Real San Jose Soccer Club

Real San Jose finally kicks off the post-winter break portion of the 2021-22 NSL Pacific schedule this Sunday with a home game at PAL Stadium! Sunday 2:00 PM!

Real San Jose Soccer Club

Real San Jose traveled to Fremont on October 2, 2021 and returned home with 3 points following an exciting 2-1 over NorCal Rush. It was an entertaining match with both sides creating numerous scoring chances from start to finish.

RSJ opened the scoring in the 2nd minute through Patrik Sofalvi. Just two minutes later NorCal tied the match from the penalty spot and the game remained wide open from there as both sides had their chances to take the lead before halftime.

San Jose opened the second half just the first, this time Cedric Fossito, who just am on at the start of the half, played a perfect through ball to Sofalvi to score the winning goal.

NorCal did not go down quietly and almost tied the match at the end but their best chance splattered against the crossbar.

Midfielders Ulrich Dingue and Alejandro Arreola dominated the midfield for RSJ. Carlos Torres, Andy Canepa, and Juan Velazquez played well in defense in front of goalkeeper Vadim Butkenco.

RSJ return home on October 9 to host Cruizers FC from Modesto. The kickoff is set for 7:00 PM at PAL Stadium.

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Real San Jose Soccer Club

Real San Jose opened the 2021-22 NSL Pacific Conference season with a well-deserved 2-1 victory over 2021 Regular Season Champion San Pablo FC at PAL Stadium. Hector Herrera was the offense star by assisting on the RSJ tying goal, scored by Patrik Sofalvi, and then scoring the game-winner erasing one-goal halftime deficient. Defensively, RSJ was led by newcomers goalkeeper Vadim Butenko and defender Juan Velazquez.

"It was a great way to start the season. We were a different team in the second half as the guys were determined to get the win," said RSJ coach Dave Gold.

The season-opening was a little payback for San Pablo, beating RSJ twice last season. The second win knocked RSJ out of the playoffs.

RSJ travels to Fremont to face NorCal Rush, 2-0 losers to Richmond Sol on Sunday, returning home on October 9 to host Cruizers FC from Modesto.

Real San Jose Soccer Club

Real San Jose coach Dave Gold (left) accepts a $2,500 check from Kevin Waldschmidt of Vision Martial Arts on September 2, 2021.

In 2014, Vision Martial Arts was formed. It is their “VISION” to enhance life by training our students in becoming better members of the community. Our students achieve this because of greater confidence and self discipline.

In this VISION, bullying is no longer an issue. Through martial arts, children learn to work with each other and recognize similarities, as opposed to making fun of or intimidating based on differences.

VISION MARTIAL ARTS achieves this by working to develop student’s four states of health: Physical, Mental, Emotional, and Spiritual.

Why are martial arts so successful in transforming lives? The reason is fairly simple. Martial arts are habitual. It is about the “Practice, of being in Practice.” “How you do anything is how you do everything! Through positive habitual training, our students develop in a very structured approach.

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