Welcome to the Last Dream Club Page
Last Dream Soccer Club was started by Mauricio Peres, Raffael 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 Raffael 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 20 teams with over 350 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 executive commission met with Palm Beach County Commissioner Jess R. Santamaria (firstname.lastname@example.org). We wanted to show our support and discuss future of Last Dream soccer club in the community. Commissioner Jess Santamaria holds his monthly community forum at the original Wellington Mall on November 21. The discussion many topics that directly affect our community and our club members. Last Dream’s executive commission would like to encourage all club members to attend the meetings and voice their opinions in the open forum.
I’m excited to officially announce that incumbent mayor Matty Mattioli fended off three challengers to earn a third, two-year term. In the past few weeks Last Dream members met with Matty Mattioli (Mayor of Royal Palm Beach). Matty Mattioli has served on the Village of Royal Palm Beach Council for the past 20 years. In that time , Matty has helped build the Village and is most proud of building the best Park system in the South Florida. He has been a strong and successful champion for the residents of Royal Palm Beach whether he is advocating for children or adults, or helping to build Veterans Park. At 84, Mayor Matty Mattioli shows no signs of slowing down.
Last Dream Soccer Club
The Last Dream Soccer Club is a collection of 3 premier over 21, over 40 & over 50 soccer divisions in Palm Beach County, Florida. The Club currently has 20 teams playing at Seminole Palms Park – Palm Beach County. The Club is divided into three divisions based on the players 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.
Last Dream Soccer Club Sprint Season play begins in February and continues through June. Fall Season play begins in August and continues through December.
- All of the Over-40 Club matches played on Sunday mornings at Seminole Palms Park on field 9 starting at 8:30 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. (8:30, 10:10, 11:50 and 1:30)
- All of the Over-50 Club matches played on Sunday mornings at Seminole Palms Park on field 10 starting at 8:30 a.m. until 11:00 a.m. (8:30, 10:00, 11:30)
- All of the Over-25 Club matches played on Sunday mornings at Seminole Palms Park on field 10 starting at 11:30 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. (1:00,2:30)
Seminole Palms Park houses 12 sports and multi-purpose fields, a no-permit-required picnic pavilion, and a water park, but I’m mostly familiar with the small playground. It’s a cool little set-up, partially wheelchair accessible, with towers,ladders, ramps, bridges, and slides. There are two sections, one for toddlers, and one for older kids. The drawback is that the swings are a bit of a distance from the playground proper, so if you’re with a larger group, it’s hard to keep track of everyone – we just usually keep them off the swings! There’s a big open field right next to the playground – one of the multi-purpose ones, I suppose – that’s great for running, playing tag, or a little soccer or football-tossing. Water fountains can be found by the restrooms. Parking is ample.
Seminole Palms Park
ENTRANCE: 151 Lamstein Lane, Royal Palm Beach, Florida 33411
HOURS: Sunrise – Sunset. Lighted athletic fields (permit required) open until 10:00 pm