All for soccer. Soccer for all.

Success is not an accident. It is hard work, perserverance, learning, studying, sacrifice, and most of all, LOVE of what you’re doing.
— Pele

Portland Community Football Club (PCFC) offers high quality, affordable club soccer for low-income, immigrant and refugee youth between 3 & 18 years old in the Portland, OR Metro area. 

Each player has the chance to participate in four different seasons where they receive a uniform kit (jersey, shorts, and socks), have access to cleats and shin guards, if needed, and be under the coaching of our volunteers, all with (or on their way to earning) a National Coaching License. 

No one is turned away for lack of funds. Cost of play is $30 - $100 per season depending on the level of play. Families do not need to prove income to receive scholarships and we do everything we can to provide important information, forms, and communications in Spanish and English languages.

PCFC is committed to being a completely inclusive club. We are the first youth soccer club in Portland to have an open acceptance policy for LGBTQ  &  gender non-binary players, coaches, staff and families.  Our Founder and Director of Coaching, Kaig Lightner, is an open queer,  transgender man who strongly believes that sports provided him with the guidance and strength he needed as a youth.  He wants to make sure other youth who identify as LGBTQ find a home at PCFC.

Learn more about PCFC's story and mission.