The purpose of recreational youth soccer in SASC is the development of the soccer playing ability of the child.
Safety, fun, excitement, and player skill development are the primary focus of the program.
Regardless of the ability of a child, everyone deserves an equal chance to play and to learn in a safe, positive, and supportive environment.
SASC also offers a higher level of play within its Competitive Program.
SASC is pleased to announce our Sunnyvale➃ Soccer classes for Spring 2024.
Sunnyvale➃ Soccer is a series of soccer classes tailored for beginner 4 and 5 year-old boys and girls. Using a player-centric approach, the program will focus on social, emotional, cognitive, and physical development. Within this "discovery phase" players will be encouraged to explore movement with and without the ball through basic ball manipulation and fundamental movement skills. With a focus on "me and my ball" and "me and my friends," participants will be introduced to activities incorporating parallel and associative play. The program is designed as an entry level step on the pathway to entering our recreational and competitive games-based programs.
The classes are led by our Director of Coaching, Andrew Ransome, with an emphasis on inclusion, participation and fun.
These co-ed classes will be held on Wednesdays from 4:15pm to 4:55pm.
Sunnyvale4Soccer There are two 5-week sessions available:
SASC will host a series of mid-week training sessions for recreational players over the winter.
6 sessions: Jan 10, 2024 - Feb 14, 2024 (Wednesdays)
Hosted by SASC-provided coaches, and led by our Director of Coaching, Andrew Ransome.
Registration for these sessions is now closed. More information can be found here.
If you missed the registration window for any of our recreational soccer programs and would like to hear from us when registration opens for next season, you can add your email address to our contact list here.
For more information, please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org