you all have enjoyed this season and are as excited as we are about next season!

Concord FC

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