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Breakers FC Academy Update 3/23

By Staff 03/26/2019, 3:45pm PDT

Saturday , March 23rd your Breakers FC took on local MLS academy team the San Jose Earthquakes in a full day of games. With our home field Cabrillo College still under construction the beautiful grass soccer facilities of Cal State Monterey Bay played host. The U13’s started the day off at 9:30am , followed by the U14’s at 11:00am , U15’s at 1:00pm , U17’s at 3:00pm , and U19’s at 5:00pm. With the rain gone for now the stage was set for a good day of academy soccer. 

The day started off with a tough result as the U13’s conceded early and were not able to find a way back. Both the U14’s and U15’s were handed tough one goal losses with the U15’s conceding late on after equalizing right before. The third game of the day was the U17’s who came out on top with a 2-1 win. Two brilliant strikes from Adrian Madueno and Jose Flores made the difference in a very competitive game against a strong Earthquakes opponent. The final game of the day saw your Breakers U19’s fall just short in an end to end battle.

Next weekend your Breakers go down south as they travel to San Diego. They will take on both San Diego Surf on Saturday 3/30 and Albion SC on Sunday 3/31. 

Breakers FC Academy Update 3/9 - 3/10

By Staff 03/12/2019, 5:45pm PDT

Breakers FC 3/9 - 3/10 Report 

This past weekend your Breakers FC academies had 12 total games over a two day span facing the likes of the Vancouver Whitecaps , Crossfire Premiere, Marin FC , and EBU Bay Oaks. With our home field , Cabrillo College , undergoing renovation we were lucky enough to call Santa Clara University and Morgan Hill Outdoor Sports Center our home on Saturday as well as Aptos High School on Sunday. Our Saturday fixtures saw the U15 , U16/17 , and U18/19 academy teams play the MLS academy Vancouver Whitecaps while our U12 , U13 , and U14 teams faced Marin FC. On Sunday , we played Crossfire Premier who travelled down from Washington as well as the U12’s playing against EBU Bay Oaks. 

Starting off on Saturday were the younger groups who enjoyed a lot of success this weekend. Both U12 age groups competed very hard and ended up splitting the games with one win and one loss. The U13’s played a very tough Marin FC team which saw both sides enjoy a lot of chances to finish the game which ended up as a 1 - 1 draw. In the final match of the day in Gilroy our U14’s enjoyed a comfortable and convincing 4 - 0 victory playing some very good soccer. In Santa Clara , the tough test of a top MLS academy seemed to be just a little too much as the Vancouver Whitecaps came out on top of all three competitive games. On Sunday , it was heartbreak against Crossfire Premiere as two games were lost by one goal, including a goal in the dying minutes of the U17’s game which saw them fall by a scoreline of 1 - 0. With a weekend filled with tough competitive games it gives us a lot to build on and look forward to next time we get the chance to compete against both academies. 

This coming weekend we have a full schedule Saturday , March 16th against Silicon Valley Soccer Club. The games will be held at Woodside High school. If you will be in the area please come out and support , here is the schedule:

U13 9:00AM

U14 11:00AM

U15 1:00PM

U 16/17 3:00PM

U18/19 5:00PM

This weekend our 2003 age group competed in the LV Generation Adidas Mayors Cup . In the group stages they won all three games . Scoring 10 goals and only conceding 2 gave them the #1 seed for the playoffs. They won their Quarterfinal game 1 - 0 against Heat FC 03 ECNL. In the Semifinals they won 5 - 0 against Heat FC 03 AS scoring all five goals in the second half. In the final of their Generation Adidas bracket , they faced a very tough and strong opponent in St. Croix Sporting. The team competed very well but ended up losing 1 - 0. 

As the tournament went on your 03s gained many followers thanks to their beautiful style of soccer. Head Coach Simon Tobin had this to say after the tournament “The U16 team completed the Mayors Cup in Las Vegas losing in the Championship game. The champions of the U16 Generation Adidas group are invited to stay and train at Real Madrid for ten days. It was hugely disappointing to miss out on such a prestigious prize  however the team won five games before losing a tight final 1-0. I was very proud of their results and their overall play. I feel we were playing the best soccer of all the teams and received some nice compliments from opposing coaches. The boys can be very proud of their achievement in very difficult weather conditions’.” We look forward for the upcoming Spring NPL season and watching the team grow.