Monthly Archives: August 2014

Get Ready for the 2014 Soccer Season!


UCSB Season Tickets start as low as $4 with the popular family plan. Sign your team up to have your favorite Gaucho attend your next practice session or become a Ball Boy at our next home game.


Sign your team up for our Gaucho Guest Coaching Program

As part of our gaucho guest community outreach initiative, UCSB soccer players will be filling in as guest coaches for your AYSO teams. The Gauchos will run a one-hour practice for your team, availability for this years sessions are September 2, 3, 4, 10, 11, 22, 23, 24 & 25Sign Up Online

Sign your team up to be Ball Boys at a UCSB men’s game

Sign your team up to be ball boys at upcoming men’s home game. Please note that Big West Conference rules require all ball boys to be 10 years of age or older. We still have availability for the following games, September 5, 26 & 28, October 2, 4, 22, 25 & 29. Sign Up Online

UCSB Season Tickets as low as $4 with the popular Family Plan.

Season tickets for the 2014 UCSB season, including exciting home games against challenging opponents UCLA, Cal Poly, Northwestern, and Cal State Northridge, are now available! Tickets start out as low as $4 with the popular Family Plan. To secure your seats today, call the UCSB ticket office at 805-893-UCSB (8272) or order online here.

Follow UCSB Soccer. Get social with the Gauchos! To stay up-to-date on all things UCSB soccer: follow the team Twitter and Instagram accounts, like us on Facebook, and bookmark the UCSB Soccer Community Outreach Blog, Gauchos Assist.


Fifth Annual AYSO Skills Day Draws Huge Crowds

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This weekend, the UCSB Soccer team hosted the fifth annual AYSO Skills day at Harder Stadium. The event lasted from 2:30-6:30 and saw crowds of over 1000 young AYSO players looking to improve their soccer skills. The day consisted of an exhibition from the Futboleros USA Team, face painting, pictures and autographs from gaucho soccer players, and players clinics. The players clinics included fun activities, interactive games, shooting, juggling, dribbling, and passing skill sets.
Players from both UCSB men’s and women’s teams came to help out at the clinic. They coached the players clinics and helped the younger players find their confidence on the field. Greg Wilson, the assistant coach for the UCSB Men’s Soccer team says, “It’s great to see the whole soccer community come together today. It is a fantastic opportunity for our players to mentor the youth of our community and interact with the players, parents, and coaches. We all really enjoy sharing our knowledge of the game with the kids. ” Everyone left with a smile on their face from a Sunday afternoon well spent!

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