The La Roca Futbol Club was established in June 2005 to provide a competitive youth soccer program in Utah. La Roca is looking for the serious youth soccer player who desires an opportunity to develop and showcase his/her skills to the fullest potential. La Roca offers players a chance to play at the highest level of state competition and participate in various regional/national tournaments. Many La Roca players go on to play college soccer at NCAA Division I, II & III colleges as well as NAIA and Junior Colleges.
In addition, in many age groups, La Roca offers teams at various levels of in-state competition allowing the individual player to choose the level of commitment and competition that suits the player, while still enjoying high levels of training. La Roca places players on teams based on skill level and strives to have premier, select and developmental teams in all age groups when possible.
Adolfo Ovalle, Director of Coaching, holds an “USSF” A license, “NSCAA” Premier Diploma and a National Youth License. He played professional for 15 years before establishing La Roca. He expects the highest level of professionalism from his coaches and trainers. La Roca has more A, B and C licensed coaches than any other club in the state.
La Roca Juniors
La Roca is extending its passion for the “beautiful game” to those who want the best possible soccer experience but may not be a fit for a competition program.Our RECREATION program has a dual focus. First, it will provide a fun soccer experience for your child. Second, it will ensure your child is taught correct soccer skills.
Coaches are volunteer and are professionally trained by the La Roca staff. Coaches also receive weekly support on how to train and what to teach as part of the skills focused curriculum.
This program is open to girls and boys, ages 4 through 9 years. Games will be played on Saturdays in Layton, although other days could be added. Cost is $90 and includes a uniform for Fall and Spring 2015 season.
La Roca Recreation is committed to provide and promote good sportsmanship, player development, and coach development through positive coaching, equal playing time and balanced teams in a fun soccer environment.