Players interested in competing at a high level are invited to attend open practices in June. All dates and times are on the calendar below.
Please contact manager Karen Savage at email@example.com for field locations.
Coach Giampaulo Pedroso is offering 01 and 00 boys the opportunity to train, compete, and experience the culture of Brazilian futebol. Over the 13-day tour, players will live with local families, visit popular sites, attend professional games, and train with local clubs. Planning and pre-tour training has begun, but a few open spots remain. Contact GP by email if interested in attending: firstname.lastname@example.org.
A 2nd place finish in DII secures the team their second straight promotion and entry into Classic League’s top division.
After wins over Oklahoma foes in bracket play, 01 Chambers made it to the final of the 2013 Legacy Freedom Cup.
Playing two years up, 01 Chambers held their own against stronger, faster opponents, finishing 2nd in U14 Xara Fall Classic.
Liverpool 01 Chambers finishes off a strong 2011-12 season by earning promotion to Division II.
Our team accomplishes development through Brazilian Technical Training with an emphasis on the decision-making process. Our goal is to develop our players and team in all aspects of the game as we strive to play at the highest youth level possible in North Texas.
Please contact Head Coach directly with questions regarding team.
Team Legend – Harry Chambers
Harry 'Smiler' Chambers sent fear into the opposition with his ferocious left foot shot, and averaged a goal every two games. Chambers topped the Liverpool goal charts in the first five post-World War One seasons, and played a pivotal role in the Reds winning two consecutive championships in 1922 and 1923. Harry joined Liverpool at the end of the First World War and was a key member of the team that won the First Division championship in successive seasons during the early 20's, scoring 41 times from 72 matches during those two successful years, 1921-22 & 1922-23. Harry continued to score with regularity and was the club's only ever-present during the 1925-26 & 1926-27 league seasons.