- San Marcos Revolution
- San Diego Developmental Academy (SDDA )
- Presidio Soccer League (PSL)
- Coast Soccer League
- California Regional League (CRL)
- National Premier League (NPL)
San Marcos Revolution
The San Marcos Revolution competitive program offers professional coaching and a higher level of play than recreational soccer. Players will receive training and playing opportunities from our dedicated and USSF licensed coaches. We strive to develop the technical skills of each player while at the same time teaching them the tactical awareness that is necessary for team success. Our greatest hope is that each player will have a truly enjoyable experience and develop a life-long passion for soccer. In order to accomplish these goals, we have designed a specific curriculum that is appropriate for each age group.
Strength and Agility Training
San Marcos Revolution has an exclusive partnership with Olympus Movement Performance for strength and agility training both in their state-of-the-art gym and on the field. Improvements in an athlete's strength and agility helps increase their performance on the field and reduces the probability of serious injury.
San Marcos Revolution understands the important role goalkeepers play in the success of a team and that they have a unique skillset. For these reasons, we offer a goalkeeper specific program led by our goalkeeper coaches, Chris Toth and Chris Erdos.
Goalkeepers will receive training in groups that are age and skill appropriate. The schedule for goalkeeper training sessions will be set by our goalkeeper coaches and will be communicated to your child’s coach.
2020-2021 Registration Fees
The registration fees for the 2020-2021 competitive season will be:
- $575 for 2013-2014 Junior Development League (JDL) level teams
- $950 for 2011-2012 Presidio League (PSL) level teams
- $975 for 2002-2010 PSL level teams
- $1,125 for 2002-2012 SDDA, CSL, CRL and NPL level teams
Registration fees cover coaching, directors, our strength and agility program, our goalkeeper program, fields, lights, referees, league fees, and Cal South fees. The registration fee does not cover uniforms and any tournaments the team participates in.
We provide several opportunities to make competitive soccer more attainable for all families including:
- Financial aid to those families that qualify.
- Volunteer opportunities within our recreational program to earn money to offset the cost of registration including refereeing and field crew.
- Payment plans are available to spread the cost of registration over four to six months.
The San Diego Developmental Academy (SDDA) concept was founded on the dedication and hard work of some of San Diego's leading coaching directors.
Recognizing that while the success of San Diego's competitive soccer programs were of excellent quality, there were still some missing components that would help develop and advance the serious player to compete amongst the best that Southern California had to offer.
The concept was shared and discussed amongst other coaching directors. The enthusiasm amongst them quickly grew to where regular meetings were held. It was unanimously agreed that every idea, every plan, every action lead to "Long Term Athlete Development".
The initial group of qualified directors quickly grew and program structure began to develop to what we are now proud to call the "San Diego Developmental Academy".
Here are a few of the basic goals of the SDDA:
- Shift the mindset of younger players and parents towards development, instead of simply winning
- Manage conditions to promote overall development in the SDDA
- Focus on Long-Term Athlete Development (LTAD)
- Spend more time on the field than in the car
Presidio Soccer League's mission is to provide scheduling for youth soccer teams in the Southern California area and to encourage wholesome athletic development for the youth of our communities through competition, sportsmanship, positive coaching and positive example from all of its participants.
Presidio Soccer League is San Diego's Premier Competitive Youth Soccer Gaming League, serving the Southern California area.
We are a member run organization and currently serve over 50 youth soccer leagues. All rules and regulations are discussed, reviewed and voted on by our member leagues.
San Marcos Youth Soccer
San Marcos Youth Soccer is dedicated to providing the best youth soccer program in North County.
The specific purpose of this organization is to provide the people of the city of San Marcos, and its neighboring communities, the game of soccer, youth activities and special projects, which will help to develop good character and physical wellness while promoting respect for others, and a sense of community involvement.
"San Marcos Youth Soccer provides a locally managed program that offers recreational, social and physical development for children of all ages regardless of skill level and financial ability. SMYS encourages and promotes teamwork, player and volunteer development and community involvement through participation in our athletic programs"
San Marcos Youth Soccer (SMYS) is a locally run non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation formed by dedicated volunteers from the San Marcos Community.
With years of local experience and know how, our mission is to provide a family oriented soccer program that meets the needs of local players. A key difference in our program is that we are locally run and operated, as opposed to being governed by a National Organization. Our focus is the local players.
San Marcos Youth Soccer Organization runs an all-volunteer program. This means that all coaches, referees or administrators are not paid for their volunteerism.
We recognize and appreciate all of our volunteers as outstanding citizens of the community – Community Heroes - and treat them accordingly.
Without the volunteers, the kids can't play soccer.
We thank you for the opportunity to provide youth soccer in San Marcos.
The Coast Soccer League is one of the premier youth soccer leagues in Southern California providing competitive gaming circuits to over 180 youth soccer leagues with over 2000 teams.
The California Regional League is a division of the US Youth Soccer Far West Regional League, which consists of the fourteen (14) western state associations. The Far West Regional League will be divided into three divisions comprised of 1) the California Division: Cal South and Cal North; 2) the Four Corners Division: New Mexico, Arizona, Colorado, Utah and Southern Nevada; and 3) the Northern Division: Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Hawaii, Alaska and Northern Nevada. The California Division will receive two placements in the US Youth Soccer Far West Regional Championships. The Four Corners Division and Northern Division will each receive one position.
There are significant benefits for Cal South teams playing in California Regional League. They will face top competition, playing the best clubs and teams within each age group in the state of California. With state-based play, there is less travel and lower costs to the players and parents. League play will be in Southern California. Travel will be local with one showcase event in Northern California and one showcase in Southern California. Teams in the California Regional League are playing for placement in the US Youth Soccer Far West Regional Championships and qualification to the US Youth Soccer National League. The league play and showcases will mean greater exposure to U.S. Soccer National Team staff, top college coaches, Region IV ODP staff and Cal South Pro+ scouts at the two annual showcase events.
The Southern California National Premier League (SCNPL) is one of the twenty-one (21) Regional Leagues which are members of the US Club Soccer National Premier League (NPL),
The NPL has been created to provide a unified, league-based national developmental platform with the highest level of competition in given geographic areas, and to elevate and change the competitive youth soccer landscape based upon US Club Soccer's fundamental principles.
The NPL extends developmental principles espoused by the U.S. Soccer Developmental Academy into younger age groups and additional clubs, providing a platform for long-term player development. The National Premier Leagues (NPL) offer a platform for long-term player development by providing consistent and meaningful games between the region's top players and also provides opportunities for players to be scouted by the U.S. Soccer national staff.
Futsal is an exciting, fast-paced small sided soccer game that is played across the world and is officially recognized by both FIFA and UEFA.
Futsal earned the status of FIFA’s official form of indoor soccer in the 1980s as it was recognized as a scaled down version of outdoor soccer played indoors. It is a 5 v 5 small-sided game played on a hard surfaced, basketball sized court with a smaller, low bounce ball. Futsal is played with touchline boundaries and without walls.
Futsal places a large emphasis on technical skill in high pressure situations which can be translated into the outdoor game. The sport is a great skill developer as it demands quick reflexes, fast thinking and pin-point passing.
Futsal is played in all the continents of the world by over 100 countries with 12 million players. Great soccer superstars such as Pele, Zico, Ronaldo, Messi, Kaka and Katia grew up playing the game and credit futsal with developing their skills.
The priority in Futsal is to motivate players in an environment that is conducive to learning. The more pleasure kids derive from their participation, the more they wish to play and practice on their own. While their instinct to play is natural, their affection and appreciation for soccer must be cultivated. Futsal is the foundation to such goals because it:
- Allows players to frequently touch the ball.
- Presents many opportunities to score goals and score goals often.
- Encourages regaining possession of the ball as a productive, fun and rewarding part of the game (defending).
- Maximizes active participation and minimizes inactivity and boredom.
- Reflects the philosophy of player development.
- Eliminates complicated rules such as off-sides that may hinder youngsters from "playing"