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    Calling all Trades - DUSL Wants you!

    Are you a trades professional? Do you work in construction, office supply, office management, or graphics? If so we need to talk ASAP!

    DUSL has started the process of renovating our office space and we need your help. We are looking for members that can help us with the renovation process. Specifically


    • Electrician - 1 hour of work
    • Flooring and tile - 3 hours of work
    • Painters - 3 hours of work
    • House cleaners - 2 hours of work
    • Shades and Shutters - 4 windows need covers
    • Office Supply - Need office furniture
    • Signing - Need exterior and interior signing

    If you specialize in any of these trades, we would love to talk to you about helping us with our new office. We are looking for discounts,  donations, or trade outs for DUSL registration. The time frame is tight, so please contact us right away at if you are interested.

    Where in the world is DUSL?

    DUSL represented at PGA West in Palm Springs

    The month of June is our cooling off period for all DUSL players. We urge families to take a break, take family vacations and spend the start of summer relaxing before the teams come together in July, to begin competitive and recreational soccer play. 

    We realize that most families take vacations, mini vacations, weekend getaways or just extended trips during this period of the year, and we want to be included...

    Introducing the 2019 "Where in the World is DUSL"  contest. As you take your vacations we would love to see where you are, and what you're doing. To participate all you have to do is:

    • Take a selfie with any DUSL gear on.
    • Try to include an image that symbolize's where you are. If you're at Yosemite put trees in the background, Las Vegas? show the hotels. Cabo? Let's see some sand. Paris? Eiffel Tower would be nice. Bakersfield? How about the Buck Owens Crystal Palace?
    • It doesn't matter where you go. It can be around the Bay Area, in California, in other states, or in other countries. We just want to see our DUSL gear worn with pride at your destination location.

    Submit pictures to by July 6th 2019 to be considered. Winners will receive prizes so don't delay, send us these pictures right away. 

    Competitive Uniform Ordering Process

    For all competitive players:

    DUSL has established a process for you to follow to order Premier/Elite/Select team uniforms. 

    On Monday May 27th DUSL will have your team and players name loaded on the Soccer Pro website. You can access your name and order your uniform on line.  You do not have to go into the store if you know your size. To access the SoccerPro website, use the link and order your uniforms now. 

    In addition, if you don't know what size your player should order, we have establish dates for each DUSL team, to go to the Soccer Pro store at 6635 Dublin Blvd, for sizing. It is imperative to adhere to the dates scheduled for your team, and NOT show up randomly for uniform sizing. 

    Specific numbers have been assigned based on the team you play on. They are:

    Premier teams use numbers #1 - #20

    Elite 1 teams use numbers #21 - #40

    Elite 2 teams use numbers #41 - #60

    Select teams use numbers #61 - #80

    Select 2 teams use numbers #81 - #99


    The sizing dates are as follows

    6/3/19 3pm-6pm

    2010G Premier

    2010G Select 1


    6/4/19 3pm-6pm  

    2006G Elite 1

    2003G Premier


    6/5/19 3pm-6pm  

    2011 Boys Premier 

    2011 Boys Elite 1 

    2011 Boys Select 1 


    6/6/19 3pm-6pm  

    2009 Boys Elite 1 

    2008 Boys Elite 1 

    2008 Boys Select 1 


    6/7/19 3pm-6pm  

    2006 Boys Elite 1 

    2004 Boys Elit 1  

    2004 Boys Elite 2 


    6/11/19 3pm-6pm  

    All existing/fill-in Girl's Teams

    2009 Girls Premier

    2008 Girls Premier

    2007 Girls Premier

    2006 Girls Premier

    2005 Girls Premier

    2002 Girls Premier


    6/13/19 3pm-6pm  

    All existing/fill-in Boy's Teams

    2010 Boys Premier

    2010 Boys Elite 1

    2009 Boys Premier

    2008 Boys Premier

    2007 Boys Premier

    2007 Boys Select 1

    2006 Boys Premier

    2004 Boys Premier

    2003 Boys Premier

    2002 Boys Premier


    General Managers Update

    Wow...What an exciting time for DUSL.

    GROWTH. We just finished a historically large player placement process for 2019, and had the largest turnout in DUSL history. Returning DUSL players, new players transitioning from recreation to competitive, players coming to DUSL from other clubs (Tri Valley, Rage, Ballistic, San Ramon, West Coast, Mustang), and players new to the community all came to player placements. This is a great indicator of the growth in the city of Dublin, and its impact to the long term success of DUSL

    COACHES. To ensure we provide a quality product for our competitive players, DUSL has hired a staff of over 20 coaches with a wide variety of coaching experience. We have some tenured coaches, former collegiate players coaching, veteran coaches returning to DUSL, nationally licensed coaches, High School coaches, College coaches and  some new coaches. This means our players will receive some of the most diverse and specialized coaching from the DUSL staff.

    RECREATION. Around the corner is our Recreational registration. We have already started programs to ensure the recreational leagues have all the resources needed to ensure a fun filled 2019 recreational season. Recreational coaches have already attended coaches meetings, had the option for pre paid officials licensing and training. We have created a team selection committee, to get a jump start on team selections for 2019. The next recreational coaches meeting is less than 2 weeks away. 

    SPACE. Did I mention our office? For the first time in our 51 years of existence, DUSL will have an official office for team meetings, coaches meetings, board meetings, and DUSL events. The location is under remodel but will soon be accessible to our membership. Stay tuned for more details on this exciting event for DUSL.

    Volunteers. Next week we will open the DIBS program located on this website, for members to fulfill their volunteer hours by helping us with our fireworks booth. We will have many 3 and 6 hour shifts that you can use to get your volunteer deposit back. Please take a look next week and volunteer for a shift or two. Remember once the shifts are filled, we will close this opportunity.

    We hope you are excited as we are about the positive changes going on at DUSL. We look forward to seeing all of you and your families on the soccer pitch soon

    All the Best

    James Fulwiler

    Recreational Coaches & Team Managers Meeting #3

    DUSL will host the third 2019 Recreational Coaches and Team Managers meeting on Friday June 7th from 7pm - 9pm at the Dublin Library Community Room.

    Spirit Day Winners

    DUSL just had spirit day and we had an amazing show of spirit in all of our local schools. Dougherty, Fredericksen, John Green, Wells, and Quarry Lane were all represented! 
    Recreational, Select and Competitive players all showcased their spirit by wearing jerseys, warm ups, tee shirts, hoodies, shorts and bottoms all with DUSL logos on them..And we received some TERRIFIC pictures from our amazing players. We selected SPIRIT winners from the pool of pictures that we received from our membership. 

    Congratulations to our 18 Winners for wearing the DUSL gear to school and submitting the BEST photo's. Each winner will be issued a ForceField DUSL headgear unit valued at $50. Congratulations.


    First  Last
    Kavan Bhatt
    Connor Callan
    Allison Callan
    Giovanni  DiVecchio
    Gabriel Garcia
    David Garcia
    Austin Janakes
    Colton Kramer
    Kierra Kramer
    Vinny Miller
    Leo Miller
    Dominic Miller
    Josh  Nielsen
    Kyle Nielsen
    Mriganka Patil
    Ishan Raj Kamisetty
    Brandon Shumylo
    Ryan Shumylo

    General Managers' Message - Why We Coach

    Today I went early to Fallon Sports Park to set up the field for a training session with my DUSL Team. As I sat in my car I noticed three young men in their mid twenties, laying on the ground, on field #3. After a couple minutes they got up, passed a couple soccer balls around and took shots on goal. Clearly these young men had played soccer before and they still had a love for the game. 

    In the heat of the spring day, they spent an hour being young people, just socializing and kicking a soccer ball. I didn't want to disrupt them, but I had to start setting up the field for my training session.

    As I got my gear, I walked toward the field and the group of young men noticed. They started to gather their gear to exit the field so I could take over.

    One of the young men started to walk toward me. He was 6'2", looked about 25-27 years old, very strong (clearly a weight lifter), and was shirtless. I didn't know what to expect as he approached.

    Then I heard him say "Coach James?"...I looked confused, and he could tell by my expression I didn't know who he was. He said "it's me Matt".  My heart immediately warmed as I realized it was Matt (Matty) Samaro. He had grown so much. He was taller, stronger, facial features more defined, but underneath I could still see the kid in him. 

    You see, in 2013/2014 I had the privilege to coach Matt at Dublin High School. He was a DUSL alumni and he set an indelible footprint in local soccer folklore. That year, Dublin High School made an unforgettable run in the annual North Coast Section playoffs, battling Hercules High School to bring the SECOND NCS championship home to Dublin. This team was filled with DUSL players and once again Dublin was an underdog. 

    The match finished regulation in a 2-2 tie, and after two high intensity extra periods produced a stalemate, the match went to Penalty kicks. 

    Matt Samaro was a small player. He wasn't particularly fast, tall or strong. However Matt was a soccer technician with great touch, passing skills, vision, with soccer intelligence. He was quiet, but dominated the ball when he had it. I selected Matt to be the fourth kicker in our first five penalty kick line up.

    As destiny would have it, when Matt walked up to the penalty mark, he found himself with the opportunity to win the championship for DHS if he made his shot.....

    As I talked to Matt, I learned that he had just graduated from UC San Diego with a degree in pre-medicine and was home visiting his terrific family. He also has been accepted to Indiana University for medical school. Matt was well spoken, intelligent and had his upcoming life plans clearly laid out. While Matt was updating me I found myself reminiscing on his soccer years, and I was so proud to hear that we have another DUSL/DHS soccer player, that has grown to be a highly functional, respectable, and intelligent young man. Knowing that our community, our sport, our coaches and our DUSL soccer club has had a small part in this young mans development, means we made a difference.

    That is why we coach.


    Back to that NCS penalty kick....Click the link below to see what happened when Matt took his kick.

    All the Best

    James Fulwiler

    Happy 50th Birthday to our DOC

    Please join us in wishing Scott Berglin a Happy 50th Birthday!

    Get to know your Coach

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    Coach Andres Ponce



    Home Country - Peru

    Favorite Pastime - Hiking

    Favorite Food - Chinese

    The place I would like to vacation to - Scandinavian countries

    One person I would like to meet - Sitting Bull

    Dream Job - would be not have one and live in a secluded area


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    Coach Amber King 


    Home Country - USA

    Favorite Pastime - Family, Art, Outdoors, Golf 

    Favorite Food - Pizza

    The place I would like to vacation to - SPAIN

    One person I would like to meet - St. Thomas Aquinas

    Dream Job - Coaching and being a Director at DUSL 

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    Coach Danny Maloney



    Home Country - Ireland

    Favorite Pastime - Playing drums in a band

    Favorite Food - Smoked Salmon with Garlic potato's

    The place I would like to vacation to - Jamaica

    One person I would like to meet - Daniel O'Connell (great, great, great, great, grandfather)

    Dream Job - Touring drummer in a band


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    Coach Todd Barnes



    Home Country - USA

    Favorite Pastime - Hiking, Biking, Skiing

    Favorite Food - Ice Cream

    The place I would like to vacation to - Italy

    One person I would like to meet - George W. Bush

    Dream Job - Restaurant Owner


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    Coach Tony Castillo



    Home Country - USA

    Favorite Pastime - Hiking

    Favorite Food - Lasagna

    The place I would like to vacation to - Barcelona Spain

    One person I would like to meet - Iker Casillas

    Dream Job - Managing own sports store

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    Coach Darrel Wilkins 


    Home Country - USA

    Favorite Pastime - Being an Entrepreneur 

    Favorite Food - Tacos

    The place I would like to vacation to - South America

    One person I would like to meet - 

    Dream Job - Coaching Soccer 

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    Coach Miguel Madruga



    Home Country - Portugal

    Favorite Pastime - Hiking, Hanging out with friends and family

    Favorite Food - Chicken Soup

    The place I would like to vacation to - Greece or Brazil 

    One person I would like to meet - Zizou Zidane

    Dream Job - Coach a professional soccer team


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    Coach Kyra Esmeyer



    Home Country - USA

    Favorite Pastime - Playing Soccer and Going to movies

    Favorite Food - Pesto Pasta

    The place I would like to vacation to - Scandinavian countries

    One person I would like to meet - Johnny Depp

    Dream Job - Editor and Journalist


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    Coach Aaron Jones



    Home Country - USA

    Favorite Pastime - Riding motorcycles or Driving Hot Rods

    Favorite Food - Pizza

    The place I would like to vacation to - Hawaii

    One person I would like to meet - Ryan Dungey

    Dream Job - AMA Pro Motorcycle rider 


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    Coach Dragan Hinic 


    Home Country - Serbia

    Favorite Pastime - Play golf. Enjoy nature

    Favorite Food - Pizza

    The place I would like to vacation to - Kruger national park in South Africa 

    One person I would like to meet - Novak Djokovic or Nikola Tesla

    Dream Job - Create a foundation that works to end world hunger and provide water access to those who don’t have it 


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    Coach Kelly Santos



    Home Country - USA

    Favorite Pastime - Going to Rock Concerts

    Favorite Food - Mexican

    The place I would like to vacation to - Portugal and Italy

    One person I would like to meet - Sam Elliott

    Dream Job - Working with special needs children


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    Coach Gerald Kervin



    Home Country - Hawaii

    Favorite Pastime - Paint, draw, Hike, and Camp

    Favorite Food - All types

    The place I would like to vacation to - Machu Pichu Peru

    One person I would like to meet - Johan Cruyff

    Dream Job - Park Ranger in Hawaii


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    Coach Art Garcia



    Home Country - Oakland Ca

    Favorite Pastime - Spending time with family

    Favorite Food - Ice cream

    The place I would like to vacation to - Cancun

    One person I would like to meet - Person that invented ice cream

    Dream Job - Ice Cream Taster


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    Coach Carlos Zamudio



    Home Country - Mexico

    Favorite Pastime - Camping 

    Favorite Food - Sushi

    The place I would like to vacation to - Rome

    One person I would like to meet - Pope Francis

    Dream Job - Traveling the world tasting cuisines


    Gofundme for Isabella Collins

    Click here to support a helping hand for Bella and Amy Collins. Bella is a long time DUSL player going through a challenging time. Please visit the GoFundMe website for more details and to donate!!

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    Dublin United Soccer League Partners

    These fine organizations make what we do possible. Please show your support to these amazing partners and thank them for their commitment to our organization. Interested in becoming a partner? Contact us!

    Sponsored by US Club Soccer

    US Club Soccer

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    Sponsored by Whole Foods Market

    Whole Foods Market

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    Sponsored by Soccer Pro

    Soccer Pro

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    Sponsored by Specialty's Cafe & Bakery

    Specialty's Cafe & Bakery

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    A huge thank you to our local and neighboring businesses for fundraising with us.  We THANK YOU for your continued support!

    Sponsored by Chipotle Mexican Grill

    Chipotle Mexican Grill

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    Doing good with burritos!

    7020 Amador Plaza Road, Dublin
    Sponsored by On The Border

    On The Border

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    OTB Gives Back!

    4940 Dublin Blvd. Dublin CA
    Sponsored by Dos Coyotes Border Cafe

    Dos Coyotes Border Cafe

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    Dine & Donate!

    3191 Crow Canyon Pl Suite L, San Ramon, CA
    Sponsored by Buffalo Wild Wings

    Buffalo Wild Wings

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    Eat Wings, Raise Funds!

    3712 Dublin Blvd, Dublin, CA 94568