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NorthBay Elite Futbol Club is a true Competitive Soccer Club available to families in Solano County. Our players are all coached and trained by former or current soccer players, having all competed at the highest levels in their playing days. Our players only compete in NorCal Premier's Division 1 competitive soccer league. Our primary goal is player development. We strive to offer the best opportunities for each of our athletes with our specialized trainings and programs such as,  but not limited to PDP (Player Development Program) , IDP (International Development Program), U.S. Club Soccer's id2,  college, National Team, and professional soccer. NBEFC is truly A NEW ERA IN SOCCER.
 

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Summer Camps 2018
05/19/2018
Check out our summer camps for 2018. Special pricing for NBEFC members.  
2018/2019 Coaching Staff
05/12/2018
Davis Legacy Cinco De Mayo Tournament
05/06/2018
What a way to cap off the 2017/18 season for our youth teams! NBEFC...
2003G 2018 Phoenix Cup Showcase Finalist
03/26/2018
Congratulations to our NBEFC 2003G team 2018 Phoenix Cup Showcase...
 
Summer Camps 2018

Check out our summer camps for 2018. Special pricing for NBEFC members.

 


posted 05/19/2018
2018/2019 Coaching Staff


posted 05/12/2018
Davis Legacy Cinco De Mayo Tournament

What a way to cap off the 2017/18 season for our youth teams! NBEFC had a great weekend at the Davis Cinco De Mayo Tournament this weekend. Our 2009 girls and 2006 boys came home CHAMPIONS, and our 2006 girls took 3rd place.

 

Our 2009 boys lost in the consolation match finishing 4th, and our 2007 boys were unable to win their bracket. So proud of the way all the kids played, and a huge thank you to all the parents who sacrificed their weekends for the kids.

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posted 05/06/2018
2003G 2018 Phoenix Cup Showcase Finalist

Congratulations to our NBEFC 2003G team

2018 Phoenix Cup Showcase Finalist

Recap

This weekend was full of many firsts for the NBEFC 2003 Girls team. Their first College showcase, their first ice bath experience, their first flight, and first playing out of state competition.

 

The girls came into Phoenix with only 12 players. Some by plane and some by car. But all of them ready
to play. The first game was against the #24 ranked team in AZ. A hard fought game that saw many
chances go just wide of the goal, and finally the break through with 3 minutes left when Summer got free and
hit a cross to Paige that finished with a 1 time finish to make 1 - 0.

 

From there, the girls then played the #19 ranked team in AZ. Leaving off from the first game,
the girls came out firing on all cylinders and scoring 4 goals against the best team in the group stage. 2 from
summer, and 2 from Paige. The game was finished off just 5 minutes into second half where Northbay girls
put on a passing clinic moving the ball side to side and up and down the field.

 

The defense was relentless in both games with Kylie, Ella, Sydney, Jilly and Bailey in goal. Laila came off the bench and added to the high pressure to secure those wins. Day 1 in the books, with 2 wins and just needing a tie to move on to the finals.

 

Day 2 came, and came with it a tougher battle. Going down early to the #22 ranked team in AZ, and really
feeling the affects of traveling, 1 sub, and the heat, the girls had to mental fight back to get into the game.

 

A few adjustments with the midfield led by Kayla, Kamryn, Ximenia and Micky, the team stepped up their
pressure and where able to find the back of the net with Paige chipping the goalie. ( all as planned as she
said) 1 - 1 tie and the girls where off to the finals.

 

That night turned into a team bonding event with ice baths, team dinner and a scavenger hunt. A great few
days, already doing more than expected and 1 more day of competition.

 

Sunday came, and Sunday went, and the heat stricken, 1 sub, long travel exhaustion of the week caught up
with the group. Playing a very talented ECNL team from Utah, the girls had nothing else to give. Losing 3
to 0 in the final was a blow, but the team showed grit, never giving in, and fighting to the end. The heart was
trying, the body was saying no. 2nd place, runners up, the silver medal.

 

It was truly a wonderful weekend of firsts. The girls learned more about themselves, about their
teammates, and found out that they are capable of a lot more. So yes it was the weekend of first, but the
beginning of much more to come.

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posted 03/26/2018
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