“I hope to change girl's and women’s sports to become dominant throughout the world!”
Adriana Sblendorio has been playing soccer since she was 4 years old. She grew up in the Bay Area in Livermore, CA where she played competitive club soccer for the Mustang Soccer Club. She loves to play attacking or holding center mid and continues to play for the University of San Francisco women’s club team. She’s studying psychology with a minor in neuroscience.
“I love seeing the girls accomplish something on the field that they have been trying to achieve and then see them get so excited to share with me their success!” She just completed all the US Soccer Federation Grassroots coaching license requirements and is excited to share her knowledge with her teams. Adriana is the head coach of our 1st grade micro-soccer team and the assistant coach to our SF Sol Courage 05 girls competitive team. This past summer Adriana came with us to Costa Rica on our summer service trip to share her love for the game with girls less fortunate in the rural communities of Puntarenas Costa Rica.
Adriana said the best advice she ever got was, “Be committed to things all the way through, never give up.”