G14 Carrillo Quarter Finalist at the “Best of the Best” in SD Surf Cup!


Congratulations to the Anaheim Surf GU14 team for making it to the quarter finals of this year’s San Diego Surf Cup.
The ladies showed that they have what it takes to compete against “The Best of the Best”.  The team opened up against a top ranked No. Cal team, the USA Stars during pool play. Solid teamwork led to a 2-1 victory for the girls.  For the afternoon game, Legends FC was the opponent.  Another solid effort led to a 0-0 tie.  The final pool play game on Sunday was against Crossfire from Seattle.  With our girls needing a victory to advance out of pool play as the bracket winner, and early goal by Crossfire made the challenge greater.  Showing the character and heart of our club and coach, the girls tied the game at 1-1 and despite some late opportunities they could not put Crossfire away.  The game ended in a tie and the bracket winner was Crossfire based upon accumulated points.  Based on the points the team tied for the third wildcard spot and had to face Fullerton Rangers for penalty kicks to determine who would advance. The team was able to defeat Fullerton and faces Eagles (Camarillo) in the quarter final.  Riding the emotion of advancing on penalty kicks the Surf ladies took an early 1-0 lead. The Eagles, as the number one team in the region, were not about to lie down and let it be an easy game.  They scored two goals and had a 2-1 lead in the closing minutes of the game.  With continued pressure the Surf ladies tied it up at 2-2. Time expired and left the ladies with more penalty kicks to decide their fate but this time they were not able to advance.  A great showing left the girls as quarter finalists without a single loss on the pitch in regulation.  Great job ladies as being part of the best of the best and representing Anaheim Surf !

BU9 Champions in the OCP Premier Toyota of Orange Classic


The Anaheim Surf  BU9 (D. Carrillo) team wins the OCP tournament championship; scoring 18 goals and only allowing 3 goals against all weekend.  The team also recorded 2 back to back shutouts including a 4 – 0 win in the semi-finals against the Fullerton Rangers.  The finals proved to be a tough fought match but, the Anaheim Surf BU9 team stingy defense came up strong only allowing 1 goal in a 2 – 1 victory over Canyon Futbol Club!  The boys are coming along well in just our 3rd tournament of the year, and are preparing for the upcoming United FC Cup over the Labor Day Weekend.  The team also showed well a few months back making a run to the semi-finals in the Newport Mesa tournament in which the boys played up a year but came up short in the semi’s!  The team is taking shape and are working hard as we prepare for the upcoming 2015-2016 season!       

GU9 Finalists in the OCP Premier Toyota of Orange Classic


Anaheim Surf’s GU9 fought hard to a Finalist medal in the OCP Premier Toyota of Orange Classic 2015 Tournament’s GU9 Blue Division. Out of 12 teams, the girls placed second, with two shut-out wins in group play (1-0, 4-0), and a shut-out win (3-0) in the semi-finals against the Irvine Slammers. The girls battled hard in the heat against the Pateadores Irvine, coming up just short in a 1-3 loss in the Finals. This was the girls first finals appearance and only the team’s second tournament. Congratulations to the GU9 team on its Finalist finish, and we will be seeing these girls on the medal stand again soon

GU11 Champions of the Coronado Crown City Classic

Coronado 2015 Champs!

Congratulations to our GU11 Anaheim Surf-Martinez team on being the two time Champion of the Coronado Crown City Classic!
The team defended its title on the beautiful Island of Coronado to bring home their second championship of the year. The G04 girls went undefeated scoring 12 goals with 0 goals against boasting 4 shutouts in a row defeating Legends FC in the final.
Way to go girls!

BU11 HB Classic Champs!

B11 HB Classic Champs!

Congratulations to Surf BU11 team for winning their Flight 1 bracket in the HB Classic! Just two years ago this team was playing Signature level soccer. As a team, these boys came to Anaheim Surf last season and played bronze level. They ended up winning season and then made it all the way to the State Cup Elite 8 this past winter. They have had great successes after working hard and having a lot of dedication.
Congratulations again to the Anaheim Surf BU11 team and coach Rob Viviano on representing the club with a well deserved championship!


B13 Takes Home the Trophy

This past weekend, our own Surf BU13 team won their bracket championship in this year’s Anaheim Surf Invitational. The tournament saw them open up with league rival Legends SC. That hard-fought match ended in a 1-1 draw, as Legends scored the equalizer with seven minutes to play. The unfortunate 4-0 loss in the second game, to North Valley SC, put the Surf in a hole heading into their final scheduled match. But the boys rallied for a solid 2-1 win over Inland Empire Surf. That was just enough to get Anaheim into the final, which was a rematch against Legends. Much like the first match, the Surf jumped out to a lead. But also like the first match, Legends tied it up in the second half. 70 minutes of soccer was not enough to decide this one … and neither was the additional 10 minutes of extra time. This championship match went to penalty kicks, where the Surf barely edged out their opponent.
Congratulations to the Anaheim Surf BU13 team and coaches Reuben Fonseca, Al Fonseca, and Ryan Wilson on representing the club with a well deserved championship!

Legends Cup Champs GU14 White

One of the many benefits of having multiple teams in one age group is the ability to blend teams.  Our recent blend of GU14 White, GU14  Blue and GU12 Viviano are the recent Legends Cup Champs!!!!   Congrats girls on your awesome record in the tournament 4-0-0 record 6 goals for 0 goals against -Coach Lindsey