San Ramon FC joined the Women's Premier Soccer League at the end of 2015. Our team's inaugural season will begin in the summer of 2016. The team will be coached by Gabe Bolton. You learn more about at Gabe at www.gabebolton.com.
Our team will compete in the NorCal Division of the WPSL.
We expect our team to play exciting, attacking soccer. Our WPSL games will bring fun, enjoyable family entertainment to the San Ramon Valley.
Our 2016 roster is includes players from Cal, St. Mary's, Princeton and Fresno State!
In 2016, our home games will be played at Rancho San Ramon Park at 2000 Rancho Park Loop, San Ramon, CA 94582.
2016 SEASON - GAME RESULTS
Soccer Showdown Between The Two Second Place Teams
NOTE: FIELD CHANGED TO TIFFANY ROBERTS SPORTS PARK @ 5PM
2-1 victory vs North Bay FC Wave
The two teams played a hard fought, competitive match. San Ramon FC ultimately prevailed, with Megan Ravenscroft scoring twice in the 2-1 victory.
4-1 Victory vs. SF Nighthawks
San Ramon FC earned a 4-1 victory over the San Francisco Nighthawks at Rancho San Ramon Community Park in San Ramon. SRFC started fast, scoring within the first 5 minutes of the game. The score remained 1-0 for the rest of the half, as the Nighthawks settled down and played good possession soccer and solid defense against San Ramon's persistent attack.
The second half also began with an early goal, but this time for the visiting team. The Nighthawks earned a penalty kick after San Ramon committed a hard foul inside the penalty box, converting it into a goal that tied the match at 1-1.
The teams stayed level for a spell, until San Ramon's passing resulted in a through ball into the penalty box that was slotted home for the team's second goal of the game.
San Ramon's relentless attack and hustle created more and more scoring chances as the game continued. The reward for their hard work was two additional goals late in the match to pull away with a 4-1 victory.
The team's next match will be Saturday July 2nd at 5pm, at home vs North Bay FC Wave.
2-2 tie vs Fresno Freeze
After a scoreless 1st half, both teams came out on the attack in the 2nd half.
Fresno Freeze scored the first goal of the match and then took a 2-0 lead on a chip shot over the goalkeeper.
San Ramon found the back of the net after a corner kick scramble saw the ball roll across the goal line before it could be cleared.
San Ramon FC continued to pressure the defense with speedy runs down the line and dangerous crosses into the box. Crafty dribbling moves brought cheers from the crowd and the players continued to push for the equalizer.
The final goal came late in the match on a long strike by defender Miranda Nild. After it was cleared outside of the penalty box, Nild collected the ball and drove a hard shot over the defense and the goalkeeper to tie it 2-2.
San Ramon's first ever WPSL home game ended in a 2-2 tie, with the crowd of 120 fans enjoying an energetic, exciting and skillful match at Rancho San Ramon Community Park.
Our team earned a 4-0 victory on the road vs. Tottenham Spurs East Bay Ladies.
The took place Kennedy High School in Richmond, CA at 7pm on Sunday June 19th.
With the victory, San Ramon FC has built a 3-0-0 record with 3 consecutive road wins.
San Ramon FC's WPSL team earned an exciting victory last night vs defending conference champion, Cal Storm!
San Ramon FC's youth player, 15 year old Megan Roberts, started the scoring for the team...
We welcome inquiries from players interested in our team as well as sponsors interested in supporting our WPSL team.
Please contact our team's General Manager, Andy Mittler, at email@example.com.
For our full team schedule of games and the NorCal Division standings, please use the links to the WPSL pages listed below:
Full Team Schedule (Note: NorCal Division not added to WPSL league schedule page yet)
June 4th (Away): San Ramon FC 10, Primero de Mayo, 0.
June 11th (Away): San Ramon FC 3, Cal Storm Soccer, 2.
June 18th (Away): San Ramon FC 5, Tottenham East Bay Ladies, 0.
June 25th (Home): San Ramon FC 2, Fresno Freeze, 2.
June 28th (Home): San Ramon FC 4, SF Nighthawks, 1.
The WPSL is the largest premier amateur women's soccer league in the world, with over 100 teams.
The league was formed in 1998.
Many skilled college players spend time playing in the WPSL during the summer to improve their development and maintain their physical fitness.
A large number of international soccer players spent time playing the WPSL. Many players who played on the US Women's National Team also played in the WPSL, including: Alex Morgan, Megan Rapinoe, Abby Wambach, Tobin Heath, Julie Foudy and many more.