Coaching Symposium, Day 2

Day 2 was a fantastic day, as sessions continued to move between the field and classroom lectures, and included a panel discussion with representation from the DfB, Earthquakes, Inter Milan, and Frans Hoek.

Marcus Sorg, Assistant Mens National Coach, began the day with a lecture at the Maples Center, with a presentation on ‘The German Way’. Like so many leaders in player development, it was again stressed how important the individual is, and leading on from Nicklas Dietrich, who had earlier in the symposium expressed how the youth game is an individuals game, and clearly outlined the differences between senior and youth soccer.

An incredible day ended with the Earthquakes taking on LA Galaxy at Stanford, in what resulted in clinical 3-0 home win for the Quakes.

Day 2 detailed information –

YouTube round up of pictures, and a familiar interview –

Beach Boys

As the Summer continues, Fremont YSC players continue to represent and wear their jerseys with pride.

Reppin’ Fremont YSC in his training top, Beach Boy, Leonardo from the 2008 Boys, having a great day at the beach down at Capitola.

Great to see the players having a great time during their much needed break.

Continued Education

This weekend Fremont YSC staff are attending the Summer Symposium, hosted by NorCal, Earthquakes, and the DFB.

On Friday, a great start to the weekend with sessions both on the field and held in the lecture theater  from the following –

  • Cognitive Development, Marcos Monti (Inter Milan)
  • Sports Performance, Nicklas Dietrich (DFB)
  • Microdosing, Integrating Performance, Nicklas Dietrich (DFB)
  • Defining Success, Jesse Fioranelli (SJE)

The clinicians range from Heads of Performance and the Men’s Assistant Coach to the German National Team, to Inter Milan’s Technical Director.

For more information about Day 1 of the symposium visit –

When in Rome

Currently on our Summer Break, a much needed time for players, coaches, and i am sure, parents.

Andres from the 09BBP is currently in Rome, and still representing. Send in pictures of your travels in your Fremont attire and be posted on our social media page.