ABOUT PROJECT 209: Starting in August, top athletes in the region will gain access to Valley Surf’s Project 209 program, hosted at the River Islands Sports Complex. Project 209 is an identification program allowing youth players to continue to play and train with their clubs while being provided the opportunity to showcase their quality and
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VALLEY SURF JOINS THE DPL.
VALLEY SURF BRINGS THE BEST IN CLASS SERVICE
Valley Surf is devoted to creating the ‘best of the best’ soccer experiences and opportunities for all players and their families. We are a proud member of the Surf Nation Soccer family, and are committed to helping youth soccer players follow their proven pathway to success.
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NORCAL SURF JOINS USYS NATIONAL LEAGUE ELITE 64
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We are proud to announce our acceptance into the Development Player League (DPL) for the 2022-23 season. It is an honor and a privilege for Valley Surf Soccer Club to join one of the top Elite Girl’s leagues designed to develop, identify, and showcase our players across the country. Our club, leadership, and highly accredited
NorCal Surf is excited to be part of the NorthWest division of the USYS Elite 64 League (E64) League,” said Adam Cooper, Walnut Creek Director of Coaching. “We feel this will be the best national platform for our players because of the elite competition, high standards and focus around player development, along with the regional
The 2021 Surf Cup Cup wrapped up on Sunday with championship games from Southern California. NorCal Surf’s 2005B, 2006B and 2008G teams claimed titles in their respective age groups. The 2007B and 2009G both finished as finalist. “I’m proud to see our NorCal Surf teams do so well this last two weekends. Results are nice, but