We will provide a positive, competitive soccer environment for any child, regardless of background or financial status. Razzia Futbol Club supports their coaches by providing the tools they need to be the best coaches. We will retain coaches who train children to play the game at the best levels, and who coach in a positive manner that will help to build a child’s self esteem. We want each child who plays for Razzia to reach their potential by providing them with an environment for success.
Our goal is to provide a place for players of all skill levels to play while keeping costs low. We do this by using volunteer coaches who have the drive and dedication to learn more about the game so that they can pass this on the the player.
To provide a place for soccer players at all levels to play and to give each player opportunities for growth and success to achieve their highest potential and play at their highest possible level.
Our coaches are dedicated to developing our kids into good players, maintaining good work ethics, good sportsmanship, and the love of soccer.
Our coaches are all licensed and have been involved with soccer at some level for many years. Coaching, playing...usually both, our coaches love what they do and put in more hours than we can count at making sure the kids in their program learn what they need to learn and have the best experience with this sport as possible.
Razzia FC was formed in 2007 by combining the efforts of three leagues. We took the best of what each league had to offer to create a better environment for our players. Our original leagues were centered in the West Valley City, Taylorsville, Magna, Bennion and Kearns areas.
We offer a very competitive place to play, at a very reasonable price, for any player in the greater Salt Lake Valley area. Regardless of where you live in the greater Salt Lake Valley, we are an option to provide a great place to play at a very competitive level. We currently have players from Draper, Salt Lake City, Herriman, West Jordan, West Valley, Taylorsville, Murray, and many other areas in the Salt Lake valley.