About FC Edmonds

FC Edmonds is a Soccer Club serving players predominatly from the greater Edmonds, Lynnwood, and Mountlake Terrace areas of Western Washington. For nearly 20 years, our recreational feeder program has been the Sno-King Youth Club based in Edmonds, WA.

We provide a local competitive option for players seeking advanced training and competitive opportunities to grow as soccer players

FC Edmonds teams play in the Puget Sound Premier League (PSPL) and US Club Soccer.

Mission Statement

FC Edmonds pledges to be a Full Service Soccer Organization dedicated to the growth and enrichment of its participating members.

FC Edmonds player-centric approach fosters individual confidence along with team success. These goals will be achieved through hard work, dedication and the complete commitment to every level of player. Everyone in FC Edmonds (family members included) can feel proud of each team in the club!

Our Core Beliefs

The Core Values Of FC Edmonds

  • Provide quality soccer instruction.
  • Create a positive and nurturing environment.
  • Give players the opportunity to play competitve soccer.
  • Reinforce non-soccer specific skills such as: communication, teamwork, time management, responsibility, discipline, and respect for all players.
  • Ensure all staff and volunteers work together, showing professionalism and enthusiasm.
  • Provide staff with continuing professional development opportunities, to keep their soccer skills and knowledge current.
  • Engage the whole community in our club development through a variety of partnerships and networks.
  • Players, coaches, managers, and member families will strive to be an asset to the sport of soccer and the community in which they live.
Competition - Game and Tournament Play


FC Edmonds is a proud member of the Puget Sound Premier League. www.pspl.com

The Fall League typcially begins play the weekend after Labor Day.

The Spring League typically begins play in late February


Each FC Edmonds team will play in several tournaments per year.


FC Edmonds teams are encouraged to participate in post season play. US Club Soccer offers multiple post season tournament options.
Coach, Player, Parent Expectations
OUR COACHES: FC Edmonds is proud of its coaching staff and the many volunteers who make our program a great place for young soccer players to develop on and off the field.
  • An understanding of the specific age characteristics and needs of the players;
  • An ability to develop individual and team skills;
  • An ability to maintain the confidence and trust of parents and families;
  • A willingness to commit the necessary time throughout the soccer year;
  • A WSYSA "E" license (recommended minimum);
  • A demonstrable working knowledge of soccer skills and game strategies.


  • Always set a good example for players and parents to follow, exemplifying high moral and ethical behavior.
  • Instruct players in proper sportsmanship and practice responsibilities and demand that they make sportsmanship and teamwork their #1 and #2 priorities.
  • Respect judgment of referees, abide by rules of the game and display no behavior that could incite players or parents (ex. questioning calls, gestures, etc).
  • Treat opposing coach, players and fans and with respect. Shake hands with officials and opposing coach before and after each game.
  • Develop and enforce penalties/ramifications for players who do not abide by sportsmanship and practice standards.
  • Develop each player to his fullest potential, giving candid feedback on strengths as well as opportunities to improve.
  • Develop creative, structured and FUN practice sessions.
  • Keep parents informed on practices, games, directions, etc.


  • Accept seriously the responsibility and privilege of representing FC Edmonds: display positive public action at all times.
  • Demonstrate respect for opponents, coaches and referees before, during and after games.
  • Live up to high standards of sportsmanship.
  • Treat opponents with respect: shake hands after games and take a knee quickly when they are injured. Clap when they leave the field.
  • Respect judgment of referees, abide by rules of the games and display no behavior that could incite fans (ex. questioning calls, gestures, taunting, "show-boating" etc).
  • Cooperate with referees, coaches and fellow participants to conduct a fair game.
  • Accept favorable and unfavorable decisions, as well as victory and defeat, with equal grace.
  • Come prepared each week to practice (ball, water, shin guards and cleats) and understand that there will be ramifications for disruptive behavior- whether in practice or a game (ex. reduced playing time, sitting out practice, etc).


  • Support the team and coaches
  • Respect decisions made by referees- do not speak to them.
  • Respect opposing fans, coaches and participants.
Players must re-qualify for a team each year at open tryouts.
Any player who resigns or is released from a team will still be responsible for covering an appropriate share of team fees and expenses.
Field Locations

Lynnwood High School

18218 North Road

Bothell, WA 98012

Meadowdale High School

6002 168th St SW

Lynnwood, WA 98037

Woodway Campus

(Former Woodway)

23200 100th Ave. W

Edmonds, WA 98020