Power Soccer is the first competitive team sport designed for power wheelchair users and is rapidly growing across the US! There are now over 60 teams under the United States Power Soccer Association (USPSA) and our power soccer teams are among those competitively ranked.
Power Soccer is played in a gymnasium on a regulation sized court. There are two teams with four players on the court at a time. Each team attacks, defends and spin-kicks a 13-inch soccer ball to score against their opponent. To learn more about the sport please visit the USPSA website.
San Jose Steamrollers
The San Jose Ryan vs. Berkeley Steamrollers are a local power wheelchair soccer team. The team was first established in the early 1980’s. The Steamrollers are one of the founders of the sport in the United States.
The San Jose Steamrollers was first established in the early 1980’s and are one of the founders of the sport in the United States. Our players travel nationwide to compete in regional and national tournaments. Players must be at a high skill level and are selected based on the discretion of the coaching staff.
Visit the San Jose Steamrollers team website for more team information on players and season schedules.
San Jose Rockets
The Rockets was developed after the Steamrollers as the growth of power soccer flourished within the San Jose area. Players are encouraged to come out to practice and try out to make the team. Any individual with a physical disability capable of using a power wheelchair is eligible to join, but selection of players to join the team is at the discretion of the coaching staff.
More information on the coaches, players and schedules can be found here.
San Jose Flash
The Flash is a newest FWWAA power soccer team, split from the Rockets, to allow optimal coaching and skills development as the Rockets continued to grow. Any individual with a physical disability capable of using a power wheelchair is eligible to join. However, whether they are placed on the Flash or the Rockets is at the discretion of the entire coaching staff.
Keep up with the Flash by following their Facebook page!