Women's Soccer Club

Soccer Club (Women) is comprised of 20-25 highly skilled and dedicated Hokies who compete in intercollegiate tournaments throughout the mid-atlantic. The club also hosts the annual Hokie Classic Soccer Tournament every fall.

Women's Soccer Club

Established almost 40 years ago, Virginia Tech Women’s Club Soccer is comprised of 20-25 highly skilled and dedicated Hokies who continue to develop a deep passion for the game of soccer. The club consistently ranks in the Top 25 of the national collegiate club rankings, and competes in tournaments throughout the mid-atlantic states in addition to the annual national college club soccer championship tournament.

Gifts made to Virginia Tech Women’s Club Soccer will help continue the club’s tradition of excellence and help to purchase new equipment and cover travel costs and tournament entry fees, which can exceed $2,500.00/tournament. It also allows the club, along with the Men’s Club Soccer Team, to host the Hokie Invitational Club Soccer Tournament each fall, bringing 16-20 collegiate club teams to Blacksburg every year.

In addition to making a financial donation directly to VT Women's Club Soccer, another significant way to support the club is to donate to the Sport Club Fields Turf Conversion Project.  The goal of this vital Recreational Sports initiative is to convert two of the four sport club bermuda grass fields to a multi-sport, multi-purpose artificial turf facility that can accommodate the Baseball, Field Hockey, Lacrosse, Rugby, Soccer, Cricket and Softball clubs.  The turf conversion will enable all outdoor clubs to practice and host games and tournaments even in wet weather, a frequent occurrence in Blacksburg.  Our team and Recreational Sports value this project and are working to make it a reality, and gifts from generous Hokies like you will help make this happen.  If you would like to donate to the Turf Conversion Project, please donate to the "Sport Club Initiatives" account that has been established for this purpose.

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