As our kids wrap up their soccer seasons, most of them are beginning to think about their next sport. Many of our players will start basketball. Steve Kerr, legendary Warriors coach, is a huge soccer fan (Liverpool is his team, in case you were curious!). In a recent interview, Kerr talks about how similar basketball and soccer are and how he thinks that ALL youth basketball players should also play soccer because it translates directly. Kerr says that playing soccer allows players to see triangles and also learn how to pass and move, which in turn creates scoring opportunities.

As your child moves onto the next sports season, realize that your player’s soccer development doesn’t necessarily stop when the season ends! Your child’s soccer development continues as she learns and grows in other sports, too. Check out the interview here.

Best of luck to our U9 and U10 teams that are continuing on in State Cup play in Manteca this coming weekend! Only ONE home game this coming weekend:

Saturday, November 16, 12:00pm – U13 Boys vs. Empire

Sign up for Spring Soccer Clinics NOW! 

New and improved 2020 Corte Madera FC Spring Clinics are here! Training will be offered FOUR days a week over an 8-week session beginning in March. U9 (2012 birth year) to U13 (2008 birth year) players can attend AS MANY or as few days a week as they are able to. U8 Clinics will be held on Fridays.

For more information, see our website:

Sign up NOW and get the Early Bird discount : Clinics will be found under: Youth Programs: Sports and Exercise on the Park and Rec website (Class #3900 for U9-U13 and #3902 for U8)

Donate your Used Soccer Gear 

Looking to get rid of your kids’ used cleats and other soccer gear? A Corte Madera FC family is collecting used soccer gear for distribution in Haiti. Donations will be transported and distributed in Haiti after Thanksgiving. Haitian kids LOVE soccer, but are unable to buy any gear!  Wanted items include cleats, shin guards, uniforms or jerseys from any league or team, and balls (ideally deflate). Leave donated items on the porch of 122 Pepper Avenue, Larkspur before November 20th.