Become A Volunteer For Regionals

Sign up for a shift to help at the U.S. Youth Soccer Region I Championships in Barboursville June 26 Read More

 

US Youth Soccer Region I Comes Back To WV

The US Youth Soccer Region I Championships are coming back to the Village of Barboursville, WV Read More

 

What parents who are new to soccer can expect

Many parents' first experience with soccer comes when their kid picks up the sport. Read More

 

How clubs can help take stress out of recruiting

BRYC Elite (VA) DOC Larry Best talks about how club coaches can help players with college planning. Read More

 

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

 

US Youth Soccer launches new online clinic

The new 'Principles of Play' clinic is now available for free on Education.USYouthSoccer.org Read More

 

UPCOMING Events

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RECENT HEADLINES

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  • US Soccer Offer Digital Coaching Center

    US Soccer has launched the all new digital coaching corner, where for the first time coaches can register and go through a coaching class – the F license – completely on line.

  • 2015 US Youth Soccer ODP Championships

    2015 US Youth Soccer ODP Championships

    The 2015 US Youth Soccer Olympic Development Program Championships will take place Feb. 27- March 1 at the Reach 11 Sports Complex in Phoenix, Ariz.

  • Bauer Selected For Region I ODP Event

    Sydney Bauer from Charles Town has been selected to participate in the Region 1 ODP Christmas Training Event in Palmyra, Pa. December 28-30, 2014.

  • WV Coaches Win Region I Awards

    WV Coaches Win Region I Awards

    The West Virginia Soccer Association is excited to announce that Nikki Goodenow of Mountaineer United SC and Steven Bane of South Charleston/Dunbar Youth Soccer have won Region I Coaching Awards.

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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Region I

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