CINCI SOCCER LEAGUE
The Southern Ohio Adult Soccer Association
We are pleased to announce a new member of SOASA. The Cincy Soccer League, headed by Erin and Seth Walsh has been accepted by the Executive Board for the remainder of the 2017-17 seasonal year. They are a 10 team, coed, 7 v 7 league that formerly played in the Hamilton County Rec program. They will become a valued member of our council, adding enthusiasm and a different background to our group. You can contact them at: firstname.lastname@example.org should you want more information.
The Capitals FC from the Columbus Premier Soccer League traveled to Chicago on Saturday, April 21 to face RWB Adria in the first round of the 2017 USASA Open Cup. It was a chilly but clear evening as the match was started on an artificial turf field. The teams played fairly evenly with Adria having the better of it. By halftime, Adria was up 2-0. Capitals came out fighting and took the first minutes of the second half but began to tire. Adria had more bench players who were subbed on with fresh legs. The end result was 4-0. We are proud of the showing by the Capitals F C under player/coach Daniel Albeit. It was the best Amateur Cup performance by a SOASA entry against a strong regional team in many years.
SOASA PLAYER BENEFIT PROGRAM
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2018 SOASA PLAYER BENEFIT PROGRAM
Charlie Keaney Receving Lifetime Achievement Award
The United States Power Soccer Association (USPSA) is the US Soccer affiliate responsible to provide persons with physical disabilities using power chairs. Power Soccer is the fastest growing sport for power wheelchair users. It combines the skill of the person with the speed and power of the chair to create a fun, competitive and accessible opportunity to play the most popular sport in the world.
We want to educate our US Soccer family about Power Soccer and make you aware of the 2017 FIPFA World Cup taking place in the US this summer as Team USA defends their title in Kissimmee, FL from July 5-9 when they host the World Cup. The hope is that we can open opportunities for future players beyond the World Cup.
US Power Soccer Association