Welcome to the Last Dream Soccer Club’s About Us Page
Last Dream Soccer Club was started by Mauricio Peres, Raffaele Abbernade and Hugo Martinera back in 2000. After a tournament in Jamaica earlier that year, these three players decided to form a soccer club which encompassed their love of the game, together with the camaraderie, good-fellowship and fun of playing with friends and enjoying a day of sun, fun and soccer. From those humble beginnings, Mauricio and Rafael have slowly increased the exposure of the soccer club, while Hugo decided to create his own club in the area. Our club has many retired professional soccer players from various countries, who can continue to perform in a competitive manner. Our club started with only 4 teams, and has grown now to 24 teams with over 450 members, and a waiting list of players who are wanting to be part of this fun and competitive environment. We hope that the club will continue to grow and that more soccer players will come and be part of our organization, and follow our creed of brotherhood, convivial spirit, competition and community!
Last Dream Divisions
The Last Dream Soccer Club is a collection of 4 premier over 21, over 40, over 50 & over 60 soccer divisions in Palm Beach County, Florida. The Club currently has 24 teams playing at *Seminole Palms Park – Palm Beach County (soccer fields are managed by city of Royal Palm Beach) All of the Club is divided into 4 divisions based on the player’s age.
Last Dream Soccer Club’s Fall Season play begins in August and continues through December. All of the matches are played on Sunday mornings starting at 8:30 am. After an extended winter break matches resume for spring season in late January with same game time schedule and runs until June. At the end of the season the most, if not all teams will compete in a playoff to determine each division’s Champions.
Players can join the club by directly emailing team managers, new teams can join the club by contacting George Fraker, Mike Miler, and Carlos Perez for information.
A True American • A True Conservative Working For The Working People
Mark is a physician and retired lieutenant commander in the Naval Reserve. He’s a doctor who has decided to throw his hat into the race to represent Florida’s 18th Congressional District to run for the U.S. Senate. He’s self-financing his campaign and is strongly conservative. He also seems to see American politics as not just a battle between ideologies, but also between different groups of Americans divided along demographic lines.
This coming Sunday June 3rd future US Congressman Mark Freeman will break bread with us. Come say hello and enjoy all the festivities!!!
The Last Dream Soccer Club of Royal Palm Beach held its weekly soccer gathering on Sunday, at Seminole Palms Park in Royal Palm Beach. Players enjoyed a sunny day of game play and also welcomed a special visitor, Dr. Mark Freeman, a Republican who is running for U.S. Congress in District 18. Freeman will shared with club members his vision for America. To learn more about Freeman’s campaign, visit https://votemarkfreeman.com. For more information about the Last Dream Soccer Club, visit www.lastdreamsoccer.com.
The 2018 United States House of Representatives elections will be held on November 6, 2018. Elections will be held to elect representatives from all 435 congressional districts across each of the 50 U.S. states.
Economy – Keep taxes and spending low. Historically, tax cuts have stimulated growth and led to increased government revenue. Social Security COLA increase.
Free but fair trade – Focus should be on China. China can be good trading partner, but China must respect international law, specifically in regard to patent and trademark infringement
Carbon Emissions – The science here is bad. Recent science says only 1/3 of problem is carbon emissions while over 50% is from soap and shampoo and aerosols.
Water/Environment – We need to fix the Lake Okeechobee dike and increase the capacity of Lake Okeechobee. For sea level rise, we need good water management, reservoirs/cleaning and pump stations.
Letter from Seven Day Adventist Church
This time around Gabe will need a more aggressive treatment. He will be going to Tampa for perhaps 3 months, possibly even longer. The plan is calling for two aggressive chemo therapies with more advanced drugs every two weeks and once cancer goes in to remission he will be doing a BMT. A bone marrow transplant is a treatment that replaces unhealthy marrow with a healthy one. It’s also called a blood or marrow transplant. Bone marrow is a soft, sponge-like tissue in the center of most bones. It produces white blood cells, red blood cells, and platelets. But, before transplant, he will get chemo chemotherapy with or without radiation to destroy the diseased blood-forming cells and marrow. Then, healthy cells are given to Gabe, the procedure is not surgery. The new cells go into his bloodstream through an intravenous (IV) line. It’s just like getting blood or medicine through an IV. The cells find their way into marrow, where they grow and start to make healthy red blood cells, white blood cells and platelets.
People, he will need lots of good energy and good vibes. We all hope that he will overcome this scary disease very soon. Gabriel will have to stay in Tampa for a prolong period of time. He and his family will have to travel back and forth and that take money, a lot of money. Keep in mind, all of this time he hasn’t been work. Therefore, if you can find in your heart to help him and his family in this time of need will be greatly appreciated. Please, believe me anything you can do will help. I will resurrect the GoFundMe page and will schedule a fundraising campaign at the Last Dream Park. Thanks again and god bless.
Letter from Gabriel
I will like to express my deepest gratitude to every one of the members of Last Dream Soccer. The last two months have been a roller-coaster of emotions since the diagnosis of my Lymphoblastic Leukemia. The emotional and financial support of all of you, my friends have been more than I have ever expected. Me and my family will always be thankful for such compassion in this time of our lives.
I don’t know what the future holds for us, only God knows, But I promise to play forward again one day. I will like to give a special thanks to Dimitri, Mauricio, George, Mr. Miller, Carlos, Pica, Osmin, Willie, Joe, Colombo, Geneva and Sammy for going above and beyond to help me. It’s an honor to be a member of such a great community of players and friends. Thank you all from the bottom of my heart. God Bless, Gabriel.
August 19, 1984 – November 17, 2018
Unfortunately, I have to share really bad news with all of you today. With a heavy heart I pass on the news that Gabriel Silva aka GABE passed away on Saturday November 11/17/2018 at 10:00 pm. It was sad to lose not only a club member but a friend!!! Gabriel was battling Lymphoblastic lymphoma cancer for over a year. He was valued friend, cheerful and kind by nature. The type of person other people wanted to be around. Gabe will be greatly missed by his family and all his friends.
With that said, I hope that you will find it in your hearts to help Gabriel’s family in their time of need. While Gabriel was going through chemotherapy they have suffered tremendous burden. Especially, since he was main breadwinner in the family. This ordeal took its toll personally and financially on Gabe’s family and they will now need more than just your prayers. You’ll have my eternal gratitude, god bless.