The UNC Men’s Club Soccer team is a student-run organization that provides the highest level of non-varsity soccer at UNC. The team is extremely competitive, and competes against the best university club teams from across the nation as well as local division two and three varsity teams. Our ultimate goal is to win the NIRSA National Campus Championship Series (NCCS) National Soccer Championship, the highest honor for a college club soccer team in the nation.
What to expect: In the fall, prospective members can look forward to competing against club teams from universities in North Carolina and neighboring states. We typically practice three times a week, and travel within North Carolina for weekend games. Our club will regularly compete in one to two tournaments outside of North Carolina, in addition to the Southeast Regional and NIRSA National tournaments at the end of the season. During the spring, we regularly compete against other university club teams as well as local division two and three teams, but our main emphasis is the fall season. Our team is partially funded by the UNC Sport Clubs Program, but primarily through membership dues. We are also responsible for raising any extra money needed to help fund trip and entry expenses for the national tournament. In addition, the UNC Men’s Soccer Club is a service organization, and engages in various service projects throughout the year. We represent both the University and the Sports Club Program, and members are expected to fulfill service hours to help maintain this important aspect of being a member of our team.
How to Join: Tryouts (exact date TBD)
Dues: $300 peryear
Competitive Season: Fall/Spring
Competition Level: National
National Governing Body: National Intramural Recreational Sports Association
- Qualified for Regionals
- Qualified for Nationals
- Co-Division Champions