The Beach United Football Club made an impressive showing in its home tournament, the Myrtle Beach Can-Am Cup, on the weekend of March 1-2 at the Market Common sports complex.
Beach united, a Myrtle Beach-based youth soccer club, sent seven teams to the tournament and came home with two championship trophies, two more finalists and a semifinalist.
The BUFC Academy Flash Under-10 girls, coached by Joe Anderson, went 4-0 in the Can-Am Cup to claim the title. The BUFC Pride U-11 girls, led by coach Joe Anderson, also took home the championship in the White division.
Also making it to the finals were the BUFC Fury U-12 girls, coached Joe Anderson, and the BUFC Predators U-12 boys, led by coach Joe Wehrle. He also led the BUFC Academy Boys U-10 team to the semifinals.
Also making strong showings for BUFC were the Tiempo U-13 boys, coached by Thuba Nkomazana, and the Legends U-10 boys, coached by Jlonattan DeLeon.
Can Am Cup
BUFC Flash, Liga Close Out Season in Winning Fashion
Beach United Football Club, A Myrtle Beach Youth Soccer Club
Two of Beach United Football Club's oldest and youngest teams closed out the fall season with successful tournament trips over the weekend.
The Beach United 03 Flash ran the table in the Under 10 Girls Black Division of the James Island Cup in Charleston to capture the championship.
The Flash won their four pool matches by scores of 3-1, 4-1, 5-2 and 8-0 to claim an undefeated weekend. The Academy team was finalist in their only other tournament appearance this fall.
In Savannah, Ga., the BUFC Boys Under 19 Liga earned finalist honors in the Adidas Senior Cup College Showcase. After dominating pool play with wins of 3-1, 2-1 and 3-0, the Liga battled to a 1-0 loss in the Elite Division following a controversial goal in the final 5 minutes.
Beach United Football Club is a youth soccer organization based in Myrtle Beach, SC. BUFC offers high levels of instruction for boys and girls ages 5-19.
BUFC Copa, Pride Earn Finalist Honors in Big Tourneys
Myrtle Beach Youth Soccer Teams
The Beach United Copa Under 11 Boys and Pride Under 11 Girls capped the fall season by coming home from big tournaments with finalist trophies on Sunday.
The Copa captured second place in the prestigious CASL Boys Shootout in Raleigh, NC. They were runners-up in the Premiere Black Division after suffering a hard-fought 1-0 defeat to WCWAA Black in the championship match.
The Copa went undefeated and unscored upon on Saturday, defeating the OCSA Coastal Crew 3-0 and the Rush Academy Black 4-0. They lost to WCWAA Black 2-0 in pool play before earning a rematch in the title game.
The Pride scored three wins and a tie in the SC Youth Soccer Fall Festival in Lexington but settled for second place based on point differential. The Pride defeated the SCUFC Stars 5-1 and Liverpool FCA 5-0 on Saturday.
On Sunday, the Pride posted a 1-1 tie with the SCUFC Girls Blue, who also went 3-0-1 but earned the title by virtue of scoring two more goals in the tournament than the Pride.
Beach United Football Club is a youth soccer organization based in Myrtle Beach, SC, offering instruction for boys and girls ages 6-18.
Myrtle Beach Girls U12 Soccer Team BUFC Fury Claims Title at Great Carolina Shootout!
Beach United Football Club, a Myrtle Beach Soccer Club
Beach United Football Club, a Myrtle Beach area soccer club, held the Great Carolina Shootout over the weekend at Market Common and several teams made a run at defending their home turf.
The BUFC Fury claimed the championship in the Under 12 Girls Blue Division by going undefeated through pool play and winning the title match 2-1 over the Charleston United Hurricanes.
The BUFC Flash, playing in their first-ever soccer tournament, finished a close second in the Under 10 Girls White Division, losing the championship game to the AIS Eagles 2-1 via a shootout.
In boys play, the BUFC Force advanced to the title match of the Under 14 Boys Blue division against the CASL Raiders, and the Under 12 Boys Copa lost in semifinals after winning first two games in the White Division.
Beach United, a Myrtle Beach-based youth soccer club, played host to more than 115 teams from the Southeast region competing in 25 different divisions.
Liga Reaches Finals at Greenville tourney
Beach United Football Club, a Myrtle Beach area soccer club in Greenville Tourney
The Beach United Football Club, a Myrtle Beach area youth soccer organization, saw its Under 19 Boys Liga squad take second place in the 25th annual St. Francis Sports Medicine Soccer Classic over the weekend in Greenville.
Liga swept their way through pool play, shutting out a pair of opponents in CESA Greenville (1-0) and Cleveland FC (2-0). The Newt Merricks-coached Liga also scored a 7-1 win over HS Prep as Wesley Durant recorded a hat trick.
Liga advanced to Sunday’s Blue division championship match against also-undefeated CESA Spartanburg and battled hard before falling by a 2-0 score.
BUFC Pumas, Tiempo Net Runner-Up Finishes at Raleigh Tournament
Myrtle Beach area Youth Soccer Club News
Myrtle Beach Area Youth Soccer Club has strong showing at Raleigh Tournament.
Beach United Football Club a Myrtle Beach Area Youth Soccer club, had three teams travel to Raleigh, NC, over Labor Day weekend and make strong showings in the CASL National Soccer Series Qualifier.
The BUFC Pumas went undefeated and unscored upon to reach Sunday’s Under 11 Girls championship game before falling 3-1 to MYSA Force for a runner-up finish. The Pumas beat the CASL Blitz 3-0, Wake FC Blue 1-0 and CASL Premier South 5-0 to advance to the semis, where they defeated CASL Premier North 2-0.
The BUFC Tiempo advanced to the championship game of the Under 13 Boys’ first division before falling to the Arsenal Navy by a 2-0 score. They defeated Halifax Phoenix 3-2 and the CASL Avengers 5-2 to reach the title game.
The BUFC Copa went undefeated in Under 11 Boys’ first division play but failed to advance to the playoffs after tying both of their Saturday games. The Copa scored a 3-0 win over CASL Premier Red North on Sunday to cap a 1-0-2 mark.
Soccer Fields in the Myrtle Beach area
Directions to Soccer Fields in Myrtle Beach area:
Doug Shaw Stadium and Myrtle Beach Rec Ctr soccer fields 3205 Oak Street, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
From 17 bypass south, turn right onto 29th ave north (beside Planet Hollywood) towards the ocean. Go through stoplight at Grissom Parkway. At next stoplight, Oak Street, take a left. You will pass Pepper Geddings Recreation Center on left, take immediate left right after the center. Stadium Field will be first field on the left. Use the large parking lot to the left.
From 17 bypass north, turn left onto 29th Ave north and follow directions above.
YMCA @ 67th Ave. N. 904 65th Ave. N, Myrtle Beach, SC 29572
From highway 17 bypass north, turn left at the stoplight (Farrow Parkway) at the backgate of the former air force base (now called Withers Preserve & Market Commons) following Farrow Parkway.
Market Common 1004 Meyers Ave. Myrtle Beach SC 29577
Coming from the North on Kings Hwy (17 Bus.). Turn right on Farrow Parkway. Follow Farrow Parkway through the stores.After the pond on the left.....
Beach United Soccer Coaches offer Private instruction in the Myrtle Beach area
Do you have a soccer player that needs some extra time on the field? Needs a little more practice with a ball? In the Myrtle Beach area the Beach United Soccer Coaches are available for private 1 on 1 lessons or small group sessions. Many of our coaches have had significant playing time on soccer fields all across the country and internationally. They also have been through training to assist them in becoming better coaches. To request more information or to schedule a private lesson please contact the club at firstname.lastname@example.org