Registration is coming to a close so reach out to make sure you and your friends have registered and come out on Leap Day (this Saturday) to buy soccer supplies. Dick’s Sporting Goods at McCandless Crossing has once again given us a 20% off coupon to share with you. It’s good for nearly everything in… Read More Discount Day Spring 2020 at Dick’s Sports McCandless
There has been a shake-up in US Youth Soccer with a change of the dividing date for age groups to January 1st. This puts the US in line with the rest of the world as opposed to our existing date of August 1st. The good news is that rather than trying to figure out which… Read More Age Group Shake-up
Attention all NA Soccer Club parents: It’s important that you understand some basic requirements that keep our day-to-day operations running at all levels. A recent post about behavior standards established guidelines to avoid bad situations but neglected some fundamental aspects that make it easier for a coach to run a team. Please make sure you… Read More NA Soccer Club Member Expectations
Along with school starting August 26th, so does soccer practice for all of our NASC teams. You may not have heard from your child’s coach yet, but you should before August 25th. We’ve been busy getting registration wrapped up and making sure we have enough volunteers to cover all of our coaching and management needs.… Read More Fall 2013 Season is Here!
Its mid-September, the fields and weather are in good shape, and we’ve got the first week of soccer games under our belt. Life is good! Getting things running smoothly in fall is always extra crazy. All of the kids kick up a year and for many that means a new division with new rules or… Read More NASC Fall 2012 Season Kicks Into Gear
Simple information posting and feedback makes blogs a great way to coordinate information. There are so many volunteers and regular turnover in the club administration that we need a better way to keep continuity. The website is a great tool, but a bit complex. So much rides on its operation for registration, etc., that its… Read More Why Does NASC Need a Blog?