Competitive Soccer Summer Camp II
Anderson Elementary School
4000 Rhoda Ln, San Jose CA
West Valley United is happy to host it’s second competitive Soccer camp! This soccer camp will offer competitive Soccer training as well as an introduction to Futsal. It is a 5 day camp with 3 days of competitive soccer training drills, 2v2, 3v3 drills, offense and defense positioning and scrimmages. We will also have 2 days of Futsal training, introducing the players to the basics and objectives of futsal training which include:
–Improves player’s decision making skills
–Provides players with more touches on the ball
–The heavier ball increases the power of players passing
-Develops the confidence in players to go 1v1 against their opponent
-Allows players to be creative in getting around their opposition
–Improves player reaction time
West Valley United 06 Boys win 1st place in District Spring Cup 2017!
The United 2006 team is currently seeking new players (2006 birth year) for the upcoming season!
We offer a competitive program that fosters individual player development as well as team building. If you are interested in our Open Tryouts (drop in practices), please contact Coach Leandro Peralta (Coach Leo) at 970.708.8930, email:email@example.com. We encourage prospective players to explore our program during one of our normal training sessions. Spending this time with United will give you a feel of how our team trains and operates, along with giving your son a chance to interact with the boys on our team. Parents are always welcome to stay and observe.
Coach: Leandro (Leo) Peralta
Coach Leo is a native of Argentina, living in California since 2014. He coached high school soccer team for 6 years in Colorado and is currently coaching San José State Women’s club team and West Valley United 06B. Coach Leo holds USSF E-D Coaching licenses/certifications and also a NSCAA GK2 license – Goalkeeping levels 1 & 2.
He has over 20 years of experience playing Soccer in Argentina, including Club Atlético Boca Juniors Academy and University of Buenos Aires first team.
Contact info: 970-708-8930
West Valley United Dominates at the 2016 Stanford Classic!!
1st PLACE – STANFORD CLASSIC D3 (05/06) August 2016
- WV United 05/06B White – Stanford Classic D3 Champions!
Congratulations to the West Valley United teams! This August has started out with a Bang!! The West Valley United 2005 Maroon, ‘05/06 White and the 2007 Boys teams each won 1st place in their respective brackets! WV United Maroon and 2007 teams went undefeated in the Stanford D1/D3 tournament. The United 05/06 White team lost 1 game to the team they would eventually meet again in the final. This time they would play “their game” and prevailed 4-0!
We began the season this summer with drop-in tryouts, weekly practices and ad-hoc technical training clinics. Throughout the hot summer the boys were on the field honing their skills, practicing their footwork and playing scrimmages in preparation for their upcoming season. We have a combination of returning players and new players and they are building great chemistry working as a team.
We have had wins and losses, however the boys have remained resilient and are learning with each win and each loss. We look forward to the 2016 Fall Season to begin!!
Update: Beginning Spring 2017, the United 05/06 team will be separating into 2 teams, creating a United 2006 Team.
WV United 06B wins Peninsula Cup Tournament April, 2016
The WV United 06B participated in the Peninsula Cup tournament this April, 2016 held at Foster City, California. On the opening day of the tournament, WV United team had a victory against Force 06B with 5-3. But later in the day they lost the second game to PAC Infinity by 5-6. The following day in the tournament the WV United team was more determined than before to win the first game of the day which would have moved them to the finals. Eventually they beat Peninsula Lions with 6-0 and moved into the finals.
In the finals WV United 06B being the Bracket A topper, played against Ravenswood Real Madrid 06B who were the Bracket B topper. Both the teams gave an amazing performance but WV United 06B won the finals by defeating Ravenswood Real Madrid 06B by 4-3. From the beginning of the tournament, the WV United team players were very determined and confident to win the Peninsula Cup. Finally winning the Peninsula Cup have made the players very happy and more determined to win the games scheduled in the coming days. The full standings are here.
There are many new players in the team but United’s continuous effort to make the players perform better and competent shows up in each game they play. The practice sessions are scheduled and are tuned to improve each player’s skills. The players of WV United team follow the mantra of “Hard Work and Focus”. Besides everything the players of this team just love soccer!
By Nazreen Kar