WV United 07B Maroon

Competitive Soccer Summer Camp II

July 10th-14th

Anderson Elementary School

4000 Rhoda Ln, San Jose CA

5:30pm-7:30pm

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

Signup at http://bit.ly/wvunitedsoccercamp
Contact: Mike Agueros for more infomikeagueros@gmail.com, (408) 507 – 4453

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The WV United 2007 team is new to West Valley playing at the gold level and is already seeing great success! 

Coached by Cristian Solorio, this team is off to a good start and looking to grow. 

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 visit our training site: Train for a week!

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.

 

2nd Place MVLA Spring Cup Winners!

West Valley United ’07B Maroon – Starting off strong!

Congratulations to our WV Unite 07B Maroon boys team for wining 2nd place at the MVLA Bay area Spring Cup!  The team, headed by Coach Cristian Solorio and Team Manager Manuel Solorio are developing a competitive and skill set of young players.  They entered the MVLA tournament in the Gold/Premier bracket and fought their way to the finals against some very competitive and established teams. With a hard fought battle, they placed 2nd but fought with their heart and soul!

When is the last time you have seen a 9 year-old try a bicycle kick for a goal?  These boys are a joy to watch.  Coach Cristian does a great job of making the practices and games fun for them while making sure they focus on developing their skill set.  We are going to be seeing a lot from these boys over the next few years.

Come see one of their games or visit our Tryout page at:
http://www.wvysl.org/home/14239/fall-2017-tryouts/

We have multiple teams at different levels.  Our basic goal is to have the players develop together as a team.  “Develop together and stay together”.

Go West Valley!