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Elk Grove Soccer partners with FC Sporting

We are proud to announce we have partnered with FC Sporting to provide our boys the highest level of play possible.

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Elk Grove Soccer announces a unique strategic partnership with FC Sporting. We are honored to be recognized as one of the top clubs in the country by The Elite Academy League. Everyone involved in the club has worked extremely hard over the years to take our club to the next level. We value having a level of play for every kid in our community. Being a part of the Elite Academy League only adds to that. The opportunity to play in National Showcases, gain more exposure to colleges, and play against top-level clubs such as LA Galaxy Academy and LAFC, to name a couple, is exciting. Being a part of The Elite Academy League is an incredible opportunity for any player in the Elk Grove and Sacramento area who aspires to play at the next level.

The Elite Academy League is a national league composed of 55 top soccer clubs nationwide grouped into conferences based on their location. We will be joining the Northwest NorCal Conference, which consists of six other elite clubs here in Northern California. We will be entering teams in the U13-U19 boy’s levels while also creating Pre-EAL teams at U11 & U12.

Our U13 and U14 will compete in two regional showcases on the West Coast. In comparison, our U15-U19 teams will compete in two National Showcases. All our teams will also have the opportunity to qualify for the National Championship.

Each game will be filmed, analyzed by HUDL, and shared with our players to help them excel in their development.

Joining the Elite Academy League will offer our players a level of play that sits atop the youth landscape. It will help elevate our club’s level while allowing our players to go against the top talent regionally & nationally.

While many clubs struggle with meeting the needs of their soccer community, Elk Grove continues to impress. Elk Grove Soccer added 28 new competitive teams for the spring season. If you feel your child’s development is stalled, time is ticking, contact us today to reach the heights you know your child can achieve. Please complete the form below and we will be in touch shortly!

20010 BOYS EA

Season Overview

2022- 2023 Season

The 2010 Boy’s EA program will be supported by several of our Elk Grove Soccer 2010 boy’s teams. Our program is over 5 teams deep and players will continue to train throughout the season and on the Thursday prior to EA game day, players will be assigned to play in the EA. Any player not assigned to the EA roster will be play in NorCal. These rosters are fluid and players can be selected at any time for either squad.

2010 EA Boys Training – Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday 6.30pm – 8pm BSP 1 at Bartholomew Sports Park, 6300 Whitelock Pkwy, Elk Grove, CA 95757. Any player wishing to play in the EA team will attend these training days. 

EA Selection: Players will be picked during the training for the EA squad prior to each game from the players that train. 

League Play: Elk Grove Soccer will also register 2010 Teams in NorCal as well as the EA. This will give any player the option to play in NorCal if they are not selected to the EA roster or to supplement their game time. 

Days of Training: 2010 Elk Grove Soccer Team Regular Training – 3 days per week in Elk Grove. 

Numbers: Players will be assigned squad numbers based on the availability of when they register. 

Season Calendar: July 25 – November and February 13 – June  18.

*Please note we do our best to honor the training locations but we are subject to changes by CSD and the availability of lighted fields. 

2009 BOYS EA

Season Overview

2022- 2023 Season

The 2009 Boy’s EA program will be supported by several of our Elk Grove Soccer 2009 boy’s teams. Our program is over 6 teams deep and players will continue to train throughout the season and on the Thursday prior to EA game day, players will be assigned to play in the EA. Any player not assigned to the EA roster will be play in NorCal. These rosters are fluid and players can be selected at any time for either squad.

2009 EA Boys Training – Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday 6.30pm – 8pm BSP 1 at Bartholomew Sports Park, 6300 Whitelock Pkwy, Elk Grove, CA 95757. Any player wishing to play in the EA team will attend these training days. 

EA Selection: Players will be picked during the training for the EA squad prior to each game from the players that train. 

League Play: Elk Grove Soccer will also register 2009 Teams in NorCal as well as the EA. This will give any player the option to play in NorCal if they are not selected to the EA roster or to supplement their game time. 

Days of Training: 2009 Elk Grove Soccer Team Regular Training – 3 days per week in Elk Grove. 

Numbers: Players will be assigned squad numbers based on the availability of when they register. 

Season Calendar: July 25 – November and February 13 – June  18.

*Please note we do our best to honor the training locations but we are subject to changes by CSD and the availability of lighted fields. 

2008 BOYS EA

Season Overview

2022- 2023 Season

The 2008 Boy’s EA program will be supported by several of our Elk Grove Soccer 2008 boy’s teams. Our program is over 4 teams deep and players will continue to train with their assigned season team during the week, and then prior to the EA game day there will be a training session on the Thursday to assign a team to play in the EA. 

2008 EA Boys Training: Thursday 6.30pm – 8pm prior to EA game day only at BSP 1 at Bartholomew Sports Park, 6300 Whitelock Pkwy, Elk Grove, CA 95757. Any player wishing to play in the EA team will attend this training day. 

EA Selection: Players will be picked during the training for the EA squad prior to each game from the players that train. 

League Play: Elk Grove Soccer will also register 2008 Teams in NorCal as well as the EA. This will give any player the option to play in NorCal if they are not selected to the EA roster or to supplement their game time. 

Days of Training: 2008 Elk Grove Soccer Team Regular Training – 3 days per week in Elk Grove. 

Numbers: Players will be assigned squad numbers based on the availability of when they register. 

Season Calendar: July 25 – November and February 13 – June  18. 

*Please note we do our best to honor the training locations but we are subject to changes by CSD and the availability of lighted fields. 

2007 BOYS EA

Season Overview

2022- 2023 Season

The 2007 Boy’s EA program will be supported by several of our Elk Grove Soccer 2007 boy’s teams. Our program is over 5 teams deep and players will continue to train throughout the season and on the Thursday prior to EA game day, players will be assigned to play in the EA. Any player not assigned to the EA roster will be play in NorCal. These rosters are fluid and players can be selected at any time for either squad.

2007 EA Boys Training

Days of Training 2 + 1: There will be two mandatory days of training. 

Tuesday 6.30pm – 8pm (mandatory day) at Cherry Island, 2429 U St, Rio Linda, CA 95673

Wednesday at 6.30pm – 8pm (optional day for Sacramento based players – mandatory for Elk Grove based players) at Johnson Park, 9645 Lakepoint Drive Elk Grove, CA 95758

Thursday at 6.30pm – 8pm (mandatory day) at Johnson Park, 9645 Lakepoint Drive Elk Grove, CA 95758

 Any player wishing to play in the EA team will attend the mandatory training days. 

League Play: Elk Grove Soccer will also register 2007 Teams in NorCal as well as the EA. This will give any player the option to play in NorCal if they are not selected to the EA roster or to supplement their game time. 

Days of Training: 2007 Elk Grove Soccer Team Regular Training – 3 days per week in Elk Grove. 

Numbers: Players will be assigned squad numbers based on the availability of when they register. 

Season Calendar: July 25 – November and February 13 – June  18.

*Please note we do our best to honor the training locations but we are subject to changes by CSD and the availability of lighted fields. 

2005 & 2006 BOYS EA

Season Overview

2022- 2023 Season

The 2006 & 2005 Boy’s EA program will train exclusively with each other. 

2006 & 2005 EA Boys Training

Days of Training 2 + 1: There will be two mandatory days of training. 

Tuesday 6.30pm – 8pm (mandatory day) at Cherry Island, 2429 U St, Rio Linda, CA 95673

Wednesday at 6.30pm – 8pm (optional day for Sacramento based players – mandatory for Elk Grove based players) at Johnson Park, 9645 Lakepoint Drive Elk Grove, CA 95758

Thursday at 6.30pm – 8pm (mandatory day) at Johnson Park, 9645 Lakepoint Drive Elk Grove, CA 95758

 Any player wishing to play in the EA team will attend the mandatory training days. 

EA Selection: Players will be picked during the training for the EA squad prior to each game from the players that train. 

League Play: League Play: Elk Grove Soccer will also register 2006 & 2005 Teams in NorCal as well as the EA. This will give any player the option to play in NorCal if they are not selected to the EA roster or to supplement their game time. 

Season Calendar: July 25 – June  18. No High School Break? Please read Q & A below on High School Soccer.

*Please note we do our best to honor the training locations but we are subject to changes by CSD and the availability of lighted fields. 

COMMUNICATION

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The Elk Grove Soccer App powered by Gotsport mobile puts all the tools you need to manage your Elk Grove Soccer season right on your mobile device, for free. Access all your tools on the go—create and share schedules, generate rosters, chat and message with team members, share photos, check RSVPs, and more. The free team management app is fully integrated with the Elk Grove Soccer’s platform, keeping you in control and connected—no matter where you happen to be.

Once you are registered and placed on a team, you will receive an invite to the app.

For more information on the APP, please click here.

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High School Soccer

Should I play, yes or no? Read on....

As many of you enter high school you now have the option to play High School Sports.

Hopefully, the following information will help give you a clearer understanding of high school soccer. We also have a few families on the team that have older children that have played in high school. They would be a great resource.

Plus, chat to those players that have played high school. It is important to chat to the high school players that have played college.

For the last 20 years club and high school coaches have debated who should have priority and what is important. Here are a few of those questions and debates.

The 2006/2005 EA team will continue to train during the high school season. Your training schedule has always been about maximizing your true potential.

The answer to this question is no (this is a California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) rule not a club rule).

This year, high school soccer is scheduled to begin around Thanksgiving and end at the end of February.

The 98% (top 1-2% reserved for Division 1 and 2 college players) of soccer players in the US that are unable to play in college or go professional you should play high school. If your current trajectory is leaning towards this, then High School should be considered. (article click here – https://www.soccerwire.com/news/should-development-academy-players-be-allowed-to-play-high-school-soccer/)

The Men’s DA (since disbanded) strongly discouraged any of the players playing High School. The common thought by many involved high up in youth soccer is, High School Soccer serves its purpose, but does it help with development, not really.

Will try my best to remain objective here. From my experience high school soccer coaching can be OK. Training may not be what you are used to, but some may not realize the difference as it depends on your current training.

The vast majority of college coaches don’t watch high school games. The main reason is there is a large difference in levels when you watch high school. As a college coach, I can go to a Surf, Vegas Showcase etc. and watch teams with players of all similar levels. I know the CRC assistant coaches (Junior College) watched some high school games last year, hence the reason I say the “vast majority of college coaches”. For more information on the college process, please click here

It goes back to the answers above. My son aspires to play professional and due to this, high school soccer was never going to be an option.

You can always ask the coaching staff for their opinion and I would chat with other families about their high school experience and talk with your son. I have talked to most of you regarding this already. There are a couple of players on the team that playing high school would be a very good fit. It is a great way to gain status in your high school and everyone loves a star high school athlete!

Technically, no. There is a slight issue here. Our teams train a little different than most. There is also periodization – here is a great video to explain what periodization is – https://youtu.be/aaL80_VT-uU

This coming year you have to choose – player club during the high school season or play high school. 

The 2006/2005 are scheduled to go to a college showcase in North Carolina December 9, 10 & 11.

The EA rosters are fluid and while you are gone, your place will be filled by another player. It is your job to win it back on your return. 

Interested in Joining our Program?

Did you know? The EA allows players from other leagues like the MLS, to play jointly in both programs. Contact us today for more information. 

Tryout Registration Form

Section 1: Family Information

Section 2: Player Information

Please write out your child's birthday in full. We need this to register them if they are successful in being offered a place. We need it like this 12/20/2006 for example.

Section 3: Terms of Service

Waiver and Release: In consideration of being permitted to participate in any way, including but not limited to trainings, try outs, practices, playing, coaching, or being transported to or from games or events related to or with Elk Grove Soccer I, for myself, my heirs, my estate, my executor, my personal representatives or assigns, and all members of my family, do hereby release, waive, discharge, and agree not to sue Cosumnes Community Services District (CSD) and Elk Grove Soccer, its Board of Trustees, officers, employees, agents, and volunteers and will not hold them liability for any and all claims resulting in personal injury, accident or illness (including death), and property loss arising from, but not limited to, participation in any Elk Grove Soccer Activity.
SUPPLEMENTAL WAIVER/RELEASE FOR COMMUNICABLE DISEASES INCLUDING COVID-19 ASSUMPTION OF RISK / WAIVER OF LIABILITY / INDEMNIFICATION AGREEMENT.

In consideration of being allowed to participate in sports and athletic activities with Elk Grove Soccer, as well as all related events and activities, the undersigned acknowledges, appreciates, and agrees that:

1. Participation includes possible exposure to and illness from infectious diseases including but not limited to MRSA, influenza, and COVID-19. While particular rules and personal discipline may reduce this risk, the risk of serious illness and death does exist; and,

2. I KNOWINGLY AND FREELY ASSUME ALL SUCH RISKS, both known and unknown, EVEN IF ARISING FROM THE NEGLIGENCE OF THE RELEASEES or others, and assume full responsibility for my participation; and,

3. I willingly agree to comply with the stated and customary terms and conditions for participation as it pertains to protection against infectious diseases. If, however, I observe any unusual or significant hazard during my presence or participation, I will remove myself from participation and bring such circumstance to the attention of the nearest official immediately; and,:

4. I, for myself and on behalf of my heirs, assigns, personal representatives and next of kin, HEREBY RELEASE AND HOLD HARMLESS Cosumnes Community Services District (CSD) and Elk Grove Soccer, their officers, officials, coaches and/or employees, other participants, sponsoring agencies, sponsors, advertisers, and if applicable, owners and lessors of premises used to conduct the event (“RELEASEES”), WITH RESPECT TO ANY AND ALL ILLNESS, DISABILITY, DEATH, or loss or damage to person or property, WHETHER ARISING FROM THE NEGLIGENCE OF RELEASEES OR OTHERWISE, to the fullest extent permitted by law; and,

I HAVE READ THIS RELEASE OF LIABILITY AND ASSUMPTION OF RISK AGREEMENT, FULLY UNDERSTAND ITS TERMS, UNDERSTAND THAT I HAVE GIVEN UP SUBSTANTIAL RIGHTS BY SIGNING IT AND AM SIGNING IT FREELY AND VOLUNTARILY WITHOUT ANY INDUCEMENT.

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