South Shore Elite Soccer Academy, (SESA), believes that individual skills are important, but teamwork wins games. Our system is based around the premise that in order for soccer players to thrive on the field of play, they must have confidence in their abilities as well as the abilities of their teammates.
Our players train together. Our players are not just players that share a field. They are teammates. By training and competing together year round, our players are able to know where they should be on each play and they are always aware of the location of their teammates. This awareness of the entire field provides a strong foundation on which to build the individual skills and the team awareness that will provide growth in the game of soccer.
We welcome all interested parents of boys and girls ages 5 years old to 15 years old, contact us for more information, testimonials, comments or suggestions.MORE ABOUT US
Girls U11 FC SESA Sirens won the East Meadow World Cup in dominant fashion, giving up only 2 goals the entire tournament, while scoring 14 goals.
The Sirens began the tournament with a 2-2 tie, but quickly rebounded to defeat East Meadow, Massapequa and Brooklyn, all by shutout, 3-0, 4-0 and 5-0.
The Sirens crisp passes and attack were hard for other teams to compete against. They have had a great Winter of training and we are all looking forward a competitive season in the NY Premier League.
The Sirens are trained and coached by Alex Teran and will hold Spring training under the lights at Mitchel Field and home games in Garden City, both homes of FC SESA!
Great job Sirens!
Boys U8 FC SESA Storm were crowned West Islip Indoor Champions, finishing the bracket Undefeated against Sachem, Bayshore and West Islip. The Storm went on to win the finals by a score of 3-1.
Three individual players were recognized by the tournament for their play. Xavi earned The Lionheart award for his consistant effort on the field. Luka won best striker for his scoring and Justin won MVP for demonstrating his awareness of the game, passing and sportsmanship.
FC SESA is proud of all of the Storm for the hard work that has gone into this Winter season. They are training at a high level and really making a huge adjustment thoughout the Winter. We are looking forward to a great and enjoyable season!
The BU8 FC SESA Storm is coached and trained by Edwin Mejias and plays games a trains throughout the Spring season at Mitchel Field Athletic Complex.