Congrats to the LA Breakers G’03 team for going undefeated at the Surf College Cup. They tied Southwest United (Calgary, Canada) 1-1, Tied Surf DPL 1-1 and beat Cal Magic 4-0. Congrats to Tyler Ullrich from the LA Breakers B’06 Elite team who was invited to the ODP Winter Pool. A little over 50 players were selected for the Winter Pool.
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Los Angeles Breakers Football Club (LA Breakers) was formed in the Spring of 2018 from a merger of FC Los Angeles and Westside Breakers. FCLA and WB had shared field space since 2001 and the clubs had a long-standing informal agreement that FCLA would focus on solely boys teams and WB on girls teams. Given their close relationship and due to the changing youth soccer landscape and the need for a high profile youth soccer club in Los Angeles, the two clubs seamlessly came together to create ...
The LA Breakers are led by Club Director Mike Page. Mike was previously the Technical Director for the Westside Breakers Soccer Club for 17 years. He received his US Soccer "A" coaching license in 1998. The LA Breakers Boys Director of Coaching is Tim Pierce. Tim has coached at FCLA for the past 15 years and he is also the Men's Soccer Coach at Santa Monica College.
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Los Angeles Breakers FC. 559 likes · 30 talking about this. Los Angeles based youth soccer club serving boys’ and girls’ aged U8-U19.
Mike currently serves as the Club Director for the LA Breakers. Mike previously served as the Westside Breakers full-time Technical Director from 2001-2018. Over the past 30 years, he has served as a head coach of teams with the Westside Breakers, Galaxy Alliance and Santa Monica United youth soccer clubs. In 2018, Mike coached the Westside Breakers Girls 2002 Elite team that won the Cal South National Cup Championship, the first ever for any Westside youth soccer club.
Los Angeles, CA. – The youth club soccer scene in the Los Angeles area has taken an exciting new course as two of the biggest clubs in the Westside of LA have merged forces. The new club, named Los Angeles Breakers FC will field over 45 boys and girls teams, representing all age groups from birth years 2010 through 2000, servicing players and families with top class training facilities in Santa Monica, West LA, Pacific Palisades and Brentwood.
LA Breakers FC was formed through a merger between FC Los Angeles and Westside Breakers. Collectively, the girls’ club teams have won 7 CalSouth State Cup championships and placed more ... than 100 players on college soccer teams including UCLA, Stanford, Santa Clara, Michigan, Princeton, Georgetown and USC. The most notable alum is New Zealand National Team captain Ali Riley, who has played in three World Cups and three Olympics.
LA Breakers could not be more excited to announce an official partnership with St. Bernard High School. This agreement will fill a vital need for our...
Yes, Legends too. 16 teams with two divisions with 8 teams each. It makes so much sense to my competitive brain that someone has to make this happen this season. This is a no brainer Desert Hot Division AZ Arsenal Phoenix Rising Heat FC Arsenal IE Legends Surf SD Rebels SD Del Mar Sharks Socal Brah Division LA Breakers Real Socal Beach FC ...