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EST. 2017 - 2021

In 2017, the club decided to break away from the Juventus Sport Club due to philosophical differences. Under now Technical director, and former DV8 player, Jake Morrison, and Coach Will Stambaugh, the club rebranded itself as JASA Redwood City. To provide it's most competitive players with a higher standard of play, Jake and Will entered JASA into the UPSL.

They also entered a second team, called JASA Dos, into the La Liga Norcal (formerly the NorCal APL).

The club continued to field both the UPSL and JASA Dos teams along with a women's summer program, the JASA Ladies. 


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Since Joining the UPSL in 2017, JASA has established itself as one of the top programs in the Bay Area. Over the last 3 years, the club has competed in several different high level competitions including the prestigious Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup.Through these competitions and by scheduling year round friendlies against top level teams from various leagues outside of the UPSL such as the PDL, NPSL, and NISA, the program has provided incredibly high level exposure for its players.  As the program continues to evolve and grow, it will strive to continue to garner success at these high levels and to provide even more opportunities for its players to move on to the next level. 


2018 coach Will Stambaugh and captain Ivan Maric holding the conference cup after winning  the title against Western Nevada F.C.

Fall/Spring 2018


Fall 2018 Wild West Conference Champions

Spring 2018 Season Accolades:

  • Wild Wild West Conference Finalists 

Fall 2018 Season Accolades:

  • Wild Wild West Conference Champions 

  • Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup Competition: 3rd Round of qualification 

  • UPSL National Quarter-Finalists 


The team after winning it's first Open Cup Game 7-1 against Dynamos F.C.


The team traveling to Portland, Oregon for the 3rd Round of U.S. Open Cup Qualification

Fall 2019

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The team celebrates their win in the 2019 Wild West Conference Cup Final against San Leandro United F.C. 

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Celebrating after winning in PK's in the Wild West Cup semi-finals agains Contra Costa F.C.

Spring 2019 Accolades:

  • Wild West Conference Finalists (Loss to Contra Costa F.C.)

Fall 2019 Accolades:​

  • Undefeated in UPSL regular season play

  • Wild West Conference Playoffs Semi-finalists (3-1 loss to Contra Costa F.C.)

  • Wild West Conference Cup Champions (2-1 Win over San Leandro United F.C.)


Fall 2019 Wild West Conference Cup Champions

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