Over the Years
The Orange Park Soccer Club was formed and used fields at Montclair Elementary School. Current Coach, Eddie Rodriguez, played on that first ever team.
Jacksonville Tea Men
The Jacksonville Tea Men played their inaugural professional season; Dennis Viollet a former Manchester United player was their Coach.
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.
Dennis Viollet, a former Manchester United player and former coach for the Jacksonville Tea Men, became the first Coaching Director at CCSC.
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.
The club house and fields were built in Eagle Harbor on what used to be blueberry fields and became Clay County Soccer Club.
Clay County Soccer Club hosted its first tournament at Eagle Harbor.
Paul Caligieri and the USMNT trained at Clay County in preparation for the World Cup.
Clay County Soccer Club hosted The FYSA State Cup Finals.
The Jacksonville Cyclones played their inaugural professional season, Coached by CCSC Director Dennis Viollet.
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.
CCSC’s U17 Girls won the Florida President’s Cup and were the Region B Cup champions.
CCSC’s U15 Girls were Florida Cup State Champions.
CCSC’s U16 Girls were Florida Cup State Champions, earning back to back titles.
CCSC’s U18 Boys were named FYSA Region B Cup Champions.
WPSL Florida Sol played its inaugural season. The Florida Sol is the Semi-Professional women’s team that represents CCSC.
Florida Sol U19 were crowned State, Regional & National Champions.
Morgan Brian U20
Alumna Morgan Brian won the U20 World Cup with U20 USYNT.
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.
Morgan Brian World Cup
Alumna Morgan Brian won the World Cup with US Women’s National Team.
Westside Soccer Club
Westside Soccer Club merged with Clay County Soccer Club to form the United Soccer Alliance.
Three former Sol players were drafted in NWSL Draft (Emily Sonnett #1, Christen Westphal #3, and Carson Pickett #4).
Gatorade Player of the Year
Reed Davis was named Gatorade Player of the Year.
The Development Academy’s inaugural season took place at CCSC under the United Soccer Alliance umbrella.
The 2000/2001 Development Academy team played U20 French National Team.
UPSL played its inaugural season at the club. The UPSL is CCSC’s men’s semi-professional team.
Back to Back
Reed Davis was named Gatorade Player of the Year (back to back for the first time in state history).
Girls Youth Academy
The Girls Youth Academy played it’s inaugural season.
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).
World Cup Goal
Former Sol player Havana Solaun scored the first ever goal for Jamaica in the Women’s World Cup.
Top Signing Class
The Development Academy yielded the Top 4 signing class in the nation.
DA National Playoffs
The 2000/2001 Development Academy team placed 4th in National Playoffs.