WVSA Hall Of Fame - Individual Tickets On Sale

Individual tickets are now available for the 2016 WVSA Hall Of Fame awards dinner on March 5, 2016.. Read More

 
 
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2015 US Youth Soccer Show - Best of 2015

We look back on some of this year's most talked about stories from the US Youth Soccer Show. WATCH NOW!

 

Sideline etiquette: 6 tips for parents at games

Some parents' sideline behavior can have a negative effect on their young child's sports experience. Read More

 

WVSA Online Store

The West Virginia Soccer Association has opened a new online apparel store. Click the link to... Read More

 

Changes Coming to Youth Soccer in 2016

U.S. Soccer members will begin to transition on two key factors to encourage further development. Read More

 

Social media do's and don'ts for youth players

Want to make a good impression with a college coach? Your social media presence is important. Read More

 

Follow Us On Instagram

Yes, we're on Instagram! @wvsoccer Read More

 

UPCOMING Events

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  • Feb 06
    WV ODP February Team Training
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    February 06, 2016




    WV ODP Team Training will be Saturday, February 6, 2016 at Bridgeport High School.

    8:30a-10:30a – Girls 02, 03/04
    10:30a-12:30p - Girls 99, 00, 01
    12:30p-2:30p - Boys 01 & 02
    2:30p-4:30p - Boys 99 and 00
    3p-5p – Boys 03 & 04
     
  • Feb 19
    Virginia ODP Friendlies
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    February 19, 2016 - February 21, 2016




    Virginia ODP Friendlies - Williamsburg, Virginia
     
  • Mar 05
    WVSA Hall Of Fame Awards
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    March 05, 2016




    The 2016 WVSA Hall Of Fame will be Saturday, March 5, 2016 at Embassy Suites in Downtown Charleston.
     
 

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Concussion Awareness
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West Virgina Soccer Association continues to look for ways to improve concussion education and create policies to address the risk of head injuries that may occur through participation. US Youth Soccer and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have teamed up to help protect participants of all youth sports who may be at risk of concussion. The campaign assists in getting concussion information into the hands of coaches, parents, and school and healthcare professionals who are on the front-line to help identify and respond appropriately to concussions among young players.
 
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GOAL SAFETY

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TECHNICAL TIP

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USSF Changes

What do you think of the new changes coming in Fall 2016 from US Soccer

 

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