East Bay United / Bay Oaks brings together experienced coaches and a long time history of player development on and off the soccer field in order to create a community for all soccer players to thrive.

In order to provide scholarships, high quality coaching and equipment, and increased opportunities for player development, we rely  on generous donations from the community. All donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.

How can a cash donation help you?
As we are a not-for-profit organization, each cash (or prize) contribution is classified as a donation and thus eligible as a tax write-off; potentially saving you taxes at the end of the year. Upon request, the club will provide a letter for every cash/prize donation made, which can be provided to the person/organization that does your taxes.

How do I contribute to a specific fund that means more to me?
If you are interested in focusing your cash donation to something specific, please communicate your desire via email to info@ebusoccer.org

How do I contribute?
All individual donations can be made via a check made payable to East Bay United Soccer Club. Please ensure that the club name is on the check and the check may be sent to 312 Clay St. Suite #300, Oakland, CA 94607. You can also pay by PayPal here:



Please find below the list of opportunities at the East Bay United Soccer Club

RESOURCES FOR EBUSC EMPLOYEES

DEPARTMENT OF FAIR EMPLOYEMENT & HOUSING RESOURCES

Stay tuned for more information about current and upcoming full and part-time positions at EBU.

Please email us if you are interested in volunteering, fundraising, or donating in support of East Bay United Soccer Club, a California 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.

East Bay United Soccer Club works in partnership with club member families. The club functions smoothly with the help and support provided by the volunteers.

As a team, we are constantly dedicated to make our programs accessible and inclusive.

The Volunteering Opportunities are categorized into 4 headers basis time availability. Click on the headers below to explore the roles that fits you best: –

Please email us at info@ebusoccer.org to get more information and to sign up.

YEAR-ROUND VOLUNTEER ROLES

ROLE: BOARD OF DIRECTORS 

TIME: 1 – 5 HOURS PER WEEK

RESPONSIBILITIES: – 

  • Serve as a voting member of our Board of Directors
  • Provide oversight of our Executive/Leadership Team
  • Attend and participate in Monthly General Board Meetings (Virtually every 2nd Monday, 1-2 hours in the evening)
  • Serve on at least 1 Board Committee (Committees meet monthly for 30-90 minutes)
  • Topic: Finance, Fundraising & Volunteering, Governance, Marketing, etc
  • Some Directors also serve as Officers of the Board (Chair, Vice-Chair, Treasurer, Secretary) or Chair one of the Board Committees (Finance, Fundraising & Volunteering, Governance, Marketing)

Email us on “president@ebusoccer.org” if you are interested in serving on the EBUSC Board of Directors.

ROLE: FUNDRAISING & VOLUNTEER COMMITTEE 

TIME: 1-5 HOURS PER MONTH

RESPONSIBILITIES: – 

  • Join the Fundraising & Volunteer Committee.
  • Contribute by sharing good ideas and good energy to help keep the club financially healthy and accessible to all families.
  • This committee meets once a month to plan and monitor ongoing fundraising and volunteering efforts.
  • Email us on “president@ebusoccer.org”  if you are interested in serving on the EBUSC Volunteer & Fundraising Committee

ROLE: MARKETING COMMITTEE

TIME: 1-5 HOURS PER MONTH

RESPONSIBILITIES: – 

(THIS NEEDS TO COME FROM THE EBU TEAM, IT IS SAME AS THE FUNDRAISING DESCRIPTOR)

ROLE: REFEREE COORDINATOR

TIME: 1-2 HOURS PER WEEK

RESPONSIBILITIES: – 

  • Work with Bay Oaks and EBU Rec teams to recruit referees
  • Each team is required to provide referees for the league
  • Ensure teams and families have information about how to become a referee
  • Referee Coordinator is NOT responsible for assigning referees to games—that is handled by Jack London Soccer League for our competitive and recreational home games
  • Referee Coordinator is provided with data from the league to track which teams have and have not met their referee requirement.
  • Referee Coordinator helps process reimbursement requests from referees for costs of training and uniform.

ROLE: BAY OAKS TEAM MANAGER 

TIME: 1 HOUR PER WEEK

RESPONSIBILITIES: – 

  • Handle business so that your team’s coach can focus on the soccer!
  • Bay Oaks Team Manager roles may vary by team
  • Keeping the team binder with player passes and release forms
  • Scheduling Games/Requesting game times
  • Planning team social events
  • Helping families on the team connect with each other
  • Recruiting other team parents to help out
  • Most of the work is seasonal, but Bay Oaks Team managers help facilitate communication with families during the offseason
  • Please let your team’s coach know if you are available and interested in helping out as a Team Manager

SEASONAL VOLUNTEER ROLES

EBU Rec Volunteer Coach EBU Rec U10-U19 ~ 2-5 hours per week during season

EBU Juniors U8 Volunteer Coach ~ 2-4 hours per week during season

EBU Juniors U6 Volunteer Coach ~ 2-3 hours per week during season

EBU Rec Age Group Commissioner ~ 1 hour per week during season

EBU Juniors U6/U8 Age Group Commissioner ~ 1 hour per week during season

EBU Rec Team Manager ~ 1 hour per week during season

EBU Juniors U6/U8 Team Manager ~ 1 hour per week during season

ONE TIME VOLUNTEER ROLES

Field Marshall 

  • Sign up for a 2-4 hours Shift

Tryout Helper

  • Sign up for a 2–4-hour shift

Please email on info@ebusoccer.org to know more and to signup 

REFEREE

  • Earn $25+ per game as a Center or Assistant Referee on game day for rec and competitive games (U10-U19)
  • Online training provided; cost of training and uniform reimbursed by EBUSC
  • Flexible scheduling—referees are NEVER assigned to any game that they did not specifically request

Click here for more info on how to become a referee

SUPPORT EAST BAY UNITED & THE LOCAL SOCCER COMMUNITY!

EBU Give & Go Program: A Free Soccer Gear Exchange Program

DONATE YOUR GEAR TO CHILDREN AT EAST BAY UNITED SOCCER CLUB & SOCCER WITHOUT BORDERS!!!

DROP-OFF LOCATION

Oakstop

1721 Broadway, #201

Oakland, CA 94612

GETTING THE GEAR

Families can pick out donated gear at our Give and Go table Try-outs!

  • Cleats
  • Shin guards
  • Goalie gloves
  • Water Bottles

The Path Forward for 2022

Bay Oaks/EBU remain committed to providing every Player, Coach, and staff member with a safety-conscious environment where engaging and vibrant learning can thrive.

As we continue to navigate the ever-shifting landscape of the pandemic, Bay Oaks/EBU will continue to review local conditions, public health guidelines and recommendations, and make measured decisions with student and faculty health and safety at the forefront of those decisions.

Bay Oaks/EBU will follow the current CDC and CDPH Guidelines as presented below.

Note:
The guidelines below reflect the most recent recommendations by CDC and CDPH (California Department of Public Health). They are available to you as an option, though risk of transmission may exist past 5 days. Isolating away from others for 10 days continues to be the safest option.

Home Isolation Guidance

Persons Who Have Been Exposed to COVID-19 (Close Contact)

Recommended Action

If you have been exposed to another person who has COVID-19, you do NOT have to quarantine if you do not have any symptoms.

Exposed = Sharing the same indoor airspace for 15 minutes total over a 24-hour period. (Example: 3 different / 5-minute encounters equal a 15-minute exposure)

A person who has COVID-19 can start to spread the virus 2 days before they start to develop symptoms (or 2 days before their positive test was taken, if they never develop symptoms)

  • Take a COVID-19 test 3 to 5 days after being exposed.
  • Wear a well-fitting mask around others for a total of 10 days, especially in indoor settings (see masking guidance below for additional information).
  • Monitor yourself closely for any symptoms of illness for 10 days.
    • If you develop symptoms of illness, stay home and away from others until you can take a test for COVID-19. If your first test is negative, wait 24 to 48 hours and take another test since some people with COVID-19 don’t test positive right away.
    • If your COVID-19 test is positive, follow the isolation guidance listed above on this page
  • Persons who live, work, or regularly visit settings that are considered high-risk for severe COVID-19 spread or have vulnerable populations (example: nursing homes, jails, homeless shelters) should follow additional guidance from the facility. Links to specific guidance for those settings will also be provided below on this webpage

Persons Who Test Positive for COVID-19 (Isolation)

Recommended Action

If you have tested positive for COVID, you will need to isolate regardless of vaccination status or lack of symptoms
  • Stay home for at least 5 days.
  • Isolation can end after Day 5 if symptoms are not present or are resolving and a diagnostic test (antigen preferred) is negative.
  • If unable to test or choose not to test, it is best to isolate through Day 10.
  • If fever is present, isolation should continue until fever has resolved for at least 24 hours (without the use of fever-reducing medications, such as Tylenol/ibuprofen).
  • If other symptoms are not resolving, continue to isolate until symptoms are resolving or until after Day 10.
  • Wear a well-fitting mask around others for a total of 10 days, especially in indoor settings (see masking guidance below for additional information).
  • Contact your medical provider to see if you are at high risk for severe COVID disease and qualify for COVID treatments.  You can learn more at https://covid-19.acgov.org/antibody-treatment
Support Us

East Bay United / Bay Oaks brings together experienced coaches and a long time history of player development on and off the soccer field in order to create a community for all soccer players to thrive.

In order to provide scholarships, high quality coaching and equipment, and increased opportunities for player development, we rely  on generous donations from the community. All donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.

How can a cash donation help you?
As we are a not-for-profit organization, each cash (or prize) contribution is classified as a donation and thus eligible as a tax write-off; potentially saving you taxes at the end of the year. Upon request, the club will provide a letter for every cash/prize donation made, which can be provided to the person/organization that does your taxes.

How do I contribute to a specific fund that means more to me?
If you are interested in focusing your cash donation to something specific, please communicate your desire via email to info@ebusoccer.org

How do I contribute?
All individual donations can be made via a check made payable to East Bay United Soccer Club. Please ensure that the club name is on the check and the check may be sent to 312 Clay St. Suite #300, Oakland, CA 94607. You can also pay by PayPal here:



Employment

Please find below the list of opportunities at the East Bay United Soccer Club

RESOURCES FOR EBUSC EMPLOYEES

DEPARTMENT OF FAIR EMPLOYEMENT & HOUSING RESOURCES

Stay tuned for more information about current and upcoming full and part-time positions at EBU.

Please email us if you are interested in volunteering, fundraising, or donating in support of East Bay United Soccer Club, a California 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.

Volunteer

East Bay United Soccer Club works in partnership with club member families. The club functions smoothly with the help and support provided by the volunteers.

As a team, we are constantly dedicated to make our programs accessible and inclusive.

The Volunteering Opportunities are categorized into 4 headers basis time availability. Click on the headers below to explore the roles that fits you best: –

Please email us at info@ebusoccer.org to get more information and to sign up.

YEAR-ROUND VOLUNTEER ROLES

ROLE: BOARD OF DIRECTORS 

TIME: 1 – 5 HOURS PER WEEK

RESPONSIBILITIES: – 

  • Serve as a voting member of our Board of Directors
  • Provide oversight of our Executive/Leadership Team
  • Attend and participate in Monthly General Board Meetings (Virtually every 2nd Monday, 1-2 hours in the evening)
  • Serve on at least 1 Board Committee (Committees meet monthly for 30-90 minutes)
  • Topic: Finance, Fundraising & Volunteering, Governance, Marketing, etc
  • Some Directors also serve as Officers of the Board (Chair, Vice-Chair, Treasurer, Secretary) or Chair one of the Board Committees (Finance, Fundraising & Volunteering, Governance, Marketing)

Email us on “president@ebusoccer.org” if you are interested in serving on the EBUSC Board of Directors.

ROLE: FUNDRAISING & VOLUNTEER COMMITTEE 

TIME: 1-5 HOURS PER MONTH

RESPONSIBILITIES: – 

  • Join the Fundraising & Volunteer Committee.
  • Contribute by sharing good ideas and good energy to help keep the club financially healthy and accessible to all families.
  • This committee meets once a month to plan and monitor ongoing fundraising and volunteering efforts.
  • Email us on “president@ebusoccer.org”  if you are interested in serving on the EBUSC Volunteer & Fundraising Committee

ROLE: MARKETING COMMITTEE

TIME: 1-5 HOURS PER MONTH

RESPONSIBILITIES: – 

(THIS NEEDS TO COME FROM THE EBU TEAM, IT IS SAME AS THE FUNDRAISING DESCRIPTOR)

ROLE: REFEREE COORDINATOR

TIME: 1-2 HOURS PER WEEK

RESPONSIBILITIES: – 

  • Work with Bay Oaks and EBU Rec teams to recruit referees
  • Each team is required to provide referees for the league
  • Ensure teams and families have information about how to become a referee
  • Referee Coordinator is NOT responsible for assigning referees to games—that is handled by Jack London Soccer League for our competitive and recreational home games
  • Referee Coordinator is provided with data from the league to track which teams have and have not met their referee requirement.
  • Referee Coordinator helps process reimbursement requests from referees for costs of training and uniform.

ROLE: BAY OAKS TEAM MANAGER 

TIME: 1 HOUR PER WEEK

RESPONSIBILITIES: – 

  • Handle business so that your team’s coach can focus on the soccer!
  • Bay Oaks Team Manager roles may vary by team
  • Keeping the team binder with player passes and release forms
  • Scheduling Games/Requesting game times
  • Planning team social events
  • Helping families on the team connect with each other
  • Recruiting other team parents to help out
  • Most of the work is seasonal, but Bay Oaks Team managers help facilitate communication with families during the offseason
  • Please let your team’s coach know if you are available and interested in helping out as a Team Manager

SEASONAL VOLUNTEER ROLES

EBU Rec Volunteer Coach EBU Rec U10-U19 ~ 2-5 hours per week during season

EBU Juniors U8 Volunteer Coach ~ 2-4 hours per week during season

EBU Juniors U6 Volunteer Coach ~ 2-3 hours per week during season

EBU Rec Age Group Commissioner ~ 1 hour per week during season

EBU Juniors U6/U8 Age Group Commissioner ~ 1 hour per week during season

EBU Rec Team Manager ~ 1 hour per week during season

EBU Juniors U6/U8 Team Manager ~ 1 hour per week during season

ONE TIME VOLUNTEER ROLES

Field Marshall 

  • Sign up for a 2-4 hours Shift

Tryout Helper

  • Sign up for a 2–4-hour shift

Please email on info@ebusoccer.org to know more and to signup 

REFEREE

  • Earn $25+ per game as a Center or Assistant Referee on game day for rec and competitive games (U10-U19)
  • Online training provided; cost of training and uniform reimbursed by EBUSC
  • Flexible scheduling—referees are NEVER assigned to any game that they did not specifically request

Click here for more info on how to become a referee

Gear Exchange

SUPPORT EAST BAY UNITED & THE LOCAL SOCCER COMMUNITY!

EBU Give & Go Program: A Free Soccer Gear Exchange Program

DONATE YOUR GEAR TO CHILDREN AT EAST BAY UNITED SOCCER CLUB & SOCCER WITHOUT BORDERS!!!

DROP-OFF LOCATION

Oakstop

1721 Broadway, #201

Oakland, CA 94612

GETTING THE GEAR

Families can pick out donated gear at our Give and Go table Try-outs!

  • Cleats
  • Shin guards
  • Goalie gloves
  • Water Bottles
Covid - Return To Play Guidelines

The Path Forward for 2022

Bay Oaks/EBU remain committed to providing every Player, Coach, and staff member with a safety-conscious environment where engaging and vibrant learning can thrive.

As we continue to navigate the ever-shifting landscape of the pandemic, Bay Oaks/EBU will continue to review local conditions, public health guidelines and recommendations, and make measured decisions with student and faculty health and safety at the forefront of those decisions.

Bay Oaks/EBU will follow the current CDC and CDPH Guidelines as presented below.

Note:
The guidelines below reflect the most recent recommendations by CDC and CDPH (California Department of Public Health). They are available to you as an option, though risk of transmission may exist past 5 days. Isolating away from others for 10 days continues to be the safest option.

Home Isolation Guidance

Persons Who Have Been Exposed to COVID-19 (Close Contact)

Recommended Action

If you have been exposed to another person who has COVID-19, you do NOT have to quarantine if you do not have any symptoms.

Exposed = Sharing the same indoor airspace for 15 minutes total over a 24-hour period. (Example: 3 different / 5-minute encounters equal a 15-minute exposure)

A person who has COVID-19 can start to spread the virus 2 days before they start to develop symptoms (or 2 days before their positive test was taken, if they never develop symptoms)

  • Take a COVID-19 test 3 to 5 days after being exposed.
  • Wear a well-fitting mask around others for a total of 10 days, especially in indoor settings (see masking guidance below for additional information).
  • Monitor yourself closely for any symptoms of illness for 10 days.
    • If you develop symptoms of illness, stay home and away from others until you can take a test for COVID-19. If your first test is negative, wait 24 to 48 hours and take another test since some people with COVID-19 don’t test positive right away.
    • If your COVID-19 test is positive, follow the isolation guidance listed above on this page
  • Persons who live, work, or regularly visit settings that are considered high-risk for severe COVID-19 spread or have vulnerable populations (example: nursing homes, jails, homeless shelters) should follow additional guidance from the facility. Links to specific guidance for those settings will also be provided below on this webpage

Persons Who Test Positive for COVID-19 (Isolation)

Recommended Action

If you have tested positive for COVID, you will need to isolate regardless of vaccination status or lack of symptoms
  • Stay home for at least 5 days.
  • Isolation can end after Day 5 if symptoms are not present or are resolving and a diagnostic test (antigen preferred) is negative.
  • If unable to test or choose not to test, it is best to isolate through Day 10.
  • If fever is present, isolation should continue until fever has resolved for at least 24 hours (without the use of fever-reducing medications, such as Tylenol/ibuprofen).
  • If other symptoms are not resolving, continue to isolate until symptoms are resolving or until after Day 10.
  • Wear a well-fitting mask around others for a total of 10 days, especially in indoor settings (see masking guidance below for additional information).
  • Contact your medical provider to see if you are at high risk for severe COVID disease and qualify for COVID treatments.  You can learn more at https://covid-19.acgov.org/antibody-treatment