Our History

Over the Years

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1977

The Beginning

The Orange Park Soccer Club was formed and used fields at Montclair Elementary School. Current Coach, Eddie Rodriguez, played on that first ever team.

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1980

Jacksonville Tea Men

The Jacksonville Tea Men played their inaugural professional season; Dennis Viollet a former Manchester United player was their Coach.

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1982

Argyle

Coach Paul Tomaro started playing at Orange Park Soccer Club. He recalled playing on fields at Argyle. The same year, the Jacksonville Tea Men professional team was disbanded.

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1985

Dennis Violett

Dennis Viollet, a former Manchester United player and former coach for the Jacksonville Tea Men, became the first Coaching Director at CCSC.

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1989-1992

The Club Grew

As the sport grew, we used fields at St Johns Country Day School and a vacant lot on Gano and DeBarry Ave.

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1993

Eagle Harbor

The club house and fields were built in Eagle Harbor on what used to be blueberry fields and became Clay County Soccer Club.

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1994

First Tournament

Clay County Soccer Club hosted its first tournament at Eagle Harbor.

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1994

USMNT 

Paul Caligieri and the USMNT trained at Clay County in preparation for the World Cup.

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1994

State Cup

Clay County Soccer Club hosted The FYSA State Cup Finals.

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1997

Jacksonville Cyclones

The Jacksonville Cyclones played their inaugural professional season, Coached by CCSC Director Dennis Viollet.

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1999

Dennis Viollet Soccer Complex

Dennis Viollet passed away and the Cyclones were disbanded. In memory of Dennis, Eagle Harbor Soccer Complex was named the Dennis Viollet Soccer Complex.

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2004

U17 Girls 

CCSC’s U17 Girls won the Florida President’s Cup and were the Region B Cup champions.

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2006

U15 Girls

CCSC’s U15 Girls were Florida Cup State Champions.

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2007

U16 Girls

CCSC’s U16 Girls were Florida Cup State Champions, earning back to back titles.

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2009

U18 Boys

CCSC’s U18 Boys were named FYSA Region B Cup Champions.

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2011

Florida Sol

WPSL Florida Sol played its inaugural season. The Florida Sol is the Semi-Professional women’s team that represents CCSC.

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2012

Sol U19

Florida Sol U19 were crowned State, Regional & National Champions.

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2012

Morgan Brian U20

Alumna Morgan Brian won the U20 World Cup with U20 USYNT.

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2015

1999 Rangers Black

CCSC’s 1999 Rangers Black were crowned Florida State Champions, becoming the first boys team from the area to win a State Final.

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2015

Morgan Brian World Cup

Alumna Morgan Brian won the World Cup with US Women’s National Team.

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2016

Westside Soccer Club

Westside Soccer Club merged with Clay County Soccer Club to form the United Soccer Alliance.

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2016

NWLS

Three former Sol players were drafted in NWSL Draft (Emily Sonnett #1, Christen Westphal #3, and Carson Pickett #4).

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2017

Gatorade Player of the Year

Reed Davis was named Gatorade Player of the Year.

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2017

Development Academy

The Development Academy’s inaugural season took place at CCSC under the United Soccer Alliance umbrella.

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2018

International Play

The 2000/2001 Development Academy team played U20 French National Team.

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2018

UPSL

UPSL played its inaugural season at the club. The UPSL is CCSC’s men’s semi-professional team.

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2018

Back to Back

Reed Davis was named Gatorade Player of the Year (back to back for the first time in state history).

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2018

Girls Youth Academy

The Girls Youth Academy played it’s inaugural season.

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2019

Sol Players in World Cup

Six former WPSL Florida Sol players played for their respective countries in the Women’s World Cup (Morgan Brian – USA, Emily Sonnett – USA, Sade Adamolekun –  Jamaica, Havana Solaun – Jamaica, Lauren Silver – Jamaica, Ashleigh Shim – Jamaica).

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2019

World Cup Goal

Former Sol player Havana Solaun scored the first ever goal for Jamaica in the Women’s World Cup.

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2019

Top Signing Class

The Development Academy yielded the Top 4 signing class in the nation.

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2019

DA National Playoffs

The 2000/2001 Development Academy team placed 4th in National Playoffs.