We want to keep everyone updated on how the club is dealing with the COVID-19 health pandemic. To do this we will send out an update every Monday with any new information. We will also send out updates if anything significant arises during the week.
As of now we are waiting for further guidance from our soccer governing organizations on how to proceed with the spring season. Currently, all in person activities have been cancelled untill April 12th in compliance with US Club Soccer and California Governor Gavin Newsom’s directives to help protect public health and safety. The ASC board and other groups have been holding regular online meetings to formulate a plan for moving forward.
Players can continue their individual training. The following resources are available:
First and most importantly, I hope everyone is staying safe and healthy!
Please find this weeks at home soccer workout. This includes a ball mastery video and a home conditioning workout video. Please send videos of You or your athlete doing these exercises to be featured on our social media pages to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The recreational soccer season (Jack London Youth Soccer League) will tentatively begin on Saturday April 4, with 8-10 scheduled matches, and end the weekend of June 6-7. No matches will be played on Easter Sunday or Memorial Day Weekend.
Practices are typically held once a week for U7 and U8 teams and twice a week for U10 and above. There are no separate practice sessions during the week for U6 (Sunday practices/games only = one hour).
Once teams are formed, coaches will provide families with further information. Any child 5 years and older can register to play on a Recreational team. The focus is on having fun, learning the game, and playing with friends/schoolmates. Players can request to play with their friends or with a specific coach on the registration form.
The Alameda Soccer Club Falcons U-16 Boys took 1st place in the San Ramon Fall Shootout this weekend. Despite facing talented competition early on, the Falcons finished first place in their group and qualified for the semi-finals. After winning the semi-final by a score of 2-1 they advanced to the championship to face an impressive Ballistic United team. After 60 mins of play, 2 overtime periods and several close chances the score remained tied at 0-0. The Falcons scored 4 of their penalties to win the championship by a final score of 4-2.
Need some new soccer gear or back to school clothes? Dick’s Sporting Goods, a new sponsor this year for ASC, is offering a 20% discount for all Alameda Soccer Club families. Visit any of their stores the weekend of August 18-19th and receive 20% discount on all purchases!
FALL REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED. Thanks to everyone who registered. If you missed registration, please be aware that spring registration will start in a few months. Sign up for our newsletter or subscribe to our Facebook page to be notified when we open spring registration.
No tryouts needed, everyone is welcome of every experience and skill level. Simply register, request to play with friends, and have a blast. Registration closes on August 6th.
The Alameda Islanders 2009G Red team took 2nd place in their Premier/4 division in State Cup over Jan 26-27 tournament weekend. The girls lost the championship match in double overtime to San Juan SC Spirits with a score of 1-0. They fought hard to the very end. Proud of these girls led under the coaching direction of Sara Diluna, Marty Farris and Adam Butler.
It’s back, the best deal in town. Recreational soccer for $115 for the Spring 2019 season. WOW!!!
No tryouts needed, everyone welcome of every experience and skill level. Simply register, request to play with friends and have a blast. Yes, it is a great way to keep your skills up during the Spring. Registration closes in on March 1.
The recreational soccer season (Jack London Youth Soccer League) will tentatively begin on Saturday April 6, with 9 scheduled matches, and end the weekend of June 2. No matches will be played on Easter Sunday and Memorial Day Weekend. Practices are typically held once a week for an hour for U7 & U8 teams, and once or twice a week for an hour and a half each. There are no separate practice sessions for U6 (Sunday events only).
Once teams are formed, coaches will provide families with further information. Any child 5 years and older can register to play on a Recreational team. The focus is on having fun, learning and playing with friends/schoolmates. Players can ask to play with their friends, or with a coach.