The Saint Edward's School girls soccer program begins in the Lower School years. Girls are taught about the game as an educational unit and play in a co-ed intramural league in grade four. They are exposed further in the Middle School grades six through eight as well.
Many of the girls are further exposed to the game by playing club soccer locally, either in the recreational league or on competitive traveling teams.
The head varsity soccer coach helps foster enthusiasm for the program by aiding in practice drills and giving advice. Junior Varsity/Middle School players may be moved up to the varsity when deemed appropriate.
The varsity team players display appropriate skills and knowledge of the game and are able to compete at a high level in the Florida High School Athletic Association.
The varsity team will compete in Florida High School Athletic Asssociation District 8 Class 1A series which begins in late October and runs into early February.
In 2016 the team won the district championship and were the regional quaterfinal winner and have been district runner-ups many times.