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San Jose – Palo Alto





It may be known as the capital of high tech and an environment of scenic beauty and state of the art soccer field. Yes, soccer fields particularly the newly built Beach Chalet soccer complex in the face of the Pacific Ocean. The Beach Chalet Soccer Fields are steps from Ocean Beach in the shadow of two iconic windmills. It's a project that was 10 years in the making. Four new fields of high tech turf have replaced the grass fields. The new soccer fields will never closed for maintenance or watering and have lights so athletes can play into the evening.

The Destination
Palo Alto is known for the natural beauty of its redwood forests as well as the University of Stanford. The Diaspora World Cup is eager to start a soccer league in the area with many of its state of the art soccer fields including the Beach Chalet Field – Foster City Field – Patty O’Malley Field.



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