This past weekend the San Elijo FC GU13 team brought home the very first set of hardware for San Elijo FC at the Dave Shelton Memorial Cup in Escondido. The girls played in a very tough Silver bracket and put together three solid wins against some tough competition to enable them to advance to the Final before losing to a very tough Oceanside Breakers team. “This is very exciting for our girls and the club. For this to happen in such a short period of time, and in our inagaural season is just awesome for not only this team, but for all the kids and parents who represent our club. I have a feeling this is the first of many great things in the future for our players and our club.” said Chris Fitzsimmons Founder and Director of San Elijo FC.
San Elijo FC, Kohl’s and Cal South invite you to a free recreational soccer clinic on Monday, August 16 at San Elijo Elementary School from 5:30 to 7:30 PM.
The clinic is open to all recreational players, boys and girls, ages U6-U12.
SPACE IS LIMITED. YOU MUST REGISTER.
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Registration is free. The sign up process is quick. Player registration only. The recreational coaching clinic will be lead by Cal South Coaching Education staff and will feature drills and activity stations that will help recreational soccer players get ready for the fall season. While space is limited for players, recreational coaches are welcome to attend, too.
The clinic is hosted in part by Kohl’s, a Cal South partner. The host club is San Elijo FC. www.theacademyatsanelijo.com.
What: A free recreational soccer clinic
When: Monday, August 16 5:30-7:30PM. Check in begins at 5PM.
Where: San Elijo Elementary School 1615 Schoolhouse Way San Marcos, CA 92078
Who: Recreational soccer players, boys and girls U6-U12
The San Elijo Academy in partnership with San Elijo Nomads will be holding Winter Soccer Sessions at Hilltop Field on Tuesday’s and Thursday’s throughout December and January for specific age groups. Cost is $10 per session, or $60 for December (7 sessions) and $70 for January (8 sessions). 5:00-6:00 2nd/3rd grade boys, and 6:00-7:00 4th/5th grade girls. If you are interested please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Co-captain Alyssa Baena rocketed a shot into the back of the net with less than a minute remaining to lift the Nomads GU11 Red team to a 1-1 tie with Scripps United last Saturday. The Nomads are now 6-0-3 in the GU11 AA-C bracket with the No. 1 spot closer in sight as they approach their final five games of the season.In Saturday’s contest, the Nomads knew for the first time what it was like to be behind after they conceded a very “lazy-goal” to United with only 10 minutes left on the clock. Baena dug down deep and charged from the midfield through three players to narrowly sidestep defeat.The Nomads team was built from scratch by the Nomad’s coaching staff, who began with the goal of providing a competitive soccer option in their community of San Elijo Hills. “We have had uphill battles with the city, with the local AYSO region and with pulling enough players together,” Nomads assistant coach Chris Fitzsimmons said. Read More:
Mike Marvil a San Elijo Hills resident and the head varsity coach at La Costa Canyon is hosting 3 weeks of soccer camps this summer for boys and girls 7-18. Camps start July 20th and run through the end of August. For more information check it out at www.sdpowertraining.com