Purpose
“KICK CANCER SOCCER CAMP is a camp with a purpose and its mission is to bring together soccer communities to raise awareness and funds for cancer research”, said camp founder Glenn Davis. “What makes this camp so unique is that it engages all levels of soccer (youth, high school, college, professional, ex-professionals)come together to provide their time and expertise,” he said.
SCFC Remembers "Super" Joshua



Joshua Allan Cranfill is an inspiration to the community who sadly lost his battle on June 3, 2013.  Joshua had fought and beat cancer three different times in his young life.  Joshua was an avid sports fan, and loved to play with his SCFC team.

Joshua is an inspiration to everyone reminding them to live each day to the fullest. Even when he was in treatment, Joshua was known as the “rock star” and at the age of 2 could often be found throwing the football in the hallway with nurses and doctors. His parents agree that his upbeat attitude and pleasant disposition made it easier on everyone to get through even the toughest of days.


KICK CANCER CAMP WILL HELD AT CENTENNIAL PARK IN FRIENSWOOD. All proceeds from the camps go to Curing Children’s Cancer Fund, www.cccfund.org. For a minimal fee campers gets advice from professional players.  The camp is Dec 20, ages 5 & up ($55) and will be from 9:30am - 12:30pm.

REGISTER NOW for 2014 Kick Cancer Soccer Camps!