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Recreational Soccer - The Foundation for Success
The Davidson County Youth Soccer Association (DCYSA) was established in July 2012 with a representative from each of the following communities : Churchland, Midway, Reeds, and Welcome. Arcadia, Davis Townsend, and Hasty would join the league in the following years. Davidson County Youth Soccer Association is proud of it's very successful Recreation (Rec) soccer program. It is not only the largest in Davidson County, we are recognized by North Carolina Youth Soccer Association (NCYSA) as a top three recreation only leagues in the state.
The purpose of establishing this league was to keep our vision as a recreational league first. Davidson County Youth Soccer Association’s goal is to continue to grow our program within all communities in Davidson County and to serve as many kids as possible. Come Play With Us!
Recreation soccer is the entry level of soccer that Davidson County Youth Soccer Association offers. This level is available to players from age 3 through 14.
Recreation soccer is intended for players just entering soccer or those who simply enjoy the game and do not wish to participate in the more competitive Player Development, Challenge or Classic levels.
DCYSA's Mission Statement
To offer a strong character centered soccer program for children and families, developing sportsmanship and athletic skills, while promoting The Beautiful Game and making memories that last a lifetime.
We have a select youth soccer league for boys and girls whose primary focus is to provide a positive experience for the player, coach and parents. The emphasis will be on the education and technical development of each player and coach; so that their experience with DCYSA will encourage them to continue their participation in soccer with enthusiasm and a sense of accomplishment. Parents are expected to uphold their child’s commitment to the program by bringing them to ALL practices and ALL games and on time.
Will be committed to developing our players to first being the best teammates and second to be the best players that they can be. Coaches will place players in the team that best suits each player, allowing players to play up as allowed by league rules.