Registration for Recreational Players U6-U19 is now open.
Any child entering kindergarten in the fall and older can register to play on a recreational soccer team with the Alameda Soccer Club. Please go to the Registration page for more information about registration fees and other information. For details about the Fall season, please see the Fall Registration page.
To register, click on this link click the “Register Now!” link for the correct age group, and follow the remaining directions. If you are unsure about the correct age group, refer to this chart.
For questions related to the Recreational Soccer program contact our Recreational Coordinator. For registration questions or to request financial assistance contact our Registrar.
See you on the pitch!
Thank you everyone who spread the word and answered the call to donate their old soccer equipment. The photo above is Anne-Marie with this morning’s haul. All the equipment above will go back with her to her village in Western Africa where she is working for the Peace Corps.
Well done Alameda!
The San Jose Earthquakes have reserved a block of seats at their September 27th match so that we can all get inspired and raise money for the club. Invite your friends, family, neighborhood baker and extended cousins for what should be an excellent summer evening activity.
Avaya Stadium is the Earthquake’s brand-spanking-new home about an hour’s drive down in San Jose. The game is on Sunday so traffic shouldn’t be too bad.
Visit their ticket site or click the banner above and enter the promo code (alamedasc) to purchase tickets in ASC’s block of seats in Section 123 at Avaya Stadium for the Quakes September 27th match against Philadelphia. $5 of each ticket sold goes back to Alameda SC as a fundraiser.
When Anne-Marie Mitchell was younger, she played with the Alameda Soccer Club. Now she’s a Peace Corps volunteer in Africa and is returning home to visit Alameda. While here, Anne-Marie is asking for donations of old soccer balls, jerseys, or other equipment to take back with her to her village Africa.
The kids adore the sport but don’t always have the equipment they need to play. Of particular need are soccer balls (the ones they play with are always deflating) but anything else you can spare will be appreciated.
I’ll send details to your coaches on where they can drop off donations so bring your old equipment to your practice or games so they can drop it off. Anne-Marie will be here through May 12th so please get everything to you coach in the next week or two so I can get them to Anne-Marie by May 10th or so.
Map of the region of where Anne-Marie is serving in Benin.
Summer camp dates are here: Click the date your interested in for details and to sign up.
July 13-17 at Hornet Field –
August 3-7 at Hornet Field –
Memorial Day Camp
MEMORIAL DAY SOCCER CAMP –
Come out to this special one day camp, camp is at Hornet Field, with the club trainers – Elliot, Adam, and Michael!!
This camp is the last of the spring season series, prior to the summer camps beginning.
All campers will go through the Challenger 1,000 touches, take part in the new ‘Panna’ challenge and progress through the day to scrimmages and game situations, ending camp at 3pm. Early drop off to begin at 8.30am.
Please provide a lunch, water, shin guards, and soccer cleats for your Soccer player.
If you have any questions, please contact Lee Dunne,
Alameda Soccer Club Director of Coaching, at 916-596-1664
or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Our u14g Islander teams start the 2015 season with a new look.
SPRING BREAK SOCCER CAMP – IN ASSOCIATION WITH CHALLENGER SPORTS, THE ALAMEDA SOCCER CLUB OFFICIAL TRAINING PARTNER
Come out to this special 4 day camp, at HORNET FIELD, with the professional British Soccer coaches!! Camp is 4/6 to 4/9. All campers be taught the fundamental soccer skills players need to master ball control and be successful in 1v1 situations. The camp will provide an opportunity for your child to play in challenging situations, learn from experienced staff and build their love of the game. All campers will begin at 9am, with an experience of the Challenger 1,000 touches and progress through the day to scrimmages and game situations, ending camp at 3.30pm.
Please provide a lunch for your Soccer player – they will be supervised by the Challenger staff through lunch time.
Each day will have a different focus:
Monday – Foot work and skills
Tuesday – Beating the defender
Wednesday – Possession
Thursday – Striking and finishing
SIMPLY CICK HERE to sign up for the camp
(Early drop off begins at 8.30am)
If you have any questions, please contact Lee Dunne, Alameda Director of Coaching, at 916-596-1664.
LEE DUNNE – Regional Director CA & NV
Challenger Sports: Camps, Training, Tours, Tournaments, Teamwear
Tel: 916-596-1664 Fax: 916-993-9240
1540 River Park Drive, Suite 224A, Sacramento, CA 95815
In preparation for the Spring season (registration information is here), we have prepared a sponsorship program so local businesses can show their support.
See the Sponsorship page for more information.
You can now register for your Alameda Islander Norcal Competitive team.
If your child attended our 2015 tryouts and was offered a spot on a team then please register here. Welcome to Spring Soccer!
Registration for Spring Recreational Soccer is open!
Click here to register.
Alameda Soccer Club (ASC) has decided to invest in our youngest members and provide them with the best possible soccer experience. As such, ASC has enhanced the Recreational Soccer program for 2015 Spring U6, U7 and U8 age groups. This enhancement will provide a stimulating, rewarding and enjoyable practice experience and environment. The program will allow players and coaches to be exposed to age appropriate skills and small-sided games. This investment will give the players game skills in a fun, high-interest, fast-paced manner. The coaches will also gain insight and advice as to how to teach and encourage young, developing players. The overriding desire is for the players, as well as the coaches, to have fun playing soccer while building and developing skill sets. This type of exposure and environment will make playing the Beautiful Game even more enjoyable!
Match days will remain the same! The changes will be emphasized at the weekly practices through the routine presence of professional soccer trainers, coaching the players and coaches. Why? The best soccer clubs in the world find it is very important to make sure kids start with sound instruction at the youngest levels. In addition, we want to provide our coaches a chance to work side by side with professional trainers to give our coaches the opportunity to gain experience and valuable knowledge as well.
If you have any questions please feel free to contact the ASC Recreational Coordinator or the Coaching Coordinator. We are extremely excited to be able to offer our club members the chance to work with the professional trainers and further enhance player and coaching skills for the betterment of the recreational soccer community.
Click here to register.