Fall Registration is OPEN
Fall Registration is Open
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Summer Camps
With solid grounding in AYSO’s philosophies and coaching programs, AYSO Soccer Camps work with kids on skills and activities appropriate to their age and skill level. AYSO Soccer Camps are conducted by the best nationally and internationally qualified coaches recruited and trained by UK International Soccer Camps.
UK International is the only organization whose coaches, primarily from Great Britain, are AYSO Safe Haven Certified, and trained in AYSO philosophies. Coaches are selected not only for their knowledge and their coaching ability, but also for their commitment to creating a fun, positive learning environment for the players. The result is a soccer camp experience players will remember for a lifetime.

Go to: aysosoccercamps.org and register!!

Or, would you be interested in our fantastic 'host a coach' program? We open this up to all families. AND, we give you a FREE camp as a thank you!

Any questions regarding camp or host a coach, call your UK Rep Emma McCluskey on 510-359-8839 or email emma..mccluskey@uksoccer.com

Sign up here.

Earthquakes California Classico
25 June Stanford Stadium, 7PM
Earthquakes vs LA Galaxy
11 of our players were Team Escorts for the game!

Uniform and Equipment Return
Uniform and equipment dropoff will be 1 June 6:45PM-7:45PM sharp at our equipment locker at California Self Storage, 2425 Embarcadero Way, Palo Alto near the water treatment plant.

U10B Serpents won the Breakers Memorial Day Cup
U10 Serpents Win Breakers Cup
U10B beat 3 club teams, getting an awesome trophy with an impeccable ( 5 - 0 -0) record. In the final, they beat a team ranked in the top 100 of NorthCal

  • U12B1 made the Semifinals of the Breakers Cup
  • U14G made it to the finals of SF Evolution Cup, winning the first 4 games by a 16-2 margin, but lost 4-2 to a team from Napa in the finals 

El Palo Alto

Over 100 teams played almost 200 games, officiated by 169 referees at 14 fields and 6 sites across the city

SJ Earthquakes' player Andrew Tarbell, Greer Park signed scads of autographs on balls, shin guards, and even a banana. 

The entire tournament game results can be viewed here

U10 Boys
1 Foster City United
2 Palo Alto Serpents
3 Cupertino Thunder

1 Palo Alto Warriors
2 Sunnyvale Strikers
3 Cupertino Falcons

U12 Boys
1 Cupertino United
2 Foster City United
3 Mt Diablo Soccer Rage 05B

1 R109 Red Dynamite
2 Foster City Warriors
3 Los Altos Supersonics

1. Palo Alto Scorpions
2 Redwood City Sporting

U14 Boys
Mountain View United
Palo Alto Titans
3 Concord United Revolution

1 WSJ United Blue
2 Cupertino Orange Crushers
3 109 Fury

U16 Boys

1 Millbrae United
2 WSJ United
3 Sunnyvale Earthquakes

U10 Girls
1 San Mateo
2 R45 Shockwaves
3 Davis Dynamite

1 Millbrae Panther
2 R45 Sonicbooms
3 R26 Tidal Waves

U12 Girls
1 Redwood City Black Widows
2 Palo Alto Voltage

3 R45 Earthquakes

1 San Mateo Elite Flames
2 FC United
3 Pacifica Storm

1 Cupertino Ninjas
2 R223 Fire Balls
3 Menlo Park Fireballs

U14 Girls

Mountain View Legends
Davis Adrenaline
3 Palo Alto Thunder


1 San Mateo Atletico
2 Davis Mavericks
3 45 Arsenal