Soccer in Alameda


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  • East Bay Youth Sports
    Bay Area Youth Sports' year-round youth football programs strive to build kids' character as well as their passing skills. Kids as young as 4 get their start in the non-competitive, co-ed NFL flag football league, whose high-scoring but contact-free games teach values like teamwork, self-confidence, and sportsmanship. The contact flag-football league takes the game's physicality up a notch, while the tackle football league pits kids in full pads and helmets against others of similar weight, age, and experience. Relaxed, family-friendly schedules help keep practices fun and casual at all levels. In the summer months, Bay Area Youth Sports hosts Bay Area Adventure Camp, where kids aged 5 through 14 enjoy a wide range of activities under the supervision of experienced staff. The younger ones are matched with those leaders in a ratio of four to one, so they're never far from helpful supervision, whether they're playing soccer or learning to skateboard or ride a horse. The camp is partnered with a variety of other companies, which lets them arrange amusement park trips, archery, indoor skydiving, and other activities that require a lot of equipment or any number of roller coasters.
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    101 Wilder Road
    Orinda, CA US
  • Camp Crusader
    Since 1975, Camp Crusader has helped children escape those maddening summertime lulls. Here, youngsters can develop old interests or discover new hobbies while attending any number of themed day camps. They can wallop home runs and score goals during sports camps, take their first step toward Hollywood during filmmaking camps, and even learn how to code during Minecraft camps. In addition to their day-to-day activities, each camp comes with several perks, including daily lunches and complimentary early drop-off and late-pickup.
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    175 Phelan Ave.
    San Francisco, CA US
  • SFF Soccer
    The newly revamped Loomis Field hosts the match-ups of SFF Soccer, from corporate challenges in the sun to coed and men's leagues under the lights. Designed with fun in mind, these intermediate and recreational leagues offer ample time for exercise and mingling. SFF Soccer also offers Cardio Fitness classes on the field to give players an edge in their next match or leg-wrestling battle with the ref.
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    34 Blake Street Apt 1
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Kicks
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    1071 Market Street
    San Francisco, CA US
  • East Bay Youth Sports
    Bay Area Youth Sports' year-round youth football programs strive to build kids' character as well as their passing skills. Kids as young as 4 get their start in the non-competitive, co-ed NFL flag football league, whose high-scoring but contact-free games teach values like teamwork, self-confidence, and sportsmanship. The contact flag-football league takes the game's physicality up a notch, while the tackle football league pits kids in full pads and helmets against others of similar weight, age, and experience. Relaxed, family-friendly schedules help keep practices fun and casual at all levels. In the summer months, Bay Area Youth Sports hosts Bay Area Adventure Camp, where kids aged 5 through 14 enjoy a wide range of activities under the supervision of experienced staff. The younger ones are matched with those leaders in a ratio of four to one, so they're never far from helpful supervision, whether they're playing soccer or learning to skateboard or ride a horse. The camp is partnered with a variety of other companies, which lets them arrange amusement park trips, archery, indoor skydiving, and other activities that require a lot of equipment or any number of roller coasters.
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    501 Danville Blvd
    Danville, CA US
  • World Cup Soccer Camps & Clinics
    In 1991, professional Swiss soccer player Ruedi Graf began World Cup Soccer Camps & Clinics as a humble operation with two small camps. Today, his team of 90 coaches interacts with about 5,000 children a year along the West Coast from Portland to San Diego. Despite their expansion, the clinics strive to maintain a 10-to-1 player-to-coach ratio in order to provide kids with individually tailored instruction. Sessions are divided by age group and skill set—U6 Fussball Academy camps introduce 5–6 year-olds to the fundamentals, the Classic Skills camp polishes basic skills and soccer concepts for 7–9 year-olds, and the Advanced Player's camp focuses on a more accelerated level of play for 10–13 year-olds.
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    2101 Holbrook Dr.
    Danville, CA US
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