Meja East '00 Girls are heading to Las Vegas this Thanksgiving! They will be playing in the Las Vegas Thanksgiving Classic! Good luck ladies!
The Meja Soccer Club is excited to announce that Coach Franklin Flores will be offering Friday night skills sessions at the Meja Richardson facility, beginning on September 12th at 6:30 pm.
All Meja players are invited to attend the first session on September 12th for free.
Future sessions will cost $15 per player. Sessions will start at 6:30 pm on Friday nights.
Coach Flores is a former professional soccer player, who has also played at the international level.
Do not miss this excellent opportunity to train with Coach Flores and improve your playing ability!
Professional Playing Experience
Professional Soccer Player
1993 - 2002 First Division in Bolivia.
Clubs: Real Santa Cruz, Destroyers, Real Potosi.
Bolivia National Team appearances
1995 International Match: Bolivia vs Venezuela. Sucre, Bolivia
1993 South America Second Division Tournament. Ciudad del Este, Paraguay
2001 Potosi, Bolivia: Qualification to Copa Libertadores de America with
Club Real Potosi.
1994 Santa Cruz, Bolivia:
Santa Cruz City Sports Institute: Soccer Player of the Year 1993.
Santa Cruz City Sport Media Union: Soccer Player of the Year 1993.
Bolivia First Division National Champion 1995 with Club Real Santa
2013 National “D”License. Dallas, TX.
2012 National “Y”(Youth) License. Allen, TX.
2004 “E”License. Dallas, TX.
2012 to Present: North Texas Olympic Development Program Staff Member.
2013 to Present: Volunteer Coach at PSA Plano.
2011 Coach Assistant Dallas Texans Club, Dallas, TX.
2006 Coach Assistant Dallas Inter. Dallas, TX. Coach: Francisco Molina.
2002 Head Coach, Amboro Club (Second Division). Santa Cruz, Bolivia
The Meja North 00 Girls team wrapped up 3rd place in the Denver Cup with a 3-2 victory over Colorado Storm North White on Sunday. Mia Belz scored a goal, and Micaela Ramoz scored twice, including the game winner. Micaela Ramoz netted 3 goals for the tournament, Salma Kline – 2, and Julia Martinez, Presleigh Parker, and Mia Belz each had one goal for the tournament. The team finished 2-1-1 overall, and the 3rd place game was a rebound victory after losing to Colorado Storm North White 2-0 the day before, eliminating Meja from the finals.