On behalf of the NBEFC coaching staff I would like to congratulate Clarissa Sanchez on signing her letter of intent to attend and play with the Women's soccer team at CAL POLY POMONA for the 2017 season.
I feel extremely blessed to have worked with Clarissa and proud that a player who has been in our club for so long, who has worked so hard both on and off the field, is getting a chance to play soccer in college.
Check out this article from the Reporter in Fairfield about Clarissa.
NorthBay Elite FC is proud to announce that another player will be heading to College next year. Clarissa Sanchez has verbally committed to Cal Poly Pomona Women's soccer team and will be attending Cal Poly in the fall of 2017.
We are excited for her new journey, and happy that her hard work and dedication has paid off. We look forward to watching her play for the Lady Broncos and can't wait to watch her graduate.
Former NorthBay Elite FC player, and current Dominican University of California women's soccer player, Michelle Li has been named PacWest Women's Soccer Player of the Week. Excited to watch another former NorthBay player excelling at the next level! Check out the link below for the full story.
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.
NBEFC will be holding tryouts at Fairfield High School, Armijo High School and Vacaville Christian School
What Happens At Tryouts?
NBEFC coaches understand that tryouts can be stressful experiences and will do what they can to provide as much information as possible about the process to the players and parents. In general terms, tryouts consist of small sided games and large sided games observed by our coaching staff. Multiple coaches will observe players and use the assigned vest numbers to take notes and make selections. The players will be evaluated based on their performance at the tryout. Returning players are not given any special preference over new players at tryouts and they don't need to wear NBEFC clothing