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San Francisco: Our Community

San Francisco Elite Soccer Club seeks to harness the magic of San Francisco and the power of sport as a force for social good. Whether on the pitch, in the stands, or within the community, San Francisco Elite SC will represent our one-of-a-kind city with passion, pride, and commitment to all things San Francisco. Block by block. Player by player. Supporter by supporter. Resident by resident. One street at a time. One game at a time. This is about San Francisco first. San Francisco Elite embodies what the City of San Francisco is about. We are diverse. We are multicultural. We are what is new about a burgeoning metropolis. We represent a brand new dawn in the Bay Area. One that is inclusive and accepting. One that encourages growth and creativity. Our name rings out from all corners of San Francisco. From humble beginnings in the Inner Richmond, San Francisco Elite has its fingerprints all over the City. From Ocean Beach to Ingleside, to Crocker Amazon and the Mission. From the University of San Francisco to the Presidio. Wherever you go, you will find us. We are in every unique neighborhood and on every street. We are ingrained in our City. We are a community. We are San Francisco.


Negoesco Stadium: Our Home

History. Tradition. When it comes to soccer, nothing represents these two things in San Francisco like Negoesco Field on the beautiful University of San Francisco campus.


The stadium is sunken down from the road, and makes you feel as if you are walking into an undiscovered part of San Francisco. Surrounded by Cypress trees, and with views of USF's domed Cathedral, St. Ignatius, to the east and views of the rolling hills and ocean to the west, it is a picturesque setting for a match.


Negoesco isn't just a place of beauty and splendor, but a history and tradition of being a go-to location for some of San Francisco's biggest events. 


It has been host to major professional soccer events, such as the US Open Cup match between the San Jose Earthquakes and LA Galaxy in 2001, with the Quakes winning an exciting match 1-0. The Earthquakes also hosted a 2003 International friendly with Shanghai Shenhua, a team from the Chinese Super League.


The University of San Francisco men's and women's soccer teams have made history at Negoesco as well. Between the two programs, the stadium boasts six national championships, two national runners-up banners and banners celebrating the 30 times the programs have been to the NCAA Tournament, as well as the nine appearances in the College Cup.


One should not ignore the banner that features the 41 NSCAA All-Americans who have played for the Dons. 


Fans can also be a part of history in another sense, by supporting the Women's Premier Soccer League, as sports continues to be a vehicle for leveling the playing field. Come to historic Negoesco Field to support San Francisco Elite Soccer Club and support women's sports.


Geographically located in the heart of San Francisco, and home to San Francisco Elite Soccer Club, this family friendly field and sport celebrates the best of what soccer means in the City of San Francisco.


Join Us: Become a Member

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*Ambassador Memberships are available only to supporters living outside the nine Bay Area counties (Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Napa, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Solano, and Sonoma). Ambassador Membership does not include game tickets


SF Elite is a strong supporter in the development of women’s soccer.  SF Elite has had many club players playing in the WPSL (Women's Premier Soccer League) after graduating from High School.  The WPSL is the second tier of women’s soccer in the United States and Canada.   The WPSL is sanctioned by the United States Adult Soccer Association (USASA)- an affiliate of the  United States Soccer Federation (USSF), the ruling body of soccer in the United States. The WPSL is currently the largest women’s soccer league in the world.


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