Boy's Development Academy

The United States Soccer Development Academy (USSDA) is the highest level of youth soccer in the United States for male and female soccer players. Legends FC is the only club in the Inland Empire to offer its membership the opportunity to play in the USSDA. The Development Academy provides a clear pathway for Legends FC players: US Youth National Teams (USYNT), NCAA, Professional Soccer (MLS, USL, NWSL, NASL), as well as the Men's National Team (USMNT) and Women's National Team (USWNT).

The mission of the DA program is to have a direct impact on the everyday club environment by providing clubs with the education, resources and support to develop world-class male and female players.  This model focuses on the developing the individual player within the club environment setting a standard nationwide that will positively impact thousands of youth players.

This program provides a development structure that focuses on playing more meaningful games with highly professional game day environment, more training, high level coaching, development before winning attitude, and great exposure in major college showcases events.

Our professional coaches have a wealth of playing and coaching experiences to pass on to the Academy players:

  • US National Camp

  • 1 Pac 12 Coach of the Year

  • 5 Nike Cal South Coach of the Year Awards

  • Coached over 110 National Level players combined

  • Played collegiately and professionally

  • National 'A' Licensed

  • Former College Coaches

  • ODP coaching experience

  • Regional Staff

  • US Soccer Training Centers

Boys DA Director

Brent Broadhurst -

Boys DA Teams

Team Coach Email
B06 DA Kenny Castellanos
B07 DA Kenny Castellanos
B08 Pre-Academy Carlos Gardea
B09 Pre-Academy Carlos Gardea
The commitment from our staff to always put player development first, and their dedication to the club’s core values and philosophies, has led us to this point. We are pleased and excited that our hard work is paying off and eager to work with US Soccer in developing our countries next national team players.
— Brent Broadhurst, Academy Director