Happy 4th

Happy 4th of July to you all. Have a fantastic day with your family and friends, and travel safely.

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 – https://norcalpremier.com/summer-coaching-symposium-day-2-2/

YouTube round up of pictures, and a familiar interview – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5PF7HbY0q6A

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 – https://norcalpremier.com/summer-coaching-symposium-day-1-2/

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.

New Referee Course – We Need You

New Officials

New referee course in August, for entry level officials.

Visit our referee page at the following link for the class information and registration.

Referees


Current Officials

June 30th, Livermore

Take advantage of the FREE referee symposium being held by Nor Cal Premier. Sign up at the following link – https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfIpLnOOv3KL5gfm7JqIUD1i20MBErkFvMMORBiKVgPeMNOtQ/viewform

Timely Report on Adults in Youth Sports

On the day of our final parent meetings, a timely report on the issues of adults involved in youth sports. We agree with everything they say regarding the influence of money and parents pushing too hard to make youth sports become work and not play, but they forgot to add ‘coaches’. Coaches should be educating and working to bring the game back to the kids, not heightening the ‘fear of missing out’.

2019/20 Season Evaluation Results

We do not believe any child should not be able to participate in a sports program they have the desire to play in. Our only restriction is due to the number of players allowed within rostering, but we make sure to provide a program for everyone where players of similar ability can participate.

An evaluation is a snapshot of a players current playing level along their development pathway. When deciding upon playing groups the following are accounted for –

  • Evaluation performance (technical ability, social interaction, psychological development, physical preparedness)
  • History of the player (past experiences in programs, commitment, practice with purpose)
  • Most appropriate grouping to develop the four pillars of soccer development, and to attend to the needs of the player (more competitive environment, participation due to fun social past time, or a combination)

Results

2012_2013 Girls Evaluation Results

2012_2013 Boys Evaluation Results

2011 Girls Evaluation Results

2011 Boys Evaluation Results

2010 Boys Evaluation Results

2009 Girls Evaluation Results

2009 Boys Evaluation Results

2008 Boys Evaluation Results

2007 Girls Evaluation Results

2007 Boys Evaluation Results

2006 Boys Evaluation Results

2005 Girls Evaluation Results

2005 Boys Evaluation Results

2004 Boys Evaluation Results

2002 Girls Evaluation Results

2002 Boys Evaluation Results


You will now receive an email inviting you to attend the parent meeting for the 2019/20 season, and registration links will follow the meeting.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at info@fremontyouthsoccer.com


EPL Fantasy Soccer Winner – Season 2018/19

This past weekend saw the huge climax to the 2018/19 Fantasy Soccer Season, with the final round of EPL games being played.

So many shocks throughout the season, no one thought Utd would be so bad, Cardiff would get any points, and once again Pep rotated at the worst times.

For the majority of the season, Michael Harrison was leading but couldn’t handle the pressure in the business end of the season  and dropped like a stone relying on Brighton players for points. A shout out to Josh Conklin for finishing as the highest Fremont YSC player even though he forgot he was playing, and once again Dai finished as the highest staff member in what was a poor display from the coaches.

Our Winner – Graham McMonagle

A newbie to soccer, Graham started out late as a soccer enthusiast missing out on a youth playing career to concentrate on golf. Originally a Man Utd fan back in the glory days, Graham turned his support towards Cardiff City, but once they were relegated the first time he then settled for Spurs. For now Graham is a huge Spurs fan.

It has been a long season, and even more difficult than normal with so many Liverpool players doing so well, but I cannot wait for next season to get started.

Thank you to everyone who took part, and the next season cannot come soon enough. See you next season where we hope to see many new participants.