ABOUT PAUL GOODE FIELD
ABOUT LEE DUNNE
SFYS has, once again, obtained access to the beautiful Paul Goode field to offer up some organized pick-up, street soccer style playing opportunities (just not in the street!).
What is Street Soccer?
Street Soccer is what it says, a simple game played on the street. Many professional players started out playing on the street, with little to no structure (or coaching), and discovered their love and ability for the best game in the world.
SFYS coaches and junior coaches will be on hand to facilitate the games, arrange teams, and keep the engagement levels high. They will, of course, focus on any individual player needs, but the focus will be for the players to PLAY.
WINTER SHOOTOUT 2020
Paul Goode Athletic Complex in the Presidio was renovated in a a $9 million revitalization project and joint partnership between the Presidio Trustand University High School. It is a gorgeous multi-sport championship-quality, environmentally responsible artificial turf fields with an organic infill system, reducing water usage by an estimated one million gallons annually. The improvement has significantly expanded available playing time on the fields, which previously required 4-5 month closures each year due to the deteriorated conditions during high rainfall seasons.
As a designated community partner, SF Youth Soccer and other youth sports programs and schools are granted field use at no cost. Thank You, Presidio Trust and UHS!
We have three dates for Street Soccer
@ Paul Goode Field, in the Presidio.
SFYS is excited to offer a winter clinic series,with a difference.
Before becoming SFYS Director of Programming, Lee Dunne spent 6 years as a Regional Director for Challenger Sports to create coach and player development programs as well as provide coach education for the NSCAA and regional clubs. He has multiple licenses, including the USSF A and the NSCAA Premier Diploma.
If you have questions about the upcoming clinics, or your registration, please contact Lee directly : firstname.lastname@example.org