US Soccer PLAY ON

US Soccer PLAY ON

US Soccer has established  guidelines and best practices intended for use WHEN AND IF your local authorities have deemed it safe to return to the practice field. U.S. Soccer is in no way endorsing holding practices or games in violation of any federal, state or local mandates.

 

Teleconferencing and Video Teleconferencing (VTC) Available at CSAN

Dear CSAN Member League Leaders,

   Due to the COVID-19 virus, you probably must talk with your team managers, team captains and/or board members and officers about the future of your respective seasons.  However, to avoid possibly spreading the virus, you should not meet in person.
   So if you are interested, the CSAN office can provide you with a free teleconference or VTC service.  If you wish to take advantage of this, you must call Norma or Rocio to schedule the date and time for your teleconference or VTC.  Only one such meeting can be held at a time.  Please let us know if you are interested in taking advantage of this capability.
The CSAN staff will be available through email and the office Cellphone.
email – office@csan.net
Cell (415) 513-8225
   Debido al virus COVID-19, probablemente deba hablar con los gerentes de sus equipos, los capitanes de los equipos y / o los miembros y oficiales de la junta sobre el futuro de sus respectivas temporadas.  Sin embargo, para evitar la posible propagación del virus, no debe reunirse en persona.
   Entonces, si está interesado, la oficina de CSAN puede proporcionarle una teleconferencia gratuita o un servicio VTC.  Si desea aprovechar esto, debe llamar a Norma o Rocio para programar la fecha y hora de su teleconferencia o VTC.  Solo se puede celebrar una de esas reuniones a la vez.  Háganos saber si está interesado en aprovechar esta capacidad.
Sincerely,
Tom
Thomas P. Moore, Ph.D., Colonel, U.S. Army Retired
President and CEO
California Soccer Association North, Inc.
(831) 384-3234

Coronavirus Update – Play Suspended Until Further Notice

To all CSAN Members,

The US Adult Soccer Association has issued a suspension of all soccer activities until further notice. USASA will reassess the situation and provide updates following this suspension.

The mandate includes all regional cup games, all affiliated league and tournament play and team practices, and in-person gatherings and/or administrative meetings. As members of USASA, California Soccer Association North is asking our member to follow USASA recommendation to reduce the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) in our soccer community.

We want to share the directive from USASA and their recommendations.

 

La Asociación de Fútbol de Adultos de EE. UU. ha emitido una suspensión de todas las actividades de fútbol hasta aviso adicional. USASA volverá a evaluar la situación y proporcionará actualizaciones después de esta suspensión.

El mandato incluye todos los juegos de copa regionales, todas las prácticas de equipo y juego de ligas y torneos afiliados, y reuniones en persona y / o reuniones administrativas. Como miembros de USASA, la Asociación de Fútbol de California del Norte le está pidiendo a nuestro miembros que siga la recomendación de USASA para reducir la propagación del coronavirus (COVID-19) en nuestra comunidad de fútbol.

Queremos compartir la directiva de USASA y sus recomendaciones.

Cordialmente,

Juan Carlos Zaldana

Executive Vice-President

California Soccer Association North

 

US Adult Soccer Association
March 13, 2020
Dear USASA Members and Players,
With the proliferation of COVID-19, USASA is hereby initiating an immediate suspension of all soccer activities until March 31 when we’ll reassess the situation. This includes all regional cup games, all affiliated league and tournament play and team practices, and in-person gatherings and/or administrative meetings.
USASA is committed to the health and well-being of its players, coaches, staff, and families. We’ll continue to actively monitor the situation and, as always, we encourage players and families to practice repeated and proper CDC hygiene procedures on and off the field, including:
  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth.
  • Don’t shake hands during or after a game.
  • Stay home when you are sick.
  • Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash.
  • Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces using a regular household cleaning spray or wipe.
  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially after going to the bathroom; before eating; and after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing.
    • If soap and water are not readily available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol. Always wash hands with soap and water if hands are visibly dirty.
Please refer to these resources for further information:
Center for Disease Control
 
World Health Organization

Remembering Leo Shoomiloff

Leo Shoomiloff


It is with tremendous sadness that we inform you about the passing of Leo Shoomiloff, one of the most outstanding members of our soccer family here at the California Soccer Association North. Until recently when his illness began to intensify, Leo was the President of the San Francisco Soccer Football League, a position that he held for many years. Additionally, Leo for many years has served CSAN in many different capacities and currently he was the State Cup Commissioner, always working hard to do the right thing for soccer, the sport that he loved. Leo leaves behind an outstanding legacy and a tremendous void in our soccer community that will be irreplaceable. We at CSAN would like to express our most sincere condolences to his family in such difficult times.

US Soccer – A Summer of Soccer!

U.S. Soccer
Hello everyone,

Summer is nearly here and so are some of the most exciting weeks of soccer this year! With pivotal matches at every level, we have so many opportunities to come together and show our support for our incredible teams and players. For all the latest information and the ultimate fan experience, see our brand-new website and our first mobile app. And be sure to check out how you can join Insiders, our improved loyalty program with the most access and content around our National Teams.

I especially want to thank all of our members at the youth and adult levels and the millions of players, coaches, referees, volunteers and parents you represent in thousands of communities across our country. The game is on because of you-because of your love of the game, your programming and your tireless commitment to bringing soccer to more people in more places than ever before. Thank you for everything you do!

Women’s National Team: On to France!
With three shutout wins over South Africa, New Zealand and Mexico in their Send-Off Series, our Women’s National Team is heading to the FIFA Women’s World Cup in France with their eyes on earning a fourth star. The roster is set and Coach Jill Ellis and the team are in final preparations at Tottenham’s state-of-the-art training facility before departing for France on June 7. Be sure to tune in to group matches against Thailand (June 11), Chile (June 16) and Sweden (June 20). The team, as coach Ellis said, “has the talent, confidence, experience and desire to help us win the World Cup,” and the USA is united behind our WNT (they’re everywhere)!

Men’s National Team: Aiming for a 7th Gold Cup Title
Currently in a combined training camp in Annapolis with several U-23 internationals, our Men’s National Team looks ahead to friendlies with Jamaica (June 5 in Washington, D.C.) and Venezuela (June 9 in Cincinnati) as they prepare for the Concacaf Gold Cup. With the provisional roster set and group matches against Guyana (June 18 in Saint Paul), Trinidad & Tobago (June 22 in Cleveland) and Panama (June 26 in Kansas City, Kansas), the men are on their quest for a record-tying seventh Gold Cup title!

Beach National Team: Heading to a 5th World Cup
Congratulations to our Beach Soccer National Team on a great run during the Concacaf Beach Soccer Championship. Although they fell in the final to Mexico, the team delivered decisive wins over Bonaire, Antigua & Barbuda, Bahamas and El Salvador and qualified for the Beach Soccer World Cup-their fifth-later this year. Congratulations also to captain Nick Perera, who took home the tournament’s Golden Boot as the top scorer with 13 goals.

Para-7-a-Side Team: Highest-Ranked Ever Heading into World Cup
Currently in training camp at St. George’s Park in England and competing in a series of international challenge matches, our Para-7-a-Side National Team is ranked its highest ever-fourth out of 80 countries-heading into their World Cup this summer in Spain. In a tough group, our Paralympians will face Iran, Finland and Ireland in early July, with two countries from each group advancing to the quarterfinals. Good luck to Coach Stuart Sharp and the entire team!

Youth National Teams: The Future is Us
Congratulations to our U-20 men who, with shutout wins over Nigeria and Qatar, advanced to the knockout stage of the U-20 World Cup in Poland. Coach Tab Ramos made some history of his own by tying the FIFA record for the most championship tournaments as a player or head coach-his 11th! Our U-17 men-despite falling to Mexico in extra time in their Concacaf Championship Final-qualified for a record 17th World Cup later this year. The tournament’s Best XI included four U.S. players, who dazzled throughout: Gianluca Busio Kobe HernandezDaniel Leyva and Gio Reyna. And congratulations to our U-17 women who swept two UEFA Development Tournaments, one inPortugal and one in the Czech Republic!

Development Academy: Summer Showcases and Playoffs
As part of our ongoing commitment to developing the next generation of world-class players, we’re excited to host the Development Academy summer showcases and playoffs in Oceanside, California in June and the championships in Irvine in July. You can find the schedule here.

Leagues in Full Stride
The best of MLS will face off against Club Atletico de Madrid in the MLS All-Star Game on July 31 in Orlando. The USL season is well underway, its first under the new USL Championship. The NWSL is into its seventh season and could get a boost from the Women’s World Cup, where 60 NWSL players are representing their countries in France, the most of any league in the world.

Open Cup Heads into Fourth Round
For the first time ever, viewers are able to watch every match of the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup on ESPN+. We’ve already seen thrilling cupsets by South Florida’s Soccer SoldiersForward Madison FC, and Orange County FC leading up to the fourth round on June 11-12, which will include the 11 third-round winners and 21 MLS teams.

First U.S. eNational Team
Last month, U.S. Soccer launched our new eNational Team, which featured MLS e-ChampionCormac Dooley (gamertag Doolsta) and runner-up Giuseppe Guastella (GGGodfather). Cormac and Giuseppe represented the USA at the first-ever FIFA eNations Cup in London and after a strong start in group competition were eliminated by China in their last group match. Our eNational Team is an emerging area of focus and another exciting way to increase engagement among fans, especially young fans, so that even more people share in the joy of soccer.

Soccer Hall of Fame: Class of 2019
It’s official-the votes are in and we have our National Soccer Hall of Fame Class of 2019! Congratulations to all-time leading goal scorer in women’s soccer and World Cup and Olympic champion Abby Wambach as well as Sunil Gulati, who led our Federation through more than a decade of growth and achievement. We look forward to celebrating Abby and Sunil and their many contributions to the game at the Induction Ceremony at the National Soccer Hall of Fame in Frisco, Texas on September 21.

One Nation, One Team
Finally, in partnership with the Armed Forces Sports Council, we were honored to salute members of the Armed Forces Women’s Soccer Team during recent WNT matches. Thank you to our Honorary Military Captains, Navy Lieutenant Emily Wilkin and Air Force Captain Ariel Saltin, both of whom will represent the United States at the Military World Games later this year in China. And as we observed Memorial Day weekend, we were delighted to welcome 96-year-old World War II veteran-“Harmonica Pete” DuPré -who we met when the WNT visited Normandy earlier this year-as he performed a moving rendition of the National Anthem on his harmonica before the final match the WNT Send-Off Series.

Emily, Ariel and Pete remind us that soccer brings us together as a country-on the field and off. We’re One Nation, One Team. In that spirit, good luck to all our teams, and go USA!

Carlos

CSAN State Cup 2019

CSAN STATE CUP 2019

REGISTER NOW! 

Regional Tournaments:

SAN FRANCISCO: July 20-21, 2019 Crocker Amazon

SACRAMENTO/STOCKTON: July 27-28, 2019  Davis Legacy Complex – Davis

 

SEMI-FINALS AND FINAL:  

August 3, 2019  Beach Chalet, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco

PRIZES:

Men’s Division

1ST PLACE $4,000.00

2ND PLACE $2,500.00

Junior Bracket

1ST PLACE $2,000.00

2ND PLACE $1,500.00

Women’s Division

1ST PLACE $3,000.00

2ND PLACE $1,500.00

Contact  CSAN to Register:

www.csan.net 

email: office@csan.net

Or call to register 415-467-1881

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