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Springfield Galaxy home page.
The Galaxy is a former U19 travel soccer team from the Springfield/South County Youth Club (Fairfax County, Virginia).
Team entered their final State Cup in June 2008 and advanced to Regionals. See News Page for player achievements in college ball.
Advanced to State Cup Final 4
First Place Div 1 WAGS, 6-0-2, scoring 4 or more goals in five games.
Virginian Memorial Day Tournament Champions (3 shutouts)
Champions in PWSI Icebreaker (4-0, 4 shutouts)
Champions in Baltimore Bays March Madness (4-0, 4 shutouts)
First place -- WAGS Tournament, October 2006, in Bethesda, MD
First place -- Bethesda Thanksgiving Tournament, November 2006, in Bethesda, MD
First Place Div 1 WAGS, 8-1-0, scoring 4 or more goals in five games
Finalists in Sun Cup U-19 Champions Division. Lost in finals on PK's to U-18 PWSI Cardinals (Score at the Shore Champions)
Wins over #4 ranked Roanoke Star, 5-0, and #3 ranked Beach Majix, 2-1
Summer play with U-18 Sterling Pride. Champions of Baltimore Bays Showcase
Semi-finalists, Orange Classic, Orange 1 Division.
Spring: Runner-up Champions of U-15 WAGS Div 1
CHAMPIONS 2004 St. Patrick's Day Tournament [Played at U-16]: beat U-16 FRED United, U-16 PWSI Twisters Red, tied U-16 STER Pride (U-16 Div 1 Champion runner-ups)
CHAMPIONS 2004 PWSI Icebreaker
SEMI-FINALIST, VIRGINIAN 2004 [Outshot, but lost 1-0 on late goal to State Cup Champions, BRYC Fury]
CHAMPIONS OF 2004 CENTRAL JERSEY INVITATIONAL [Played at U-16]: Defeated highly ranked Washington Freedom PDA (9 players from Beth Eclipse - 2nd in nation)
CHAMPIONS 2004 PWSI Toys For Tots Labor Day Tournament. Victory over last season's WAGS Champions leads to the team's 4th tournament championship in five tournaments.
Team Photo -- Pregame Cicada Check
Please come back often for news, updates and new pictures.
Spring 2004 Summary: WAGS Div 1 Runner-up Champions. Finished league play with 1 loss. 3 tournament championships.
Fall 2003: Began season with a switch to zone defense; after rusty start, finished season with 6 straight wins.