Greensboro International FC joins the FFL!


We are proud to announce Greensboro International FC as a member of the inaugural season of the First Flight League! Greensboro International FC are based in Greensboro, North Carolina. You can connect with Greensboro International FC on Facebook, and Instagram.


Greensboro International FC are the ninth officially announced team for the 2021 First Flight League season. They join previously announced clubs: Lazers SC, FC United, Atletico Olanchano FC, Goldsboro Strike Eagles FC, Bragg FC, Union FC, Atletico Fayetteville SC, and Wilson Wolves. More Clubs will be officially announced in the coming days and weeks.


About Greensboro International FC


Greensboro International Football Club is a community soccer program dedicated to providing a positive soccer environment to youth and adult development programs in the Piedmont area and surrounding communities. Bringing communities together through the passion of the game while bridging the gap of unrecognized talent is the Greensboro way. GIFC focus on player development for the next level of the game. The team is led by Head Coach Steven Tamba and Assistant Coach Sven Kulovic

"Player development is one of our top priorities, we want to be that bridge that prepares players for the next level of the game and in order to do so there is a need for a league that displays a high level of competition and professionalism. FFL is good for the North Carolina adult development league, it's great for the state, it's great for football in our community. We look forward to the challenges and the competition." - Coach Steven.


About First Flight League


The FFL will launch their inaugural season in Spring 2021 and includes teams across the state of North Carolina. FFL is a non-profit competitive adult developmental league with a focus on providing a club-first support network. Each club is individually owned and operated and is required to meet and maintain minimum standards.


FFL clubs are all eligible to participate in the U.S. Open Cup Qualifying Rounds and the Carolinas Cup through the leagues affiliation with the North Carolina Adult Soccer Association (NCASA) and U.S. Soccer Federation (USSF).


More information about the FFL can be found at www.firstflightleague.org or by following the league on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

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