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Rancho Santa Fe Attack announces U10-U14 tryout dates

Rancho Santa Fe Attack recently announced its upcoming tryouts for Boys and Girls in the Under 10 to Under 14 ages groups. More information on specific dates, times and locations for the different age groups can be found on the League website: www.rsfsoccer.com .

Attack will be holding tryouts for Boys and Girls U10 – U14 the weeks of Jan. 27-30 and Feb. 3-6. The Tryout Flyer, along with the Tryout Form, can be downloaded from the League website. The weekday tryouts will start at 3:45 p.m. for all age groups. All of the tryout sessions will be held at the Rancho Santa Fe Sports Field located at 16356 Rambla de las Flores, Rancho Santa Fe.

The Attack competitive soccer program offers teams in every age group from U7 to U19 for those who are interested in a higher level of play. These teams are coached by a highly- qualified international coaching staff that train and develop players who aspire to play in college and beyond. (More information on the Rancho Santa Fe Attack coaching staff is available online at the League website.) Competitive coaching focuses on skill development in the younger age groups and tactical abilities for the older players. Skill development for RSF Attack players is always the focus with winning as the main objective.

Malcolm Tovey, the director of coaching, has been with the League for 16 years. Coach Tovey is one of the most well-known and respected coaches in Southern California, having been involved with youth soccer here for almost 30 years. Coach Tovey’s philosophy is that soccer is “more than just a game.” The League’s mission is to develop the passion for the game throughout the community and through soccer have fun, build character and develop an appreciation for the rich spectrum of the world’s cultures.

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“Our goal at Attack is to provide the Rancho Santa Fe soccer community with the resources and support needed to learn about the game, and for all youth who want to play, we pledge to provide the highest level of coaching and to organize quality competitions for all levels of play,” Tovey said. “We want to give each player the best opportunity we can to develop by providing only the best in all areas of the game.”

Questions about the upcoming tryouts and all of the League’s other programs can be directed to the League office at 760-479-1500, or by emailing Marilee Pacelli, director of league operation, at Marilee@rsfsoccer.com. Visit www.rsfsoccer.com to learn more about other RSF Attack programs, such as the Spring Futsal program, camps and the RSF Attack Fall Recreational program.


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