Congratulations, Musashi Avalos Commits’ to UC Riverside

Congratulations to Musashi Avalos on his commitment and scholarship to UC Riverside on the track and field team.

Musashi had been with Fremont YSC for many years, and was identified following his attendance at one of the Fremont YSC Summer Camps. Musashi has always shown a high level of commitment and dedication to his sporting disciplines. More importantly, Musashi has shown great qualities as an individual, and is a great example of the importance of an holistic approach to youth sporting development.

Musashi continues to be a member of the club through his volunteering and coaching work, but we wish his all the best with his future.

High School Season Begins

This week many Fremont YSC players will be starting their High School season.

We wish all the players involved the best of luck.

Our older age group teams play fast, skillful, and entertaining soccer, and we hope to see this continue with their schools, with the added ingredient of the players now playing against each other as they represent their high school.

Our message to the players is to make sure they keep their bodies healthy, focusing on stretching to help reduce incidence of injuries. Healthy diet to repair the body, plenty of sleep, and make sure your grades are being maintained.

Good luck to all the schools and coaches this Spring High School Season.

UK Trip 2021 – Information Event

We are hosting a trip meeting via zoom for all NEW players and families interested in joining the trip on:

THURSDAY APRIL 29th at 7.45PM.

Zoom meeting details to sign up for the meeting are below. Click on the link below to register for this meeting: once registered you will be sent meeting invite

This is to register for the upcoming trip in November 2021.

Supporting the Community

Youth sports organizations, and youth soccer clubs, should provide more than just a playing experience. The youth sporting experience can set up long lasting memories and provide key life skills to their members. Through these experiences we can help nurture the youth of today to be pillars of society for tomorrow.

We are currently taking suggestions from the membership on a charity to support throughout the next two seasons as part of our uniform cycle.

Yusuf Bandarkar of the 2006 Boys has submitted the Salam Food Pantry, a charity he has actively been volunteering for on a frequent basis, and a great cause to help provide food to those in need. A great example of how we can support others who may not have the same opportunities we may have. Excellent work Yusuf, and to all people supporting and volunteering in the local community.

Talent Identification and Team Selection Evaluation Event

Register for Evaluations at the following link – CLICK HERE TO REGISTER


May 2021, schedule TBC


Boys and Girls, Born 2015 to 2013 (U7 to U19/Seniors)


Central Park Soccer Complex, Fremont


Club soccer for players wanting to holistically develop. Age appropriate curriculum and methodology underpinned by learning theory in action. Process and performance driven, as opposed to short term outcome focus. Periodized long term development plan to optimize technical, tactical, physical, and psychosocial development.