TOPSoccer Program Information

San Diego Soccer Club’s TOPSoccer Program Information 

Welcome to our SDSC TOPSoccer Program!

We welcome all challenged athletes and their families who love playing soccer to enjoy our spring and fall sessions. In addition, we provide opportunities for our TOPSoccer athletes to participate in soccer tournaments year-round, including one of SDSC and San Diego's biggest tournaments, the Pegasus Cup.

The fun takes place Sunday mornings from 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. from March through May (Spring Session) at Westview High School stadium, and from August 23 to November 22 (Fall Session) at Rancho Bernardo High School stadium. 

The registration fee is only $10, and serves you through both 2015 sessions. We provide our athletes with a TOPSoccer training t-shirt, an SDSC refillable water bottle, and snacks at the conclusion of each session.

If you have an athlete interested in participating in TOPSoccer or if you are interested in volunteering to support our program by being a "buddy," please contact Oscar Eusebio,, and Bob Whitney at


Download TOPSoccer Information and Registration Forms:

What is TOPSoccer?
TOPSoccer (which stands for The Outreach Program for Soccer) is a community-based soccer program for young athletes with physical and mental disabilities athlete that provides a safe and fun environment for their child to participate in organized sports. These athletes compete with athletes of similar abilities. Any player, ages 4 and up, who possesses a physical or mental disability that limits their ability to perform at the level of play they have chosen to participate is eligible for the program. Emphasis of this program is on development, training, and providing meaningful participation rather than on competition. TOPSoccer’s goal is to enable the thousands of young athletes with disabilities to become valued and successful members of Cal South.

A successful TOPSOCCER program has the following:
• Placement of players by ability not age
• Highlight players’ ability rather than their disability
• Make players have a meaningful experience, not just a token player
• Make players achieve desired goals without assistance
• and FUN! FUN! FUN!

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