Recreational Spring Soccer Clinics

2021-08-27T16:42:42-07:00August 25th, 2021|

Spring clinics are over. Please check back!

2021-2022 Coaching Assignments

2021-04-19T23:42:03-07:00April 18th, 2021|

RAGE 2021 Coaching Assignments

RAGE New Coaches and College Recruiting Panel Webinar

2020-04-27T20:20:03-07:00April 24th, 2020|

RAGE Webinar Series: College Recruiting Panel

Featuring current and former RAGE staff with extensive college coaching experience and expertise in every collegiate division

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When: Monday, April 27th @ 3pm
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The format will include open Q&A from attendees, so please come ready to participate!
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Moderated by: Erin Sharpe, RAGE DOC
Former Head Coach, Colorado Mesa University
Played at Santa Clara University

Meet Our Panelists

Tina Estrada
Tina EstradaAssociate Head Coach, San Jose State
Former RAGE Coach and Alum
Former Associate Head Coach, St. Mary’s College; Assistant Coach, DePaul University
Played at Santa Clara University
NCAA Division I Panelist
Lorna Brownlie
Lorna BrownlieAssistant Coach, Cal Berkeley and RAGE Director of Goalkeeping
Former Head Coach, Auburn University at Montgomery; Assistant Coach, University of the Pacific
Played at University of Mobile
NCAA Division I & II and NAIA Panelist
Alena Thom
Alena ThomRAGE Technical Staff, 2008-2006 (11v11 Stage I) Age Group Coordinator and 2020-2021 season 2005 (U16) ECNL Head Coach
Former Assistant Coach, Wake Forest University; Chabot College
Played at Wake Forest University
NCAA Division I and Community College Panelist
Mike Herman
Mike Herman2020-2021 season RAGE 2004 (U17) ECNL Head Coach
Former Head Coach, Holy Names University; Assistant Coach, University of Hawaii; University of San Francisco; San Francisco State University
Played at St. Mary’s College and Holy Names University
NCAA Division I & II Panelist
Jonathan Decker
Jonathan Decker2020-2021 season RAGE 2012 (u9) Elite and 2008 (U13) Premier Head Coach
Former Assistant Coach, California Lutheran University; Moorpark College
Played at CSU Monterey Bay
NCAA Division II & III and Community College Panelist
Toby Frohlich
Toby FrohlichRAGE Technical Staff, 2010-2009 (9v9) Age Group Coordinator and 2020-2021 season 2007 (U14) ECNL Head Coach
Former Assistant Coach, Wright State University; Northern Kentucky University
Played at Northern Kentucky University
NCAA Division I Panelist

Opening Day Parade

2019-08-26T15:08:06-07:00August 21st, 2019|

2019 Opening Day Parade – Sat Aug 24

Hi RAGE families! Saturday, August 24 is our annual parade and we’re very excited to kick-off a new season. We are still looking for volunteers and teams U12 and up who might want to act as “Big Sisters” and walk with a younger team. It’s a great opportunity for the older girls to be role models for younger girls who look up to them for nothing more than being themselves. All details are below, please contact if you are interested in volunteering.

Opening Day Parade – 50th Anniversary!

The first Pleasanton Youth Soccer Parade took place in 1969 and we are very excited to continue this tradition for its 50th anniversary! The parade has become a fun event for all Pleasanton families to enjoy and we hope you will all join us in this great chance to bond as one community.


The success of the parade relies on our fantastic volunteers who assist in making everything run smoothly. We have several roles which we ask for volunteers to fill:

  • Parade Route Monitors ( 6am-8:30am)
  • Age Group Sign Holders (6:30am-End of parade)
  • Set-up/Cleanup (6am-End of parade)

Please contact if you are able to volunteer. We thank you for all your support!

Big Sister/Little Sister Pairings

RAGE would like to reiterate that the parade is an event for ALL our age groups. In past seasons we have had older teams connect with younger teams to walk together during the parade as Big Sister/Little Sister pairs. It’s a great experience for all the girls involved! If your team is interested in participating in the parade as a Big or Little Sister team, please contact


  • 6:45am: If you are attending the parade this year, please arrive at St. Mary and Main in downtown Pleasanton to line up and assemble with your team. 
    • Teams will line up by age group, the youngest in the front and oldest in the back. 
    • RAGE teams will line up on one half of the street, BUSC (boys) on the other.
    • Arrive early as parking can be difficult, and lining the teams up takes some time. 
  • 7:30am: Parade starts.   
    • Route:  South on Main, west on Angela, north on Peters, end at Peters and St. Mary.
  • Keep our downtown clean 
    • Please do not create costumes that shed – NO feathered boas, beads, or tinsel,
      all of which require hours of post parade cleanup by members of our club.
    • Do not throw candy or trinkets – doing so is a violation of our parade permit.
    • Make sure empty donut boxes, cups, etc find a trash can or are packed out.

2018 Tryouts

2018-05-14T13:02:55-07:00May 14th, 2018|

RAGE Placement Dates

RAGE Try Out Placement registration will open on April 16, please check back at that time.

If your daughter is interested in trying out for a Rage team for the 2018 soccer season, now is her chance!  Please register online prior to the placement date(s).

Please see the tables below for placement information. Please check the website frequently for location changes and other pertinent information.
Program Information will also be available at placements.

Current Season Placement Schedule:

Birth Year Date Time Location
2010/2011 May 12, 2018 &
May 14, 2018
Patelco Sports Complex
Val Vista 3
2009 May 15, 2018 &
May 16, 2018
4pm-5:30pm Val Vista 3
2008 May 17, 2018 &
May 18, 2018
4pm-5:30pm Val Vista 3
2007 May 17, 2018 &
May 18, 2018
6pm-7:30pm Val Vista 3
2006 May 12, 2018 &
May 14, 2018
Patelco Sports Complex
Val Vista 3
2005 May 15, 2018 &
May 16, 2018
6pm-7:30pm Val Vista 3
2004 May 21, 2018 &
May 22, 2018
6pm-7:30pm Patelco Sports Complex
2003 May 21, 2018 &
May 22, 2018
4pm-5:30pm Patelco Sports Complex
2002 May 21, 2018
Callbacks: May 23 & May 24

CB: 7pm-8:30pm

Patelco Sports Complex
2001/2000 May 22, 2018
Callbacks: May 23 & May 24

CB: 7pm-8:30pm

Patelco Sports Complex

PATELCO IS AN ALL WEATHER FIELD – Placements will take place rain or shine.

Patelco Sports Complex
7001 Pleasanton Ave
Pleasanton, CA 94566

Val Vista Park
7350 Johnson Dr
Pleasanton, CA 94588

2018 RAGE Executive Committee

2018-02-20T11:14:09-08:00January 16th, 2018|

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.

Holiday Gifts for Local Kids and Families

2017-02-06T23:39:00-08:00January 2nd, 2017|

Holiday Gifts for Local Kids and Families

Our service project was working with the Pleasanton Police Department to deliver Holiday Gifts to kids and families around Pleasanton who don’t have a lot of money to buy gifts. The P.P.D (Pleasanton Police Department) gave us a list of kids by age and gender that were in need of gifts. We shared that list with our soccer team and asked them to donate gifts for our project. Some people donated money for us to pick out the gifts instead. We also asked for donations from our friends and family as well. We then took the money that was donated and went shopping for the kids on the list we still needed gifts for which was fun! We ended up having a gift for all of the kids on the list! When we donated all the gifts to the P.P.D they told us we could go out with them to deliver them! We met the officer at the police station on Dec. 20th, 2016. They told us which items we would be delivering, and introduced us to the officer that would be helping us. He let us load up a wagon and wheel them to the car and load them in. We got to ride in the police car, even though there wasn’t any lights it was pretty cool. We made lots of stops and everyone was very thankful. We felt very happy we were able to give to kids who might not have gotten a present during the holidays! It reminded us to be thankful for what we have and to always give more than we receive. It definitely made us feel happy that day to make others smile.

-Camryn Hobizal and Daniela Robinson, 05 Grey RAGE

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