Real San Jose Soccer Club

With the new year comes plenty of exciting opportunities for persons who enjoy lower division soccer in all positions at Real San Jose.

"This is a great time to do something fun and exciting with RSJ, and I hope soccer lovers in San Jose will join. UPSL expansion into the women's game and our new competitive youth program with San Jose PAL opens the door to exciting times," said RSJ manager Nick Arellano.

Here are the latest opportunities:

1: Women's Team: RSJ is looking for an experienced person to help establish the women's program to play in the UPSL. The Wild West Division is starting a new league playing May through July. Tryouts for players will be with the men in February.

2: Competitive Youth Program: RSJ has joined-up with San Jose PAL to build a competitive youth program to play in the newly established SJP Wild West Youth Soccer League. The league will begin to play in March. At this point, coaches need to be signed up now for tryouts in February.

3: First team: RSJ is looking for coaches for the coming UPSL season. Tryouts for players will be February.

Contact: If you would like to join, please call Nick Arellano at 408.766.4775, best to text first. Or email

Real San Jose Soccer Club

Real San Jose fell 1-0 to JASA on November 23, 2019, at Red Morton Park in Redwood City, thus ending the UPSL Fall Season in last place in the West West Red Division. The only goal of the match came off a corner kick in the 75th minute.

Noe Olivo and Miles Monroe all had strong performances in the RSJ defense. Cesar Prado and goalkeeper Julian Escobar each made their RSJ debuts. Omololu Ajao made a brief debut going out injured in the opening minutes. Unfortunately, a strong defensive performance was all RSJ could provide once again as the offensive was shutout again.

Real San Jose Soccer Club

Real San Jose failed to provide the big performance that was required to stay alive in the Wild West playoff race and fell 4-0 to San Leandro United on November 16 at PAL Stadium. It was a disappointing loss, to say the least. RSJ struggled all season to mount a consistent attack and it was even worse than normal on this night. On the other end, San Leandro put their chances away and moved into playoff position.

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