We Are Fremont

At Fremont we are different, and we are proud to be different. We don’t let ego’s and opinions get in the way of providing a player centric program for the youth player. Our focus is specifically on the individual, where we aim to take them along a pathway to be a good person through learning about life skills and developing their soccer technique and intelligence.

Our program is not built on one individuals belief or childhood hobby come true, but from research and influences across a wide spectrum of organizations and disciplines. Our education spans across the world, taking in the culture and environment which some of the most successful clubs and organizations have been grounded in. The research that goes in to the decision making for program development includes publications from well-respected doctors in their field, and authors of some of the most important literature in human psychology, sports psychology, and technical development.

From our U4’s in the Recreation program, to U19’s in Competitive, every age group has an age appropriate curriculum, which is appropriate to the needs of the characteristics of the players age, in a seasonal format periodized by the playing season and phases. Our coaching process starts with the technical breakdown of the player mechanics, transitioned in to the skill acquisition and performing the soccer specific action under the game situation through small sided games. There is no better teacher of the game than the game itself.

While we coach the individual player to improve their soccer ability, life lessons through sports participation are incredibly important for the individual and is one of the most neglected areas in todays youth sports environment of win at all costs and chasing the scholarship dream. One thing no one can guarantee is where a child will be at the age of adolescence whether physically, technically, or psychologically, but we can have a big influence on their social skills. ‘Not all humans are players, but all players are human’.

Long Term Development

Our priority as a club is not the short term, it’s not the winning of trophies and medals, or bragging about brackets played in. It’s about the long term process, optimizing the individuals structures, the physical development of the body to compete in soccer, the development of the individuals technical skills and game knowledge, and the overall growth of the human being. Youth soccer is an individual sport in a team context, where it takes time to properly grow. Nurturing the youth is key to the long term success, where success is defined by the impact you make on the person.

The Badge

Fremont Youth Soccer Club is the club for Fremont, we will always accept all players from all backgrounds and socioeconomic situations, and we are proud to have so many people join in the journey with us. Our badge reflects Fremont and the club, and was designed by one of Fremont’s own players, Josh Conklin

  1. Oval – our badge shape is spherical, we forever review and evaluate the programs and learning experience for players. We have a club environment where we want as many people involved as possible, and every to pull together, there are no hiding places within the club just open lines of communication and opportunities to learn and belong to something bigger than a team or individual program.
  2. Mission Peak – a symbol of Fremont, towering over the Mission District and visible from any point within Fremont. The mountain reminds us of the journey we must take to reach the top, and the beauty is in the challenges we face and conquer as we continuously climb to reach our peak.
  3. Sunrise – 5 ray beams break over the mountain, one for every district that is within Fremont. We represent each corner of Fremont, with the aim of bringing in together a community that’s proud of its soccer club.
  4. 3 Stars – a star for each of our programs, Recreation, Competitive, and Camps/Clinics. We cater too all players, and welcome players of all levels of ability and experience in to each and every one of our programs.