New Temecula FC project to include top 30 local soccer players, age 16 to 18

The Temecula FC professional soccer organization is looking for the top-30 players, ages 16 to 18, from local Temecula and Murrieta high schools. Valley News/Andrez Imaging photo

The Temecula FC professional soccer organization is looking to add a new 30 in 3 program, which will include the top 30 players from local Temecula and Murrieta high schools. Selected players will have the benefit of being included in workouts with their minor league team in the NPSL and will get to work close with them and their families over the next three years.

The players, age 16-18 years old, will train within the program and may also play in the official NPSL league games and continue with their club and school. They will be able to train and play in scrimmages and internal first team versus reserve matches.

“Our minor league NPSL program is designed for all those players who wish to expand their sports training and have the opportunity to train/play with and against professional players,” owner Brandon Jantz said. “They will be evaluated at all times by coaches and coordinators of Temecula FC. Players who have reached the age of 18 and wish to try and play in college and have the ability, we can work to help facilitate that. We can also keep the players in the NPSL program during their adult playing time.”

Players that excel and get into the NPSL team will be offered professional tryouts in the USA and Europe. The program has already had six players over six years transfer from their club to professional teams in the U.S. and Europe. The goal of this program is to help the top 30 players in the valley achieve their goals.

Content of the program includes full minor league training and season from January to July. It is understood that January thru March training may be limited due to high school. Small group soccer training is in the morning twice a week, trainings with professional coaches four times a week, friendly matches, official league matches for players that are called up to the first team during the program, training at Patricia Birdsall soccer fields in Temecula, sports advice at any time and assistance with professional coaches and a professional training environment meant to get the best out of each player.

For more information, contact Brandon Jantz via email at or call (951) 795-1799.

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