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The purpose of WCFCSCP Soccer shall be to foster the growth and development of selected Soccer Players throughout Northern Jersey and the surrounding areas. We aim to improve the quality of competition, coaching education, player development , and the overall enjoyment of the game.
Current locations in Sussex/Morris/Warren

SPORTING CLUB PREMIER FC AND WORLD CLASS FC
Sporting Club Premier (“SCP”) and World Class FC (“WCFC”) are pleased to announce a strategic partnership between the two clubs. SCP will now be operating as World Class FC/SCP.  Since our partnership started two years ago, SCP and World Class have been working together to development players in Northern NJ and this new phase of the partnership will add further value to both programs.  

“This is exciting news” said Jeff Eisele (SCP Director of Coaching), “We are providing players a development pathway to the highest levels in Morris\Sussex and Warren counties”. “We are looking to build high level teams to compete for NJ State Cup and NJYS Championships, while providing all players the best training in our area”

World Class has a very successful track record in developing players through their player development model which starts at the recreational program level and carries players up through various travel teams which compete in regional and national leagues on the boys and girls side: EDP, National Premier League (NPL) and Elite Clubs National League (ECNL).  

World Class has a strong reputation in the soccer community and every player in our program has the opportunity to grow their game while competing at the appropriate level. There are endless opportunities in our program through the World Class FC pathways.

Players in the World Class FC / SCP program will have an opportunity to play with other World Class teams at their existing NY or NJ (Bergen) programs, while being able to train locally at Pope John Regional HS or Sparta Evangelical Church.


“Our goal has always been to provide a local option to develop players and move them to a higher level that fits that player. We plan to always continue to be about the player and not the business”, said Jason Crisafulli (Boys Director)