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U-17 Boys Potomac Soccer's "POTOMAC 94"
Team Contact Information
Dave Butler - Head Coach
(410) 960-4794 cell; dbutler@stoehrco.com

Potomac 94 Try-Outs


Try out for Spring 2011 Team

Sunday, November 21st

12:00 pm to 1:30 pm

Bretton Woods #2

Please contact Coach Butler at  410-960-4794  or dbutler@stoehrco.com

Potomac 94

As part of an effort to highlight our orientation emphasizing the team’s partnership with the Potomac Soccer Association and its Academy teams, we reformed the Potomac Sting as "Potomac 94," composed of former Sting players plus Potomac Academy prospects. Our primary goal is to support the Potomac Academy program to the greatest extent possible by developing talented, highly motivated and committed Academy prospects while preserving and extending the team’s own winning tradition.

Potomac 94 U-17 Spring Season Plan

The team will participate in the National Capital Soccer League and in the Maryland State Cup tournament.  In addition, Potomac 94 will participate in the Alliance Cup and Baltimore Bays March Mania tournaments as well as the Potomac Memorial Day tournament.

Please see links at the side of this page for current information.

Potomac 94 - Spring 2010
Last Respects to Alan Kelly

It saddens all of us to pay our last respects to Alan Kelly, an internationally renowned keeper who has helped us as an assistant coach the past two seasons.  Alan lost his battle with cancer earlier this year.  Even those who thought they knew him well are still staggered by his accomplishments in the sport.  A brief summary of his career follows below:

Born in Dublin, Alan won an FAI Cup winners medal in 1957 with Drumcondra.  From there, he moved to England to become the goalkeeper for Preston North End, where he played from 1961 until 1973, when a shoulder injury ended his playing career.  He was Preston’s Player of the Year in 1967-68, and won a Third Division championship medal in 1970-71.  He still holds the club record of 513 appearances over a 14 year period.  When the Preston North End stadium, known as Deepdale, was reconstructed in 2001, three of the stadium’s four sections were named after famous Preston players; one of the three named sections is the "Alan Kelly Town End."  He also played for Ireland, winning the first of his 47 caps in a 1958 World Cup qualifier against England.  In 1980 he managed the Irish national team, and from 1983 to 1985 returned to Preston as its manager.  After moving to the US, Alan was the goalkeeper coach for DC United for five seasons from 1996 until his retirement 2001.  At a friendly match in Ireland on February 6, 2008 between the Irish and Brazilian national teams, Alan was recognized in a halftime ceremony as a "Legend" of the game.