Want to keep playing competitive, high-level soccer and still have time for school and your social life? Then UCSD Club Soccer is for you!
We are a student-run Sports Club in the UC San Diego Recreation Department that competes in the West Coast Soccer Association Premier Division. The Division is divided into five Conferences: NorCal, Pacific, Coast, and SoCal (our Conference). This year we will be representing UCSD in a league with San Diego State, UC Irvine, UC Riverside, and University of San Diego.
Our recent accolades include Aztec Cup Champions, WCSA Regional Finalists, and NIRSA Open Division National Champions.
Our primary competition takes place in the Fall Quarter where our league schedule is very condensed. Winter Quarter is a little more open so we usually make a trip to Northern California along with our Women’ s Club for exhibitions with schools like UC Santa Cruz and Stanford. We also participate in a Spring League that spans Winter and Spring quarters. In the spring we host the UCSD Club Soccer Invitational with our Women’s Club.
We usually practice two to three evenings during the week with competition on the weekends. Consistent participation is expected as well as annual player fees that range from $300-500 (assistance with fees is available if need be). We tend to carry 22-25 players on our roster and like to have a mix of all years (i.e. freshmen, sophomores etc).
If all this sounds good to you, we hold try-outs during Welcome Week aka Week 0 of Fall Quarter. More information on tryouts will be posted on our website as well as on our Facebook Page (facebook.com/ucsdsoccerclub). Feel free to contact the Captains with any further questions or comments.
NEWS AND RESULTS
Despite being terribly short of players, the Tritons manhandled their competition in Bakersfield this past weekend to take home the championship. Read More>>
UCSD played very well in their 2-1 win against CSUSM. The only goal of the first half came as Cooper Ward hit a beauty into the upper right corner off a pass from forward Zach Boender. Read More>>
The Tritons crushed Utah State in their first game. After conceding a goal because of a slight miscommunication, UCSD went on to score 5 unanswered resulting in a 5-1 W. Read More>>
UCSD traveled to their hometown rivals to play a friendly but competitive postseason match. Determined to avenge their last result against USD, the Tritons played with the intention to dominate. The match started off strong in UCSD's favor, owning most of the game in terms of defense, possession and attack opportunities. Their performance paid off, Read More>>
The Tritons attended the National Showcase Tournament, held in Corona, California after a successful spring league campaign. In their first match, in a scoreless draw to SJSU, the Tritons came out hard and determined to win but were not able to convert despite dominating much of the match. Read More>
In the final game of the season, the Tritons fall to their rivals USD in a disappointing 3-0 loss. Within the first minute of the game, USD scored on a quick counter-attack from an unlucky turn over from UCSD; the Tritons responded well, keeping the ball and producing attacking opportunities. Read More>
UCSD Men's Club Soccer won against CSUSM to extend their win streak to 3 games in the league. A well organized and strong team, San Marcos was a challenge on the field. For much of the first half, the match was very back and forth, with possession and attacking opportunities even from each side. Read More>
As a fun team bonding experience and to play teams outside of the Southern California Region, the UCSD Men's Club Soccer Team took a road trip to the Bay Area to see some NorCal sights, embrace the colder weather, and ultimately compete with top talent teams Stanford and San Jose State University. Read More>
UC San Diego played their third and final home game of the season against USD. With another dominating start, UCSD goes up in the first half by 2 goals to zero, with a peach of a strike by Captain Kody Harris and a tough header by Rohan Oprisko, securing a halftime lead. Read More>
The SD Clasico came early during the Fall 2018 Season, with the Triton's playing their fierce rival San Diego State University for their second game of the season. Read More>