LAFC So Cal Youth Soccer Club in Woodland Hills – California’s Best Youth Soccer Program

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Club Details


Woodland Hills, California

Club Description

LAFC So Cal Youth Soccer Club in Woodland Hills, California is a soccer club that offers a unique partnership with one of the Major League’s finest organizations, Los Angeles Football Club. As a part of the LAFC family, the club shares in their community presence, soccer leadership and player pathway. The club has a proud history of winning six United States National Championships, represented by the stars in their logo.

The club was formerly known as Real So Cal, which was formed in 2006 by the merger of two prominent southern California clubs, So Cal United and Samba. Both clubs had a passion for player development, quality professional coaching and teams competing at the highest levels of youth soccer. The merger was based on respect, familiarity with players and coaches, and shared soccer ideologies.

The club is also a “dba” for West Valley Soccer League, which was established in 1966 and runs one of the largest recreational soccer programs in Southern California. The integration of RSC and WVSL was an invaluable asset to the club and allowed for true player development under one youth soccer “umbrella” from the age of four to age nineteen.

One of the club’s main achievements is their college placement success. Every year, numerous players from the club matriculate into the college ranks playing soccer at universities all across the USA. Some of the club’s players have also gone on to play professional soccer in various parts of the world and represent the Youth National Teams of different countries.

LAFC So Cal Youth Soccer Club strives to give its members the best possible soccer experience. The club’s mission is to develop players who are technically proficient, tactically aware, physically capable and mentally prepared to compete at the highest levels of the game. The club’s vision is to be recognized as a model of excellence in youth soccer.