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May 1, 2024


Louisiana Fire Soccer Club is thrilled to announce the addition of Stuart Hayers as its Foundation Technical Director and Head of Business Development.


In his role as Technical Director, Coach Stu will be focused on the development, retention, and recruitment of players and coaches in the U7 through U12 age groups. 


In his role as Head of Business Development, Coach Stu will be focused on fundraising and sponsorships to advance the club’s Let Them Play Scholarship fund and facility improvement initiatives.


“Stu is a great addition to our staff,” said Executive Director of Coaching Hubie Collins. “He is well respected throughout the soccer community for both his playing ability and coaching acumen. His development of younger players is second to none. We look forward to bringing his expertise to all of our players and coaching staff in these age groups.”


“I am excited to start working at the club that I love, with the soccer community that I love, focusing on the sport that I love, building on the great things already being achieved,” said Stuart Hayers.


Please join us in welcoming Stu to the club. 


Around the grounds with
LA Fire SC Competitive teams

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             Breaking our club record, a total of 10 teams represented Louisiana Soccer Association and LA FIRE SC in Greenville, South Carolina for the USYS Regional Championships between June 18th and June 24th, 2021. 


Our 05G Louisiana Fire Red booked their second consecutive trip to USYS Nationals by prevailing in their National League playoff bracket. By beating Idaho Rush 3-1 and drawing Minnesota’s Tonka Fusion 1-1, it set up a must win Sunday matchup against California Legends. In a hotly contested match that played out like a final, Chloe Burst assisted Jane Schneider with a well delivered corner kick that Jane turned a headed ball goal from outside the six yard box. It was Jane’s fourth goal of the weekend, and Chloe’s second assist. Bella Reynolds and Stella Martin also chipped in with a goal and an assist, respectively. Team defense was exceptional throughout the weekend against top flight opposition, punctuated by a tremendous save by keeper Olivia Icamina as Fire held off Legends’ comeback attempt.

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Bringing the Heat

LOUISIANA FIRE SC  Winter Break Photos


Free Clinics for Recreational, Academy and Competitive Players



In Partnership with Blue Cross Blue Shield, the Empowerment Alliance, Jefferson Parish Parks and Recreation Department, and Lafreneire Park, Louisiana Fire SC provided free soccer clinics for over 125 young athletes of Jefferson Parish


Louisiana Fire SC held a supply drive in support of Honduran Residents who felt the devastating effects of Hurricane Eta. Thank you to all of our soccer community who helped donate and sort many truckloads of supplies that were shipped to those in need. 

The season has only just begun, and many LA Fire SC Competitive teams are racking up the trophies! Congratulations on all the hard work put in on the training ground. 
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- The Path Forward -
June 30th, 2020

Dear Louisiana Fire Families,

While the Covid-19 pandemic has been challenging in many respects, it has given our organization the opportunity to accelerate the comprehensive review of our organization.

As we return to play on the field, we also return with a new logo and a redefined purpose.  

The new logo is representative of both our past and our future:

  • We are Louisiana Fire Soccer Club.

  • The inclusion of Louisiana in our name reflects the fact that the club draws players from across the greater New Orleans area and from various cities in southeastern Louisiana.  

  • The name Fire combined with the gold is reflective of the saying “Fire is the Test of Gold,” which means that adversity is necessary for a person to achieve his/her true potential.

  • The four points of the X represent Hurricane Katrina, which is the event that brought the four clubs together via merger (Lafreniere, Lakeview, Carrolton, and with PAC joining later).

  • The four stars represent our four core values of Respect, Responsibility, Resilience, and Equity.

  • The outline of the soccer ball represents the sport we play.

  • The modified fleur de lis represents the New Orleans area.  

  • The top of the fleur de lis is shaped like a flame to represent fire, while the pentagon at the bottom of the fleur de lis represents soccer.

Our goal remains to educate your children through the sport of soccer.  We believe that soccer provides the best education in all of sports, through teamwork, confidence, discipline, character, adversity, and on field problem solving.

We have developed a “Pathway for All” concept that will benefit all players, at all ages and at all stages of development.  We will continue to maintain a relationship with Chicago Fire.  We have recently added relationships with Houston and Austin for our female players.  We will also have the ability to expand relationships with other amateur and professional clubs. 


Our curriculum now covers training sessions and progressions for all age groups and all programs.  The objective is for each player to reach his/her goals.

We have also expanded our financial assistance program, such that our organization is available to anyone who wants to play.  The “Let Them Play” campaign is critical to this initiative. 

In closing, I would like to reiterate the commitment of the Board of Directors to our players, to our coaches, and to our parents.  Every challenge is an opportunity for growth, and Covid-19 is no different.   We will emerge from this stronger and more focused on executing our mission.  I want to thank you again for the tremendous support I have received in my two years as President and ask for your continued support and patience as we work to make our organization even better.


Nick Danna


Louisiana Fire SC

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