About the Team:
San Diego SeaLions was formed in 1988 to give post college players a place to play competitive soccer. WFC was one of original 6 WPSL teams, known as Auto Trader then. The WFC has sent at least 7 players to the WUSA. In 2004 San Diego WFC, Inc., a 501(c)(3) organization was created to develop, and maintain a full-service soccer program, providing playing and training opportunities, coaching, instruction and learning opportunities, and offering soccer program administration opportunities, for females of all ages in under-served areas of San Diego.
San Diego WFC has won numerous titles including:
- 2013 WPSL National Champions
- 2006 WPSL Final Four Finalist
- 2001 Las Vegas Silver Mug Invitational Champions
- 2000 WPSL League Champions
- 1999 US National Champions
- 1999 Las Vegas Silver Mug Invitational Champions
- 1996 Las Vegas Silver Mug Invitational Champions
Type of Players: Top college players, US National Team Players (youth and full team), International Players and Aspiring Professional Players.
Local Colleges: San Diego State, Univ. of San Diego, Univ. California at San Diego. The SeaLions also draws top talent from Colleges and Universities from across the country.
Home Field: Cathderal Catholic High School's Manchester Stadium.
A multi-use stadium in Del Mar, California. Opened in 2005. The stadium is home to the CCHS Dons.
About the Coaching:
Jen Lalor-Nielsen, by the age of 18, Lalor-Nielsen made her first appearance with the Women's National Team and played for the US Women's National Team for 4 years, (1992-1995). Including the 1995 Women's World Cup team that won the Bronze medal in Sweden.
Jen's trademark is her ball skills and absolute control of the ball which had earned her a full scholarship to Santa Clara University, the first player ever to receive a full soccer scholarship to Santa Clara. She was also named to the All-American team 3 years in a row. It was this skill that enabled her to play professionally in Japan, Denmark and Sweden. She also played in the WUSA for 3 years for New York Power and San Diego Spirit.
-Head Coach at Poway High School (Girls Varsity Soccer Program in her 5th season)
-Coaching and instructing daily sessions and clinics for JB Soccer
-In 2008 she was inducted to the Santa Clara University Hall of Fame.
Type of Players:
The WFC consists primarily of current and former college players.
San Diego State, Univ. of San Diego, Univ. California at San Diego, CSU San Marcos, UCLA, USC and many more.
Contact the SeaLions directly by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org"