Legozzie, Spindel accepted as 2017 FIFA Asst Referees
[December 17, 2016 - Harmon, Guam] Kyle Legozzie and Shawn Spindel may feature as assistant referees in FIFA international matches as early as January 2017 following their recent acceptance by football’s world governing body to officiate at the highest level of the sport.
Legozzie and Spindel were the first-ever nominations by Guam Football Association’s Referees Committee to FIFA and the pair recently received their official FIFA Assistant Referee 2017 badges.
FC Storm from Yokosuka return for friendly matches
[May 30, 2016 - Harmon, Guam] FC Storm from Yokosuka, Japan returned for a pair of friendly matches against girls teams from Guam Saturday and Sunday evening at the Guam Football Association National Training Center.
The team first visited Guam last year, winning its friendly match against the Mini Masakåda, the Guam U14 Girls national team that were training under coach Kyung Shipman for the AFC U14 Girls Regional Championship.
This year, the team played members of the Junior Masakåda training squad, as well as a mixed group of mostly high-school aged girls from teams in the Bud Light Women's Soccer League.
Wings FC win Pacific Summer Invitational tournament
[May 3, 2015 - Harmon, Guam] The Wings FC scored 31 goals and allowed just four over three official match days to claim the championship title of the 2015 Pacific Summer Invitational U15 Football Tournament at the Guam Football Association.
In Sunday’s championship match, the Wings blanked the visiting Claret School of Quezon City U15 Boys team 3-0 for the title. Inochi Recella was named the tournament’s MVP, recording a hat trick in the final match. Recella first finished a free kick from teammate Jordan Jasmin to notch the lone first-half goal in the contest. Next, Takumi Ito and Takumi Kishi both found Recella in two other opportunities for the final score.
Wings, Claret to play in Pacific Summer Invitational Final
[May 2, 2015 - Harmon, Guam] The Wings FC will play visiting Claret School of Quezon City from the Philippines for the championship title of the 2015 Pacific Summer Invitational U15 Football Tournament 12:30 p.m. Sunday at the Guam Football Association National Training Center.
After three matches in two days of pool play, the Wings FC finished ranked No. 1 with an undefeated record, outscoring their opponents 28-4, followed by No. 2 Claret. The Tigers (1-2) finished in the tournament’s third position and will play the No. 4 ASC Trust Islanders (0-3) at 12 noon Sunday for third place.
Claret (2-1) dropped its lone match of pool play on Day 1 against the Wings 5-2. Sena Morimoto, Jordan Jasmin, Takumi Ito and Inochi Recella scored in the win. The Wings’ other goal came on a Claret own goal. Anthony Uy and Elijah “E.J.” Orodio scored Claret’s goals.
2015 Pacific Summer Invitational Football action begins
[April 30, 2015 - Harmon, Guam] Visiting team Claret School of Quezon City U15 Boys leads tournament standings following Day 1 action of the 2015 Pacific Summer Invitational Football Tournament held at the Guam Football Association National Training Center.
After dropping its first match to the Wings FC 5-2, Claret stormed past the Tigers 8-0 to lead all tournament teams by goal differential. In the Wings FC-Claret match, Sena Morimoto, Jordan Jasmin, Takumi Ito, and Inochi Recella scored for the Wings FC. The winning team's other goal came on a Claret own goal. Anthony Uy and Elijah "EJ" Orodio scored for Claret.
Against the Tigers, Edmund Venus led Claret with a hat trick and teammates Austin Basconcillo and Michael Christian Trajano each scored twice. Anthony Uy scored Claret's other goal.