Soccer – W

The UC San Diego Women’s Club Soccer Team is part of NIRSA Region VI: West Coast Soccer Association – Premier Central Division, which also includes UC Irvine, UCLA, UC Santa Barbara, and the University of Southern California. Fall Quarter is the busiest time of year: league matches begin the week following tryouts and the team travels to Santa Barbara to participate in the UC Santa Barbara Invitational, in addition to other independently scheduled matches. Based on their league standing and NIRSA rankings, some teams are also invited to play in the Regional Tournament, from which they can qualify to participate in Nationals. During Winter Quarter, we compete against teams in Southern California, in addition to a weekend of round robin friendlies with schools in and around the Bay Area. Spring Quarter means Spring League and a variety of university sponsored tournaments, including UCLA’s Bruin Classic and the UCSD Invitational, a successful venture held jointly by the Men’s and Women’s club teams since 2009, which plays host to teams from across the nation. Any ladies interested in becoming a part of the Women’s Club Soccer Team should please contact the captains at We currently have one team that rosters somewhere between twenty and twenty-four girls. Tryouts occur during Welcome Week (Week Zero), lasting three day in total. For more information, please click on the following link: Women's soccer trouts flyer                                                                                                                For those who are new athletes please fill out the online information sheet , this is required to be filled out before tryouts. If you have any questions please contact the captains or find us on Facebook! There is a fee to play for the women’s team that varies annually. In previous years, it has been approximately $500 to $600. Please bear in mind this amount is for the entire year, covering all manner of expenses, including but not limited to apparel, equipment, tournaments, hotels, gas, and referees. Please do not be discouraged if this seems to be financially inaccessible. We fundraise throughout the year to help subsidize costs and take pains to ensure no one is barred from playing due to purely monetary considerations. Please don’t be shy and come on out! We’d love to make you part of our family.


UCSD Women’s Club Soccer Comes up Short at Regionals

UCSD Loses to Cal Poly in Regionals Opener On Saturday, October 28th, the UCSD Women’s Club Soccer team began their long-anticipated journey through the NIRSA Regional Tournament in San Luis Obispo. After just five weeks of hard work and dedication as a team, the Tritons sought to defeat Cal Poly on their home field. Having Read More >

UC San Diego Competes at UCSB Invitational

UCSD Loses to Davis In First Group Stage Game On Friday, Oct. 13, UCSD faced their most difficult competition of the season yet against UC Davis in the UCSB Invitational tournament. After a long car ride, the Tritons took to the field as the air turned cool and light turned to dusk. Their warmups previewed Read More >

UC San Diego Takes the Sweep

On October 1st, UC San Diego’s Women’s Club Soccer team welcomed Point Loma for a friendly scrimmage to start off the new Fall season. Within the first half, both the Tritons and the Sea Lions came out strong with their heads in the game, ready to work hard and earn a win. However, the Tritons Read More >

Women’s Club Soccer Tryouts

For specific information regarding when the Women’s Club Soccer Tryouts will be happening please click on the following link: Women’s soccer tryouts flyer For those who are new athletes please fill out the online information sheet . You must complete this sheet before tryouts!!!

Tritons In Their Last Hoorah

After an undefeated league season, the UC San Diego Women’s Club Soccer Team came out to their final game of the San Diego Cup and the final game of the 2016-2017 season hungry for a win against across-the-town rivals San Diego State. Though it was a Wednesday night and the team was tired from their long weekend Read More >


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