The Skeeters program features fun activities designed to introduce 4 year olds to basic soccer skills.
Players meet once a week (Saturday afternoons at Morningside Baptist Church on Pedrick Road) for approximately one hour.
CSA's Rec League is geared to players of all skill levels, ages 5-17, who want to develop their soccer skills and/or just have some fun on the field!
Teams practice one evening a week at Tom Brown Park or Morningside Soccer Complex (off of Pedrick road). All games are played on Saturday mornings.
Recreational Plus League
CSA’s Rec Plus program continues to grow and this season, should enough players be interested, CSA plans to offer a Rec Plus team for our advanced U12 players. Our Rec Plus program is designed to give the advanced recreational player an opportunity to play against similarly-skilled teams in the Big Bend region.
The selection of players is based upon parent commitment, prior-coach recommendations and a skills assessment.
Games will be on Saturdays and could require minimal travel.
One tournament weekend could be scheduled depending on their availability and the technical and tactical skill level of the team as they develop over the course of the season.
Participating coaches will have an FYSA "E" License at a minimum.
Declared the "game for all kids" by US Youth Soccer, Capital Soccer Association is a proud supporter of this very special program.
TOPSoccer, The Outreach Program for Soccer, is a community- based training program for differently abled players 4 years of age and older, who have a cognitive and/or physical disability. Organized by youth soccer volunteers, this unique program enables these players to participate at levels consistent with their skills, not necessarily their age.
Our goal is to enable people with disabilities to develop their physical fitness, technical skills and self-esteem, through the joy and excitement of playing soccer.