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AVFC TRYOUTS 2008 BOYS

All motivated, committed and talented players are now invited to attend our 2019-2020 tryouts sessions with our competitive Boys 2008 for tryout purposes. If you are looking to join a great team in 2019, Coach by Jarrod Cline simply attend a team practice at Lancaster Complex Tuesday & Thursday Field # 3 North. Please continue to check out our website regularly for tryout changes and location updates.

Contact: Mike Fountain (661) 713-4042

All players interested in trying out must bring a soccer ball, water,.

AVFC TRYOUTS 2005 & 2006 SILVER ELITE TEAMS BOYS

AVFC has established itself as one of the top competitive soccer programs in the area and takes pride in developing all level of players. We are excited to continue that tradition with an excellent staff of professional trainers, a great training environment and motivated players. 

We are looking for players from all communities who are committed to train and compete to the best of their ability. AVFC Programs are designed to expose players of all ages to the right level of competition and training to meet their goals and fulfill their athletic aspiration. Our coaches are established professional trainers with many years experience.

  • Tryouts will starting March 5th. & 6th. & 7th.
  • Field # TBD from 6 -8
  • Tuesday Wednesday & Thursday

Contact our coaches

Ozzie Lopez / ozzie892@yahoo.com

Christian Hernandez / chernandez99@hotmail.com

Manager: Kristie Jakeway/ blessed2bsoccermoms@gmail.com

Antelope Valley Futbol Club

AVFC is dedicated and serves the Antelope Valley Youth Soccer by offering excellent youth soccer programs.

We emphasize the four components of the game.

  1. Techniques
  2. Tactics
  3.  Physical
  4. Psychological      

 Our goal is the pursuit of excellence in all levels of soccer.

Come join our club !!!

DREAM BIG !!

KNOWLEDGE IS POWER

Congratulations to Bryan Lima ! Named to the 2002 Boys' ODP Team Roster will travel to Sweden in July 2018


From Bryan Lima

I started in AVFC when I was 9 years old. I made tryouts with the team that was U-12, 3 years older than my age. I played three seasons with that team Silver, them move to Silver Elite and Gold  Coach David López was the Coach at that time of Boys U-12 team. Coach David was the one who gave me the opportunity to play for AVFC. Later I was transferred to another AVFC team that was just starting at my own age of 2000 starting in Bronze until reaching Premier in that journey in 2015 was called to make tryouts for ODP in Bakersfield to stay among the 100 players from Cal South group of 2002 of those 100 players I managed to stay in the group of 36 and then stay within  the 18 players who travel to the Regionals in Phoenix Arizona where the following year I was selected to make tryouts for the regional team in Moscow Idaho in the camp we had 98 players from 14 states again I managed to stay among the 18 players that travel to Tampa Florida and I was also selected to travel to San Sebastian Spain to a camp of the club Real Sociedad in Spain and Antiguoko KE. with the Tampa Florida team I will travel to Sweden in July 2018 to the Gothia Cup tournament. I thank the AVFC Club and Coach David Lopez for all the opportunity and support. To all the Coaches with whom I have been since each of them I have learned. But the most important. I thank my Dad and my Mom who have always been for me supporting my dream. Also I thank  God for all this blessing.

ARE YOU READY?

JOIN THE REAL SPIRIT OF ATLAS FUTBOL CLUB !!

DREAM BIG !!

BE PART OF THE MOST IMPORTANT ACADEMY OF MEXICO, ATLAS FC. OFFICIAL SOCCER SCHOOL.

Christian "El Pato" Díaz, quien se formó en la cantera rojinegra, es el director deportivo de este proyecto en Los Estados Unidos, haciendo de esta academia, una nueva opción de formación y con reconocimiento por parte de Atlas FC.

http://www.atlasfc.com.mx/

CONGRATULATIONS TO BOYS 2007 FINISHING FIRST PLACE AT STRIKERS CUP !!

WELL DONE !!

CHAMPIONSHIP GAME !!

BOYS 2010 IN ACTION !

CONGRATULATIONS TO BOYS 2005 !!

CONGRATULATIONS TO BOYS 2005

FOR FINISHING SECOND !!!

WELL DONE BOYS !!!

CHAMPS !!!

CONGRATULATIONS TO BOYS 2003

FOR FINISHING FIRST AT  ALBION LAS VEGAS MEMORIAL CUP !!

TRULY THERE IS NO SHORTCUT TO SUCCESS !!

The Top 5 Soccer Coaching Philosophies

Soccer Coaching Philosophies

Are you coaching soccer, whether it is youth soccer, high school soccer or just for fun?

If you said yes to this question, then my next question is what is your coaching philosophy?

Whether you are coaching youth, collegiate, or professional players, you will develop your own soccer philosophy so that you can motivate your players on your team.

After all, you must know that not one coaching style is going to work in every situation and every new player that comes onto your team is likely going to require you to adapt to the talent he or she has on the court.
 

Here is a look at some of those soccer coaching philosophies and how you can implement them with your team and your practice plan. Keep in mind that your team may change over time, which will require you to adapt as well. But if you’re able to do so, you’re going to give your team a chance to be winners on and off the field.

#1 Fundamental Philosophy

Whether it’s Leonel Messi, or any other SOCCER superstar, they all played youth soccer at some point. For parents and coaches, soccer leagues are great to keep your kid active and interested in teamwork and sports.

The fundamental coaching philosophy consists of teaching basic soccer fundamentals such as shooting, dribbling, passing, and etc. If your players learn and understand the proper shooting fundamentals, your team will be a good shooting team no matter what offense you run. The fundamentals of shooting include proper footwork, position, follow-through, and so on.

This coaching philosophy is for coaches who have a younger team and loves “attention to detail” and also understands that the little things count.

Here are some vital tips when utilizing the fundamental coaching philosophy:

  • As a coach, it’s vital that you are able to teach the right fundamentals that will last with players for their remainder of their playing careers.
  • It’s also vital as a coach that you you are able to be yourself while teaching kids valuable lessons.

For children who are just lacing up their shoes for the first time, they may not be interested in scoring or even winning championships. And as hard as it may be for you to deal with that, at the fundamental level it is valuable philosophy to be able to implement.

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#2 Autocratic Philosophy

As children get a bit older, the assertion and required passion will shift from fundamentals to a desire to win and demonstrate a difference in talent levels. This is where you can utilize the autocratic soccer coaching philosophy and can excel.

These types of coaches make the decisions for their team and demonstrate a tough-love type of atmosphere in practice and during games. Players may not completely understand the passion that comes at this time, but as they get older they’ll quickly learn the importance and methodology that their coaches put into place.

#3 Democratic and Goal Oriented Philosophy

Democratic and goal oriented soccer coaching philosophies are often found within teams that may not have a superstar, but rather a complete team that can come together and be there best. You have seen the stories and heard of teams that were able to upset the much more talented opposing teams.

Well this wouldn’t have been possible without teamwork and a goal to drive to. Coaches who implement these specific type of philosophies put an emphasis on letting the team run itself and the players making the best decisions for the team.

In doing so, the main goal is to win games and achieve greater success. That doesn’t always mean that only a championship is the way of judging a successful season, but rather building as an individual on and off the court.

Their goal was to play fundamental soccer compete from an athletic stand point and out smart us on the field.

#4 Aggressive Philosophy

As players get older and certain individuals separate themselves from the rest of the talent pool, it can be difficult for a coach to keep everyone on the team together.

This is especially apparent at the collegiate level when some players are only there with the intentions of catapulting themselves into the professional. When this becomes the case, aggressive soccer coaching philosophies are seen by many of the best college coaches in the world.

Whether it’s Messi or Suarez, they all have a bit of edge to them that really makes their teams work harder and gets them motivated. These coaches are known for sticking up for their teams and pointing their aggression at referees, especially since they know that they have certain talent on their team that is there only to make it to the professional.

In addition, these types of coaches have to manage different types of egos. An aggressive soccer coaching philosophy allows for coaches to hold control of the team, while still maximizing the talent they have on the team.

Three reasons to be considerate when utilizing the Aggressive Coaching Philosophy.

As a coach, you have to be smart on how you use aggression as a coaching style. Any aggression should have a positive reinforcement. Be constructive not critical!

#5 Humanistic Philosophy

If you ever become a professional soccer coach or are a current professional soccer coach, you will always wonder why it is so hard to control players in the same way.

After all, asking players to run a set of suicides can seem to be a bit overdone when they are getting paid millions of dollars to show up. Instead, great coaches like Pep Guardiola have shown that a humanistic approach, which is where they implement a plan and let the players carry it out, can be incredibly successful at this level.

A humanistic approach varies in success, considering some players get paid and their production drops off. But when done the right way, it can be the most successful coaching philosophy around individuals who get paid extremely large amounts of money to play a game for a living.

Conclusion

If you want to become a good coach, you will first have to develop a coaching philosophy that fits your personality and teaching method.

Each coach has their own way of running their team. However, a lot of this has to do with the age level and the talent that makes up the team. With the philosophies outlined here, coaches have a better idea of what may be best to try with their team and how they can get the most success out of their players.

Whatever your coaching style is, coach and teach with passion!

 

Girls Teams

AVFC FORMING NEW 2007 GIRLS !!!

Making a decision to play competitively and participate in the tryout process can be both exciting and stressful.

AVFC is dedicated and serves & offering excellent youth soccer programs.

Tryouts Monday & Wednesday at Lancaster Complex Field # 7 South.

If you have any questions about the tryouts please feel free to contact us at rock6982@live.com or dlopez1122@gmail.com

Chris Vandiver @ 661-992-2371

And good luck at tryouts!

Scouting Atlas Mexico

ATLAS TRYOUTS

The Valley of The Antelope was dressed tonight with the presence of the director of departments of the Atlas FC of Mexican football in the Lancaster / Palmdale area.

Christian Diaz, former Atlas Player, gathered several talented players from the area for tests for children from 6 to 18 years for two days.
Learn more about these scouting and also the purpose of the visit of an Academy as prestigious as the Atlas of Mexico in Southern California.

 

AVFC HAVE JOINED FORCES WITH ATLAS MEXICO

CONGRATULATIONS TO BOYS 2002 FINISHING FIRST PLACE AT CERRITOS CUP !!

CONGRATULATIONS TO GIRLS 2003 FINISHING FIRST PLACE !!

CONGRATS  WELL DONE GIRLS !!

TRULY THERE IS NO SHORTCUT TO SUCCESS !!

CONGRATULATIONS TO BOYS 2008 FINISHING SECOND PLACE !!

CONGRATULATIONS TO BOYS 2008

FOR OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE AT  2018 KICKING' IT CHALLENGE BREAST CANCER TOURNAMENT !!

WELL DONE !!!

GIRLS 2008 IN ACTION

ThIS team is coached by Coach Javier Gonzalez

For more information  please contact Denise at (818) 916-9546 or

Coach Javier at (818) 339-3647

 

TALENT WINS GAMES, BUT TEAMWORK AND INTELLIGENCE WINS CHAMPIONSHIPS

CONGRATULATIONS TO BOYS 2002 !!!!

FOR FINISHING FIRST PLACE AT COPA MADRID

WELL DONE !!!

CONGRATULATIONS TO BOYS 2002

FOR FINISHING SECOND PLACE AT CALI CROWN CLASSIC !!!!!!

THE WAY YOU GET AHEAD IN LIFE IS HARD WORK !!

CONGRATULATIONS TO BOYS 2006

FOR FINISHING FIRST PLACE AT CHINO HILLS LEAGUE !!!!!!

ATLAS FUTBOL CLUB

AVFC Announces Atlas FC. (MEXICO) in process to join AVFC !!

Antelope Valley Futbol Club

Antelope Valley Futbol Club is a 501c (3) non-profit organization with a mission to provide developmental and competitive soccer programs for players in the Antelope Valley.

Our club offers programs for all youth age groups and levels. Your player can begin their soccer journey in our mini program, which is offered at age 5, and play until our top age group, U19. Gender is not a factor as we cater to both boys and girls.

Sponsored by Cal South

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AVFC BOYS 2007 SILVER ELITE & SILVER TRYOUTS

Our AVFC 2007 Boys Silver Elite & Silver teams is having try outs to strengthen their Silver Elite level team. Looking for reliable, committed hard-working athletes. If you were born in 2007 and feel you have the skills and experience, our coaches would like to meet you. Please contact Coach Juan Ruiz at 661-575-5743 or contact Manager Sandra Alvarez at 661-433-4362

Lancaster Complex Field # 9

6:00 pm. - 8:00 pm.

 

AVFC TRYOUTS FORMING NEW TEAM GIRLS 2004

Are you ready to make the move from recreational soccer to competitive soccer?  Wanting to up your game with one of Antelope Valley's largest competitive Soccer Clubs? Then we want you! AVFC is always looking for focused, serious and talented players wanting to improve their skills.

  • Tryouts will starting February 5th.
  • Field # 15 North from 6 -8
  • Tuesday & Thursday

Contact our coaches

German Aguilar at 661-317-8550 / paisa_1031@hotmail.com

Jessica Aguilar at 661-202-4371 / jaguilar0326@gmail.com

 

Four AVFC players were picked up by atlas Mexico!

ATLAS MEXICO Scouting Was Successful

AVFC TRYOUTS 2006 & 2007 BOYS !!!

AVFC is a player-centric club offering a complete soccer experience for our parents and players, emphasizing the development of each player to their full potential. We aim to provide best-in-class on- and off-field resources, competition, coaching and exposure to our club, our coaches, our parents and most importantly our players. AVFC strives for and provides the highest level of competition for our players teams, building from the ground up with a development first model.  
 

If you are interested in the AVFC experience.

Tryouts Monday & Wednesday at Lancaster Complex Field # 23 North.

If you have any questions about the tryouts please feel free to contact us at jerryrodriguez1102@gmail.com or dlopez1122@gmail.com

Jerry Rodriguez @ 818-749-2076

CONGRATULATIONS TO BOYS 2003 FINISHING FIRST PLACE AT FIGO CUP !!

WELL DONE BOYS !!

CONGRATULATIONS TO BOYS 2002 FINISHING SECOND PLACE AT FIGO CUP !!

WELL DONE BOYS !!

CONGRATULATIONS TO BOYS 2008 FINISHING FIRST PLACE AT STRIKERS CUP !!

WELL DONE !!

WELL DONE !!!

PLAYER OF THE MONTH BRYAN RIOS !!

CONGRATS  WELL DONE BRYAN !!

IMPRESSIVE  BRYAN RIOS TO SAVE A
PENALTY IN THE CHAMPIONSHIP GAME !!
 
WELL DONE !!!
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CONGRATULATIONS TO GIRLS 2003 FINISHING SECOND PLACE !! LOST IN PK'S

CONGRATULATIONS TO GIRLS 2003

FOR OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE AT  2018 CERRITOS PREMIER CUP TOURNAMENT !!

CONGRATULATIONS FINISHING SECOND PLACE !!!

CONGRATULATIONS TO BOYS 2006

FOR OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE AT  2018 KICKING' IT CHALLENGE BREAST CANCER TOURNAMENT !!

FIRST PLACE !!!

CONGRATULATIONS TO BOYS 2007

FOR OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE!! IRVINE MEMORIAL CLASSIC !!!!!!

ARE YOU WATCHING CLOSELY ?

The name on the front of the jersey is more important than the name on the back.

You don’t learn soccer.
When you’re born it comes in your blood.

    CONGRATULATIONS AVFC G2003


    SECOND PLACE CELTIC CUP

    Boys 2000 Premier team


    Coach by Cesar Hurtado