Tri-City United in Fargo – North Dakota’s Best Youth Soccer Program

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Club Details

701.205.1357

info@tricityunited.org

Fargo, North Dakota

Club Description

Tri-City United in Fargo, North Dakota is a soccer club that offers a supportive community, experienced coaches, and diverse programs for players of all ages, backgrounds, and skill levels. The club is a nonprofit organization that aims to develop athletes into community leaders and promote community health and youth-focused initiatives.

The club is led by a team of certified coaches and community leaders that provide the best-possible experience for the players, regardless of their age, ability, or athletic aspirations. The club also has a Goalkeeper Coach and a Technical Director that help with the training and development of the players. The club follows the SafeSport Training guidelines to ensure a safe and respectful environment for everyone.

The club is the largest soccer community in North Dakota, with over 4,000 players and 3,000 families. The club also supports all local clubs, high schools, colleges, and recreational players in the state. The club welcomes and develops players of all backgrounds and skill levels, and celebrates the diversity of its coaches, staff, and players from over 20 countries around the world.

The club operates an indoor sports facility that provides indoor, heated practice and game space for nearly every high school and college in the FMWF area. The facility also hosts tournaments, camps, and clinics throughout the year, and will soon be the permanent home to the North Dakota Soccer Hall of Fame & Museum. The club also provides free soccer and kids’ health camps to daycares, elementary schools, and other nonprofits.

The club is committed to keeping the costs as low as possible for its member-players, and offers a scholarship program that provides free play, travel, and uniforms for almost 100 kids that otherwise could not afford to play. The club also contributes to the area’s economy by adding $4M-plus annually through its support of area park districts and hosting of tournaments. Tri-City United is more than just a soccer club, it is a soccer family.