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GROWING YOUTH SOCCER PROGRAM: Temecula FC is always looking for talented boys and girls born 2006-2015 to play competitive soccer in 2021. Tryout information: https://tinyurl.com/zf5visad

FLASHBACK: Teenager Byron Rivera making his debute vs Toros Neza!

EDDIE TURNS PRO: Edward Benito became the 4th Temecula FC player in 3 years to move up into NISA – National Independent Soccer Association “We wish Eddie the best with 1904 FC and his professional career” ~Brandon Jantz Who will be next? National Premier Soccer League TFC Dirty Birds hummel City of Temecula – City…

UPDATE: Local stadiums still unavailable to rent due to Covid! We hope to have an update in September and return to business.

“What is a club in any case? Not the buildings or the directors or the people who are paid to represent it. It’s not the television contracts, get-out clauses, marketing departments or executive boxes. It’s the noise, the passion, the feeling of belonging, the pride in your city. It’s a small boy clambering up stadium…

THE LOCAL SPORTS TEAM! When you wear the local uniform you start a local conversation! https://soccerhive.net/temecula-fc/866-temecula-official-game-jersey.html…

CONGRATS: What an honor for Ahmad Yehya making the The National Premier Soccer League (NPSL) Region XI selections for the 2021 season.   https://www.npsl.com/16726/   hummel National Premier Soccer League TFC Dirty Birds

FINAL MATCH: Temecula FC wraps up the season with an away trip to Las Vegas today! We would like to thank everyone who volunteered their time, energy and donated money to make this season happen during Covid restrictions. We hope all Covid restriction are lifted and we can return to business operations in October for…

Temecula FC will be looking to win their 3rd Riverside County Cups in 4 years. The Quails are hoping that the club will return to business as normal in October. If Covid restriction for use of Chaparral High School are lifted we will once again see the lads in the stadium.

Quails face two strong opponents in a match-filled two weeks. On Wednesday, the Quails start a stretch of matches that would be hard for any full time professional club let alone a part time one. Over the next two weeks, the Quails play four matches, two games every week for the remainder of June. In…