AMSC graduates off to a flying start

AM Soccer Club graduates are off to a flying start on their scholarship journeys in the United States, with the season just recently kicking off.

James Lang, Matthew Porteus and Scott Wilson all started with the Club during their primary school years, getting an early introduction of skill and mental development through our AM Soccer Curriculum, with over 10 years of practice.

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Day 2 of the Football at Cairnie Fruit Farm is over and 'the greens' were eventual winners of today's Confederations Cup tournament!

Teams were given conditions related to Chile and their style of play. This penalty sealed a win against the blues in a tense final.

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Co-op Membership and Community Fund

Members of the local Co-Operative visited our Walking Footballers to talk about the Membership and Community Fund. The financial benefit received from the community fund will go directly towards supporting our Walking Football Programme.

Tom McIntyre Cup - 1st X1

AM Soccer Club made the journey down to the East Neuk of Fife for this Tom McIntyre Cup tie, knowing they would face a stern test against an experienced Rovers team.

1st XI Tom McIntyre Cup

AM Soccer made a short trip to Glenrothes to face a Kingdom Athletic team that had taken three league points away from Cupar only two weeks ago.

Taylor Sullivan Cup – Round 3

AM Soccer made the journey to Methilhill to face the next hurdle in their attempt to retain the Taylor Sullivan Cup. The pitch was in excellent condition given the thaw and overnight rain.

FAFA Division 1

A decent start by both teams with St Andrews having the first shot on goal which went past the post. AMsoccer Reserves soon had an eye for goal for several shots that were just wide of the post, a positive response.