Now entering our 12th year, Breakers FC offers a full developmental pathway for motivated and dedicated players who wish to experience soccer at the highest level possible. Breakers FC is proud to be and inaugural member of the Development Academy and one of only three full Academy clubs in the South Bay/Central Coast area. We are the only full Academy club in the Santa Cruz, Monterey and San Benito Counties.
In addition, we are the ONLY club in Santa Cruz County to offer the NorCal Premier Pre-NPL program (formerly the U12 DA League). this is a new program only granted to Academy Clubs in order to better prepare players for the U13 DA, the U14 DA and the U13- U14 NPL league.
Development Academy teams are for experienced players who wish to compete at the highest level offered in the nation. With a focus on player development through meaningful competition and professional coaching, the Development Academy sets the standard for developing world-class players. Read more about the many benefits of Academy-level training and competition.
Our professional coaching staff is a key element of our player development. The Breakers FC Coaching Staff is composed of former MLS players, USSF A & UEFA A Professional coaches as well as Division 1 and 2 NCAA Head Coaches, including Ramiro Corrales, Zak Ibsen, Tim Martin, Paolo Carbone, Shane Carew, Raul Olvera, Simon Tobin and Johnny Olaya.
Academy Open Training Sessions are open for players who are not currently playing in a Development Academy team.
Players interested in attending these sessions must register online using the link below.
Breakers FC is proud to announce its tryouts for the 2019-2010 NPL and NorCal Premier leagues.
Breakers FC has been participating in the NorCal Premier League for over 10 years, and is proud to be the only club in the county to offer the Pre-NPL teams, a new program offered ONLY to Academy clubs aimed at preparing players for the rigor of participation in the Development Academy.
See below for more information and to register for 2019-2020 season tryouts.