The NRFA Community

2022 NRFA Angel Tree

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Neuse River is supporting this year's Riverwood Elementary School Angel Tree Program by creating our own NRFA Angel Tree Family. We invite our families to choose one or more items to purchase. Gifts can be dropped at the school between now and Wednesday, December 7.
 
Please include this completed tag on each gift. ANGEL TREE TAG
 
Sign Up Here to Select an Angel Tree to Support this Christmas

2022 NRFA Kick or Treat

In October 2022, NRFA partnered with the Town of Knightdale and the Clayton General Store for its October 28 NRFA's Annual Kick (Trunk) or Treat event this year. Vendors from across the area joined us, as well as our soccer teams to decorate really cool trunks and hand out LOTS of candy.

NRFA goes PINK

Each October, the Neuse River Futbol Alliance invites you to join our club as we #GOPINK for the month.

NRFA has joined with the Johnston Health (UNC) Angel Fund. The Angel Fund provides assistance through treatments, medications, transportation, wigs, and prosthesis to those being treated by Johnston Health. You can support current and future survivors directly to the Angel Fund (here)

The Alliance Awareness store has items for sideline and match play. We are encouraging our players to #GOPINK on the field before and during the games. The awareness socks can be worn in lieu of the red and blue uniform socks, #KickCancer shirts can be worn for warm-ups prior to games. We also invite our parents, friends, and families to show their support on the sideline and around our community, #KickCancer shirts are available to everyone. The store is open until September 22nd, so shop now and be ready for Awareness Month. Our club goal is to raise $2500 through our store, with proceeds from the Alliance Awareness store being donated to the Johnston Health Angel Fund.

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Since 1990, high school boys’ soccer in Johnston County has included a fall county-wide tournament. This tournament first began as the Smithfield Herald Cup and in more recent years, it was known the JUSA Cup. The Cup is now moving under the stewardship of Neuse River Futbol Alliance, with hopes of bringing in schools from all areas within our alliance, including Eastern Wake County, Wilson County, and Wayne County. The Neuse River Cup supports our “many communities, one alliance” mission and commitment as we strive to bring high-quality soccer and player development to all the communities we serve in the Neuse River area of North Carolina.

We’re grateful to our Neuse River Cup Sponsors: Presenting Sponsor Nationwideadditional sponsors Johnston HealthClarity VisionMooring DentalDick’s Sporting GoodsHigh Point Audiological, and Michael Barnes, Financial Advisor, Gaulden & Associates

 

We look forward to returning in 2022!

Neuse River Cup Girls

Since 2002, high school girls’ soccer in Johnston County has included a spring county-wide tournament. This tournament first began as the Four Oaks Bank Cup and in more recent years, it was known the UCB Cup. The Cup is now moving under the stewardship of Neuse River Futbol Alliance, with hopes of bringing in schools from all areas within our alliance, including Eastern Wake County, Wilson County, and Wayne County. The Neuse River Cup supports our “many communities, one alliance” mission and commitment as we strive to bring high-quality soccer and player development to all the communities we serve in the Neuse River area of North Carolina.

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NEUSE RIVER FUTBOL ALLIANCE

14009 Buffalo Rd., Suite 200
Clayton, North Carolina 27527
Phone : 919-351-0650
Email : admin@neuseriverfa.org