Sacramento’s Premier women’s soccer team
2019- The California Storm finished with an impressive record of 11-1, finishing in the top 8 in the country out of 119 teams. The Storm won the PacNorth Conference undefeated, outscoring their opponents 44 goals for to only 6 against. The Storm's only loss of the season came against the defending national champions, Seattle Sounders, in the Regional Championship.
California Storm players come from many different backgrounds: from current college standouts and college soccer team coaches to former National, distinguished, and world-wide recognized professional players. From Ghana to Greece, international players from around the world seek a position with the California Storm. The Storm has been fortunate enough to have, Brazilian star, Sissi (named the 3rd best women’s soccer player to ever play the game by FIFA) continue to play at the highest level each year with the team. Sissi’s relentless leadership and dedication to the sport has been an incredible asset for more than ten years, both to her teammates and the many youth players she coaches.
Outstanding college and post-collegiate athletes continue to choose the California Storm, year after year, to stay in shape and to build on their current skills. Whether they are planning on returning to their regular college season, or are pursuing or have finished a professional soccer career, playing with the Storm at such a high level will gives these players the competitive edge that they deserve. It’s no wonder the Storm team has helped to produce phenomenal career soccer players such as USA World Cup Winner Brandi Chastain and USWNT standout Alex Morgan.
Stanford, Santa Clara, UC Berkley, Sacramento State, Saint Mary's, San Jose State, Fresno State, CSU Hayward, U of Pacific, Sonoma State, UC Davis, UNLV, Univ. of San Francisco, Pepperdine, Cal State Stanislaus, Nevada/Reno, and Wake Forest.