Please make sure your son or daughter is properly registered for his or her team. If you have only registered for tryouts, you will have to re-register them for the specific team he or she will play for. To do so, please do the following:
On the Greece United FC Home Page (www.greecefunitedfc.com) hover your cursor over the Home tab in the top horizontal menu;
Select "Register Online"
Scroll down the list of available teams and select the registration for the specific team he or she will play for.
Upon completion of the player registration process and to make a payment, click the green Pay Now button in the bottom right corner of the page.
Should you have problems, please contact us at
U11 Boys (Distaffen) are looking to add more players. If you are interested please contact the manager Christal at
U-12 Boys (Evarts) will be holding additional tryouts/practice on August 20th at Northwood School on North Greece Road from 6:30 – 7:30 pm. Please contract Coach Denis at 899 -9576 or Coach Evarts ( Larry ) at 746-4230.
U13 Girls (Manetta) are looking to add more players. If you are interested please contact Coach Jim at
U13 Girls (Gallagher) is also looking for additional players. Contact Pat Gallagher via email at
For your 2014 season and beyond....we proudly announce the partnership between the Greece Buccaneers and the Greece Eclipse Soccer Clubs. We are now "Greece United Futbol Club".
GUFC Community Service
U12 Girls - Gallagher
The GUFC U12 Gallagher team volunteered at Lakeshore Community Church over the April 19-20th weekend to support their Easter Eggstraviganza. This was an egg hunt and several games as crafts for little kids for Easter. Our girls had a lot of fun and helped out a lot.
U12 Boys - Hustis
The GUFC U12 Hustis team volunteered at Foodlink on Thursday, April 3. The boys sat thru 15 minutes of instruction where they learned about what services they offer our community. They worked on an assemby line of preparing bags of food that students from local schools receive and sorting food that had come in from places like Wegmans.
U13 Girls - Bisciotti
The GUFC Girls U13 Bisciotti team volunteered on April 12 at St. Lawrence Church with their annual Easter egg hunt. The girls hid eggs, helped children, and set up and served refreshments.
U13 Girls - Minarik
The GUFC U13 Minarik team recently participated in, and won, the annual "Dodge for Josh" Dodgeball Tournament to benefit the Josh Rojas Foundation. The Josh Rojas Foundation is a nonprofit, 501(c)3 organization here to provide support and resources for families who have suddenly lost a child in the Rochester, New York area. 77 teams participated ranging in age from 7-54.
U15 Girls - Distaffen
On Thursday, April 10th, the Girls U15 - Distaffen team visited FoodLink as a part of their Community Service Program. While there, the girls The team volunteered from 6:00 – 8:00 pm where they helped sort boxes of food and helped items into bags in preparation for distribution.
U16 Girls - Streber
On Tuesday, February 18th The Girls U16 - Streber team recently visited the Wegman’s Cottages by Unity Hospital as a part of their Community Service Program. While there, the girls interacted with senior women for an event called "The Glam Squad". They were separated into a couple of teams and gave a soft manicure to the elderly ladies. They soaked, filed, polished and applied lotion. The women that live at the cottages enjoyed their time with the girls as did our girls with them.
U17 Boys - Paris
On Thursday, April 24th, the BU17 team coached by Omero Paris completed the 2nd phase of their GUFC community service project.
The boys put in a few hours after school at the Ronald McDonald house cleaning up the grounds. By the team cleaning up the grounds it makes it easier for the staff to focus their attention on the people that really need it. The families of the GUFC BU17 team are thoroughly impressed with the caring and giving attitude the boys displayed. Thank you to Coach Paris for allowing this event to happen on the day before we left for an out of town tournament and for also helping out. The boys also presented a check to the RMH for $261 from the bottles and cans they collected on an earlier day. A big thank you goes out to Tom Hank, father of one of the players for heading up both days.