"The primary purpose of this Club shall be to develop, promote and administer both a recreational and a competitive soccer program among all boys and girls from ages four through nineteen primarily in the communities of Paradise, Magalia, and Stirling City, without regard to their race, creed, gender, or ability."

  • Upcoming Events

    February 26th: Board Meeting, 7pm Round Table. Agenda
    March 15th: Competitive/Traveling Soccer Tryouts for Under 9 through Under 12 boys and girls.
    9-10am: Under 9 & 10 Girls
    10:30-11:30am: Under 9 & 10 Boys
    12-1pm: Under 11 & 12 Girls
    1:30-2:30pm: Under 11 & 12 Boys
    April 1st: Online registration for the fall recreational season starts. Walk-in registration dates are TBD.
  • Soccer Camps

    We are excited to announce that Challenger Sports British Soccer will again be running a week-long soccer camp for all players this summer on the week of August 4-8 for boys and girls aged 3- 14 years old. Professional British coaches will work with our players to help develop foot skills, core skills and techniques in the game to improve ball control, 1v1’s, passing and shooting and defending. Over 125,000 children experienced this camp last year in the USA. All kids get a free ball and t-shirt, player evaluation and soccer poster and by signing up on-line before June 20th every player will get a FREE British Soccer Jersey!
  • Competitive Soccer

    If you are interested in competitive/traveling soccer on the ridge, tryouts for Under 9-12 girls and boys will take place on March 15th.
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Latest News

Andrea Lee

July 1988-May 2013

The Magic and PRYSC lost a member of their soccer family on May 15th; Andrea Lee. Andrea played her recreational years for the PRYSC and played for the Magic for their first two years. She also played 4 years of High School soccer at PHS.

She was a amazing influence on the Magic during her two years with the team. She was a demanding player that made all of her teammates better. She led the team in their first of 5 league championships, their first 1st place tournament finish, and two 2nd place and a 3rd place finish.

She played striker and attacking midfield with all that the names striker and attacker implies. She never let down always giving it all she had. In her second season with the Magic she scored 18 of the 36 goals that they scored that year in league play; which was their first league championship.

She always had a ready smile and a quick wit. She grasped concepts extremely fast. She played four years of High school soccer for PHS under Barry Avakian and Ron Wall. While at HS she exemplified the same traits as she did for the Magic, scoring often and playing hard.

Her past teammates will sorely miss her as will her current teammates on the Magic; as they are well aware of her contributions to the legacy of the team.

Good Bye Andrea! May you always find the pitch smooth and fast.