Force Academy midfielder Jack Imperato has joined the Academy of Spanish La Liga side Villarreal CF.
Jack will join Villarreal CF’s Juvenil B side, living on campus at their academy. Imperato who carries an Italian passport turned 16 earlier this year, read our interview with Jack here:
In an incredible weekend in Manteca our 7v7 teams took home 3 State cup Championships, to secure #1 ranking for U10 Boys, U9 Boys and U9 girls.
Both, De Anza Force 08 Academy and 09 Academy coached by Dan Neal won their State Cup Finals, 09s winning their 1st State Championship, with the 08s achieving a remarkable back-to-back win making it two cups in 2 years.
Matching the Force 09s, California Thorns 09 Academy coached by Alex Booth won the Thorns' first State Championship with a 3-2 win over Blues, coming from 2-0 down.
De Anza Force Soccer Club is a nationally recognized, not-for-profit youth soccer club in the SF Bay area. The club focuses on year-round professional training that will develop players to their greatest potential, focusing on player development and exposure to the highest level of competition with the goal of preparing players for the collegiate game. Since 2010 we have had growing numbers of male and female elite level players on college teams. DeAnza Force is uniquely positioned to achieve its goal with a world class training curriculum with the US Soccer Development Academy for both Boys and Girls (female teams with our sister club California Thorns FC).