CBFC was developed during the spring of 2005 and participates in the Nebraska Soccer League. Our developmental teams participate in the Eastern Nebraska Soccer Association League.
Council Bluffs Futbol Club is committed to the development of dedicated soccer players as athletes, leaders and citizens. We pledge to encourage a dedication to personal training, inspiration of a love for the game and a passion for teamwork.
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Referee Contact Information
|Assignor||Jason Francois||Please contact Jason if interested in refereeing the Halloween Havoc!|
As our high quality event continues to grow, the Halloween Havoc is always looking for quality referees. All referees must register through gotsoccer:
The Halloween Havoc does not tolerate referee abuse of any kind. The decisions of the referee are final and cannot be changed or disputed. If you have a question or a concern about a referee, if you hear or see referee abuse, or are the target of referee abuse please contact the Tournament Director.
Registration is now open for the 2015 Winter SAQ Camp.
The board of the Council Bluffs Futbol Club is excited to announce that Jordan Carver, head Men's Soccer Coach at nationally-ranked Iowa Western Community College, has accepted the position of Director of Coaching for the Council Bluffs Futbol Club. Jordan brings a wealth of experience and will help the club to continue to strive toward our mission of developing Premier youth soccer in Southwest Iowa.
Mr. Carver's background:
Carver grew up playing soccer at the recreational level in Utah within American Youth Soccer
Organization (AYSO). At the age of 13, Carver traveled with Benson Soccer to represent the
United States in Milan, Italy with teammates from his community. Carver’s passion for soccer
grew from this experience as he had the opportunity to play against youth teams from famous
clubs such as Juventus and Inter Milan. Carver began club competition with Dixie Vipers Soccer
Club located in St. George, Utah. While with the Vipers, his team competed at the Far West
Regional tournament. Carver played high school soccer for Cedar High School where he played
on varsity all four years. His senior year he captained his team to a second place finish at the
state tournament. After high school and club soccer, Carver went on scholarship to play soccer at
William Penn University in Oskaloosa, Iowa. He became an instant starter and was named MVP
of his team. Upon finishing his first semester, Carver decided to serve a two year mission trip for
his church. Carver spent the next two years in Hungary, where he learned to speak Hungarian
and the power of service. Although he played little amount of soccer, he contributes much of his
success to the life skills he developed while on his church mission. One year after returning from
Hungary, in 2004, Carver began playing collegiate soccer again for Iowa Western Community
College. He took part in the Reiver’s inaugural season, scoring 5 goals and tallying 5 assists. In
2005 and 2006, Carver began his coaching career as the JV coach for Cedar High School and
head coach for an independent U13 club team. After being encouraged by family, in the spring
of 2006, Carver decided to try out for the Premier Development League (PDL) team, the Ogden
Outlaws. Carver helped the Outlaws make the Lamar Hunt US Open tournament in their first
season. Upon completing the successful season with the Outlaws, Carver finished his four years
of eligibility and degree with Grand View University. Carver helped the Vikings reach the
quarter-finals at the NAIA National Championships in 2006. Carver began his professional
career as a coach in 2008 when he was hired by former head coach, Ammon Bennett, at William
Penn and Iowa Western to be the men’s and women’s soccer assistant coach. His stint as
assistant was brief, eight months, before he was asked to become head coach of the men’s soccer
program at Iowa Western. Carver has turned the men’s program into one of the top JUCO
programs in the nation and has become the most winning coach in Iowa Western men’s soccer
history. Carver began coaching with CBFC this past fall and is excited about the opportunity to
advance soccer in Council Bluffs and region. Carver’s vision is to assist coaches in the area, who
embrace sportsmanship and moral values, to develop soccer savvy players and outstanding
citizens within their community. He hopes to enhance CBFC by increasing the number of
coaches and boys teams.
Carver holds a USSF B License and NSCAA National Diploma. He is in pursuit of the USSF A
License which will be completed this summer. He also has a master’s degree in Coaching and
Athletic Administration from Concordia University-Irvine. Carver is supported by his lovely
wife, Kolay and son, Kolo.