The month of November is a big month for the Ballistic United USS Development Academy as the under-15 and under-17 teams will be hosting some exciting games.
The BUSC program is part of the U.S. Soccer Development Academy that strives to develop world-class players by providing elite, driven youth talents with development environments, which meet the highest standards, that empower them to reach their full potential.
For Ballistic, the academy teams operate under the club Vision, Mission and Core Values while pursuing competing in the highest level of youth soccer competition year-round.
BUSC has developed a top-notch reputation for the focus on individual player development over results earning US Club Soccer’s’ designation as a “players first” club.
Proof is in the results as BUSC has during the past five years helped guide three players to San Jose Earthquake home grown professional contracts, two players to Europe (Holland and Germany), and two others into the USL or Mexican 1st division.
The DA games not only feature some of the top clubs and players in Northern California, but from throughout the United States. All Major League Soccer (MLS) teams have DA teams as well.
Here is a run down of the games coming up in Pleasanton. These games are a great chance to get out and see some of the top up and coming players from around the country United States!
Saturday, November 2: Crossfire Premier (the top non-MLS club from Washington). Under-15 1 p.m.; Under-17 3 p.m. Both games at the Patelco Sports Complex.
Sunday, November 3: Vancouver Whitecaps. Under-15 11 a.m.; Under-17 1 p.m. Both games at Patelco.
Sunday, November 17: DeAnza Force (the top non-MLS club in Northern California). Under-15 1 p.m.; Under-17 3 p.m. Both games at Patelco.
Sunday, November 24: Portland Timbers. Under-15 10 a.m.; Under-17 12 p.m. Both games at Las Positas College.