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We Inspire a Life-Long Passion for the Beautiful Game of Soccer

Whatever role you are most comfortable in: a player, referee, coach or fan, Vikings has the resources to facilitate your soccer passion.

About San Francisco Vikings

  • Non-Profit Soccer Organization 501c3
  • SFRPD Approved "Public Benefit" Club
  • 32 Coaches on Staff
    • Commitment to Equal Opportunity for Women
      • Female President and 10 Female Coaches
    • Commitment to Coach Education
      • Club has helped 24 of 32 Coaches achieve US Soccer Federation “D” License or higher
  • Focus on player skill acquisition 
    • Managed growth without stress for players and parents
    • Supplemental fields, gyms, and extensive camps offer additional training time unique in San Francisco
  • Overseen by volunteer board; 100% of club fees go back into programs for players

Looking For Microsoccer? Click Here!

This link will take you to the San Francisco Microsoccer Homepage.

Mission Statement

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.

Meet Our President:

Libby Rappolt

Libby Rappolt

SFVSC Club President

Take A Test Drive: Attend a practice session

If you would like to see what a Vikings practice is like, you can register here to take a  free "test drive" . 

The practice participation is dependent on the player status: players without a team, or currently registered on a recreational team, may actively participate. Players currently registered on a competitive team may only watch the practice and ask questions to the coach and players.

 

Summer Camp Information

Registration for 2018 Summer Camp is now live!


Rain-out information

Field closures are determined by SF Parks and Recreation.

Turf fields do not close when it rains. They close if there is lightning. 


Tryout Timeline

The SFVSC will hold a Club Information Night on May 7th, at 7:30pm, at the County Fair Building in Golden Gate Park. At this event, parents can meet the SFVSC coaches for their child's age group, and ask questions about the various team commitments.

You may register your child for tryouts by clicking here.

The official tryouts for birth year 2010-2005 are May 12/13 weekend, and the time slots will be drawn by lottery on April 24th.

The official SFRPD document is below. The first date that a player can commit to a club is May 18th. Rosters are due on May 24th.

If a player wishes to remain in a recreational program, that registration can begin April 15th. If a recreational player wishes to try a competitive practice, that can happen after the Soccer Fair, by appointment.

Players who are born 2004-2000 are not allowed to tryout until May 21st, and rosters are due by May 29th

Tryouts

Tryouts for the fall 2018-19 teams will start May 12, 2018.

For more detailed information about tryouts , you can click here to go to the tryout page.

You may register your child for tryouts by clicking here.

How does San Francisco Vikings compare to other clubs?

SF Vikings has existed for over 90 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 develpment from microsoccer to the highest level available in San Francisco, the NPL teams in SF Elite Academy. 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. 

Injury Prevention & Performance Enhancement Programs

 

SF Vikings Soccer Club is committed to keeping our athletes healthy!  Since January 2015, we have partnered with Operation Zero, a local business whose mission is to reduce injury rates and optimize athletic performance in female athletes.  Owned and operated by a licensed physical therapist, Operation Zero brings clinical knowledge and current research to hands-on injury prevention programs at each team's practice site.  For program details and results, user-friendly resources, and home exercises, please visit www.operationzero.org.

Donate to SF Vikings Soccer Club

 The SF Vikings Soccer Club is a 501c3 charitable organization, who 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 .

http://fs18.formsite.com/sfvsc/form64/index.html

SFVSC Tax ID# 94-6138213

 

Help the scholarship fund and receive a SFVSC beanie or baseball cap


Coach Forrest Cadam models the SFVSC nike beanie

The SFVSC nike beanie can be worn with the embroidered Club logo in front or in the back. Make a donation of $50 to the Scholarship fund and we would like to send you this beanie or a black baseball cap with the embroidered logo as a token of our appreciation.

http://fs18.formsite.com/sfvsc/form64/index.html

SFVSC Contact Information

Office Hours

(415) 753-3111

Please call ahead if you are coming to the office to make sure someone is there to help you!

Monday -10:00am-4:00pm

Tuesday - 10:00am-3:00pm

Wednesday10:00am-4:00pm

Thursday - 10:00am-3:00pm

Friday - 10:00am-4:00pm

Email: office.sfvsc@gmail.com

Our Location


1434 suite ATaraval St.

San Francisco, CA 94116

 

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Club Contact Information

Mailing Address SF Vikings Soccer Club, 1434 A Taraval Street, San Francisco, CA 94116
Phone 415.753.3111
Fax 415.753.2555
Email office.sfvsc@gmail.com
Tax ID federal tax id # 94-6138213