Objective is to bring the LJ Impact Teams together to work on skills and development with an emphasis on FINISHING! We will also bring the kids together to build a “family” dynamic amongst our players, coaches and club.
AGES DATE TIME LOCATION
U7-U10 Nov 23-25 (Mon-Wed) 9am - 1pm Allen Field
U11-U19 Nov 23-25 (Mon-Wed) 1pm - 5pm Allen Field
(To secure spot payment needs to be made prior to camp, a limited number of walk-ons will be accepted)
Pictured left to right - Top row: Sydney Bold, Erin McGee, Clare Sandell,
Natalie Christmore, Erin Ellsworth, Cori Garcia, Amelia Mullen, and Coach
Kelly McDonald. Front row: Amber Marcus-Blank, Ashlyn Cole, Cate Alexander,
Gabrielle Rosen, Laila Rodriguez, Nicola Xanthopoulos, and Emma Hong.
Congrats to this BU8 La Jolla Impact team for a great tournament. These boys placed 2nd in a very exciting Finals match with Carlsbad Lightning.
After losing to Carlsbad 0-6 in Pool Play, La Jolla Impact played tough in the Finals and came back from 0-2 to tie it up 2-2 at the end of regulation. Fought and played well but unfortunately lost 2-4 at then end of overtime.
I am really proud of this group and how they worked together as a team.
Congrats to this BU10 La Jolla Impact team for a good tournament. The boys played well and worked together.
"Last weekend our boys BU10 team travelled up to Orange Country to play in the West Coast Futbol Classic.
This tournament hosts some of the strongest teams in all of Southern California.
After five games and an incredible team effort in record heat, our boys prevailed as the strongest of them all.
Led by Coach Marcos Gonzales, the team ran for five consecutive victories and was crowned WCFC Tournament Champion.
Congratulations to our La Jolla Impact Boys U10 team!"
Quick Facts: - Recreational Play
- Ages 4-14 (coed for U5 & U6)
- Season runs from mid/end August to November
- Free Clinics offered prior to season start (TBA)
- All Games & Practices are on various fields in La Jolla
- Games on Saturdays
- One practice per week
- Cost $225.00 per player
- First come, first serve
- Late registration fee after June 13
- No special placement offered
Please bring original birth certificate for new players only.
Registration form available online at our website Registration Form
Please complete form and bring it to one of the registration dates to save time.
First game scheduled for September 12
We accept checks, cash and credit cards, please make checks payable to LJYSL
We need as many of you to volunteer to be a coach as possible so that we can form as many teams as we have kids sign up. Please ask for a Coaches form if you are interested. LJYSL will help you in preparation to be a coach, and promise it will be a great experience you and your child will never forget.
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... SPONSOR YOUR CHILD'S TEAM ...BUY A FIELD-BANNER
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The money form your support will go towards maintaining and improving our Fields.
Good luck to our GU18 Impact Select team with Coach Kristin Jones as they compete in the STATE CUP Finals this weekend!
We wish them good luck on Sunday in their final game!
La Jolla Youth Soccer League would like to wish our GU18 Impact Select team with Coach Kristin Jones good luck as they have advanced to the State Cup Finals this weekend! After a very competitive two weeks of soccer, they advanced to the Finals by way of an overtime victory over Beach FC. A tied game after regulation saw the girls dig deep and find something special. They were able to pick up their game and pulled out a 3-1 overtime win sending them to the Finals!
The team will play Sunday, April 26, at 11am in San Bernardino. On behalf of the league, we want to congratulate them on their success thus far and wish them luck in their last step of their journey for the State Cup Championship.
The team lost 0:1 in their final game on Sunday.
GREAT RUN, - we wish you all the best in the future.
In the Forest Cup Memorial Day Tournament our BU7 La Jolla Impact team played 4 strong games and went undefeated to win the Championship. We had 3 shutouts and only allowed 1 goal and scored 31 goals.
They boys played great offense and defense and the goal of the tournament came from a bicycle kick from Thomas Yerbury. The boys had a great time and played beautiful team soccer. As a coach I am so proud of how they looked out there.