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About Us

FCA is off to the races in Central Florida!

Each year in the US, over 5 million kids play sports for their middle school and high school teams. FCA has always been there to support those coaches and athletes, and will continue to serve them. But a growing number are playing sports in clubs, and at earlier ages.
Central Florida FCA Track Club is a ministry with a vision to reach kids outside the campus, and at earlier ages. It is also has a goal to ultimately involve the Four “C”’s of FCA’s ministry: Coaches, Campus, Camps and Community.

Club Details

The 2017 Season will begin on February 19th and run through April 29th. This season is for elementary and middle school athletes with all levels of experience and skill. We will focus on "Fun"damentals of track & field events (including speed, mechanics, technique) plus flexibility, core strength, nutrition and injury prevention. There will also be opportunities for everyone to compete in meets and other events. High school athletes are invited to volunteer as assistants while earning community service hours!

Clinics/practices are held on Sundays from 2:00-4:00PM. Other events/meets may be on other days. Click here for 2017 Schedule.

Our Mission

The Central Florida FCA Track Club is striving to make a positive impact in Central Florida by presenting to coaches and athletes, and all whom they influence, the challenge and adventure of receiving Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord, serving Him in their relationships and in the fellowship of the church.


Our objective is to build a Christ-centered athletic environment that:

  1. Exposes athletes to the sport of Track & Field, develops skill, while challenging everyone connected to pursue spiritual growth.
  2. Establish and sustain a platform to develop and demonstrate: Integrity, Serving, Teamwork and Excellence (FCA’s Core Values).
  3. Intentionally present the Gospel of Jesus Christ to athletes, coaches, parents, families, officials, leagues, events, and communities.