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FC Stars MetroWest was launched in 2017 and is based out of Framingham and the surrounding towns.  

FC Stars was established with the goal of providing serious soccer players with the environment needed to maximize their potential. This is primarily done through consistent professional training and competitive matches. 

The mission of FC Stars is quite simply to provide the optimal training and competition to best prepare our young athletes to play at the High School, Collegiate, Regional and National representative levels.

FC Stars MetroWest is a full service branch of the FC Stars soccer club for premier female and male youth soccer players of all ages (U8 – U18). Stars MetroWest has coed programs/teams for 3-7 year olds, as well as gender specific premier teams for U8-U18 athletes.

FC Stars has amassed a reputation for developing some of the highest-level soccer teams in the country.  FC Stars MetroWest teams will be participating in some of the highest levels of competition available to youth soccer players.  This is done through competitive league play, regionally and national recognized tournaments, and most importantly a competitive training environment.

FC Stars MetroWest is proud to have over forty alums playing for FC Stars in the Elite Clubs National League (ECNL) and National Premier League (NPL). The MetroWest region has developed five US Youth Futsal National Team Players, one US Club ID2 participant, twenty US Soccer National Training Center participants, and over thirty players who have become State Cup Champions and National Finalists.  In addition to successfully developing numerous players for this level of play, our Regional Manager Shawn McDonough is also a Girls ECNL Staff member.  

In the spirit of providing a comprehensive home for premier soccer players in the MetroWest region, Stars MetroWest offers several training programs year round for both current FC Stars players and for aspiring participants. These clinics include goalkeeper training, strength and conditioning training, field player technical training, Academy training (for U5-U9s), and other periodically run programs. For a list of these programs and the dates in which they run please visit the “MetroWest Programs” section of the website.