To assist in reducing the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19)
we are postponing all soccer games
for all Van Soccer Association teams
until 04 APR.
Please follow us on Facebook or this website
for scheduling updates.
until 01 APR
by the City of Van
in response to COVID-19.
We are in Contact with the City of Van
and North Texas Soccer Association
to follow their guidance and direction.
If you're showing symptoms, such as fever and cough,
the safest place to be --for you and for everyone--
is in your home.
Thank you for your support and understanding.
Stay healthy, salud!
Rebecca Harrison, President
Van Soccer Association
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Click on the image to the left
to watch a 12 min video titled "Concussions in Soccer"
9 triggers or signs of a possible concussion event are:
All Players who leave the field for serious injury, possible concussion, MUST be evaluated by a Health Care Professional (Medical Doctor, Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine, or Certified Trainer) before being allowed to return to play.
Approved Rule changes regarding heading the ball were approved
at the July 2017 NTSSA Annual General Meeting (AGM)
and August VSA General Meeting
as a part of Risk Management and Player Safety.
Get to know what we are doing to keep your child from a lifetime injury.
for easy access
to game info
for your Player