Stanford Women's Soccer 641 Campus Dr, Stanford, CA94305 Since 1998, the Stanford Women's Soccer team has had NCAA post-season performances. This follows a streak of seven years…More from 1990 to 1996 of NCAA post-season play. The 2009 was NCAA runner-up and Pac-10 Conference champion.
GOOOOOOAAAAAALLLLLLLL. This popular sport has a brilliant home on the Stanford campus. The highly selective soccer…More team has all the skill, thrills and shots to make any 'joga bonito' fan happy. The Cardinal men compete in the tough Pacific Athletic Conference against rivals such as Berkeley, Oregon State and UCLA. Come on down to the pitch and check out the action.
See the team's website for this year's roster and schedule.
Addison Kids' Club 650 Addison Ave, Palo Alto, CA94301 Part of Palo Alto Community Child Care, this particular Addison Kids' Club site is an after-school program for children…More in kindergarden through fifth grade, providing outdoor equipment such as basketball hoops and soccer goals, organized group games as well as teacher-lead projects such as painting, collaging, sewing and woodworking.
Roble Field and Pool 351 Santa Teresa St, Stanford, CA94305 Roble Field and Pool is open to all Stanford students, faculty and staff, as well as their guests. It features a large…More field that is popular for soccer and volleyball. The 25-meter-long pool has variable depths and a 3-foot shallow end.
Cubberley Community Center 4000 Middlefield Rd, Palo Alto, CA94303 The Cubberley Community Center is owned and operated by the city of Palo Alto. The center is composed of a theater, an…More amphitheater, a lecture hall, computer lab, gymnasiums, a dance studio, a pavilion, kitchen and outdoor facilities including tennis courts, a running track and soccer, football, softball and rugby fields. The center is also available to rent for meetings, seminars, social events, theater performances, music recitals and athletic events.
Stanford/Palo Alto Community Playing Fields 2700 El Camino Real, Palo Alto, CA94306 Two regulation-sized, lighted soccer fields sit at the corner of El Camino Real and Page Mill Road. This community…More resource also has four shaded picnic tables, public bathrooms and a concession stand. There is ample parking in a large lot that borders two sides of the playing fields, and raised plaques on the sidewalk of the front lot provide a piece of Palo Alto history.
Starbucks Coffee 4131 El Camino Real, Palo Alto, CA94306 A mix of suits, students and soccer moms stop by this familiar coffee oasis to get their fill of Starbuck's…More signature drinks and prepared foods. Frappuccino® Blended Beverages, smoothies, sandwiches and grande cups of joe are just a sampling of the chain's signature menu items. The unique layout of this location offers window seating at nearly every table, as well as outdoor seating under umbrellas. Get your daily dose of caffeine and hang out or study at this friendly location.
The Palo Alto PTA Council, which meets at the offices of the Palo Alto Unified School District (PAUSD), is…More responsible for bridging district staff, the Board of Education, community partners and the PTAs of district schools in order to improve the education, health and welfare of children and youth. The group has many unique offerings, including a free clothing program – 'PTA Wardrobe' – for families within the school district, an art speaker series, and an art contest called 'Reflections'. The PTA Council also provides students with community service and athletics opportunities, including lacrosse, soccer and volleyball.