This is my first post in many months – I’ve simply been too busy at work and with family. But
The launch of U.S. Soccer’s Girls’ Development Academy (GDA) this August is probably the single most discussed topic in girls’
You are probably aware of ongoing discussions regarding head injuries in soccer (it’s much much worse for (American) football, of course,
These Football Times published a must-read article a couple of weeks ago on the big gap in coaching quality here
GoalNation published an interview with soccer legend Paul Breitner about youth player development in our country. Below is an excerpt
The above image is from the France vs USA game at the U20 Women’s World Cup on Sunday. It shows
“You are very strong technically and tactically. But you are not fit. Mentally, you are weak. You don’t push yourself
Some of you might be familiar with the Kleiban brothers already. Brian is a coach at LA Galaxy’s youth academy
Have you ever seen a professional sports team celebrate an opponent during a major competition? This speaks volumes about Falcao’s status
SoccerAmerica published a great article on one Bay Area family’s experiences in the Italian youth soccer scene. It’s written by
You might have read this blog post about the many changes in our Bay Area youth soccer landscape and also
My youngest participated in the FC Barcelona Summer Camp here in the Bay Area two weeks ago. My older two
The story continues: tiny Iceland, with roughly one-third the population of San Jose (!), qualified today in dramatic fashion for the knockout stage of the European Championship.
NOBODY expected this. Sit back and enjoy. This is futbol!
Iceland, with only around one-third the population of San Jose (!), played Cristiano Ronaldo’s Portugal to a stunning 1:1 draw
If you have any interest in soccer and want to understand the essence of the beautiful game then you ABSOLUTELY have