California Youth Sports Management

Updates

  • Save the date for Campus International Vicente Del Bosque
  • 1. Fresno, November 18-22
    2. Mill Valley, November 25
    3. Southern California, November 26

  • European soccer tours 2018: Italy, Denmark, Spain.
  • Save the date for Campus International Vicente Del Bosque
  • 1. Fresno, November 18-22
    2. Mill Valley, November 25
    3. Southern California, November 26

  • European soccer tours 2018: Italy, Denmark, Spain.
  • Save the date for Campus International Vicente Del Bosque
  • 1. Fresno, November 18-22
    2. Mill Valley, November 25
    3. Southern California, November 26

  • European soccer tours 2018: Italy, Denmark, Spain.
  • Save the date for Campus International Vicente Del Bosque
  • 1. Fresno, November 18-22
    2. Mill Valley, November 25
    3. Southern California, November 26

  • European soccer tours 2018: Italy, Denmark, Spain.
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PROFESSIONAL-LEVEL COACHING

CALYSM partners with soccer clubs and schools worldwide to offer high level coaching from professional trainers. These coaches offer a global perspective, new techniques and skills that are influencing the way the sport is played in the modern era.

CULTURAL IMMERSION

We travel overseas to some of the worlds most fascinating cities & landscapes & immerse ourselves into the culture and lifestyle of soccer world wide. Our trips offer a life changing experience that places the sport of soccer as a focal point among culturally rich countries such as Spain.

GLOBAL EXPOSURE

We offer an experience for young players to test their skills against players around the world, create friendships, and learn new techniques emerging from different parts of the world. Our trips offer first hand experience playing internationally against like minded peers that share the love and passion of soccer.

Testimonials

“My son and I took a chance with Carlos and went to Spain for soccer training in Marbella. It was an experience that we will not forget. The training, fields and culture that we experienced was like no other. I can say that it was the most memorable soccer experience that my son has ever had. I highly recommend this trip!”
-Julie Garabo

”The soccer camp in Salou, Spain has helped me to become a better player. During training coaches emphasized concepts such as supporting angles, proper touches on the ball, triangles, and creating numerical advantage. My “changing pace” skills have become almost automatic now because this camp provided many drills consisting on lots of repetitions. I would definitely recommend this camp to others because it helped me to sharpen my skills as a player, meet and play with foreign players, and experience Spanish culture.”
-Mia F. (De Anza Force)

“The trip to Spain was absolutely amazing. The country itself is beautiful and just to be able to travel to that country and see different places was amazing. The soccer was even better. The training was tough, but really fun. I think as a player this helped me develop so much. It is a different style of play in Spain, and to learn that from both Spanish coaches and players, it made for a great experience. It was the trip of the lifetime, and i will never forget it!”
-Nolan Garabo

“My experience in Spain was unique. It greatly helped my soccer skills and improved my tactics. The coaches and body staff where excellent and had a very high standard for the game of soccer. I wish to keep going and keep improving my soccer skills. There is no other experience like this one.”
-Russell Zelazo

Frequently Asked Questions

Our goal is to expose youth soccer players to different coaching methodologies, soccer concepts, ways to live and feel the game, competition, and ultimately expose them to the world. I want our players to learn new ideas about the game and also get different feedback from coaches they do not know. I want our players to be taken outside their comfort zone and be challenged by working with new coaches – training in a different atmosphere with foreign players who can challenge them and push them to become better players. Another important concept I really value is the bonding and camaraderie we want our players to create: long lasting relationships with their teammates, roommates, and other players attending the camp. Culturally, I want our players to get to know more about the world outside the US.
There are two different factors as to why we chose Spain to be the first country where our organization would take players and coaches. The first factor is of course soccer itself. I personally think that Spain as a country has dominated the world of soccer in the last fifteen years because about thirty years ago they decided to invest in their youth academies and clubs. Nowadays, you can find Spanish soccer players all over Europe playing on the most important teams in the world. Spanish people love soccer and this love is shown in the way they train, play, and live the game. I want our players to be exposed to this atmosphere. Spanish coaches are really passionate and enthusiastic, they are really good in transmitting their energy to the players. Spain’s rich culture and beautiful landscape is another factor as to why I choose to take players to this country.
All coaches directing the training overseas are from the regions we travel to. We want our players to be exposed to different coaching styles and methodologies. Most of these coaches hold UEFA licenses, have had played at a high level, and currently work with recognized youth programs as well.
Ages for our abroad programs are boys and girls primarily 10 to 18.
First, our summer camps take place in cities and countries where soccer is a tradition and part of the culture. We want our athletes to have a professional soccer experience from the moment they wake up to the moment they go to bed. Culturally, we want our participants to be exposed to different people and learn from other cultures. Youth soccer players attending our soccer camps will benefit compared to players attending camps held within the US from being exposed to different methodologies and coaches, get lots of international exposure, and learn about other regions in the world.
Our goal is to expose youth soccer players to different coaching methodologies, soccer concepts, ways to live and feel the game, competition, and ultimately expose them to the world. I want our players to learn new ideas about the game and also get different feedback from coaches they do not know. I want our players to be taken outside their comfort zone and be challenged by working with new coaches – training in a different atmosphere with foreign players who can challenge them and push them to become better players. Another important concept I really value is the bonding and camaraderie we want our players to create: long lasting relationships with their teammates, roommates, and other players attending the camp. Culturally, I want our players to get to know more about the world outside the US.
There are two different factors as to why we chose Spain to be the first country where our organization would take players and coaches. The first factor is of course soccer itself. I personally think that Spain as a country has dominated the world of soccer in the last fifteen years because about thirty years ago they decided to invest in their youth academies and clubs. Nowadays, you can find Spanish soccer players all over Europe playing on the most important teams in the world. Spanish people love soccer and this love is shown in the way they train, play, and live the game. I want our players to be exposed to this atmosphere. Spanish coaches are really passionate and enthusiastic, they are really good in transmitting their energy to the players. Spain’s rich culture and beautiful landscape is another factor as to why I choose to take players to this country.
All coaches directing the training overseas are from the regions we travel to. We want our players to be exposed to different coaching styles and methodologies. Most of these coaches hold UEFA licenses, have had played at a high level, and currently work with recognized youth programs as well.
Ages for our abroad programs are boys and girls primarily 10 to 18.
First, our summer camps take place in cities and countries where soccer is a tradition and part of the culture. We want our athletes to have a professional soccer experience from the moment they wake up to the moment they go to bed. Culturally, we want our participants to be exposed to different people and learn from other cultures. Youth soccer players attending our soccer camps will benefit compared to players attending camps held within the US from being exposed to different methodologies and coaches, get lots of international exposure, and learn about other regions in the world.