Redwood City, CA
600 + Players
Since 1956
50 + Teams

Our official Press Release for everyone:

Our Club:

Since 1956, Juventus Sport Club is the Peninsula’s Premier Youth Soccer Club. Located in Redwood City, CA at the heart of Silicon Valley, We are one of the most preeminent and well-known soccer clubs in the Bay Area. We have over 50 teams in our boys and girls program, including a Full-Time USSDA Academy from U12-U19.

Across all the levels within our team’s age groups, our goal is the same: to use soccer as vehicle to provide our youth with pathways for success.

Why Choose Us?

Juventus has always prided itself in providing the very best training environment for its players. As such, we pride ourselves on the level of coaching licenses our full-time staff hold. We are extremely privileged to have two US Soccer “A”Licenses, two US“B” Licenses, and countless C, D, and Grassroots level licenses. Our commitment to our profession enables us to create an elite long-term performance environment for all of our players. Our full-time staff have coached pro soccer, college soccer, national teams, Division 1 college and have countless players into college programs, into professional contracts and on to National teams.

Community Oriented
We are proud to be a community oriented soccer club. Our club consists of full time staff as well as many parent volunteers who make the day to day operations all possible. Additionally, we never turn away any player due to financial constraints, providing $50,000 in scholarships annually.

We were founded in 1956. We are extremely proud of our achievements over the last 63 years and have proven we have a long-term commitment to the community of Redwood City. Our legacy continues to be written as we continue to develop the next generation of soccer players.

Our Development Path:

In JUVENTUS SC we pride on having Professional Licensed Coaches on every program, the best training fields in the Peninsula, as well as having a USDA Academy, which is the top level for youth in the country.

Juve Juniors

( U5 - U7 )


1x week training
1x week organized games

Bambinos Program

( U7 )

2x week training
1x week organized games
League game on participation in Winter Futsal Leagues
Participation in Spring League


( U8 - U19)

2x week training
1x week organized games
League game on participation in Winter Futsal Leagues
Participation in Spring League


( U8 - U19 )

2 to 3 times
a week training
Participation in Spring League



( U12 - U19 )

3x week
Participation in Development Academy League or National Premier League.


( U19+ )

Our goal is to place all of our student athletes into College Programs


Coach Anders Perez
“ I believe in helping each and every player reach their maximum potential and develop their individual talent to the fullest. We as coaches owe it to our players to give them our absolute attention and teach them what they need to know. My philosophy is that the player deserves to develop with the ball at their feet.  All my exercises and drills are centered around attaining maximum touches on the ball to aid in the improvement of their technical ability.


Parent Danielle Normington
“ Juventus Soccer Club has been instrumental for both of my son’s soccer development and approach to playing the game over the past three years. The coaches have an incredible ability to guide the kids not just to learn technical skills and game skills, but also to develop their minds to play as a team.  We also believe our sons are learning through the Club life skills including determination, hard work and respect for others. We are thankful to Juventus Soccer Club, the coaches, the staff and the parents who have dedicated their time and effort to make Juventus the best Soccer Club!.”


Player Daniel Aguirre
“ Playing for Juventus had a tremendous impact in helping me
get to the collegiate level. Being coached by the best coach I
have had and learning my things from him shaped me into the
player I am now. In addition, being a part of a group of so
many talented players only benefited my development as a
player and as a human being.”