Del Mar Carmel Valley Sharks Topsoccer program begins

The DMCV Sharks recently announced the start of its Topsoccer program, which just kicked off its third season.  The Topsoccer team is under the guidance of Head Coach Rebecca Ricci, a San Diego native who played Division 1 college soccer and who works as a Special Education Teacher.  This program provides an opportunity for kids and young adults with special needs to be a part of a team where they can experience the joy of learning the game of soccer, making friends and physical fitness.

TOPSOCCER is a soccer program that was developed by U.S. Youth Soccer and was created “to foster the physical, mental and emotional growth and development of America’s youth through the sport of soccer at all levels of age and competition.”  This program was created for athletes with special needs and/or disabilities. For information regarding this program or to register please contact Erin Misaki, director of recreation for DMCV Sharks: www.dmcvsharks.com

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