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
The girls U11 FC SESA Sirens were crowned SUSA Tournament Champions with a dominant showing at the Lindenhurst bubble.
The Sirens defeated Longwood (2-0), Rough Riders (4-1), Terryville (1-0) in the preliminary rounds. In the finals, the Sirens, again, faced Terryville. The girls were again victorious by a score of 5-1!
The Sirens are benefiting from their hard training all Winter! Great job girls!
BU10 FC SESA Strikers began the Fall 2014 season focused after a summer spent training and preparing for the upcoming sesason. The Strikers went on to a well earned, successful Fall season. The boys finished in 3rd place in NYCSL BU10 Division 1, (7-2-2 record, 32 goals for, 15 against). The Strikers also competed in BU11 NY Premier Division 3, finishing in 1st place (7-0-1- 35 goals for, 14 against).
The Strikers advanced to the finals in the Brooklyn Italians Columbus Day Tournament which included many of the top U10 teams from NY/NJ, as well as advancing through the group stage, to the knockout round of 16 in the NY Cup (knockout round will begin in the Spring season).
The boys enjoyed their season, watching all of the work that was put in over the summer and throughout the fall, turn into fun, smart, and successful play at game time. We look forward to an enjoyable and successful Spring season!
Great job Strikers!