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Bethesda Soccer Club

Bethesda Soccer Club started as three teams in 1979, competing as the Bethesda Boys Club. The club is located in Montgomery County, Maryland, just northwest of Washington, D.C. Bethesda teams have had a long history of success, from league play to tournaments to cups at the state, regional and national levels. Their teams compete in the USYSA Region I League, the National Capital Soccer League (NCSL) and the Washington Area Girls Soccer League (WAGS). Today, they have some 40 boys and girls’ teams from ages U-8 through U-19 that compete in various leagues in Maryland & Region I.


Catholic Youth Organization (CYO)

 
Catholic Youth Organization - "Coaching our kids to do their best, improve their skills and display moral values" 



Damascus Soccer Club (DSC)


Founded in 1992,  Damascus Soccer Club has over twenty select or "travel" teams at all levels of play.  Our own in house recreational league registers approximately 1,000 players each Fall and Spring season and our DSC Academy program teaches nearly 200 preschool and kindergarten aged children soccer FUNdamentals.  Our recreational league games are played mostly on Saturdays in the up-county area, and at the Maryland SoccerPlex in Germantown.  The DSC Academy meets Saturday mornings at local parks in the Damascus/Clarksburg area.



DC Stoddert

DC Stoddert Soccer is the largest youth sports organization in Washington, DC, with about 6,000 players per season in the fall and spring seasons. Their players range in age from pre-kindergarten to high school. Nearly half of their players are girls, making them by far the biggest sports program for girls in the city.





Maryland Rush Montgomery (MRM)

The Maryland Rush Montgomery, formely known as Seneca Soccer Association (SSA), sponsors both boys and girls youth soccer teams in the travel leagues of the Metropolitan Washington DC area. These are primarily the National Premier League (NPL)/Eastern Development Program (EDP), National Capital Soccer League (NCSL) for boys and the Washington Area Girls Soccer League (WAGS) for girls, but we also have teams playing in the Region 1/Colonial League, Super Y, BBSL, and OBSL.


Montgomery Soccer, Inc. (MSI)


MSI
 is a non-profit youth soccer organization that promotes youth soccer in Montgomery County. MSI emphasizes each childs enjoyment, personal growth, skill development and team experience through excellent leadership, fair play and good sportsmanship.

 


Potomac Soccer Association

Potomac Soccer Association’s mission is to promote soccer for area youth. Over the past 18 years, PSA has matured from a homespun group of six teams to an all-volunteer, community-based organization sponsoring over 500 youth, ages 10 to 19 years, in the highest competitive level of travel-select soccer. During the fall and spring seasons of each year, PSA fields over 30 teams in the National Capital Soccer League (NCSL) and the Washington Area Girls Soccer League (WAGS), Old Dominion Soccer League (ODSL) and Olney Bethesda Soccer League (OBSL).


Soccer Association of Montgomery

The Soccer Association of Montgomery (SAM) was established in 2005 by the Maryland Soccer Foundation, the owner/operator of the 22-field  Maryland SoccerPlex.  SAM provides superior developmental and educational soccer programs for Montgomery County youth. Programs include Pre-Kicks (ages 3-4),  Kickers (ages 5-6), and a Recreational League (U7-High School).

SAM’s mission is a commitment to provide a positive soccer experience through a fun and safe environment which will nurture and foster each young athlete’s character and mental and physical skills. 

Finally, SAM is unique in its ability to offer the local soccer community the combination of a world class facility and professional soccer expertise.

For all information regarding the SAM program, please visit the SAM website, www.samsoccer.org.

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