News and Announcements

Field Status

Posted by ALBANY-BERKELEY SOCCER CLUB at Nov 1, 2022 2:20PM PDT ( 0 Comments )

Check out upcoming sessions...

Posted by ALBANY-BERKELEY SOCCER CLUB at Nov 1, 2022 11:32AM PDT ( 0 Comments )

Free Holiday Pick up Games!
For ABSC players
Monday, Wednesday, Friday
Gilman South

Gilman South & North

NOTE: these sessions are not formal practices. Contact us if your team is looking to practice with their/a coach.

Winter Season Registration is OPEN!
Registration closes Dec 10th!!
Winter Season runs 1/7 – 2/26

Spring Season Registration opens 1/1/2023
Season Dates 3/13- 5/21

Spring Camp Registration opens 1/1/2023
Camp Dates: 4/3 – 4/7

Summer Camp Registration opens 1/1/2023
First Camp 6/5- 6/9

All Registrations are on the same link

LOGIN to your account, or CREATE an account to register HERE:

There's still time!

Posted by ALBANY-BERKELEY SOCCER CLUB at Oct 16, 2022 8:16PM PDT ( 0 Comments )


LOGIN to your account (or CREATE an account) Here:

There’s no excuse to sit on the sofa during Winter!
Play indoor on Weekends January 7th- February 26th

Looking for an outdoor option?
A customized class?

Fast paced, small sided 5v5 games keep you fit in the off season!
Sign up with your Fall team or form a new one!

ABSC Coach leads Futsal specific warm up followed by a game

Contact for more information

You are not alone!

Posted by ALBANY-BERKELEY SOCCER CLUB at Oct 10, 2022 11:03AM PDT ( 0 Comments )

Have a story of how soccer is a positive in your life?
Tell us!

Thank You Coaches

Posted by ALBANY-BERKELEY SOCCER CLUB at Oct 5, 2022 6:01PM PDT ( 0 Comments )

We thank our ABSC coaches for their tireless dedication.
Today, let your coach, past or present, know how you appreciate them.

President Nixon proclaimed October 6th National Coaches Day in 1972, recognizing that “Coaches are highly qualified teachers—in highly specialized fields. But more than that, they are friends and counselors who help instill in their players important attitudes that will serve them all their lives.”