San Jose Steamrollers

A Power Wheelchair Soccer Team

Beginning a New Year

The Steamrollers kicked off the calendar year with two games away from home. One day removed from the end of winter break, the team started slow as the rust was being shaken off but gradually raised the intensity as we were reminded of what’s to come in summer. The scores were as follows:


San Jose Steamrollers 3 – 0 San Jose Flash

San Jose Steamrollers 2 – 0 BORP Crushers


After this week’s set of games the team is at 10-2-2 for the season. Go Steam go!

Our Trip Down to Glendale

With a long drive to Glendale the Steamrollers played the SoCal Vaqueros. We played in a two day tournament with great games. Unfortunately we did not have two of our starters, but as a team we played strong without them. All of our games, we played hard and strong to figure out are game plan. Throughout the games we tried different strategies to get our team into good opportunities to score. The first game we lost 2-3. Then we had a short break before strapping back in to our chairs to do it again. The second game was a tied game at 2-2. We went back to the hotel and then the next day we woke up and played again. After two hard well battled games by both teams, we had scores of 0-0 and 1-2. I want to thank the SoCal Vaqueros for hosting a great tournament. This year we been focusing on playing better as a unit, so I want to recognize Sid, Chris, and Frankie for their significant contributions.

Let’s Give Together! #GivingTuesday – Nov. 28th

Tomorrow, Tuesday, November 28th is Giving Tuesday. Please, join us to transform more lives than ever before!

Our power wheelchair athletes work hard all year long with the dream of attending and winning their National Power Soccer Tournament in June. Please join me in supporting the San Jose Steamrollers for #GivingTuesday on November 28, 2017. By giving just $25, you can help make a wheelchair athlete’s dream come true. Without your support some of our athletes simply don’t have the money to pay for their travel expenses to represent their team.

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Thank you for your support!