Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals and fund our mission.
Soccer is the world’s most popular and participated in sport, perhaps even your
children have had or will experience the passion, skill and lifetime value of playing it.
Let me take this time to introduce you to the Vallejo United Soccer Club. Our licensed
coaches and board members are long lasting citizens of the City of Vallejo. Established
in 2015, VUSC has a tradition of developing boys’ and girls’ soccer skills from ages 4-
17, as well as long history of fielding competitive teams that enjoy the game locally and
regionally. Even more importantly, VUSC has had a positive impact on the lives of
Vallejo area youths, their families, and the community.
VUSC takes their teams to compete across the Bay Area and Northern California. We
participate in the NorCal Premier Soccer League and our club plays every month of the
year. Every year we travel to Las Vegas and Los Angeles to participate in tournaments.
We started with two teams under Napa Sport Soccer Club in 2011, and during this time.
we have gone from recreational home teams to bronze, silver, gold, and premier teams.
This year we will be entering our sixth year (first with VUSC) with 11 teams and over
660 family members that participate in our club’s program.
We are pleased to say that Vallejo United SC has garnered many wins and recent.
championships (both indoor and outdoor). We are committed to excellence and are
transitioning from our current standings to higher levels of competition within and
beyond our region. With the help of our club, we have been working hard to provide new
opportunities to the young soccer players of Vallejo. With 165 players on our active
team rosters and more than four times that amount that train with VUSC, our mission to
make quality soccer accessible to all youth in our community is in need of financial.
The Vallejo United Soccer Club is guided by volunteer board of directors and dedicated.
parent volunteers. However, we are different from some other clubs in that we are a
small nonprofit club that does not receive any governmental or grant assistance. Our
primary revenue source is registration fees paid by families. Since these funds do not
cover all of the clubs operating expenses, families often must raise their own funds to
pay for equipment, training fees, field rentals, travel, and tournament entry fees
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