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Email: info@wakefc.com
Phone: (919) 249-5119
Address: PO Box 1211, Holly Springs, NC 27540

 
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Welcome to Wake FC

Our Mission

Wake Futbol Club (Wake FC) was organized by a group of local leaders who have a passion for soccer and a true sense of customer service. Wake FC was established to provide a player-focused, character-building soccer experience for residents of Wake County and surrounding areas. The livelihood of Wake FC is important, but the full development of our players, your child, is more important. That's why training includes on and off the field development. With a customer service approach and the goal to meet everyone's needs, we break the stereotypical club mentality through the way we operate, communicate, and teach.

At Wake FC, everyone can expect respect, transparency, and accountability, as well as a cost-conscious program. Our mission is to offer boys and girls a competitive soccer experience centered on personal development, skill development, and physical fitness. Wake FC is Federal Exempt public charity as a non-profit 501(c)3.


Our Principles

Below are Wake FC's principles that guide our decisions and actions that are consistent to Wake FC's mission.

  • Develop Player Skills in a Safe and Respectful Environment: Player development is our primary focus and is demonstrated by improving technical skills and instilling personal accountability.
  • Operate with Transparency and for the Good of Our Players: Wake FC will operate transparently to our Players, Parents, Coaches, Employees, and Sponsors.
  • Promote Character, Integrity & Accountability: Coaches and staff will encourage all players to demonstrate character, integrity, and accountability by having a zero tolerance policy regarding unethical or demeaning behavior on and off the field.

Our Commitment

Recognizing the responsibilities that are entrusted to Wake FC by our Players, Parents, Coaches, and Sponsors, we are committed to the following actions:

  • All Decisions will be based upon player development over club advancement and will be efficiently communicated in a timely and professional manner with dignity and honesty.
  • Coaches, Managers, and Staff will be empowered and expected to provide a rewarding experience to our Players, Parents, and Sponsors.
  • Managerial and administrative decisions will be based upon player advancement and safety considerations over club advancement factors.
  • Wake FC will encourage Players, Parents, Coaches, and Sponsors to articulate their concerns, questions, and comments through open communications and quarterly advisory meetings.
  • Automated systems will be used to minimize administrative efforts, promote communications, and improve the experience of our Players and Parents.
  • Wake FC will operate with the recognition and appreciation of our environmental, fiscal, and social responsibilities.

Our Code of Conduct

As part of our overall mission, Wake FC is committed to promoting character, integrity and accountability in our Players on and off the field. In an effort to develop player's responsibility, we have guidelines that we expect our Players to follow. Additionally, the actions of our Coaches, Parents and Staff reflect on our Players; therefore, they are assigned even higher expectations. The guidelines below will create a safe, friendly, and respectful environment for our Players to grow and develop individually and as a team.

  • Team Commitment: Players and Coaches are expected to arrive on time to all Wake FC events, including practices and games. For the respect of the Coach, any known upcoming absences or tardiness should be brought to the attention of the Coach ahead of time by the Player. During the season, Players should consider the effects of multiple commitments and any "risky" activities for the Team. As part of a Team, you are counted on to participate at all practices and games. Reccurring absences or the inability to participate due to injuries outside of soccer affect the entire Team. Players are expected to be responsible for their actions and the possible impact on the Team.
  • Respect: All Players, Coaches, Parents, and Staff should demonstrate respect for everyone on the Team, the Opposing Team, Referees, and Spectators. Sideline behavior by all Wake FC spectators is expected to be respectful of all the Players, other parents, and the referees before, during, and after the game. Profanity and confrontation will not be tolerated during Wake FC events. Parents are also asked to respect the Coaches by allowing them to do the coaching, while parents do the encouraging.
  • Safety: Coaches will have responsibility to make sure all practices and games are conducted safely, including evaluating dangerous field or weather conditions and overly aggressive play. Wake FC Players will be held to a level of fair play. Soccer is a contact sport; however, there will be zero tolerance for reckless play with the intent to purposefully harm another Player.
  • Privacy: We should all respect the privacy of our Players, Parents, and Coaches. Personal and Club information should be treated with confidentiality and should not be used or forwarded for any other purpose.

It is our hope that these guidelines go without saying, but situations do occur. Any unreasonable behavior will be investigated and dealt with on a case-by-case basis by our Executive Director. To report any behavior that is not a positive reflection of our Players and Club, please contact our Executive Director.