2018 Spring Classic Registration

Welcome to ARFC!
Welcome to Arkansas Revolution F.C. Be sure to like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter for up-to-date information!
Whether you call it soccer or futbol, we love the game!

We think you and your child will, too! Established in 2015, Arkansas Revolution F.C. is a complete soccer club for boys and girls 18 years and younger. Whether you want to introduce your pee-wee to his or her first sport, or help your established athlete get a college scholarship, we're here to help you succeed! Our facility includes outdoor fields, training equipment, and more than a dozen established coaches.

Elan Amienyi is the son of Osa' and Sanoya Amienyi. (Source: Dr. Osabuohien P. Amienyi)
Star Academy

The City of Jonesboro is proud to bring back the Star Academy! AR Revolution FC, in conjunction with City Stars is hosting this program led by expert coaches. Star Accademy is for those players who want more than what the recreational program has to offer.

The Star Academy is a great opportunity that is open to City Stars participant's boys and girls in the U8 division (born 2009/2010).

Read More
Elan Amienyi is the son of Osa' and Sanoya Amienyi. (Source: Dr. Osabuohien P. Amienyi)
Elan Amienyi
to Compete Internationally

At just 10 years old, Elan Amienyi’s love of soccer is taking him far beyond his Arkansas home.

Amienyi will represent the USA Under-12 team at the 6th International FBCESCOLA Soccer tournament in Spain on April 6 – 14, 2017. Players from all over the world will meet and compete against other youth global FBC Academy and Escola teams in Barcelona.

Elan was selected to compete based on the high ratings he received for his skill level and sportsmanship at FCBESCOLA summer camp in Olathe, Kansas last year. Only 48 players made the final cut. “It’s a great honor to be invited and a great stepping stone for me,” Elan said. “I hope to represent the US well and bring recognition to myself, my family and Jonesboro.”

Read More
Sports Nutrition
How many times has this happened to you? Practice is at 6pm, your son or daughter has just completed their homework, you’re driving them to practice, and they haven’t eaten anything yet. Probably more often than we would like, right? As a coach, there’s nothing quite like the site of an athlete wolfing down the remains of a Big Mac as practice is about to begin. Armed with a little bit of nutritional knowledge and planning, you can actually use nutrition to help your son or daughter practice and compete with more energy and effort.

Carbohydrates are the foods that fuel muscles. This is the food group that is utilized when the large muscles of the body are involved in physical activity. Proteins and fats are essential to the physical development of our young athletes, but provide no direct energy for exercise or athletics. Carbohydrates are stored in muscles in the form of glycogen, which can remain in the muscles for 12-24 hours.

Read More