Week 9 Review

The following contains information about the weeks practice. This will outline the sessions that have been completed and what the players worked on. We have a player centric, proactive curriculum which ensures the players will cover all the necessary mechanics, skill work, and give players a chance to be decision makers and creative players. Through the long-term development from U8 to U19, the players will pass through different stages and priorities as outlined in the program welcome meeting.

While during practice the players will be given the tools they need, if an individual wants to push on with playing at a higher level and performing to the best of their ability, practicing at home will always give them that extra edge, and we can’t encourage enough for those with passion for the sports to practice in their own time. This also avoids unnecessary over-training of structured practices continuously throughout the week.



Every session is structured to facilitate all four pillars of the players development, and to include challenges, targets, and competition to get players to push themselves further. We are a program that heavily focuses on the players individual development, and not to get caught up in the race for trophies and excessive travel to unnecessary tournaments. If you ever have any questions about the Fremont YSC philosophy, and the proactive curriculum, we are always available to answer.

Fremont YSC Playing Identity – https://www.fremontyouthsoccer.com/playing-identity-of-the-club/

Exciting News – Director of Coaching Movement

We are excited to announce changes to the structure of Fremont YSC, with staff movement into specific Director of Coaching roles for the different learning stages. We firmly believe in continued education, and the development of the coaching staff. These changes will bring more leadership roles to the staff, and will further their coach education pathway and management.

Eric Depositar, Travis Cabral, and Gavin Carvalho, will be moving into the following positions –

  • Director of Grassroots (U4 to U8 Introductory Stage) – Eric Depositar
  • Director of Fundamental Learning Stage (U8 to U12) – Travis Cabral
  • Director of Specific Learning Stage (u13 to u16) – Gavin Carvalho

Dai Redwood will be remaining in the position of Director of Soccer and Performance Stage Learning (U19’s)

Each individual Director will be responsible for their age groups through implementing the age specific curriculum and education of players, parents, and the coaches within their age groups. The Directors will be operating in reference to the Fremont YSC game model, and supporting the long term player development model, while optimizing the players club experience.

We are very excited to be making these structural changes, and very proud of our clubs dedication to prioritizing the players learning experience.

Week 8 Review

The following contains information about the weeks practice. This will outline the sessions that have been completed and what the players worked on. We have a player centric, proactive curriculum which ensures the players will cover all the necessary mechanics, skill work, and give players a chance to be decision makers and creative players. Through the long-term development from U8 to U19, the players will pass through different stages and priorities as outlined in the program welcome meeting.

While during practice the players will be given the tools they need, if an individual wants to push on with playing at a higher level and performing to the best of their ability, practicing at home will always give them that extra edge, and we can’t encourage enough for those with passion for the sports to practice in their own time. This also avoids unnecessary over-training of structured practices continuously throughout the week.



Every session is structured to facilitate all four pillars of the players development, and to include challenges, targets, and competition to get players to push themselves further. We are a program that heavily focuses on the players individual development, and not to get caught up in the race for trophies and excessive travel to unnecessary tournaments. If you ever have any questions about the Fremont YSC philosophy, and the proactive curriculum, we are always available to answer.

Fremont YSC Playing Identity – https://www.fremontyouthsoccer.com/playing-identity-of-the-club/

Oakland Roots Joins USL Championship

Oakland Roots SC is excited to announce they will be moving up to USL Championship starting with the 2021 season! The USL is the largest and fastest-growing professional soccer organization in North America and Roots will face elite competition throughout the West Coast Division, like San Diego Loyal owned by Landon Donovan, Portland Timbers 2 FC, New Mexico United and LA Galaxy II, and East Coast Division like Louisville City FC and Indy Eleven.

Celebrate every moment of the Roots’ USL Championship debut with an Oakland Roots 2021 Membership. Lock in 2020 pricing by using the code FREMONT21 and place a deposit now ($51) towards the full value of the Oakland Roots 2021 Membership.

The first 1,000 deposits will receive a complimentary Roots’ Forever Oakland Scarf and the top two youth clubs with the most deposits will receive a Youth Soccer Squad Club Night for the Oakland Roots opening home game in 2021.

The Oakland Roots 2021 Membership will include:

  • A ticket for each home game (18 games)
  • Early entry on game days (30 minutes before general)
  • Discount on Roots Merchandise
  • Priority to purchase select Roots Merchandise before the general public
  • Access to exclusive Member events
  • Complimentary Member gift
  • A dedicated Service Representative
  • Priority to secure potential postseason tickets
  • Free admission to Project 51O home games

Every ticket purchase supports organizations using soccer to tackle social issues like racism, gender inequality and lack of education thanks to Oakland Roots’ support of the global Common Goal movement.

More details on the Fremont YSC and Oakland Roots partnership for 2021 will be announced in the coming months. In the meantime, if you have any questions, please contact Oakland Roots at tickets@rootssc.com.

Fantasy Soccer – 20/21

Join us for our annual Fantasy Soccer Fundraiser.

Unlike raffles and donations which last but a few minutes, this fundraiser is a season long event, great fun for the soccer fan, and a personal experience battling out your soccer team of stars against those from across the world.


We don’t need a fancy new stadium without a name, and an empty trophy cabinet, we have Central Park and a couple State Cups! More than Spurs have won in my lifetime. So join us to be part of a great competition you have a chance to win in.

The winner at the end of the season will win a $100 Amazon Gift Certificate, and a Winners Post for finishing 1st place. (Arsenal fans can receive a complimentary participation certificate upon request!)

Registration – Participation is only $10’s, and will last the entire season, that’s $1 a month to show up our Fremont coaches with your soccer knowledge.

Fantasy Football


How to Play

  1. Pay by visiting the Fremont YSC Fantasy League page above.
  2. Complete registration and you’ll be sent to the event page at Premier League.
  3. Pick your team.
  4. Manage your team throughout the season and finish top of the league to win $100 gift card.

We are not an official affiliate of the EPL or Fantasy Football. This fundraiser is for Fremont Youth Soccer Club, a 501(c3) providing soccer to the local community for players of all financial situations and awarding financial aid to low income families (IRS).

 

For more information about Fremont Youth Soccer please visit our website, www.fremontyouthsoccer.com

No Practices, Labor Day

A reminder there are no programs running today with it being Labor Day.

We hope everyone has had an enjoyable Holiday weekend, and safe travels to those out of town.

Week 6 Review

The following contains information about the weeks practice. This will outline the sessions that have been completed and what the players worked on. We have a player centric, proactive curriculum which ensures the players will cover all the necessary mechanics, skill work, and give players a chance to be decision makers and creative players. Through the long-term development from U8 to U19, the players will pass through different stages and priorities as outlined in the program welcome meeting.

While during practice the players will be given the tools they need, if an individual wants to push on with playing at a higher level and performing to the best of their ability, practicing at home will always give them that extra edge, and we can’t encourage enough for those with passion for the sports to practice in their own time. This also avoids unnecessary over-training of structured practices continuously throughout the week.



Every session is structured to facilitate all four pillars of the players development, and to include challenges, targets, and competition to get players to push themselves further. We are a program that heavily focuses on the players individual development, and not to get caught up in the race for trophies and excessive travel to unnecessary tournaments. If you ever have any questions about the Fremont YSC philosophy, and the proactive curriculum, we are always available to answer.

Fremont YSC Playing Identityhttps://www.fremontyouthsoccer.com/playing-identity-of-the-club/

Recreation Soccer, Fall 2020, Join Us

This Fall we will be having online soccer clinics for players. These clinics will focus on fast feet, manipulation, and skill acquisition. We will be able to create a curriculum that take up limited space (indoor or outdoor) and requires limited equipment (just a ball).

See the following link for information and registration – https://go.teamsnap.com/forms/243608


 

As directors of the program we have met and were able to put together a return to play protocol, however, due to certain circumstances we do not feel comfortable with having the Recreation program go ahead at this time with in person sessions. We appreciate that volunteers would be putting their own health at risk, and with the closure of school fields, we would not be able to guarantee while using City parks a controlled environment where we can create a sterile playing area. As per CDC guidelines, the safest place to maintain good health and lowest risk of contraction is by sheltering at home.

Travis Cabral Named Assistant Coach for Evergreen Valley College Women’s Team

Fremont Youth Soccer Club would like to congratulate Coach Travis on being named assistant coach with Evergreen Valley College in San Jose, CA. Travis will be working with the college women’s program as an Assistant Coach and Social Media Editor. 

“I’m very excited to be with Evergreen Valley College women’s program. I feel this will be a new challenge for me as a coach. It will also be a new way to step outside my comfort zone, to help with and be around player development at the college playing level. I’m looking forward to the season and continuing my learning and development as a coach.”   – Travis Cabral

While with the college, Travis will remain with Fremont YSC and continue his coaching and director roles.