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Recreational Youth Academy Winter 2018

Registration is now closed. Thank you for your interest.

 

The RAGE Recreational Youth Academy provides a unique learning environment for recreational players to develop fundamental soccer skills. The goal of this Academy is to foster a passion for soccer and a greater understanding of the game while building a solid foundation of basic skills and technique. This training will add in elements to prepare young players for competitive tryouts for the 2018 season.  Players are welcome to attend whether or not they are planning on trying out for a competitive team.

The Recreational Youth Academy is open to all RECREATIONAL children playing in the Fall 2017 U6, U7, U8, U9 and U10 age groups (birth years 2012 – 2008).  This is a great way for players to continue improving throughout the winter months.

*If you are interested in joining a competitive team next year, start developing the skills you need in the Recreational Youth Academy this winter season!

 Academy Trainers:  Recreational Program Director (Megan Walinski) and RAGE Coaching Staff

 When:  January 9, 2018 – February 13, 2018 (6 week program) ; 60 minutes, once-a-week training session (total of 6 sessions)

Play Dates: 2 Saturday Playdates; Saturday, January 27th, February 10th – time TBD 

Where: Patelco Sports Complex – we will play rain or shine – 7001 Pleasanton Ave.

Player must bring cleats, shin-guards, soccer ball, and water to all practices.

 Cost: Rec Winter Academy is $100

Contact:  Recreational Program Director –  Meganwalinski@pleasantonrage.org

Register: Click on Register Today Button!

2017 RAGE Summer Soccer Camp – 2011/2010/2009/2008/2007/2006 Birth Years

The RAGE Summer Soccer Camp provides a unique learning environment for the recreational player to develop fundamental soccer skills. The goal of Summer Soccer is to foster a passion for soccer and a greater understanding of the game while building a solid foundation of basic skills and technique.

RAGE Summer Soccer Camp is open to recreational players within the 2011/2010/2009/2008/2007/2006 birth years.

This is a great way for players to receive professional training in a fun environment.

Register Online Today!
Curriculum Ball Control/Creativity, 1v1/2v2 Ability, Passing, Small Sided games
Academy Trainers RAGE Recreational Director Megan Walinski and staff
When/Where July 17th – July 20th
Monday – Thursday:  9:00 – 10:30am
2011-2006 Birth Years
Field Location Patelco Sports Complex – 7001 Pleasanton Ave.
Cost $105
Contact Megan Walinski, MeganWalinski@pleasantonrage.org

Register:                    Register online by clicking button above

Deadline to Register – July 8th, register early, spaces will fill up!                      

 

Fall is the main soccer season for league play in the Recreational program. Please see the Recreational Homepage for details.


2018 RAGE Executive Committee

1-12- 2018 Notice to the Membership:

On January 10, 2018, at the RAGE Board of Directors meeting, the
following candidates were elected by unanimous vote as officers of
the Club:

President: Jon Asmussen
Competitive Vice President: Martha Brown
Recreational Vice President: Mike Stewart
Secretary: Dan Allari
Treasurer: Ross Stonesifer

Their duties are effective immediately.

RAGE College Signing Night

Please join us in celebrating our competitive players’ and the Club’s success at College Signing Night. 

WHEN: Wednesday, February 7, 2018

WHERE: Marriott Hotel, 11950 Dublin Canyon Road, Pleasanton

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:

6:15 PM: Meet and Greet the Players

7:00 to 9:00 PM: Ceremony

Refreshments will be served

WHO: RAGE Players and Families!!

This is a night you will not want to miss!

The culmination of years of hard work and dedication to soccer pays off with our girls committing to play collegiate soccer.

Congrats to the Class of 2018!!!

Rage Competitive Winter Academy Soccer Skills

PLAY SOCCER, HAVE FUN, LEARN USEFUL SKILLS
The Youth Academy emphasizes skills and learning the “beautiful game.” It was developed for the needs of ALL
competitive players to get better. This development program will help players improve their soccer skills,
understanding the tactics and improving their game.

WHO IS THE STAFF?
The Rage Youth Academy staff is overseen by the Director of Coaching, Philippe Blin, and will consist of coaches
selected from our Rage staff coaches.

WHEN ARE THE SESSIONS?
Friday (Jan 19, 26 & Feb 2, 9, 16, 23) from 4-5:30pm
Sunday (Jan 21, 28 & Feb 4, 11, 18) from 3-4:30pm

WHERE WILL THE YOUTH ACADEMY BE HELD?
Jan 19, 21, 26, 28 & Feb 4, 11, 18 – Patelco Sports Complex at Bernal Community Park (East Field)*
Feb 2, 9, 16, 23 – Val Vista (Field 3)**
*Patelco is an all-weather field and sessions will take place rain or shine
**In the event of rain please call the Pleasanton weatherline for field status updates: 925-931- 5360

HOW MUCH DOES THE RAGE ACADEMY COST?
1 day per week = $95
2 days per week = $180

SPACE IS LIMITED – SIGN UP NOW!!

PLEASE NOTE: If you currently play competitive soccer for another club other than Pleasanton RAGE you must
have written approval from your Club DOC to participate in this Academy. Please email written approval to
tamieshadle@pleasantonrage.org upon registration.

Register Today!

Happy Holidays for Santa Rosa Fire Victims

For our RAGE Leadership Community Service Project, we decided to help the kids of Santa Rosa affected by the wildfires. My three teammates and I sponsored several Angel Trees, one per our four schools, by partnering with the Salvation Army of Santa Rosa. The Angel Tree program puts a child’s gift wish on an Angel Tree Tag. We also invited our whole team to participate by distributing 10 tags per player in addition to our 4 Angel Trees. Friends, family, students, and faculty would come and sign out a tag, or tags, buy the requested gift, and return the tag and gift to the tree unwrapped. We would each gather the collected presents weekly for the majority of December and then, on Thursday, December 14, a parent volunteer had to rent a U-Haul truck to deliver all the gifts we collected to the Salvation Army of Santa Rosa for distribution to the needy children. In the end we were able to spread the holiday spirit to over 800 children!

– Sienna, Natalie, Kanjanika, Saili, RAGE 04 Grey

Soccer without borders

When I was first brainstorming my project to help people one truly popped out in my head. It was to help refugees. I wanted to help the refugees that just came here from  a country in war  I could give them money to help them. The reason why they would need money is because they probably left all their things in their old country and they are really poor now . Therefore, I decided to raise money for them and that is when it all began. I really love baking cakes and baking in general so I decided to go to Walmart and buy all the supplies I needed because I was going to bake to raise money for them.

After I bought the supplies I thought of a few cakes and cookies to make. Then I called up all my friends and asked them what they wanted. All of them bought at least a few cookies and some bought cakes. I was really happy that my friends all helped. Even some of them gave extra money. I was able to raise close to $200 for the refugees.

Now I had to decide which refugee organization I was going to donate the money to. After doing my research, I found the International Refugee Committee in Oakland, California. The IRC provides opportunities for refugees, asylees, victims of human trafficking, survivors of torture and other immigrants to thrive here in the United States. This was the type of organization I wanted to support.  With the help of my parents, we were able to donate the funds to the IRC .

In summary, this was a really exciting project because I got to help people that are in need.

– Adrian Antonelli

The Rage 05 ECNL WIN!

The Rage 05 ECNL side finished atop a very competitive NorCal Premier league (Region 3/4/5) following a 1-0 win over Santa Rosa United ECNL.  Rage got out to an early lead, beating the SRU back line followed by a beautiful finish within the opening minutes.  Axel Thibodeau’s team staunch defending kept SRU off the board for the remaining 65+ minutes.  The 05s finished 6-0-2 with an astonishing 31-2 goal differential and are off to compete in the always exciting State Cup season.  Good luck girls!

Private Training

Is your daughter interested in improving her soccer skills? The following RAGE Staff members are currently available for private sessions:

  • Jose Torres
  • Darin Preszler
  • GERMAN LOPEZEmail – Germanariell@hotmail.com
    Phone # – (415) 424-0008
    I’m a licensed US Soccer Coach. I also coach at Foothill high school.
    I am currently the coach for Pleasanton RAGE 2008 and 2001 groups.
    I provide personal training for any age group.  If interested, please contact me.

Please contact them for further information.