LFC IAA Bay Area Mens First Team

LFC IAA Bay Area is very privileged and delighted to have a Under 23 Team to represent the club.

Coach: Diogo. We are delighted to have such an experienced coach from Portugal in Diogo. He coached for the Sporting Lisbon Academy and in the 2nd division of the Portuguese League and brings a wealth of experience, while also being a paid coach for accountability to the program and first team players from the President

ProgramLFC IAA Bay Area is totally revamping its U23 Adult Team (formerly PSA). Any age can play, we have hired a new coach, Diogo, See Bio: http://www.lfcabayarea.com/meet-the-staff, we are part of Liverpool America, players will not pay to play, be provided a replica LFC uniform, LFC replica warm up, gas allowance for away games, lunch allowance for games, practice field for 3 trainings a week from 8.30 - 10pm on turf with lights, run year round and look to push to be a PDL Team (where you have 8 players above the age of U23). We also plan to enter Spring, Summer and Fall leagues and tournaments. This is a very serious program for commited players.

Training: The U23 Team practice 3 times a week in San Jose

Interested in a tryout? Contact us at info@lfcabayarea.com

 Check out the LFC IAA Bay Area first team picture from Fall 2015

 

First Team History

2005 was the team's inaugural year of competition in the National Premier Soccer Leagues earning a playoff appearance. In 2006 the team was renamed to the San Jose Frogs moving out of PSA to run independently in the USL PDL division until folding in 2010. During this time he PSA Storm continued to compete in the highest level of amateur competition offered by US Club Soccer, the Nor Cal Adult Premier Leagues (APL).

In addition to being the league champions in 2008, 2010 and finishing 2nd in 2013, the Storm made history by being the first US Club Soccer team ever to be allowed to enter qualification for the US Open Cup. In 2013 the team went to the final of the US Open Cup Qualification Tournament losing to the Fresno Fuego FC. The team also competes in the Copa Allianza competition reaching the finals in 2011 and semifinals in 2012

In 2014 PSA joined with the Royals of Campbell SC and was renamed PSA Royals. The team will compete again in the Alianza Cup, the NorCal Premier Adult League and hopes to qualify for the 2015 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup. 

In 2016 we are delighted that Liverpool FC International Academy America has made PSA Royals its first west coast academy for Northern California, now called LFC IAA Bay Area