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Since the pandemic hit our community, we’ve heard of countless players quitting the sport across the state and teams and clubs struggling to stay afloat. No doubt it’s been hard. Our 2004 Boys team led by Coach Clay Holbrook were set to play in the regional championships in California this past June. But it was cancelled. Our high school boys’ soccer season was cut short – leaving seniors without that last rite of passage. 

But while we experienced these disappointments, our tight-knit community also saw great opportunity. We safely played hundreds of league and tournament games. Many players from our 2006 Girls team, led by Coach Pete Tesch, made their high school teams and were able to complete successful seasons. Our PlayOn program continued to attract the youngest among us — kicking, fist-pumping and cartwheeling their way to 2v2 glory.

COVID-19 may have changed the way we do soccer, but it hasn’t changed our love for it.

For the past few weeks, Meta staff have been working tirelessly to prepare our new winter indoor space. Over the next week and during the fundraiser, you’ll get a peek at what it takes to create an indoor space.

We’re not raising a million dollars to create a shrine to indoor soccer. We’re just hoping to raise a little from a lot of people to make it our own – safe, efficient and a home for Meta players to thrive. metasports