Club Soccer Program

The competitive season at City SC is a year-round program. Registration fees cover the costs of professional coaches, US Soccer/Association fees and insurance costs, administrative fees, league fees (SOCAL, DPL-O, EA, etc.), equipment, fields/facility usage fees, lights, referees, team training camp, goalkeeper training program, select skills clinics, college recruitment services and resources (ScoutingZone subscription/full time college liaison). In addition to our coaching staff, we employ a full-time administrative staff to oversee all club operations and provide customer service and support to all our members and teams.


  • Professionally licensed coach
  • Standardized curriculum and year-round coaching education program for staff
  • Year-round training program
  • SoCal League teams average two training sessions a week for roughly 40 weeks with scheduled time off dispersed throughout the season
  • Pre-Season Scrimmages as organized by coach
  • Spring Friendlies/Scrimmages for older teams OR a 6-game Spring League program for 7v7 and 9v9
  • 10-12 Fall League Games for SoCal League teams
  • all referee fees for competitive SOCAL and Elite Academy League matches
  • 1 formal written player evaluation from your coach
  • Scouting Zone subscription for high school age group players
  • Access to college recruitment resources and full-time college liaisons for older players
  • Learn life lessons through sport, build lifelong friendships and lots of FUN!

Goalkeeper Program

City SC Lake Elsinore offers a top level Goalkeeping Program. Through the specifically tailored program, our keepers will receive age-appropriate training lead by our talented Goalkeeper Coach, Alan Poche.

As a club, City SC understands the important role that our keepers play and offer a curriculum based program that puts an emphasis on all aspects of this specialized position. Each goalkeeper session is divided into age groups and then skills levels.

The session sizes are small which gives each keeper the attention required. General training sessions will include the following topics:

  • Body positioning: how to properly be positioned for any kind of shot, including corner and penalty kicks, upper 90s, breakaways, and crossovers
  • Speed, agility, and quickness (SAQ): how to get to the ball quickly, while maintaining technique, balance, and body control
  • Ball distribution: when to use what kind of distribution (punting, kicking, passing, throwing, or rolling the ball) in games and how to perfect technique for better accuracy and more power
  • Diving: how to react to shots on the ground or in the air
  • On-field communications: why it’s important to be vocal as a goalkeeper and what communications methods are effective in getting messages heard