Our mission is to help young soccer players develop into skillful athletes, good teammates and quality human beings.
The organization provides rigorous training, expert coaching and the infrastructure and resources to accomplish these goals. Our professional coaches believe players should play in a competitive environment that produces a brand of football not based around wins and losses but based on style of play and individual development. Every player receives the training they need to excel in the game of soccer and valuable lessons which are applicable to all areas of life. NOSFC takes pride in our local product and nurtures our athletes every step of the way!
Spartans 06B Grey Finishes Undefeated through Fall and Spring LCSL League Play – Will Compete in C1 at LA State Cup Tournament in April
Our 06B Grey team have finished with an impressive 13-0-1 record since the Fall to finish on top in Divison 3 and Division 2 in the Spring. They are finally able to compete in the top Division and will play for the State Cup in April!!
Congrats to our 03B team for finishing undefeated (6-0-1) and in first place in Spring LCSL Division 2!
Congrats to our 2002 Boys and 2008 Boys for finishing in 1st place in the 2018 Strawberry Cup!
Congrats to our Spartans 06B Grey team for finiishing as the runner-up in the Addidas Norcross Cup top division back in January. Over twenty-five 06B teams competed in this tournament!
The Spartans had six teams competing in the STYSA Fall Classic tournament over the August 27-28 weekend. Although we thought we were in for some bad weather due to Hurricane Harvey, we were able to complete all games and finished with one Division champion and a Division Finalist!
The New Orleans Spartans FC had another successful weekend away in Mississippi. The five teams traveled to Gulfport to play against some good competition in the 2017 Gulf Coast Cup & Showcase and they weren’t disappointed.
Trent Stockton shows that he knows how to be a good soccer parent and spectator! Please Remember These are kids playing a game. They play to have fun. Coaches and Referees are human. Attitudes are contagious. Negative behavior ruins the game. Adults must be role...
The New Orleans Spartans Football Club was established in 2013 under the leadership of Fabrice Pastor with a mission to help young soccer players develop into skillful athletes, good teammates and quality human beings. The organization provides rigorous training, expert coaching and the infrastructure and resources to accomplish these goals.
Fields of Play
City Park Festival Grounds
Tad Gormley Stadium
George W. Carver Playground
Air It Up
New Orleans (504) 915-9747
Gretna (504) 915-9747