BFC Champions 2016

LA Galaxy Coastal Classic Champions

Girls 2002 Tuttle
LA Galaxy Coastal Classic Champions

LA Galaxy Coastal Classic Champions

Girls 2004 Fisher
LA Galaxy Coastal Classic Champions

LA Galaxy Coastal Classic Champions

Girls 2005 Fisher
LA Galaxy Coastal Classic Champions

LA Galaxy Coastal Classic Champions

Girls 2007 Kaufman
LA Galaxy Coastal Classic Champions

Anaheim Surf Invitational Champions

BFC G02 SB Pineda – Anaheim Surf Invitational Champions

Champions LA Galaxy Coastal Classic

BFC B01 Morataya/Ortega – Champions LA Galaxy Coastal Classic

Champions LA Galaxy Coastal Classic

BFC G03 Hodson – Champions LA Galaxy Coastal Classic



BFC G98 Rossi Wins Pats Cup Championship Final

Great wins in the three pool games, disposing of two Pateadores teams and Slammers EGSL, set up the Championship decider on Sunday afternoon against KoldingQ, a top club team visiting from Denmark.

The final was a tough physical defensive game. It was nil all at the half and our Beach team had withstood all that was thrown at them from the physical Danish team. The Beach team played stronger in the second half. From a corner Sophia Abboud headed in a goal that gave us the lead.  The team then held on robustly despite injuries to 3 players to win the championship.

A great start to the new year for our Beach team scoring 17 goals and only allowing one over the four games.

2016 Albion Cup Champions

BFC 08 LB Nunes – 2016 G08 Nike Pyramid Cup Finalist

2016 Albion Cup Champions

BFC LB 03 KAUFMAN – 2016 Albion Cup Champions

2016 B18 Albion Cup Champions

BFC SB 98 REA – 2016 B18 Albion Cup Champions


BFC B02 MORATOYA – 2016 LAPFC Showcase Champions


BFC B02 MORATOYA – Southern California Showcase B2002 Champions


G99 Academy Osorio Manchester City Cup Champions


Beach FC SB 2004 Lopez

U10 Mayors Division State Cup Champions

2016 Boys U10 Mayors Division State Cup – Champions

After a slow start, with an opening game 3-1 loss, the boys rallied together and really showed the desire to play for each other, the club and their coach. They stormed the remaining group games and came top, putting them in to the next round and on route to the final. Three close and hard fought battles followed as Beach FC BU10 SB Black made it to the Cup Final on a windy morning in Silverlakes. The team started strong taking an early lead despite playing into gusty wind, two lapses left them 2-1 down at the half and with lot’s of work to do. After some great team play they equalized and went on to dominate the second half with a 4-2 win.
Overall a well deserved moment for each and every player of what has been a great team.


Governors State Cup: GU10 Calatroni – Champions

In a 93 team pool, Coach Ricardo Calatroni’s GU10 team came out victorious in the Governors Division of the Cal South State Cup Tournament. The team’s defense, stellar goalkeeping and relentless offensive attack proved to be the difference. Through weather conditions that included cold, wind, rain and heat, Coach Calatroni’s girls secured hard fought victories against tough opponents. These girls were united in their effort, playing smart and aggressive soccer. Throughout the 9-game tournament, the team only gave up 3 goals, finishing with five consecutive shutouts. The result of the championship game was a 1-0 victory against a tough La Esperanza team. This was such a sweet victory for this team of friends. Congratulations girls!

SantaBarbaraBU10ChampionsSanta Barbara BU10 — Champions

Congratulations to Coach Benny Artiaga and his BU10 team! They brought home the championship capped off with an impressive 5-0 Final!!


2016 CPL Awareness Cup: GU11 Burrola — Champions

Anthony Burrola’s GU11 Flight 2 team from Long Beach (Beach FC South) are the GU11 Flight 2 champions of the 5th Annual California Premier League (CPL) Awareness Cup, held in San Juan Capistrano and San Clemente, CA, January 9 – 10, 2016. Our team won 3 games and tied 1 game, with two consecutive shut outs on the second day. 2016 is off to a great start – way to go girls!



National Champions: Beach FC G04 Nunes Wins President’s Cup

Beach FC G04 Nunes got the perfect ending to their President’s Cup run:


A National Championship.


Here’s how it happened:


The team earned a berth in the final round after winning the Region IV Championship in Salt Lake City, UT in June. The trip to Auburndale, Florida — summer thunderstorms, temperatures in the 90s with humidity to match — would be their toughest test yet.


Beach FC club soccer Girls 2004 Nunes Presidents Cup national champions day 2


Their first match against Arkansas Comets 04 Navy (AR) remained scoreless until the waning moments of the first half. Evelyn Sandoval scored twice in rapid succession, and Beach carried a 2–0 lead into halftime. Second-half strikes from Camryn Cruz, Erin Hegstrom, and Paradyse Wong put the game away as Sandoval netted a third to complete her hat trick. The final score was 6–0.


Their second match against VAR 04 Rush (VA) began in a similar fashion to the first. The teams went scoreless 0–0 into the interval. Sydney Trump broke the stalemate with a goal in the 56th minute, and Sandoval doubled the lead moments later in the 58th minute — her fourth goal in two games. Cruz put the match to bed with a goal in the 61st as Beach won 3–0.


Beach FC club soccer Girls 2004 Nunes Alex Morgan


Afterward, the girls had the privilege of a visit with US Women’s National Team and Orlando Pride striker Alex Morgan, who played for Coach Nunes in her club days. Alex knows a thing or two about big moments and the importance of team play, and was generous with her time as she shared with the team. Everyone left with a smile on their face — and maybe a little extra inspiration to fight for the title.


Beach’s third match saw a tight first half against Impact GFC (OH) unlocked in the 35th minute by Hegstrom to make it 1–0. After the break, Beach scored again through Cruz after just two minutes, and marched with a 2–0 win toward Saturday’s final.


US Youth Soccer Presidents Cup 2017 Beach FC club soccer champions


One of the most difficult things to do in sports is to beat a good team twice.


That’s exactly what Beach FC G04 Nunes would have to do if they were to be champions. Impact GFC (OH) were their opponents in the final, and wanted payback for the shutout loss a day before.


Impact started on the front foot, and scored in the 30th minute. At halftime, Beach found themselves trailing for the first time all tournament. They were used to playing either tied or ahead — how would they respond to the deficit?


The girls came roaring into the second half.


Beach FC club soccer Girls 2004 Nunes Presidents Cup champions game photo


Within minutes, they had leveled the score 1–1 through a fantastic hit from the top of the box by Paradyse Wong in the 38th. The two teams battled fiercely for the rest of the half, and the match looked destined for extra time.


And then, a bit of quality and magic. Beach attacked down the left side. Emma Saucedo burst past a defender and used her left to clip a ball into the box. Cruz took to the air to collected the service, and her touch laid it off for Liberty-Faith Ortiz. Despite the pressure, Ortiz kept her composure and drilled the ball first-time into the roof of the net — tallying the game-winner, and the tournament-winner, at the death in dramatic fashion.


Beach FC club soccer girls 2004 nunes group shot


It was a fitting final high note for a hard-working, determined, fun-loving team who battle every minute of their matches and then all wear Crocs afterward. The champs finished with 13 goals scored, 1 conceded, and countless runs tracked, tackles won, and passes completed.


Beach fc club soccer girls 2004 nunes with crocs


For her efforts, Evelyn Sandoval earned Best XI and Golden Boot, and was joined in the Best XI by Camryn Cruz.


Beach FC Girls 2004 Nunes Cruz Sandoval awards national champions


Congratulations to Coach Eduardo Nunes, and to all the players and families of Beach FC G04 Nunes, for an unforgettable run together.


Beach FC club soccer Girls 2004 Nunes Presidents Cup National Champions


Once again, Beach Futbol Club is National Champions!


Beach FC banner national champions Presidents Cup club soccer


Looking For Players!

Long Beach

Beach FC LB B02 N. Lopez

  • Looking for competitive players to complete roster.

Please contact Nacho Lopez at 310 418 0809 or email Nacho

Beach FC LB G02 Soler

  • Looking for a goalie

Please contact Steve Soler at 562 328 8710 or email Steve

Beach FC LB B01 Tryouts

  • Looking for competitive players to complete roster
  • Monday’s & Wednesday’s from July 12 thru Aug 2 – 6:30-8:00pm @ Marshall Middle School (5870 E Wardlow Rd, LB 90808)

Please contact Jesus Gutierrez at (323) 896-2110 or

Beach FC LB Girls 2001 Tryouts

  • Competitive Tier 1 team looking for 2-3 players to complete roster for 2017-2018 season
  • Tuesday (6/20) & Thursday (6/22) @ Marshall Middle School (5870 E Wardlow Rd., Long Beach 90808)

Please contact Coach Dalton Kaufman at

Beach FC LB Boys 2001 Tryouts

  • Competitive team looking to complete roster for 2017-2018 season
  • Open Tryouts on Mon 5/15, Wed 5/17, Mon 5/22 & Wed 5/24 from 6:30-8:00pm @ LB State (baseball outfield)
  • Additional tryout dates may be added

Please contact Coach Jesus Guttierez at

Beach FC LB Girls 2001 Tryouts

  • Competitive Tier 1 team looking to complete roster for 2017-2018 season
    Open Tryouts on Wednesday (May 31) @ Long Beach State (baseball outfield)
    Additional tryout dates may be added

Please contact Coach Dalton Kaufman at

Beach FC LB Girls 1999/2000 Tryouts

  • Competitive Tier 1 team looking to complete roster for 2017-2018 season
  • Open Tryouts on Thursday 5/11, Tuesday 5/16 & Thursday 5/18 from 7:30-9:00pm @ Long Beach State (George Allen Field)
  • Additional tryout dates may be added

Please contact Coach Eduardo Nunes at

Beach FC LB Girls 2002 Age Group Tryouts

  • Open Tryouts on Monday (April 24) & Thursday (April 27) from 6:30-8:00pm @ Long Beach State (George Allen Field)
  • Two competitive Long Beach-based Tier 1 teams looking to complete rosters
  • Additional tryout dates may be added next week

Please contact Coach Steve Soler at

Beach FC LB Girls 2001 OPEN TRYOUTS

  • Highly Competitive Tier 1 team looking to complete roster for 2017-2018 season
  • Open Tryouts on Wednesday (April 26) & Wednesday (May 3) from 6:30-8:00pm @ Long Beach State (George Allen Field)
  • Additional tryout dates may be added after National Cup (end of May)

Please contact Coach Dalton Kaufman at

Beach FC LB Girls 2007 is looking for 1 player.

  • Will be competing in Flight II for the 2017-18 season
  • Training sessions on Tuesdays & Thursdays from 6:30-8:00pm @ Marshall Middle School
  • Contact Coach Jesse Oakes at or (626) 390-5018

Beach FC G04 State Cup Champs
This team is looking for 2-3 players to round out its competitive roster. Coming off a State Cup Championship in March, this team won Regionals in Utah in June, and President’s Cup National Championships in July. If you are interested in attending a practice and/or guest playing in the upcoming scrimmages and tournaments, please contact Eduardo Nunes.

Eduardo Nunes

Beach FC LB Girls 2004 is looking for players.
– Training sessions on Monday’s & Wednesday from 6:00-7:30pm @ Long Beach State
– Contact Coach Salina Ortiz at or (562) 212-9998

Beach FC LB Girls 2009 is looking for players.
– Training sessions on Monday’s & Wednesday from 4:30-6:00pm @ Long Beach State
– Contact Coach Salina Ortiz at or (562) 212-9998

South Bay

Boys 2002 South Bay – Coached By Nacho Lopez (Redondo Union Varsity Head Coach)

  • Team will play Flight 2 in the SCDSL this fall.
  • Team Trains Tuesday and Thursday 7 – 8.30pm @ Redondo Union High School.

Contact: Cell: (310) 418-0809

Beach FC B08 Brimacombe

Train Every Tuesday & Thursday in Redondo Beach.

Coach Kieron Brimacombe – 310 956 8791

Beach FC South Bay Boys 2004 looking for a goalkeeper!

  • Coached by Danny Pena former midfield player for LA Galaxy
  • Competing in flight II or III for the 2017 – 2018 season
  • Training is Tuesdays and Thursdays at Redondo Union High School

Contact Daren Laureano at

B99 Artiaga is looking for players.
– Contact Coach Benny Artiaga at or (562) 508-2379

Beach FC B2005 SB Milner are looking for players
Beach So Cal Winter Cup Champions
– Train Monday and Wednesday at Redondo Union
– Contact Marc Milner at or 714-768-5914 or Manager Chris Tuffli at

BFC Champions 2015


2015 Slammers Winter Cup: GU10 Rossi — Champions


OC Tournament of Champions: GU11 Burrola — Champions

Anthony Burrola’s GU11 Flight 2 team from Long Beach (Beach FC South) are the GU11 Flight 2 champions of the OC Tournament of Champions, held in Irvine, CA, December 12 – 13, 2015. The final game went into overtime and was finally decided in penalty kicks. Our goalie saved all 3 penalty kicks while we scored all 3 of ours. Great job girls!


2015 Fullerton Rangers Thanksgiving Classic: GU12 Blue Division — Champions


2015 United Cup: GU13 Beach FC LB Demelo — Champions


NHB Cup: BU14 Morataya – Champions


OC Kick Off Classic: GU13 SB Lohn – Champions



OC Kickoff Classic: GU11 Burrola – Champions

Anthony Burrola’s GU11 Flight 2 team from Long Beach (Beach FC South) are the GU11 Flight 2 champions of the OC Kickoff Classic, held in Irvine, CA, August 22 – 23, 2015. They played strong and emerged with 4 consecutive shut outs – including the championship game. Go Beach!



LA Galaxy South Bay Coastal Classic: GU11 Burrola – Finalists

Anthony Burrola’s GU11 Flight 2 team from Long Beach (Beach FC South G04) had 2 shut outs and 1 tie as they entered the finals of the LA Galaxy South Bay Coastal Classic, held in Torrance, CA, July 25 – 26, 2015. In the end they took second place, giving up only one goal to the opposing team in the finals. Good job girls!


Swallows Cup: GU13 Demelo – Champions

Beach FC Gold GU12 takes the GU13 Flight 2 bracket of the Swallows Cup in San Clemente. Thirteen goals were scored and not single goal against was permitted during the tournament.

Not pictured: Aislinn Espinoza


Irvine Classic: BU12  Lohn – Finalists

Kenyon’s U12 Boys finished 2nd out of an 8 team field in the Irvine Classic this past weekend.


Manchester City FC America’s Cup: BU12 Gold Milner – Champions

BU12 Gold Milner – Champions Manchester City FC America’s Cup over Memorial Day weekend

BU12 Gold Milner – Champions Beach FC Winter Cup in March


Cerritos Memorial Cup: GU11 Perez – Finalists

Our Beach FC GU11 team in the fall, coached by Rich Perez, played UP an age group and won the Cerritos memorial cup (flight II) in May.  @ GU12


Ventura County Fusion: BU16 Morataya – Champions

BU16 Morataya were champions in the Ventura County Fusion 2015 Bimbo B – Active Cup held on May 30 & 31st.


SVC Magic Cup: GU10 Parker – Champions

Tara Parker’s GU9-GU10 girls wons the SVC Magic Cup top flight on June 6-7th.


Swallows Cup: BU13 Kirk – Finalists

We are happy to announce we took 2nd place in the Swallows cup this weekend in San Juan Capistrano


Legends Classic, Copa Cabana & Swallows Cup: BU9 Gilligan – Champions

Legends Classic Cup Flight 1 2nd Place.  After beating CDA Slammers, Irvine Slammers and hosts Legends FC to get to the final the U8/9 Boys were pipped to the post by local rivals LA Galaxy Academy 3-1 in an intense final.
BU9-Gilligan-SB-Copa-Cabana688x300Copa Cabana Huntington Beach Tournament Flight 1 Champions.  The BU8/9 team put all their beach practices to work to live up to their name and win their first ever beach tournament – while looking pretty cool in the process!
BU9-Gilligan-SB-Swallows-Cup688x300Swallows Cup Flight 1 Champions.  With wins over San Clemente and Fontana Guadalajara under their best a tie with United FC secured the U8 Boys unbeaten status to take them to the final.  A rematch versus the team from Guadalajara resulted in a one side affair after the break as the boys went on to win the final comfortably after an evenly contested first half.


Cerritos Classic & Irvine Summer Classic: GU8 Perez – Finalists

Coach Art Perez’s Girls U8 team, made up of all first year club players, were finalists in the Cerritos Memorial and the Irvine Summer Classic. Being a new club team, they have been working hard and are off to a great start!


Legends Classic: GU12 White Nunez – Champions

Beach FC G03 White were division champions in the Legends Classic 2015 held onMay 16-17.


Pre Academy: GU12 Perez & Hodson – Champions

Semi Finalists of Dallas Super Copa losing on penalties after 10 rounds


Beach Winter Cup: GU14 Courtney – Champions




Former Beach FC and Cal South ODP midfielder Samantha Witteman has signed with the Orlando Pride ahead of the 2016 National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL) season. The Pride will begin its season this Sunday as they travel to face Portland Thorns FC at 7 pm PT at Providence Park.

Witteman, who was selected as the 10th overall selection in the 2016 NWSL College Draft following a standout career at the University of California, Berkeley, joined the Pride for the preseason camp that begun in early February. Along with Witteman, Southern California talents and former Cal South players Christian Burkenroad and Dani Weatherholt joined the Pride for camp.

The following is the complete 2016 Orlando Pride roster:
GOALKEEPERS (2): Aubrey Bledsoe, Ashlyn Harris (FP-USA)
DEFENDERS (7): Laura Alleway (INT’L-AUS), Josée Bélanger (FP-CAN), Steph Catley (INT’L-AUS), Kristen Edmonds, Monica Hickmann Alves (INT’L-BRA), Cami Levin, Toni Pressley
MIDFIELDERS (5): Becky Edwards, Maddy Evans, Kaylyn Kyle (FP-CAN), Lianne Sanderson, Sam Witteman
FORWARDS (4): Jamia Fields, Sarah Hagen, Alex Morgan (FP-USA), Jasmyne Spencer


Friday Night Academy – Long Beach

Beach FC Youth Academy

We are excited to announce that registration for our Friday night Academy is now open!
Running from December 4th – January 29th this is an opportunity for all players U5 to U10 to join highly qualified Beach coaches in a 7 week developmental program. Training will take place at Cal State Long Beach from 6-7pm each Friday.

The Beach FC Youth Academy is a very fun experience in a competitive environment. Each training session will take players through 6-8 different activities that teach and develop the following:

  • Coordination
  • Agility
  • Quickness
  • Dribbling
  • Shooting
  • Passing

Our last winter Academy had 200+ players in attendance. This year registration will be capped. Register now to save your spot.

Training Dates

  • Friday, 4
  • Friday, 11
  • Friday, 18


  • Friday, 8
  • Friday, 15
  • Friday, 22
  • Friday, 29


  • Friday, 5 (Make Up Day if necessary)


We will be at the main soccer field this week and to stay posted for our move over to the baseball field at a future date. Both locations seen in the map below.


BFC Development League – South Bay


With US Soccer recently revealing its new “Player Initiative Plan,” which has been designed for the long-term success and development of youth soccer players across the country, Beach FC is excited to announce the launch of it’s 2015 BEACH FC WINTER DEVELOPMENT LEAGUE for the “Next Generation” of Beach FC Players.

US Soccer has determined that in order to maximize the enjoyment and development of the Youth Player’s in the US, that adjustments needed to be made in the way Youth Soccer was being structured and delivered. BEACH FC is excited to announce it’s Winter Development League Program which will provide an outstanding opportunity and environment for Young Player’s to learn the game, within the recommended framework of small sided games and calendar birth year age groups.

The Winter Development League will provide both a training program and gaming circuit, with the ultimate goal of creating more confident, skillful and intelligent players, in these formative age groups, in alignment with the US Soccer guidelines.

The program will specifically incorporate the recommended 4 v 4 format, which provides ALL PLAYERS with an increased opportunity to gain touches on the ball as well as developing their own ability to make decisions on the field, in both the attacking and defending phases.

Beach FC’s Winter League Program will be exclusively facilitated by our own professional Beach FC soccer coaches, in a developmentally appropriate, fun and challenging environment, designed to maximize each player’s soccer experience.

Don’t delay. Sign-Up today for the most forward thinking, innovative solution to your child’s soccer development, and become a part of Beach FC’s “NEXT GENERATION”


1. The League will be open to all players aged 5 – 10 years of age

2. Teams will be assigned based upon calendar year in accordance with US Soccer’s new age initiatives.

3. The Development League will run on weekends for 7 weeks (With a make up week if required). With each specific age group playing at the same allotted time every week for ease of scheduling. Week 7 will be a tournament format

4. Each week before the team’s game, players will be invited to train for one hour with our BEACH FC Skill trainers, to develop the technical skills required to enjoy and master the game.

5. Players will be assigned to squads of 6 players with friends able to sign-up as complete teams to play together each week.

6. The League will be fast paced, competitive but most of all fun. We want our player’s to enjoy every second of their experience on the field, and feel like an integral part of our Organization


Dates: Dec 5th, 12th, 19th, January 9th, 16th, 23rd, 30th

Cost: $210 for 7 weeks (14 Hours Contact Time)

Two Locations Long Beach and Redondo Beach.

Each Player Receives a Beach FC Development League Shirt.

Professional Coaches at Every Session.

Tournament on Week 7.