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Soccer Family,

Today we made the decision to cancel the Spring Soccer Season.

Though a difficult decision to reach, with the health and safety of our Players as our top priority, our decision is the right one. 

Working with our country to deal with COVID-19 means turning our lives upside down.  We hate that this cancellation adds another adjustment.  However, we must do our part to comply with the Governor's orders to keep school age children at home during this time. 

We greatly appreciate all of our Parents, Coaches, Referees, and everyone volunteering their time and resources for our Players.  We know the Season turned out way different from anyone’s expectations.  We hope that we can count on your support in the upcoming season. 

Please, everyone, stay Healthy, stay Safe, and stay Home.

For the Love of the Game,
Van Soccer Association

SafeSport Certification

Required to Coach Spring 2020

Online training:  3-5 hours
...stop and restart as needed

GotSoccer Coach Login

Coach Login User Name and Password supplied by VSA's about the kids

General Meeting, 13 APR

This month's meeting will be on Zoom.

Anyone desiring to join:

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Check out what it takes to become referee here!

Referee Pay Schedule

Age Div Center Line Min Grade
6U $12 - 9
8U $16 - 9
10U $20 $10 8
12U $24 $12 8
14U $28 $14 8
16U $32 $16 8
19U $40 $20 7
Adult $30 - -

Code of Conduct


  • Be an encourager, not a critic, applauding good plays for both teams
  • Be kind to all children, volunteer coaches, and referees
  • Be an example of good sportsmanship in victory and defeat
Remember:  This is for the kids!

Rules, Rules, Rules

Review the Laws of the Game 
(including 4v4 modification summary)

and the modified VSA & NTSSA Rules! 
focusing on Player development by
reducing field sizes and length of games 
and MORE!

Check out our FAQ page, too.

Concussion Awareness

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:

  • Motor un-coordination
  • Loss of consciousness or lying motionless on field
  • Slow to get up
  • Unsteady walk
  • Falling to the ground
  • Grabbing or clutching the head
  • Dazed or confused
  • Blank or vacant look
  • Facial cut in association with any of the above

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.



I want to know more about...

Player Development Initiatives and USSF mandates approved by NTSSA
creating changes for 2016 Fall and beyond.

When is heading allowed?

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.

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