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When the economic depression hit the central valley causing unemployment and home foreclosure rates to skyrocket, Tracy Youth Soccer League decided to continue giving back to the community, e.g.players that cannot afford to pay the membership fees (fees that cover the cost of referees, field access, team photos, trophies, medals, playing circuit application costs, etc…) are provided a partial scholarship to cover the cost.In fact, Tracy Youth Soccer League, since its founding, has provided upwards of ,000 in scholarship funds to deserving players that have given back to their communities.Scholarships funds help pay for the cost of college.By 1986, Tracy Youth Soccer League had grown to 230 members and started a competitive soccer playing division for high school aged children.As is often the case, this successful growth did cause one particular problem – Tracy ran out of playing field space.Over the years, the organization continued to lay down the foundation for what it is today, an organization with affiliated leagues across all off Northern California.The history of Cal North is rich with stories- feel free to come to the Cal North Soccer Expo and speak to some of the volunteers to get a taste of this heritage.
Tracy’s history starts in 1878 when the Central Pacific Railroad completed a rail line that connected the San Francisco Bay Area to California’s capitol city, and eventually to Southern California.
Less than a mile away is also Tracy Sports Complex.
From that point on Tracy Youth Soccer league has continued to grow each year with over 1500 children participating each season.
Adolfo Placencia was one of those hispanic Americans that helped organize the first soccer games in Tracy.
Nonetheless, with tensions between Hispanic-Americans and the valley’s predominantly white farming elite escalating and culminating in the 1960s with movements inspired by Cesar Chavez, the soccer leagues were exclusive to the hispanic population.