SAN JOSE, Calif — Cal North is proud to host official U.S. Soccer Federation courses and make them available to all coaches in Northern California.
In collaboration with the San Jose Earthquakes, this course will be taking place at PayPal Park facilities and will be an unique experience for all coaches attending.
“We are excited to partner with Cal North to continue to provide coaching education opportunities in the Bay Area," said Shea Salinas, Club Ambassador and Head of Youth Soccer Partnerships for the San Jose Earthquakes. "Our facilities will be a great learning environment for coaches looking to develop and grow their impact in youth soccer. US Soccer has good coaching resources, and we are eager to help make them accessible to parents and coaches," he added.
The U.S. Soccer C License hosted by Cal North is an online and in-person course. This blended format combines an online experience, assignments, small group meetings, independent learning, and in-person meeting.
"I am super excited about the opportunity to work with the San Jose Earthquakes organization and to help provide this course," said Jeremy Williams, Cal North District 2 Administrator. "I think there are some great things we can do to engage with the community and provide a worthwhile, lasting and valuable experience for the student coaches that enroll in the course."
Upcoming U.S. Soccer National "C" License Courses
About Cal North Soccer Association
Cal North is the original youth soccer organization in Northern California, who has served generations of players, coaches, leagues, and clubs with storied histories. Cal North is a member of a much larger soccer community, and as a member, you are also a member of this world community. Players register to play with one of the more than 200 clubs or leagues formed by Cal North. Through affiliation, our leagues and clubs are also members of US Youth Soccer, US Soccer, and US Futsal. US Soccer, along with over 197 other national soccer organizations, are members of FIFA, the Federation Internationale de Football Association. FIFA serves as the international governing body for soccer and US Soccer has been a member since 1913. Together, local, national and international organizations form a family of support for the young soccer players of Cal North.