Ballistic United Soccer Club Fundraiser – Friday, September 18, 2015
Community Fundraiser Night
On Friday, September 18, 2015
2882 Kitty Hawk Road,
Livermore, Ca 94551
Make a Reservation Today! 925-447-1224
Cattlemens and Ballistic United Soccer Club are teaming up to raise money for Ballistic United Soccer Club with a “Community Fundraiser Night”.
Cattlemens will give 10% of your final bill
Download the flyer below and bring it in that evening and back to Ballistic United Soccer Club.
You can raise money for your charity in a fun, friendly, family-oriented environment.
For more information please Contact Gayla Gilliland (925) 765-3667
About Ballistic United Soccer Club
The Ballistic United Soccer Club was established in 1968 to support the youth of Pleasanton, California and its surrounding un-incorporated areas. Today, BUSC with its counter part, the Pleasanton Rage are the affiliated branches of the Pleasanton Youth Soccer League.
P.Y.S.L. is recognized and complies with the authority of the California Youth Soccer Association-North (CYSA-N) and US Club-Norcal Premier League (Norcal). Both organizations are sanctioned leagues of USYSA. USYSA is a member of the United States Soccer Federation (USSF), and its world-wide sanctioning body FIFA. Both CYSA-N and Norcal provide many levels of play for our Ballistic United. Ballistic United has also been approved to compete in the private US Soccer Academy league, which provides the highest level of training and competitions for the best players in the region.
Our Competitive division teams are selected through a placement process each year. The teams are ranked from to top to bottom as follows: Academy, Premier, Elite, Select, and Advanced. Most competitive teams travel to tournaments as US Club Soccer, USSF affiliated teams, and play for North California State Cup under the Norcal affiliation. BUSC plays a club wide possession-based style of play utilizing the 1-4-3-3 system or the 1-3-1-3 formation.
Our Recreational teams are formed by the player’s local school area. No placements are required. All recreational BUSC teams play in the BUSC House Recreational leagues. There is a place to play for everyone.
From only seven teams in 1968, BUSC has grown to over 154 teams and 1,600 registered players in 2015. As our community and club continues to grow, more volunteers are needed each year. Please become involved in your community and become a BUSC volunteer.