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FALL RECREATIONAL SOCCER FOR BIRTH YEARS 2004-2014 

U9-U19 FALL RECREATIONAL YOUTH SOCCER FOR BOYS AND GIRLS IN SAN RAMON, CA

 

REGISTRATION & WAITLISTS ARE NOW CLOSED FOR THE FALL SEASON. SPRING RECREATIONAL 4v4 SOCCER REGISTRATION WILL OPEN IN 2023.

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Play, Learn, And Have Fun This Fall 

 

Kids need fun, physical activity in their lives. With significant changes to daily social interaction and routines, many families are experiencing unprecedented challenges trying to raise happy, healthy, successful children. Under these stressful circumstances, youth soccer offers an opportunity to safely engage in healthy fun and provide a sense of community for kids and families. Kids learn through play. 

Gain Many Healthy Benefits When Your Child Plays


Soccer can make a positive impact on your child's continued physical, emotional, and social development into their teenage years. Children get to play, learn, have fun, make friends, and develop traits for success. Your child can improve their physical abilities and soccer skills while building confidence, accountability, perseverance, and more. Our program will be CDC-compliant for health and safety guidelines. 

 

Step 1: Sign Up Your Child For Fall Soccer


You’ll add a valuable element to your child’s development: A fun, physical and social activity to enjoy as an alternative to screen time and the pressures of school. We will provide a normal fall soccer season with games and practices. As your child matures, continued participation in youth soccer during their middle and high school years will reinforce physical activity as an important part of a healthy lifestyle. As you watch your child play soccer, you will know that they are also developing traits for success, such as perseverance, accountability, respect, and teamwork.  

Step 2: Meet Your New Team In August


It's easier to socialize and meet new people when you share a common interest...soccer!  Geography and schools are two factors used to form teams, so there's a good chance you'll see some familiar faces at the first practice. New teammates provide an opportunity to make new friends and new shared experiences. Your team's volunteer coach will contact you when teams are formed in early August.

 

Step 3: Prioritize Practice On Your Schedule


To get the most out of youth soccer, attending practices is important. It is the best time to learn, build teamwork, enjoy social engagement with peers, and get consistent physical activity. All players have a ball at practice and get plenty of touches with it. Our volunteer coaches are given training and encouragement to have their teams play small-sided games at practice to help kids learn skills and decision-making in a game-like environment.

 

Step 4: Enjoy The Games Responsibly


Be a positive role model to your child and others. Encourage effort, applaud perseverance, and act with integrity during youth games. Kids should have fun, try their best, and learn how to work as a team. The fall season typically has 8-10 games on the weekends. Players can learn that they can always control their own effort and their attitude and encourage their teammates, even if the game doesn't go as expected.

Step 5: Engage With Our Soccer Community


Attending social events with teammates promotes inclusiveness and enhances teamwork. From club-organized events like Club Day and Earthquakes Soccer Nights to self-organized team activities like pizza parties, movie nights, or footgolf, your child has an opportunity to meet up and socialize with teammates during the season. These shared experiences help build friendship and community with other families in the club.

Step 6: Use Our Online Content To Benefit Your Child


Your family can access quality content about soccer parenting,  youth sports, and character development. The goal is to share knowledge and tools to help you help your child succeed both on and off the field. Many of these content resources are available to you immediately.

Success = Smiles + A Desire To Play

 

To measure success for your child, look beyond the win/loss column. Kids having fun, improving their physical abilities, developing new skills, learning to be a good teammate, and striving to improve are good indicators of success and a positive soccer experience.  

Don't Miss Out On The Fun

 

It's more fun on the field. Your child won't benefit physically, emotionally, or socially if they don't play. Youth soccer can help busy parents reinforce the importance of physical activity as part of overall health and wellness. Playing a sport also helps instill the value of trying your best and teaches how to work with others to achieve a common goal.

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