SPUYSC is proud to introduce this quarter’s Player Spotlight, Jonathon Ray Torres better known as JT. JT was born in San Francisco and is 21 years old.
JT began to play soccer and for SPUYSC when he was 4 or 5 years old in 2002. He has played with the Jaguars,
On Saturday, May 5, 2018, the U-9 San Pablo Lions and U-8 San Pablo Dragons, along with some of their siblings, were selected by our club to escort the San Jose Earthquakes and Portland Timbers onto the field during their match. The Lions and Dragons walked onto Avaya Stadium and
SPUYSC selects Juliana Siderakis Herrera as our May 2018 Player of the Month. Juliana is 13 years old and was born at Berkeley Alta Bates. She is in 8th grade at Making Waves Academy in Richmond.
Juliana began to play soccer when she was 4 years old. She began playing for
On the weekend of October 28 and 29, 2017, SPUYSC participated in the Fremont Tournament with four of our Club teams. Two of our teams took first place, our U-16 San Pablo United boys team and our U-19 San Pablo United girls team. Two teams took third place including our
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Assistant Coach: Franco Salinas
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Franco Salinas-Assistant Coach
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SPUYSC is proud to introduce this quarter's Player Spotlight, Bryan Jose Moran. Bryan is 19 years old and was born in Daily City, CA. Bryan began to play for SPUYSC at the age of 6 years old and played for various San Pablo teams including the Stompers, Road Runners, Falcons,
SPUYSC selects Franco Arellano, Jr. as our July 2017 Player of the Month. Franco is 10 years old and was born in Oakland, CA. He attends Berkeley Maynard Academy and will be going into the 5th grade. He began to play with SPYUSC at the age of 4 years old
SPUYSC selects Joel Martinez as our July 2017 Coach of the Month. Joel is 42 years old and was born in Guanajuato, Mexico. Joel played soccer at Richmond High School and won the NorCal Championship in 1994. He also played at Contra Costa College for a year.
Joel became a coach
The Quick Switch – Blind Pass
Think about playing a pass or cross that will surprise the other team. Dribble to the right with your right foot and then swing a pass to the left, sending almost a blind pass to the other side of the soccer field. It’s the opposite
On 09/08/2015, the City of San Pablo hosted the ribbon cutting ceremony to the new Rumrill Sports Center, the new home of San Pablo United Youth Soccer Club and other soccer tenants. SPUYSC played at El Portal Soccer Field for over 20 years before enjoying this brand new complex for the children