After a competitive game this past weekend where your CCFC came out with a tie, Pajaro Valley comes to visit. Oct 13, 4:30pm.
Congrats to our starting keeper Andrew Konstantino for signing with Moroka Swallows FC club in South Africa!!!
Contra Costa County home grown and CCFC is proud, keep working Tino!!!!
To everyone that supported Contra Costa Football Club this season, we Thank You!
June 29, 2019 at 6:00pm Contra Costa FC took on JASA of Redwood City in a UPSL Playoff Match up.
CCFC player Nic Bob having a chat with campers during their snack time. The first week is in the books but there is still seven weeks available. Click Here to Register
This soccer camp offers skill training, soccer games, and small-sided competition in a safe and nurturing environment. This camp is an excellent way for all young soccer players to spend their school break having lots of fun while developing soccer skills along the way.
One down, two to go. The UPSL Wild West DIvision champion Contra Costa Football Club defeated Real San Jose 3-1 at Northgate High School in Walnut Creek, highlighted by a pair of open-net, second half goals by Brandon Kearney and Eli Padilla.
Contra Costa played the aggressor throughout the first half, however Real San Jose’s goalkeeper stopped the first several attempts by CCFC in the first quarter hour.
Contra goalkeeper Andrew Constantino faced little pressure early in the first half on breakaways from Real San Jose, but was able to make the clearances just out of his box.
Real San Jose’s goalkeeper came up with a huge stop at the post in the 16th minute, as Santiago Alejandro hit a perfect volley low at the post, however RSJ’s goalkeeper made the highlight-worthy save.
CCFC struck first on the scoreboard just two minutes later when Alejandro fired a shot off of a free kick that struck the far post and into the back of the net, putting Contra up 1-0.
Real San Jose pulled even at 1-1 just after the half-hour mark as they broke away from the Contra backline and fired past Constantino into the back of the net. Contra nearly responded just minutes later, however Padilla’s shot from distance went just over the crossbar.
They nearly pulled ahead in the first half again in the 35th minute when Luis Navarro nearly beat RSJ’s backline to a ball heading toward the net, however RSJ’s goalkeeper beat Navarro to the ball, making the save and parrying the ball away at the top of the box.
Contra pulled ahead early in the second half on a pair of open-net goals by Brandon Kearney in the 47th minute and by Padilla in the 55th minute. Kearney tapped in his goal on a second chance off of a cross for CCFC, and Padilla headed in his goal after a frantic sequence inside the RSJ six-yard box.
RSJ nearly pulled back a goal in the 57th minute, chipping Constantino just past his six-yard box, however, Kearney was there to prevent the goal, clearing the ball at the line.
Contra put the game away in the 81st minute as Navarro headed in a cross in front of the net, putting Contra up 4-1, and Steven Henry curled in a goal in the 85th minute to extend the score 5-1.
CCFC plays the winner of the AFC Hearts - JASA FC match in the next round of the playoffs at home on Saturday, June 29th at 6 p.m.
Support your local team with the purchase of some great team gear in our shop. Click Here.
The Final four are in and your CCFC are part of it. Games are scheduled for Feb 23, 7pm at Beach Chalet Soccer Fields. Come out and support your team.
Come out and watch an exhibition match between your CCFC and Pajaro Valley United on Saturday 16th, 6pm. Admission $5 at gate, kids get in free when they wear their club jersey.