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Congratulations to the Arizona Arsenal 05 Premier Girls for their recent Pegasus Cup Championship playing 11v11.
The Arizona Arsenal 02 Premier Black – Girls’ Region IV Presidents Cup run in Seattle ended as they lost in the semi finals. Congratulations to the girls on breaking bracket, winning the quarterfinals and proudly representing our club and the Read the full article…
Congratulations to the Arizona Arsenal 04 Boys who were Finalists at Yavapai Cup playing up a year.
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Congratulations to Chris Brown and Scott Smith of the Arizona Arsenal Soccer family who received head coaching positions recently at the college level. Chris Brown will be taking over as the Head Womens Coach at Concordia and Scott Smith will be taking over as the Head Womens Coach at Illinois College. A number of current and former Arizona Arsenal Coaches work in the college soccer ranks and we wish them the best of luck with their upcoming season.
See the below for coaches listed alphabetically: Tim Barmettler- Head Mens Coach: Mesa Community College, Jonathan Berzins- Head Mens and Womens Coach: Chandler- Gilbert Community College, Jason Green- Assistant Womens Coach- Colorado University, Drew Guarneri- Head Womens Coach: Mesa Community College, Greg Johnson- Head Mens and Womens Coach: Gateway Community College, David Oberholtzer- Assistant Mens Coach: University of Dayton, Anthony Presnell- Assistant Mens Coach: Regis University and Blair Quinn- Assistant Womens Coach: Arizona State University.
The Arizona Arsenal 02 Premier Girls- Teal, 00 Premier Girls- Teal, 98 Premier Girls- Teal, and 00 Premier Boys- Teal will be participating in the upcoming Surf Cup.
Taking place the weekend of July 25-27th, will include elite soccer players, nationally recognized coaches and top scouts during this premier soccer tournament rated one of the top two in the United States.
This Class 1 tournament hosts over 450 college coaches, numerous scouts and thousands of spectators and will be held at the San Diego Polo Club with eighteen full sized soccer fields manicured and prepared for the event.
In addition, the Surf Cup organization is responsible for donating over $300,000 to soccer related charities in previous years