Founded in 2010 with one team and a simple philosophy, our club has quickly grown into a fantastic program with 30+ teams. Our mission is to IMPACT the lives of young girls in a positive atmosphere through the sport of soccer, on and off the field. We believe in not only developing great soccer players, but developing friendships and self-confidence. We believe in providing a quality and fun training environment for our players so they would continue to enjoy the sport of soccer throughout their lifetime and making some great memories.
Below are some key elements of Impact’s philosophy that separate us from other clubs:
- We have licensed coaches/trainers to develop the players technical and tactical skills.
- Our coaches are our trainers and are present at practices and games.
We believe that once a team is established, those core players stay together to form unity and friendships that will last a lifetime.
- We encourage our players to be well-rounded individuals through the participation of other sports and activities.
- Having FUN is an important part of Impact Players and their families).
- We also believe in giving back to the community by partnering with local churches and other organizations.
Impact Juniors is a developmental program open to girls ages U6-U8 who are interested in securing foundational soccer skills necessary for the next level. Cultivating good ball skills and a lifelong passion for the game is the focus.
Impact GFC (U9-U14)
Our mission is to IMPACT the lives of young girls in a positive atmosphere through the sport of soccer, on and off the field. We believe in not only developing great soccer players, but developing friendships and self-confidence. We believe in providing a quality and fun training environment for our players so they would continue to enjoy the sport of soccer throughout their lifetime and making some great memories.
Sporting Queen City (SQC) is an all girls soccer club (U15 to U18) located in Cincinnati, Ohio. It is founded on the principle of providing players an opportunity to further their soccer careers by promoting their skill, talent, leadership and work ethics to the next level. It will serve as an opportunity to those that want to play at the high school level and for those that are also interested in examining the possibility of playing in college and/or professionally.
Impact GFC will be having supplemental tryouts October 25, October 30 and November 2. Exact times will be displayed once you register your daughter. We have roster spots available in all age groups (2018-2009). If you have a daughter that is interested in attending supplementals, please fill out the necessary information using the Tryout Registration Button. You will receive an email with more information. Please email Jami – email@example.com with questions.
Frequently Asked Questions
Club soccer requires commitment from both players and parents. When your child accepts a spot on their team, they are required to commit to play in the Fall and Spring seasons.
Yes, we encourage our players to be involved in other sports and activities. While it may take away from potential soccer training time, our philosophy is that it will help them learn other skills, develop additional muscle groups and reduce stress from repetitive motion, and will keep their interest in soccer longer. All we ask is that you don’t take advantage of this freedom/flexibility and make sure you treat both sports/activities as equals. Top tier teams may require a more commitment once the team reaches the U11/U12 level.
Player fees typically range between $600 – $850, which covers the fall season, winter training, and spring season. There is a one time non-refundable club fee of $200 that is required at the time of acceptance. Payment plans are available. Some of our top level older teams may pay more in team fees as they will be playing in multiple leagues and usually more tournaments. The player fee includes league, player, tournament, referee and misc. fees. Uniform costs are separate and are approximately $175. Uniforms typically are purchased every two years.
These teams are our academy development teams and play in the Development League. Players are rostered on one team (per age group) that train and play together. We feel that every child develops at different times and this gives the coaches time to evaluate each player before placing them on a more competitive team. Player fees are $200 and include both Fall and Spring season and two uniform shirts.
These teams are our academy development teams and play in the Development League. Players are rostered on one team (per age group) that train and play together. We feel that every child develops at different times and this gives the coaches time to evaluate each player before placing them on a more competitive team. Player fees are $100 for the Spring season and include two uniform shirts.
These teams are divided by skill and competitiveness. Our older teams will compete in several leagues around the Cincinnati area.
Supplemental Tryouts for the Spring 2024 season will be October 25 – November 2, 2023. We do follow the guidelines of Ohio Youth Soccer Association. Please email our director of coaching if you would to set up a player evaluation prior to tryouts; firstname.lastname@example.org. Or feel free to call with questions – 513-312-0547 / Jami Eversole
Most of the teams will have 1 1/2 hour training sessions twice a week. Optional skills training is offered once a week for every team throughout the year, including winter (indoors, of course). Practices are held within the Loveland/Miami Township/Symmes Township area.
The soccer season runs from August to late May, with winter activities as optional (but recommended for our top level teams).
Most league games are played on Saturdays or Sundays, with the exception of a few weeknight games during the season. Games are played throughout the Greater Cincinnati area. Our older, more competitive teams, will have a few games in the Columbus and Dayton area. Teams will typically play in 12-18 games a seasons (which includes tournaments).
Teams will typically play in at least two tournaments per season. We encourage our older teams to participate in some out of town tournaments for team bonding and to make memories for the players.
Impact GFC’s training staff is special in so many ways. Not only are they great people in our community and passionate about soccer, but most importantly they are teaching your girls at no charge! We want our training staff to be here because they love the game, our community, and our girls. We believe that our trainers help IMPACT our girls to become strong players and confident people.
At the same time we want to make sure these girls do get quality soccer training. Listed below are some of our coaching bios:
Jami Eversole (Director of Coaching)
Jami was a four year varsity player for the University of Cincinnati. Before playing for the Bearcats, she played at Milford High School where she led the Eagles to league champs all three years. Jami earned 1st and 2nd GMC team during her high school career. She started training teams after college and went on to coach Milford High school before starting a family. She has trained various club teams of all ages for the past 25 years. Jami has earned her “D” coaching license.
Julie played 4 years at Varsity level for Saint Ursula Academy. During her time there she made 1st team GGCL, 1st team all City, and 2nd team all state. Julie went on to play at Ohio University. After graduating college , she coached the U8-U9 girls at Cincinnati United and coached at St. Ursula Academy as well. She has her 7v7 and 9v9 Licenses through US soccer as has been coaching with Impact GFC for the past five years.
Emily's soccer accomplishments are vast. While playing at Sycamore High School, she was a 4-year varsity starter, MVP, All-League, All-City, All-State. Emily continued her playing at The Ohio State University as a 4-year varsity starter, best Offense, MVP, top 5 for assists all-time (at least last time I checked). Emily coached for Sycamore High School from 2003-2007 - Freshman team, then JV team, then Assistant Varsity: League champs 3 years in a row; State Semi-Finalists 2006; Nationally ranked for 2007.
Kyle's playing career includes the University of Cincinnati (when they had a men's program), Pacesetter '75, Ohio North ODP State and Regional teams, as well as Perrysburg High School. Kyle has coached/trained for many of the Impact GFC and SQC teams over the years.
Lindsey played competitively since she was a young girl. During her early playing years with her Kolping Club she competed at the highest levels and along with her teammates, was able to earn multiple State Cups and a Regional Title. She went on to be a four-year starter at Roger Bacon High School and was inducted into their Athletic Hall of Fame. She continued her soccer career playing for four years at Ohio University and earned her spot on the school’s All-Decade Team. Lindsey has coaching experience as well. She spent five years coaching Junior Varsity soccer at McCauley and Sycamore HS and has trained multiple youth teams. Lindsey has earned her “D” coaching license.
Ollie comes to Impact from Yorkshire, U.K. He has coached several levels of Impact and currently is coaching for Sporting Queen City as well. Ollie has earned his “D” coaching license.
Alec Kann (Goalie Trainer)
Alec serves as Impact's official goalie trainer. As a member of FC Cincinnati, we are truly blessed to have Alec on our staff. A four-year standout at Furman University, Kann compiled a 37-16-10 record with 18 shutouts and a 1.00 goals-against-average in 65 starts during his collegiate career … He earned National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) All-South Region honors, All-Southern Conference honors and NSCAA Scholar All-America accolades in 2011 after guiding the Paladins to a 14-4-4 record and NCAA Tournament berth. Alec signed with FC Cincinnati on December 16, 2022 to a contract through the 2023 season, with a club option for 2024. The native of Decatur, Georgia spent the past five seasons with Atlanta United FC, where he had played since the team’s inaugural season in 2017.