The San Jose Earthquakes Beach Soccer team won the Santa Cruz Beach Soccer Blast PRO Division Championship by defeating BOB 4-2 in an exciting final. Alan Grady put BOB in the lead with an early goal, but 2 goals each from Yuri Morales and Harry Abraham helped the Quakes claim the title. This Sunday in San Francisco the Beach Soccer Blast will host PRO Exhibition matches. Don't miss the action!
Fun beach soccer tournaments!
SANTA CRUZ - Sat & Sun, June 18 & 19, 2016: Boys & Girls U9, U10, U11, U12, U13, U14, U15, U16, U17, U18, U19; Adult: Women, Men, Coed
SAN FRANCISCO - Sunday, June 26, 2016: Boys & Girls U9, U10, U11, U12, U13, U14, U15, U16, U17, U18, U19; Adult: Women, Men, Coed
Recommended roster size is 7-10 players, minimum # of players is 6, maximum is 12
SANTA CRUZ (2-day tournament): Teams play on Saturday & Sunday, June 18 & 19, 2016. Most games start at 9am. Registration deadline is June 12. Go to beachboardwalk.com/soccer and enter discount code BLAST2016 (case sensitive) for discounted All-Day Rides Wristbands.
SAN FRANCISCO (1-day tournament): Teams play on Sun, June 26. Most games start at 9am. Registration deadline is June 19.
In scenic Santa Cruz at Main Beach in front of the Beach Boardwalk (400 Beach Street), at beautiful Ocean Beach in San Francisco in the shadow of the Golden Gate Bridge (500 Great Highway).
Have a BLAST with your team at the Beach Soccer Blast youth and adult beach soccer tournaments this summer. Playing beach soccer is the perfect way to spend a summer weekend day with your soccer family. With an average of more than 10 goals per game, every match is exciting, fast-paced, and fun. Beach soccer is played 5 vs 5 (4 on the pitch plus a goalkeeper) which provides small-sided game play that is great for player development. Want to get a taste of the action? Check out these awesome photos from the event.
Your entry fee supports a great cause. Proceeds from America SCORES Beach Soccer Blast directly benefits kids in under-served Bay Area communities. Your participation helps ensure that more than 1,500 kids in more than 50 public schools in the Bay Area have access to high quality afterschool soccer, poetry, and community service learning programs provided by America SCORES Bay Area