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OHIO GALAXIES FC

Club Overview

The Ohio Galaxies FC program is founded on the principle of providing players with an athletic educational environment which will promote the development of their soccer skills, foster leadership and sportsmanship while promoting progressively challenging competition. Our goal is to give each player the athletic and problem solving abilities that will benefit them throughout life.

Ohio Galaxies FC, Northern Warren County Alliance and the BSA Celtic Soccer Club of the Beavercreek Soccer Association work cooperatively in the implementation of a comprehensive player development based alliance for players in the u8 – u19 age groups. The NWC Alliance and BSA Celtic operate their own u8 - u14 youth programs but this alliance offers the opportunity for these youth clubs to develop their players collectively in the u15 and above age groups while taking advantage of the resources all three clubs have to offer.  By working together, the aim of the three programs is to offer players in the Celtic and NWC Alliance youth programs an opportunity to continue their high school soccer development with Ohio Galaxies FC. With integration of staff coaches and trainers across all three programs and a comprehensive curriculum designed for players in age groups from u8-u19, the players in the alliance network have a seamless transition from 6v6 to 8v8 to 11v11 to high school club soccer.

The Ohio Galaxies FC high school program serves the development of both boys and girls who are interested in playing competitive soccer at the high school level and are also interested in investigating the possibility of playing soccer in college or professionally. The club boasts an impressive record of individual and team accomplishments, from State Cup and Regional championships through 1st and 2nd place finishes at some of the country’s most prestigious youth tournaments.

Ohio Galaxies FC club teams train at the Athletes in Action facility in Xenia, Ohio. This state of the art training center gives our teams the opportunity to train on turf fields in a club atmosphere. With all the teams training at one site, the players and coaches have daily opportunities for intraclub scrimmages and training.

The Ohio Galaxies welcome Premier and Elite level players from across the Greater Dayton and Greater Cincinnati areas. Our players represent a geographically diverse cross-section of our community with players in our program living and going to school in the following communities: Alter, Athens, Beavercreek, Bellbrook, Bishop Fenwick, Carroll, Centerville, Chaminade Julienne, Clinton Massie, Dayton Christian, Eaton, Fairborn, Greeneview, Greenon, Kettering Fairmont, Kings, Lebanon, Loveland, Mason, Miami East, Miami Trace, Miamisburg, Middletown, Cincinnati Moeller, Northmont, Oakwood, Southeastern, Springboro, St. Marys, Stebbins, Tecumseh, Tippecanoe, Trotwood Madison, Troy Christian, Troy, Union Scioto, Unioto, Vandalia Butler, Waverly, Wayne, Waynesville, West Carrollton, Wilmington, Xenia, Xenia Christian, Yellow Springs and Zane Trace


When it comes to individual accomplishments, OGFC is one of the leading clubs in Ohio South in the number of players voted to All American (high school and collegiate), All State, All League and Region II ODP Team selections. Ohio Galaxies FC players have had the opportunity to continue their soccer careers as scholar athletes at such notable institutions as:

Bowling Green State University, Butler University, Capital University, Catholic University, Centre College, Campbell University, Denison University, East Carolina University, Eastern Kentucky University, James Madison University, Marshall University, Ohio State University, Ohio Wesleyan University, Penn State University, Tennessee Tech University, US Military Academy (West Point), US Air Force Academy, UNC Charlotte, University of Dayton, University of Kentucky, University of Maine, University of Maryland, University of Memphis, University of Michigan, University of Portland, University of South Florida, University of Toledo, Western Kentucky University, Wilmington University, Wright State University