Tuition & Scholarships



Existing player’s scholarship applications need to be submitted prior to tryouts. $100 of the $250 (U7-U8) and $100 of the $300 (U9-U19) non-refundable deposit is required. The remaining deposit amount will be rolled into monthly tuition payments. The maximum scholarship possible to receive is 50% of tuition after the deposit.

To pay the $100 deposit please email inquiring for the link. Once paid online you will need to await further instructions once a decision has been made.

All completed scholarship applications and supporting documentation must be submitted digitally to,, and


The Scholarship Program was developed to help parents in financial need offset the cost of their child’s club assessment fee.

To qualify for an FC Pride scholarship, you must first meet the Federal Free or Reduced Lunch income requirements or have other extenuating circumstances that make it impossible to pay the full travel registration fees.

By applying for the scholarship program, each player can be granted up to half of their club assessment fee to be worked off in the form of 16 volunteer hours worked throughout the course of the season (ie. Tournament support, concession sales, club fundraising events).

All U7-U8 scholarship families must pay $100 of the non-refundable deposit ($250 total) at tryouts.

All U9-U19 scholarship families must pay $100 of the non-refundable deposit ($300 total) at tryouts.

The remaining tuition amount must be secured by a credit card and will be charged monthly in accordance to FC Pride’s payment plans.
*Financial assistance is on a per seasonal year basis and does not include any uniform, travel, camp or clinic costs.

- If you are awarded financial assistance, you will be notified by a member of the FC Pride scholarship committee

- Approval of financial assistance are determined by the FC Pride Board of Directors and Scholarship Committee in its discretion based upon the resources available

- All requests will remain strictly confidential.

- Failure to submit the required information will result in a denial of request.