97 Player Olivia Holt Signs With United States Coast
Guard Academy 2/18/15
98 Player Emily Hubbuch Signs With Asbury University
98 Player Marissa Kelley Signs With University of Pikeville 1/25/15
Winter Camps In Progress 1/14/2015
Our Winter Skills camps are in session. The Footskills camp focuses on developing individual
skill and maximizing touches on the ball. It is led by our Director of Coaching Satko Lunja [UEFA "A"].
Our Conditioning camp prepares our players for the upcoming season by teaching them fitness techniques for indoor and outdoor
environments. If you are interested in joining DCR, contact us at email@example.com for availability and other information.
DCR 99 Black Earns Central Soccer Cup U16 Finalist Award 11/9/14
DCR 02 Wins Bluegrass Cup U13 Division 11/2/2014
DCR 02 Wins U13 Socctoberfest Division 10/13/2014
Satko Lunja named Director of Coaching 6/1/2014
Satko has been coaching soccer
for over 20 years. He coached in Bosnia and Germany prior to coming to the United States. In the USA, he coached
United FC, Thoroughbreds SC and Bluegrass SC. Satko was also a coach for ODP Kentucky. He is currently a Physical Education
teacher at Eastern High School, where he first coached the boys and later the girls soccer team. He has the UEFA "A"
license, also holds the Higher Sport Coach Diploma in Soccer and a Masters Degree in Education from Indiana University.
02 Ritter completes their spring season as U12 2014 Soccer Village Finalist
96 Player Danielle Bridge Signs With Spalding
96 Player Lindsey Dunn Signs With Georgetown College 3/24/2014
DCR 00 2013 U13 Kentucky President's Cup Finalist 6/6/2013
Congratulations to the DCR
00 team as they earned the Finalist trophy in the Presidents Cup. The girls played hard but eventually fell 0-1 in overtime
in the championship game. Great job to finish the season on a strong note.
DCR 98 Wins 2012 U14 Kentucky Presidents Cup
DCR 95 Wins 2011 U16 Kentucky Presidents Cup
DCR 95 Completes Their Club Career 2013-05-15
Five years ago, almost to the day, a group of players and parents from Jtown Youth Soccer faced
a choice. After years of playing together, they could either (a) tryout for different select clubs, ending their friendships
or (b) stay together and form their own select team. They didn’t know if they would be able to compete at a higher
level but they knew they had coaches who had knowledge and a passion for the game (thank you Ben and Stu!) and that they had
teammates they loved. That was the beginning of Derby City Rossoneri. The players from that first team would improve
dramatically over the next five years. In addition, they began a new club dedicated for girls – one that now has
10 teams and well over 130 players! On Tuesday, May 14, that first team played its last competitive game.
This is their photograph from that last game, including some of the original Jtown players: Aubrey, Alex, Sara, Bronte,
Hannah, Christina and Cayla, as well as the players who have become their friends: April, Lexi, Sarah D., and Hope.
This may have been their last match but this is a group that will always be remembered for their firsts!
|The 95 team, the first ever DCR team
DCR History And Mission
Derby City Rossoneri (DCR) is a relatively new select soccer club based in Louisville, KY exclusively committed to
the development of girls' soccer. Our goal is to develop a family friendly environment where our girls develop their
skills with experienced coaches and compete against other select teams, while encouraging the development of solid
relationships for the girls and not imposing undue strain on the families. Our teams currently compete in the Kentucky Select Soccer League (KSSL) and Buckeye
Premier League. We also participate in various tournaments each season.
In the Fall of 2007, our founder Dennis Murrell formed the first DCR team from a
hand picked group of recreational players. Since that time we have grown to several teams and have multiple division titles
in the KSSL and have won or placed in many tournaments. All of our coaches are licensed by the United States Soccer Federation
(USSF) and have both experience and a passion for the game. They volunteer their time to teach the girls the game of
soccer. Because of this we are able to keep the cost low in order to provide an enjoyable and learning soccer experience for
your daughter. We have grown from that first team, with 16 players, to now having 9 teams and over 120 players, with our girls
now playing high school soccer at some of the most competitive schools in the area. Take a few minutes to browse
the pages of the site and if you decide you would like to join us or just have questions, feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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