Tony DiCicco Visit Youth Soccer Club in Southern California
Soccer legend, Tony DiCicco, is coming to San Diego, California to attend the Girls Tryouts at Southern California’s Albion Soccer Club. Former US Women’s National Team Head Coach from 1994 – 1999 will work with Noah Gins to evaluate at the Albion SC Girls Tryout & Training this week.
Tony DiCicco led America to victory at the Olympics and the FIFA Women’s World Cup. Next week, the soccer legend is coming to San Diego, California to work with Albion Soccer Club.
DiCicco has accomplished more in soccer than most coaches combined. As the former head coach of the US Women’s National and Olympic Soccer Teams, DiCicco led our country to victory at the 1996 Olympics — coming home with the first ever Gold Medal in women’s soccer, and — then in 1999 — coached our women’s national team to triumph at the FIFA Women’s World Cup.
A former All-American Goalkeeper himself, DiCicco has coached top professional soccer players and is making a special trip to Albion SC next week to work with their Girls youth soccer program and help evaluate players trying out for the club. DiCicco will also meet with and train the Albion SC coaching staff and elite players.
DiCicco will be at the Albion SC Youth Soccer Tryouts and Training being held at La Jolla Country Day High School on Wednesday, April 29th and on Thursday, April 30th.
Training / Try Out will start at 7:30 PM until 9:30 PM on Wednesday for GU15-U16 and at 6 PM – 7:30 PM on Thursday for GU17-GU18.
“We anticipate a great turnout of players wanting to play at Albion SC as well as our existing teams training for National Cup and training with the club,” said Noah Gins, Technical Director for Albion SC. “To have Tony on board with Albion SC and believe in what we are doing as a program and support our efforts — is a huge victory for our girls program — and we look forward to all he has to offer Albion SC.”