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Using the beautiful game of soccer to make a positive impact through our different programs. Our Professional Training (private, group, clinics and camps) provides both competitive and fun learning environments. Our After School Program builds character and encourages an active, healthy lifestyle. And, our 2Kays Effect Donation Program gives soccer equipment to bless those in need.
“Using Soccer to make a positive impact on the youth, just like God used it to make a huge impact on my life.” – Andrew Robles
About Andrew Robles
Growing up in an underprivileged area of Los Angeles with 7 siblings on a single income household posed numerous challenges. However, what helped my family and I remain optimistic and hopeful about the future was the beautiful game of soccer.
The sacrifices my parents and coaches made, so that I could play soccer, inspired me to work hard and never give up on my dreams allowing me to play at a Professional level & become the first male on both side of the family to graduate college.
Soccer opened my eyes to the possibilities and opportunities that existed outside the underprivileged neighborhood where I spent my childhood. Without the support and encouragement of my parents and soccer coaches, I would not be where I am today.
Witnessing and experiencing the struggles that plague inner-city families fueled my drive to create a better life for myself and my family. Despite the obstacles I was confronted with, I could always count on soccer to keep a smile on my face. The opportunities it has provided my family and I have been amazing, and I want others to have the same opportunities in their life.
My desire to improve children’s lives inspired me to create my soccer program “Let’s Kick It”. In the big purpose of life, I would rather have the kids be involved in my programs, having fun than to be burdened by the negativity that life throws at them. In the soccer aspect, providing a year round training program, camps & Clinics to help with the player overall development to reach their goals.
2014 Married to Allison Robles. 2 Daughters, Ava born on Father’s Day, June 18, 2017 & Aubrey born on Valentine’s Day, February 14, 2019
Olympic Development Coach (Northern NV)
College Recruiting Scout
San Juan Soccer Club (Sacramento)
Andrew started playing soccer at a very young age in one of the biggest soccer markets in the United States, Southern California. Very early dominating in local Hispanic leagues and AYSO, started to play competitively after getting recruited by one of the biggest youth club soccer in the US, Mission Viejo Pateadores at the age of 11. With the Pateadores, he helped the team win multiple big youth soccer tournaments before switching to play for Major League Soccer Chivas USA’s program at the age of 15 till the age of 23.
Before playing in Chivas USA’s Academy, Robles was guest playing with Chivas USA U-19 team, with his older brother, Former Professional Chivas USA Player, United States Youth National Team Player Eder Robles. At Chivas, Andrew was able to attend big youth tournaments including the Inaugural Soccer United Marketing U-17 Cup in Colorado (Competing against the best U-17 teams in all of Major League Soccer). Competing against some of the best youth teams in the world at Copa Saprissa, in Costa Rica, Copa Chivas in Guadalajara, plus many more high level experiences. Andrew attended St. John Bosco High School for fours years, and only played two seasons of high school soccer because of outside Chivas USA obligations during which he was named the team’s Most Valuable Player and Offensive MVP.
In college, he played for Cerritos College Men’s Soccer Team during the 2008-2009 season. In 2008, Robles helped the team win the CCCAA State Championship; the team ended up being ranked #1 in state and 2 in the nation. In 2009, after being named to the South Coast All-Conference Second team, he took a few years off from college to pursue professional soccer with Chivas USA, & to try out in Europe.
Upon returning to college, Andrew played for San Diego Christian College Men’s Soccer Team in the 2012-2013 season. During that season, Robles helped the Hawks finish the season 12-5-1, and they took second place in the GSAC. It was their best overall record since 1998, and the best ever finish in the GSAC for SDCC. Robles scoring 10 goals and collected 6 assists while playing in only 13 games. He was named to the Golden State Athletic Conference All-GSAC men’s team and received a few GSAC Offense Player of the Week awards. Played for Cal FC in the off season, as well with Chivas USA U 23 team. In the 2013 season, Robles led the Hawks in total points with 17. He tied with a team-high of goals , but lead with five assists as a co-captain of the team. He also received back to back Golden State Athletic Conference Men’s Soccer All-Conference awards (presented by Under Armour).
After College, regardless of professional offers, Robles moved to Northern California where he played for a semi-pro team, started “Let’s Kick It”, and got involved in coaching.