This Fall the field training options will be structured to follow the guidelines of the SF Dept of Health, the SF Dept of Children, Youth & Families, and SF Rec & Park. The training will be socially distanced groups of 14 children and 2 instructors following a program of individual ball work, strength, and agility exercises.
You will be able to sign up for an age-appropriate pod that meets either 3x a week, 2x a week or 1x a week, with instructors who will follow a curriculum tailored for the age of the group.
SESSION 4 runs weekdays from November 2- November 20th.
Each child will need to bring a ball, to facilitate minimal sharing of equipment.
Each child must wear a mask unless they have a medical excuse.
Whatever role you are most comfortable in (a player, referee, coach, or fan), Vikings has the resources to facilitate your soccer passion.
REMOTE SOCCER FALL WORKOUT PROGRAM – SESSION #3
here is the schedule:
Fundamentals (Level 2) – Monday 3:30 to 4:15 pm
Tekkers – Monday 4:15 – 5:00 pm
Strength & Conditioning – Wednesday 4:15 pm to 5:00 pm
Fundamentals (Level 1) – Thursday 4:30 to 5:15
See more details to the right, and you can register here
In the past, classes were designed by age. Our classes are now based on age and skill. They are also more focused. We wanted to give our players more options and encourage them to attend multiple sessions throughout the week. A 9-year old, would be best suited for our Fundamentals (Level 2) and Tekkers classes. However, we would also encourage him/her to give the strength & conditioning a try.
|July 27th||Start of Remote Summer Workouts|
|Aug 31||Fall Clinic Cycle|
The foundation of the San Francisco Vikings' Select Team Program is to develop the whole player. Our coaches provide an environment that encourages each player to achieve their highest potential, both as an individual and as a member of a team.
Through the spirit of cooperation and competition, our program fosters the physical and mental development that is necessary to excel at soccer in a healthy character-building environment that combines fun and excellence for youth soccer players year-round.
We would like to recognize and remember the great life of Ernst "Ernie" Feibusch. Ernie was a lifelong Vikings Family member who played just about every role there is, from player to coach and much more. He was also Head Coach of Lowell High School, President of the San Francisco Soccer Football League, and a National Soccer Hall of Famer.
Without Ernie, San Francisco soccer may never have grown to the extent it has. Thank you, Ernie, for everything you've done for us and San Francisco soccer as a whole. Your legacy and work will go on to touch generations of future players.
Licensing Implementation for Players First™ Clubs Philosophical Commitments of a Players First Club
• Players First™ represents our club’s commitment to placing the long-term interests of each individual player at the heart of every decision in structuring, operating, and managing our club.
• Players First™ represents our club’s commitment to providing a holistic approach in player development for all of our players, recognizing that the soccer experience must include lessons and opportunity both on the field and off.
• Players First™ represents our club’s commitment as professionals in youth development to expect ongoing learning, education and development from all of our staff members in order to ensure that our players have the benefit of best-in-class information and resources in teaching and training young athletes.
• Players First™ represents our club’s commitment to engage with and educate parents to help them understand and embrace the appropriate expectations and roles for them in their child’s overall soccer and athletic development experience.
SF Vikings has existed for nearly 100 years because its members are passionate about soccer. We are constantly seeking to improve training efficiency and focus on providing a pathway for individual player development from Microsoccer to the highest level available in San Francisco. SF Vikings believes that collaboration is a key component for success, and our teams work together and share coaches so that players have opportunities to move up or down to find the appropriate level of challenge.
Field closures are determined by SF Parks and Recreation.
Turf fields do not close when it rains. They close if there is lightning.
It is the important that all coaches, parents and players understand the concussion protocol.
Once a year, we need to collect this form from the parent of a participating child.
The SF Vikings Soccer Club is a 501c3 charitable organization that serves the youth soccer community. Every season we have many requests for financial assistance. If you are able to help us fund a needy child's scholarship, please click the link below. You will receive a form for tax purposes, and thank you for helping .
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Wednesday - 10:00am-4:00pm
Thursday - 10:00am-4:00pm
Friday - 10:00am-4:00pm
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There is metered parking right outside the office, and 2 hour parking along McCoppin Square.
Head into the door with the big San Francisco Youth Soccer logo on it, they are our lovely neighbors. We have our own office inside on the left.
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