Where Roseville plays Soccer.
The Roseville Youth Soccer Club (RYSC) is a non-profit, volunteer based organization that supports over 4,500 youth soccer playing members in Roseville, and surrounding, communities.
The RYSC is a member of the Placer Youth Soccer League (PYSL) which is part of the the California Youth Soccer Association for Northern California (CYSA-North).
The RYSC offers two programs:
The Recreational Program, where players simply register to play soccer from late Summer into Fall, where teams are coached by volunteer coaches. Season typically includes (10) games and team training twice a week.
The Competitive Program (aka Roseville Premier), where players attend tryouts in May in hopes of making a competitive team, coached by staff with higher coaching education. Teams compete all year long (with breaks) at Silver- through Premier/State levels. For more information on the Competitive Program please visit Roseville Premier website. Click here
The Roseville Youth Soccer Club is incredibly proud to announce their partnership with Andrew Ziemer who will join the Roseville staff and lead in all matters related to coach education and player development. Andrew joins the Roseville Staff with an impressive background. He is well-known in Northern California for being a leader in youth soccer for the past 25 years.
He played collegiate soccer at both Fresno State and Sonoma State. He then went on to play at the top amateur level overseas in Germany and the Netherlands, before returning to play in the American Professional Soccer League. Upon his return, he began his coaching career. He holds a USSF National A License, and KNVB Dutch Soccer Federation Level III license. He has been an instructor with Norcal Premier and has taught countless courses, coached the PDP (Player Development Program) and helped develop the Norcal Premier Level 1 Coaching Course. In 2015 Andrew was awarded the prestigious “Development Academy Coach of the Year.”
“When the opportunity came along to help with the Roseville Youth Soccer Club I did not have to think twice. My passion and area of expertise is to help bring everyone on the same page in regards to the soccer aspect so that we can better serve the members. I will be on the fields throughout the year executing training programs and camps for coaches and players at both the recreational and competitive levels of play” said Andrew Ziemer.
Andrew’s primary role will be to develop, oversee, and implement Roseville’s age-specific curriculum for both the recreational and competitive sides of the program. He will be providing coaching instruction to all of Roseville’s coaches, as well as technical training and camps for the players.
Please join me in welcoming Andrew Ziemer to our club. Andrew looks forward to meeting everyone in the coming months.
PO Box 355 Roseville, CA 95678