Roseville Youth Soccer Club
At the Break tournament

RYSC is excited to host the At the Break Tournament for recreational teams. The Tournament is October 17th & 18th.  Click here for the application and sign your team up today! 

Tournament registration is closed, teams applying will be placed on a wait list.

Schedules for the first 5 games can be found on the left!

Would you like to be more involved with Roseville Youth Soccer Club? We are currently seeking volunteers to be apart of  the 2016 Board of Directors.  If you would like to learn more please contact John Sommercamp at

Monica Lambie with the RYSC Groovy Girls is running a fundraiser to collect gently used cleats to take to Mexico.  These cleats would be given to kids living in orphanages.  If you would like to participate in the donation or have any questions please contact Monica at or (916)216-5956. There is a prize for the team with the most donations.

Field Permits - Recreational Program

Field Permits (Recreational Program)

Available in the "Downloads" menu under the "Fields" section

The Kombat -Rocklin store location is now open 

Beat the rush, you can purchase RYSC uniforms now!

1230 Sunset #300, Rocklin 

Tuesday-Friday 11am-7pm; Saturday 10am-5pm

***Closed Sundays and Mondays  

Phone 916 865 6469



  For additional RYSC uniform information, please click here for information.

Click here for more information on obtaining tickets through RYSC.



Players also learn about our core values of respect, responsibility, integrity, sportsmanship and leadership.

Roseville Youth Soccer Club and Vision Soccer Training are joining forces to offer three new and exciting player and coach skill development programs.

RY-Skills Program
Available to any player registered to participate in RYSC recreational program in 2015 and is geared toward U6, U8 & U10 recreational player development
•    6 hrs of professional soccer training
•    1 hour session once per week
o    Foot skill development
o    Passing
o    Trapping
o    Attacking
o    Defending
o    Small-sided games
•    Saturdays mornings July 18 & 25 and August 1, 8, 15 & 22
For more information and to register please visit the following link:

Junior Skills Academy
The Junior Skills Academy is specially designed skills training program for U8 soccer players outside of their regular recreational season to help them prepare for the season and also to help players who may want to play competitive at U9.
•    16 hours of professional soccer training
•    1 hour session twice per week
•    1v1 skill development
•    Small-sided games
•    8-week program (T-Th evenings)
o    Session#1April-May
o    Session #2 June-July
For more information and to register please visit the following link:

Coach and Team Development Program
This program is available to any coach or potential coach registered to participate in RYSC recreational or competitive program in 2015 as a coaching volunteer.  It will be a 3- part program.
•    Part 1 - Coaching Education: 2-hr on-field training session:  July 25th or August 8th:
•    Part 2 – Coaching Resources and Curriculum Assistance: Online resources and curriculum
•    Part 3 – On-Field Training and Evaluation with Teams:
o    Free program for all U8 recreational coaches
o    1.5 hour on-field coach and team training for one session.

Coaches…be on the lookout during Coach’s meeting regarding registration details.

If you are a coach and you want to know how to sign in to so you can see contact information for other coaches in your Division, click here - then go to and sign in.
RYSC Uniform Vendor....
Kombat Soccer

Arden Park Store
3519 Fair Oaks Blvd.
Sacramento, CA 95861

Land Park Store
5958 South Land Park Dr.
Sacramento, CA 95822

If you need to order a uniform please visit the Kombat website to order

When it comes to sports, particularly team sports, kids with special needs are often left without an option. Now, that is about to change for the popular sport of soccer.  The national US Youth Soccer organization is teaming up with local area soccer clubs to bring a unique soccer program to this area.

The program,called TOPSoccer, is designed to meet the needs of children with physical and/or mental disabilities. It targets those kids ages 5-18 who would like to play soccer, but are challenged by the traditional soccer environment, including those kids with physical supports and wheelchairs.

TOPSoccer is a community-based, outreach soccer program that is run by local volunteers. Player participation and development are key elements of the program, as players are placed on teams according to ability and NOT by age. The program is designed to provide a fun and meaningful experience for the family, while also improving the overall fitness, self-esteem and social skills of the child athlete in a safe and caring environment. The program will also provide parents the opportunity to network with other families for support and information sharing.

TOPSoccer furthers US Youth Soccer’s mission of fostering the physical, mental and emotional growth and development of America’s youth through the sport of soccer at all levels. In short, it takes kids from the sidelines to participating in the game. Just talk with the parents or participants of TOPSoccer and you’ll understand why TOPSoccer exists.

EYSC participates as a host club for TopSoccer activity dates each year.  The dates, locations and times will be posted in the News section of our website when those activity dates draw near.  This participation provides an opportunity for local families to experience and become familiar with the program and meet the Coaches and other volunteers.  TOPSoccer is also seeking adult and teenage volunteers to serve as player buddies.

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Board Meeting
Date: Tuesday, May 12, 2015 from 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Location: Spanger Elem. 699 Shasta St., Rsvl.