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By Webadmin, 03/28/20, 4:00PM PDT



I met Mark Biagi at the Manchester City Cup 2019 in San Diego when he was scouting for U.S. Soccer and it is great to see top-level coaches in soccer step up during the COVID-19 pandemic to help youth soccer players with productive and fun challenges.

Facebook is coming alive with what soccer players can do during the forced furlough of training and games because of the Coronavirus COVID-19. A great example is the newly kicked off #VirtualClubChallenge on Facebook.

Mark Biagi, the Director of Coaching for the Vail Soccer Club in Tucson, Arizona reached out to SoccerToday earlier today to share the good news … a fun challenge!

Here is a list of youth soccer clubs that are participating in the launch:

Arizona Arsenal – Arizona Arsenal Soccer Club
Coronado Athletic Club – Coronado Athletic Club
Phoenix Premier FC – Phoenix Premier FC
Vail Soccer Club – Vail Soccer Club
MLVA – MVLA Soccer Club
United PDX – @unitedpdx
Capital FC Timbers – Capital Fútbol Club
Washington Rush – Washington Rush Soccer Club
Timbers-Thorns North FC – Timbers-Thorns North FC
La Roca FC – La Roca Futbol Club
Utah Arsenal FC – Utah Arsenal Futbol Club
Utah Celtic T.C. – @urcfcofficial
Utah Rangers FC – Utah Rangers FC
Park City SC – Park City Soccer Club
Downtown Las Vegas SC – Downtown Las Vegas Soccer Club
San Diego Force – San Diego Force FC
New Mexico Soccer Academy – Instagram @nmsocceracademy
Valley Resolution – Wasilla Youth Soccer - Valley Revolution
Strikers North FB – Strikers FC North

If a youth soccer club wants to join in, please Private Message the Facebook page. This is a Facebook and Instagram Challenge among friendly youth soccer clubs during the COVID 19 Pandemic. Any player is welcome to participate.

Here is how the youth soccer Virtual Club Challenge Works:

The purpose of the Virtual Club Challenge is to promote community, build relationships, promote development, encourage competition, and interact virtually in a positive way through the love of soccer.…/