FC Denver Semi-Pro Indoor Soccer 2013-14 Season Schedule & Details


Welcome to our 2nd season of regional PASL-Premier Indoor Soccer. Our first season was MASSIVE and we are dedicated to making this season even bigger. We’ve got another top-level team who is ready to fight for each other. We’ve got a coaching staff who is experienced and ready to guide the team. And we got leadership and volunteers who are ready to promote our Denver Semi-Pro Indoor Soccer Team to the max.

Expect fast-paced and engaging indoor soccer against top regional competition.

We have four home games this season and we want your support. Take a look at the schedule, make plans to attend games, and invite others. We will provide top-quality play in a fun environment to enjoy the game.
Westminster Indoor Sports Center
6051 West 95th Avenue  Westminster, CO 80031
FREE Parking
Doors Open 45 minutes before gametime. Tickets are $6 at the door. FREE admission for 5 and under.

Game 1: Friday December 13th at 8:45pm vs Skyline Eagles
Game 2: Sunday January 19th at 4:30pm vs Colorado Blizzard  (Defending RMD Champs)
Game 3: Friday January 31st at 8:45pm vs Oscar Blues FC (Rival Game)
Game 4: Sunday February 16th at 4:30pm vs RM Bighorns

We have plenty of exciting things in the works like organizing buses to pick fans up from downtown soccer bars and transport to games. Be on the lookout for all the upcoming information.



2012-13 FC DEnver PASL-Premier Indoor Team

Written by Brandon Best – Pictures By Destiny Fernandez

Had you come to the FC Denver indoor tryouts back in November, you would have seen a group of quality soccer players, but you also would have been hard pressed to say on record that you thought that same group could possibly win the PASL Rocky Mountain division this year.  Sure the players had decent touch and were coming off successful outdoor fall campaigns in Denver and Boulder, but it was anyone’s guess how that would translate into the fast paced action of indoor soccer.  Playing 6 on 6 in a confined space means that there is nowhere for a player to hide, which means everyone on the field has to be performing at their highest level or they will be exposed quickly.  This makes the tactics a team uses and the innate understanding that develops between players much more important than what you see in a full 11 v. 11 match.  A lesson that was driven home by two losses during the season to a more organized and longer tenured Colorado Springs Blizzard team.  Such growing pains are to be expected though in your inaugural season.  So it was a little surprising on Saturday morning for FC Denver to find themselves at the top of the division standings.  Although the final outcome of the season is now out of their hands, the Green Army has a real shot at possibly winning the league in their first season.  If they had been able to keep the CSC Calvary winless, then FC Denver would have already wrapped up their championship.  How then, if you’ve lost to a team twice and lost to a previously winless team once, do you have a shot at winning your division?  You beat your in town rivals all three times that you play them of course.

Shane Wheeler on the attack

Last Friday night, the first day of a new month, and the last game of the season for the FC Denver Green Army.  At the same arena and against the same team that they began their season against, FC Denver would pack the house and try to go 3-0 against the Denver Dynamite for the year.  The sellout crowd would not have to wait long to celebrate as Ryan McAleer would get on the board quickly with a thundering run into the Dynamite box to slam home a cross.  Two more goals would quickly follow for FC Denver, who surely thought the route was on because in the second quarter they committed their 6th foul of the game and were reduced to four men for two minutes.  With about 20 seconds left in the two minutes, the Dynamite would put a howitzer past A.J. Fleisher who had his best game of the year.  The dynamite would quickly add another goal before FC Denver could calm down the game and make it to half time leading 3-2.

FC Denver PASL Indoor Coach Jason Lamere speaks to team

After regaining their wits and re-committing to short shifts, FC Denver came out after the break in a flash and put in three more goals in the third half of the game.  The Dynamite for their part were able to get one as well.  The last quarter of the game would see FC Denver replicate their effort from the first and third quarters, and put in three more goals to blow up the Dynamite with a final line of 9-3.  The victory put FC Denver at the top of the table after the CSC Cavalry were able to tie the CS Blizzard.  This means that despite beating them convincingly this season, FC Denver will be rooting for the Dynamite to continue their dominance over the Blizzard this Saturday night.  Perhaps the return of #23 Chris Handsor http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Rvbr2PDaRg, will be enough to rally the Dynamite and put FC Denver over the top.

FC Denver Wins and Finishes the season 5-3