Introducing the winners of the Cal South state cup, Real So Cal’s very own Girls Under 9 North Ranch White team!
Coach Tim Ward spoke about the journey. “The journey started back in January 2015 with our first state cup appearance. The girls were playing up a year, thus the challenge was a little above what they were capable of. However I truly feel that experience helped the girls coming into this years state cup. Since then the girls have given so much to their development. The focus and desire they have brought to every training session this year has been the key to their success.”
AS Roma has announced the addition of five elite U.S youth soccer academies to its growing USA Academy programme.
Those clubs – Crossfire Premier, Lonestar Soccer Club, Players Development Academy (PDA), Real So Cal and St. Louis Scott Gallagher – join the most comprehensive U.S youth academy program among foreign professional soccer clubs.
Please make sure to read this article in its entirety because the following information pertains to changes that will be implemented over the next two years. As of now, US Soccer, has announced the following two initiatives that will be made nationwide.
Edwin Rivas, former Real So Cal Academy alumni, was picked 37th overall in the 2015 MLS superdraft.
Toronto FC picked the RSC academy alumni in the 2nd round of the draft. Rivas, was discovered by RSC coaches while he was playing soccer in smaller leagues around the Los Angeles area. Rivas flourished within the Real So Cal Academy program where he helped his U18 team reach the Academy finals in 2010.
Coach Tony Cortez and the girls capped off an undefeated SCDSL Flight II season with their best win yet. It was a very exciting three weekends of soccer where they had to fight back late in games to continue to move forward.
Real So Cal welcomes SCV Magic in a new affiliation!
We are pleased to announce that Santa Clarita Valley Magic has entered into an agreement with Real So Cal which will allow for soccer program resources to be shared between the two clubs. Magic will be changing its name to Real So Cal-SCV and its players will be wearing RSC uniforms in the fall. We are excited about the opportunity to move in the direction of unifying our respective geographical areas and having the RSC brand adopted by SCV.