Fremont YSC is pleased to re-introduce the Silicon Valley Cup that will be held on September 25th and 26th, 2021. SVC Caters to Boys and Girls teams from the U9-U19 age groups that currently play in the Gold and Silver brackets.
This Tournament will be at held at the quality grass and turf fields at the Central Park Soccer Complex in Fremont, CA.
2021 Silicon Valley Cup Tournament Information (Schedules, Maps, Rulebook)
Fremont YSC is pleased to announce the Silicon Valley Cup, held in beautiful Fremont, California. The SVC is tailored for U9-U19 Boys & Girls teams to help maximize their season. This tournament is sanctioned by US Club.
This Tournament is unrestricted. Teams registered in good standing with any US Soccer Federation affiliate are eligible to apply.
September 25th and 26th, 2021
The main site will be Central Park Soccer Complex in Fremont, CA. Central Park is one of Northern California’s Premier Facilities and has hosted the State Cup and many regional events, additionally it boasts 8 high quality grass fields and 2 new artificial turf fields.
Address: 1110 Stevenson Blvd, Fremont, CA
LEVEL OF PLAY
SILVER and GOLD
Each team is guaranteed a minimum of 3 games.
U9-U10 Boys and Girls teams play 7-a-side and may carry up to 14 players on their roster.
U11-U12 Boys and Girls teams play 9-a-side and may carry up to 16 players on their roster.
U13-U19 Boys and Girls teams play 11-a-side and may carry up to 18 players on their roster
Guest players are allowed;
U9-U19 – Maximum 7 Players
Every player must have the correct ‘guest player’ documentation and a valid player pass.
Each team is required to have an e-mail address and a designated team contact in order to receive all tournament communications.
All communication will be carried out via e-mail and the internet.
- In an effort to reduce traffic during the tournament, teams will be strongly encouraged to leave the facility during the break between their first and second games on both days of the tournament
- Parents will be asked to maintain social distance on the sidelines and encouraged to wear masks when on the tournament grounds. We understand that we cannot police this and cannot force the parents to wear masks.
- Players are encouraged to wear masks before and after games
The following information will help provide clarity on the actions to take if you either come into contact with a positive case of Covid-19, or you are tested and found to have a positive Covid-19 result.
See the following information for the most up to date guidelines from CDPH
If your player is designated a close contact, and is:
Fully Vaccinated (at least two weeks post last dose of vaccine)
- no quarantine is required, so activities may continue without interruption
- closely monitor for symptoms for 14 days
- CDC now recommends getting tested 3-5 days after exposure
NOT Fully Vaccinated:
- the order requires 10 full days of quarantine, starting with the day after the last point of contact
- no in-person activities are permitted during the quarantine
- he quarantine cannot be shortened by a negative test
Close Contact def. Close contacts are people who were either (a) living within the same household, or (b) within 6 feet for more than 15 minutes total, with a person who is positive for COVID-19.
The time window for determination of contact begins 48 hours prior to first symptoms or positive test, whichever comes earlier. ‘Contacts’ of contacts do not have to quarantine (e.g., brother of a child who was designated a close contact by their school).
Through participation in games and practices, all players involved in the event will be considered as having been in close contact.
Positive for Covid-19
If your player is diagnosed or determined likely to have COVID-19, he must immediately isolate for at least 10 days since initial symptoms or positive test, whichever is earlier, and fever must be gone for at least 24 hours without medications before exiting isolation.
Parking for the 2021 Silicon Valley Cup will be available at the Parking signs shown on the map above, note that there are several other parking spots available around the Central Park Complex.
The California School for the Deaf Parking lots will be closed throughout the duration of the tournament and all cars parked there for the tournament usage will be towed. CSD has informed us that due to COVID, they need to make sure that they limit the exposure of their students.
We will have an Athletic Trainer on site through the duration of the tournament on both days. Players are welcome to seek medical attention at any time by approaching the Athletic Trainer Tent during the tournament.
- All tournament attendees will be required to wear a mask when visiting the Athletic Trainer.
KB Photography and Printing
KB Photography and Printing will be taking photos of the live action on the first day of tournament play. On the second day, teams will be able to purchase their pictures at the Harbor Photography Booth.
Main Contact: Katie Beck
Fine Designs Apparel will be on site on both days providing customizable Tournament Apparel.
Please contact Gavin Carvalho, Our Tournament Director for more information at email@example.com or call 510-353-1887
This tournament is sanctioned by US Club
Photo Disclaimer: Participants that are registered for this tournament understand that photographs may be taken during the event and these photographs may be used in future communication and general information for the event. Fremont YSC will not request any further permission nor provide any notification prior to using such photos. Teams can opt out of this by providing written notification to the Tournament Director prior to the start of the tournament.
Early 2021 we the club experienced a devastating loss, with the disappearance of Arunay Pruthi, this hit the club, his friends and teammates, and the membership really hard. In memory of Arunay, we are reaching out for your support with the Arunay Foundation. Arunay had competed at the Silicon Valley Cup over many seasons, and he will continue to be sorely missed by all his team mates and the club.
Arunay Foundation aims to reduce beach accidents and coastal drownings by raising awareness and educating people about sneaker waves, rip currents, high surf, and other hazardous beach conditions. The focus of our organization will be on designing and implementing effective measures that can eventually save the lives of beachgoers. It is our hope that, together, we can raise awareness and make our beaches safer.
Our three-pronged approach: Educate, Equip and Inform.