Support Cardiff Soccer with Great Food and Drink

You can help Cardiff Soccer League help our kids by eating great food and drinking great wine, beer and spirits at  the Encinitas Wine & Food Festival, Saturday, June 4th. The fantastic fundraising event, sponsored by Rotary to benefit local nonprofits like Cardiff Soccer, is being held at the Encinitas Ranch Golf Club this year. Select Cardiff Soccer League as your beneficiary when you buy tickets and 80% of the money comes back to the club. Or buy higher priced tickets and 100% benefits Cardiff Soccer. The event sells out each year, so buy your tickets now!

BUY TICKETS

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Spring Soccer Camp, April 4 – 8

Spring Break Soccer Camp

Join Cardiff Mustangs Director of Coaching Kraig Chiles and his staff of professional soccer players and coaches for a field camp during Spring Break. The camp is open to any player from any club, rec or competitive level, age 7 and above. Our soccer camps always include an engaging mix of skill, game, and fitness activities that keep kids coming back again and again!

April 4-8, 2016
9am – 2pm

George Berkich Park (North)
1888 Montgomery Avenue
Cardiff, CA  92007

$175 or $40/day

Register online

Players should wear soccer cleats, appropriate soccer clothing and shin guards.  Players should bring water, snack, and lunch.

*Note: For single day registration, please be sure to register online for the specific day your child will be attending.  For check payment, bring check on day of attendance or mail check to:

Cardiff Soccer League
2033 San Elijo Ave. P.M.B. #411
Cardiff, California 92007

Mustangs Champions League Brings Players Together

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Cardiff Soccer League celebrates our Mustangs Champions League players and volunteers, who are coming together each Saturday to play soccer.  Organized by Canyon Crest student, Quincy Erturk, the program is co-sponsored by the Cardiff Mustangs soccer league and TOPSoccer, a La Jolla-based outreach program for young athletes with disabilities. Quincy also worked with Cal South, the California State Soccer Association, which donated the goal nets, balls and training equipment.

Champions3The program provides special needs children with the opportunity to experience and learn soccer skills by being paired with Cardiff Mustangs players. There is still room in in the program. For more information, see the Champions League page on our website.

The Union-Tribune featured the program in a recent article.  http://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/news/2016/feb/03/champions-league-soccer-for-special-needs/

 

SD Sockers Offer

SD Sockers Ticket Offer

Support our San Diego Sockers team and Mustangs coaches Kraig Chiles, Ray Reza, Eddie Velez, Nick Perera, and Chris Toth at their game on Tuesday, January 5.  Use the coupon code below for a Buy One, Get One ticket offer.

Jan 5 BOGO

Thank You, Cardiff Soccer Families

Cardiff Soccer Families,

We hope all of our players improved their skills this year, made new friends and tighter friendships with old ones, and had the joy of bonding with a team and learning one of the most important lessons soccer has to teach: You cannot do it alone.

That’s true for those of us on the Cardiff Soccer League board, and we want to thank all the people who help make it possible for us to provide our kids with the best possible soccer experience. We’re a nonprofit, which means we depend on many people to help the machine run smoothly, from coaches to team parents, generous sponsors, team fans, and field space from the Cardiff School District and the City of Encinitas. Our competitive program has grown substantially over the past few years, and we’re increasingly offering our recreational players skills clinics with professional coaches. We hope to integrate the two even more next year.

Here’s to a happy holiday season, and thanks for playing the beautiful game with us.

Jon Cohen
President
Cardiff Soccer League

Tryout Information Posted

Information for competitive Cardiff Mustang tryouts for 2016-17 teams has been posted on our Tryouts page.  Check here for information on the tryouts, including dates, locations and times, and prospective coaching assignments.  Please register online for tryouts so that we can inform you of any changes in dates or locations or any other relevant information.

Thanks for a Great Year of Camps and Clinics

The Cardiff Mustangs would like to thank all of our competitive and recreational coaches for the time and effort they put into our camps and clinics for 2015. From futsal to Free Fridays to our summer camps, players of all ages and levels had the opportunity to learn and develop their skills in a fun and engaging environment. This year, more Mustang, recreational Cardiff soccer, and other club players attended the trainings than ever before. We look forward to seeing everyone on the pitch again next year!

Champions League Buddies Needed

Champions League Volunteers

We need your help!

We are looking for soccer players at any level from any club to serve as “buddies” for our special needs players Champions League. Being a volunteer is a great opportunity to influence and touch a Mustangs Champion players’ life through support and encouragement. Community service hours are available, but the real gift of volunteering is the opportunity to make a difference through assisting on the pitch or just being a supporter and friend to a fellow player.Any interested players can sign up to be a “dedicated buddy” for all sessions or a “floater buddy” for one or more sessions.

Session Dates: January 9, 16, 23, 20, February 6, 13
Session Times: 3 – 4 pm
Location: Ada Harris Elementary

Learn More and Sign Up!

Mustang Champions League Announced

The Cardiff Mustangs Champions League is a soccer program designed for special needs athletes AGES 5-18, of all ability levels, to participate in the joy of playing soccer. Cardiff Soccer League is pleased to offer this program in conjunction with US Youth Soccer’s TOPSoccer (The Outreach Program for Soccer). Our Mustang Champions athletes will be coached soccer skills according to their ability and needs, and players will have volunteer partners available to assist and encourage them.

Players will be coached the basic skills of soccer according to their ability, not age, and all activities will be catered specific to the abilities of the players. The idea is to create situations where every player will have the opportunity to shine. The TOPSoccer and Mustangs Champions League operate based on the mission to “bring soccer to players who refuse to let their challenges stop them from playing the sport they love. The emphasis of this program is on development, training, and providing meaningful participation rather than on competition.

For more information, please see our Mustang Champions Information Page.