LEGENDS FC G98 plays in the Southern California Development Soccer League (SCDSL) and has been accepted in to the Play-In-Round Qualifers for the New California Regional League. We finished 2nd in the (Girls U14) Pacific Development National Premier League (PDNPL). We currently practice at both Ayala Sports Park in Chino and Veterans Sports Park in Pomona. We have great team manager Jeanine Goff and a supportive group of parents. For information about our team please contact Jeanine Goff by sending a message from our contact page.
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JOSH HODGES BIO:
Licensing/Certification: National "A" License, United States Soccer Federation
Coaching & Playing Experience: Coach of #1 Ranked Back-2-Back National Cup Champion Legends FC GU17 Team 2010-11; Director of Coaching, Glendora Football Club; Former Men’s Assistant College Coach, Azusa Pacific University; Former Boys & Girls Varsity Coach, Glendora High School; Collegiate player, Azusa Pacific University.
Professional Experience: GCSA soccer company owner; Former General Manager of "The Arena" Indoor Sports Complex; Founder & Director of Coaching, GFC Soccer Program; PDL Franchise Owner, LA Legends/LA Storm.
During his short tenure in Glendora, Josh Hodges has developed many players for the high school, collegiate, semi-professional, olympic development program, and the national ID2 programs. Josh Hodges is committed to building a club soccer program the right way, where players can start when they are young and be truly developed through the professional ranks.
Josh Hodges has been involved with soccer at all levels and every type of program. Hodges has a sincere desire and passion to grow the game of soccer not only in Southern California but in the United States.
Interview by Mike Woitalla Executive Editor of Soccer America Magazine (Thursday, Jan 24, 2013 Issue)
When Josh Hodges finished his college playing career at Azusa Pacific a decade ago, he started a youth club in Glendora, an inland Southern California city of 50,000. Last year, three Legends FC girls teams reached the USYS National Championships and the U-15s, under Coach Rick Young, lifted the crown. We spoke with 34-year-old Hodges about how he steered a club that started with five teams in 2002 to national contender that now fields 50 girls teams and 20 boys team and is sending scores of players to college ball.
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