Beach to Bay Carpet Care
Church By The Sea, Madeira Beach
The Carr Team
Vernon Photography
Rita's Ice
Brighthouse Networks
Pro Marine
Mahoney Dermatology
Scarr Insurance Group
The Sports Bar & Grill
The Vorac Group-R/E Adamo
Treasure Island Fun Center
Seminole Recreation Center
Bicycle Outfitters
Boulevard Dental-Dr. Wujick
Florida's Best Accomendations
Friend's Plumbing
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El Cheapo Tree Service
Florida Central Credit Union
Park Place Auto Detail
Time Out Grille and Bar

Seminole FC/Club-Competitive Soccer Try-outs

Seminole FC is holding tryouts for club-competitive soccer teams in several age groups:

Returning Ages for 2015-2016:

  • Boys - Under 12, Under 15 & Under 16
  • Girls - Under 10, Under 13 & Under 14 

Ages forming based on player interest for 2015-2016:

  • Boys - Under 8 Pre-Academy, Under 9, Under 10 & Under 13
  • Girls - Under 8 Pre-Academy & Under 9


Tuesday, May 26, 6:30 pm to 8 pm
Thursday, May 28, 6:30 pm to 8 pm @ Seminole Middle School
Saturday, May 30, 9 am to 10:30 am
Wednesday, May 27, 6:30 pm to 8 pm
Friday, May 29, 6:30 pm to 8 pm
Saturday, May 30, 10:30 am to 12 pm


Seminole Recreation Center south field, except for Thursday session for Boys which will be at Seminole Middle School

Click on the Seminole FC/Club-Competitive link under "Site Contents" to learn more!
For current age group info, contact Ron Hood, Director of Coaching, at, 727-421-0452 (text, voice) OR, 727-342-0762 (t, v).
2015-2016 Board Members

Board elections were held Wednesday, April 1st

Check out the Board of Directors link to see your 2015-2016 Board!



2015-2016 Fall Recreational Soccer Registration

Registration begins in early August! 

We will publicize the dates soon!

The 10 Nutrition Rules to Live By
Holistic approach to player development is providing nutrition education

The 10 Nutrition Rules To Live By

1. COME BACK TO EARTH: Choose the least processed forms of food such as fruits, veggies, whole grains and high fiber carbohydrates.

2. EAT A RAINBOW OFTEN: Eat fruits or vegetables with each meal. Choose a wide variety of colors for the biggest benefit.

3. THE LESS LEGS THE BETTER: Include a LEAN protein source with each meal.

4. EAT HEALTHY FATS: Include healthy fats in your diet like olive oil, nuts, natural nut butters, seeds, avocado, fish, flaxseed and flaxseed oil.

5. EAT BREAKFAST EVERY DAY: When you eat within 30 minutes of waking up, you jump start your metabolism. This gives you more energy to get your day going.

6. THREE FOR THREE: Eat smaller portions more often, spread evenly across the day. No excuses – you should be eating 4-6 meals/day! Aim for all three macronutrients (carbs, protein, and fat) every three hours for optimal fueling.

7. STAY HYDRATED: Dehydration = Decreased Performance. Drink at least three liters of non-caloric beverages (water/green tea) every day.

8. DON’T WASTE YOUR WORKOUT: Have a post-workout recovery meal or shake that combines both carbs and protein immediately after your training.

9. SUPPLEMENT WISELY: Fuel first and supplement second. If you are not getting what you need through food, add a multivitamin supplement into your daily routine. Create a smart supplementation program that improves your performance without compromising your health or draining your wallet. Before you take any type of supplement, make sure to check in with your doctor or registered dietitian.

10. SLEEP: Aim for eight hours of sleep. If you can’t get eight hours daily, consider power naps when you can. The body recovers and repairs best when it is sleeping.

And to finish off …

The 80/20 Rule: Each meal and snack is an opportunity to fuel your body optimally. Choose the foods that are best for you 80% of the time and incorporate some of those foods that may not be the best, but are your favorites, 20% of the time!


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