The Florida Sol FC
is part of the WPSL Sunshine conference, and plays out of the Eagle Harbor Soccer Complex on Fleming Island.
The team will play its home games at the Eagle Harbor Soccer Complex. United Soccer Alliance, based out of Eagle Harbor, has also agreed to be the primary sponsor of the team.
The team is comprised primarily of current college players and players who are about to start their college careers. Many of the players have been a part of Torres’ Ponte Vedra Storm team for many years and are excited about having the opportunity to play together in the summers as they return home from their various colleges.
The team is young but have have some very experienced players for their age. Current college standouts like Notre Dame center mid Elizabeth Tucker and Atlantic Sun Freshman of the year Carolina Lencina, as well as the A-Suns leading scorer Lauren Hopfensperger, are excited about the team. There will also be a strong presence from many of the local and State colleges as there will be current and future players from the University of Florida, FSU, UCF, UNF, and Jacksonville University asked to participate.
We are excited about the team and see it as a way to bring high level women’s soccer to Jacksonville while continuing to provide the college players with an opportunity to continue to play and develop over the summer.
to be determined
Six Sol players are going to the 2019 World Cup
An unprecedented six former and current Clay County Florida Sol Players will be going to the 2019 Women’s World Cup in France. These players include former Sol and youth player Morgan Brian who helped the U.S. win the 2015 World Cup and 18 year old Sade Adamolekun who is a current youth player at Clay County’s United Soccer Alliance Girls DA. The other players are Havana Solaun, Lauren Silver, and Ashleigh Shim who will represent Jamaica as well as Emily Sonnett who will represent the U.S. in her first world cup.
We are incredibly proud of these players and look forward to watching them play in the World Cup.
Good Luck Ladies, Go SOL !
Our league WPSL
(Women’s Premier Soccer League) was established in 1998, it is the largest women soccer league in the United States, with over 50 teams throughout the country, and some of the top female players in the nation.
WPSL is sanctioned by the United States Adult Soccer Association (USASA) as an affiliate of the United States Soccer Federation (USSF), the ruling body of soccer in the United States and FIFA the world’s ruling body for soccer. U.S. National team standouts such as Brandi Chastain, Shannon Boxx, Julie Foudy, and current national players like Abby Wambach, Leslie Osborne and Nicole Barnhart, have played in the WPSL.
With the start of WPS (Woman Professional Soccer) in 2009, the WPSL’s has helped to give players the opportunity to develop and elevate their game.
Sol FC assists female soccer players to accomplish their highest level in the game. Whether that goal is at the collegiate, national team or professional level, our club will develop and showcase their abilities. Morgan Brian current player for the USA U-20 national team, will defend the Florida SOL FC colors this upcoming season.
receive the best in soccer entertainment. Every game Sol FC creates a sense of excitement and lasting memories for fans. We build fan loyalty by providing a team with successful local players and a fan family oriented atmosphere at the games.
Assistant Coach/Team Manager
Florida Sol Alumni
2009 - 2013
Since 2012, Morgan Brian has become one of the top young players in the nation. In 2013, she received her first cap with the U.S. Women’s National team being the youngest player on the team at that time. Morgan is one of only 4 women to have won 2 Mac Herman awards as best NCAA player in 2014-15. She was also named the U.S. Soccer Young Female Athlete of the Year and led the University of Virginia to the women’s Final Four Championships in 2014 and 2015. Morgan played a big role in the 2015 Women’s World Cup, which the U.S. Women’s National Team won the tournament. She now plays for the Houston Dash in the NWSL where she was the first overall pick in the 2015 draft.
Emily Sonnett has moved from the U-23 U.S. Women’s National Team to compete for a roster spot on the senior Women’s National Team since playing for the Florida SOL in 2014. She has 8 caps for the WNT with her first being against Brazil October 2015 during the WNT Victory Tour. Emily was drafted by the Portland Thorns FC being the first overall pick in the 2016 NWSL Draft. Emily also played at the University of Virginia from 2012-2015.
2009 - 2014
In 2014, co-captain Havana Solaun played her senior year for the University of Florida being an All-SEC first team selection. In 2015, she was drafted by the Seattle Reign FC in the NWSL draft. She scored the game-winning goal in a preseason game against the University of Washington, but sadly she also had a season-ending injury in that same game. Now that 2016 is here, Havana is ready for the 2016 NWSL season as well as spending some time with the U-23 WNT having been last called up to their training camp in January 2016.
2009 - 2014
After winning the NCAA College Cup Championship with Florida State in 2014, Kristin Grubka was drafted by the Sky Blue FC in the 2015 NWSL Draft. Being with Sky Blue FC, she is given the opportunity to play along with great defenders Christie Rampone and Kelley O’Hara. Kristin has been playing with the U-23 WNT since 2015.
2009 - 2014
Theresa Diederich ended a great career at the University of Alabama in 2014. Being a three-year captain, she ranked third in shots on goal in Crimson Tide history and ranked eighth in total points. In 2015 Diederich made her debut in the NWSL with the New Jersey Sky Blue FC, where she still plays to date. In November 2015, she returned to her high school alma mater, Episcopal, to coach the Girls’ Varsity team. Theresa was also part of the Sol ’93’ team that won the 2012 USYSA National Championship..
2011 - 2014
Christen Westphal played along with Havana Solaun at the University of Florida from 2012-2014. Westphal just finished her senior year in 2015 being named the SEC Defensive Player of the Year. This January she was the third pick of the 2016 NWSL Draft by the Boston Breakers. Being on the U-23 WNT, Westphal has had the opportunity to play with former Florida Sol teammates: Havana Solaun and Kristin Grubka
2009 - 2013
After playing for the Florida Sol, Elizabeth Tucker played at Notre Dame University where she helped the team win an NCAA National Championship in 2011. In her senior year at Notre Dame Elizabeth was named ACC Scholar-Athlete of the year and NCAA Woman of the Year, perhaps the most prestigious award an NCAA Student Athlete could win. Elizabeth never played high school soccer, instead chose to play basketball.
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All home games are played at
Eagle Harbor Soccer Complex
4387 Lakeshore Dr
Fleming Island, FL 32003
Soccer field office phone: (904) 278-1182
Located south west of Jacksonville, Florida – just south of Orange Park.