Questions? Call us: (916) 682-6500
info@elkgrovesoccer.com
 
Questions? Call us: (916) 682-6500
info@elkgrovesoccer.com

Elk Grove Soccer AGM

Elk Grove, CA

Elk Grove Soccer Annual Meeting: December 10, 2018, at 7:00 p.m.

9766 Waterman Road, Suite H, Elk Grove

Nominating Committee Recommendations

President: Debra Carlton

2nd Vice President: Jason Greer

Board Member Top Soccer: Cheryl Russell

Board Member Rancho Murieta: Doug Mattos

Board Member At Large: Dan Templeton

Elk Grove Soccer is the largest combined recreation and competitive soccer organization in northern California, with over 4,725 recreation soccer players and 1,520 competitive soccer players.  The organization also hosts a league for children with mental and physical disabilities so they can enjoy the beautiful game of soccer  www.elkgrovesoccer.com

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Elk Grove Soccer will receive 20% of the sales that they bring into Leatherby’s during the above allotted times. Just mention the fundraiser or give this invitation to the cashier when you pay your bill to ensure that they receive a percentage of your purchase.

BJ’s Restuarant
9237 Laguna Springs Drive
Elk Grove, CA
Monday May 7th from 3pm to 10pm

Bring the attached flyer and 20% of the food and soft beverage sales will go to our scholarship fund.

Elk Grove Soccer Flyer

Elk Grove Soccer, for the month of February, will be offering free small sided games to all 06 girls and boys players that participated in the Elk Grove Soccer Recreation season, Fall of 2017

The small sided games will be overseen by Benjamin Ormsby and Greg Rubendall, The U13 – U19 Girls and Boys Director of Coaching for Elk Grove Soccer Club.

The Sessions will take place Friday, on the artificial turf fields at Bartholomew Sports Complex. Sessions will start at 6:00pm and end at 7:00pm.The sessions will start with a group warm up that focuses on individual ball skills and ball manipulation. After their warm up, they will be grouped into teams of 3-5 players per team and placed into games.

Benefits of Small Sided Games:
 Pressure free playing environment
 5x more touches on the ball
 3x more 1v1 encounters
 Faster speed of play
 Demands better special awareness
 Goals are scored on average every 2 minutes
Ball is out of play 8% of the time vs. 34% of the time in a larger game

Days: Friday
Dates: February 2, 9, 16, 23
Session Start Time: 6:00pm
Session end Time: 7:00pm
Where: Bartholomew Sports Complex Field 4
Address: 10150 Franklin High Rd, Elk Grove, CA 95757
What: Small Sided Games
Who: 06 Girls and Boys
When: Month of February