Door County Soccer Association: Welcome

Click here to register on-line for Door County Soccer (Sturgeon Bay area players only) plus get 3 free magazines!
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 NOTE:  THIS IS NO LONGER OUR WEBSITE!  WE HAVE MOVED TO WWW.DOORSOCCER.COM  YOU MUST GO THERE TO REGISTER.

THANKS AND HAVE A GREAT SEASON!

 

Welcome to the Door County Soccer Association's website.  DCSA is a volunteer rec league with 500 players in beautiful Door County Wisconsin.  We are affiliated with SAY soccer.  Games are primarily played at John Miles County Park soccer fields as well as the Sister Bay Sports Complex, Baileys Harbor, and on Washington Island.  Our season starts in June and ends with a championship tournament at the end of July.   We are a summer recreational league who is very serious about our kids having fun!  

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Players, parents, and coaches please take our survey about end of the year tournaments and jersey's below.  Thanks!


preview DCSA 2009 by Scott Bader

Friday, February 11
2011 Summer Season

2011 Summer Soccer Program

 

*      Door County’s #1 Summer Sport!*      6-18 year old age divisions.*      5 year old program on Wednesdays*      Trained referees, great coaches, great fun!*      All players play at least half of each game.*      Learn, play, and meet new friends.*      Season runs June & July ending with a league tournament.*      Home games at John Miles Park (fairgrounds) soccer fields.*      Away games in Sister Bay, Baileys Harbor, & W.I.*      Only $45 per child, family discounts.  2 easy ways to register;Online at www.DoorSoccer.Com (pay by check or credit card). Or by mail, pick up registration form at school office Or at Dunhams Sporting Goods, Sturgeon Bay Registration cut off date is April 8, 2011 Soccer kick off day is May 21,  Games begin June 13th 

 

Don’t forget our British Soccer Camp 6/27-7/1!We had 100 kids last year and expect even more this year.Great training and fun.  Sign up atwww.challengersports.com or www.DoorSoccer.com  IMPORTANT DATES TO REMEMBER April 8: Registrations due April 9: $10 late fee applies, child not assured team placement. April 18: Registration closed; no registrations will be accepted after this date. May 21:  Soccer Kick off day at the Fairgrounds Meet your coach & team, purchase a soccer ball, get hand outs, do some drills!6/7 year olds- 9am8/9 year olds 9:3010/11 year olds 1012/13 year olds 10:3014/15 11:00Special visit by British Soccer Coaches too!DCSA day at Dunhams (20% off!) June 13th GAMES BEGIN! June 15th 5 year program starts. You will not be contacted prior to soccer kick off day.You are responsible for showing up to find out team placement or having someone show up in your place.Check www.DoorSoccer.com for updates.


Wednesday, July 14
Cancelations

Soccer tonight (Wednesday 7/14/10) has been canceled due to storms.

The SBHS 3 v 3 tournament has been canceled due to not enough teams.  This gives us extra times to make up games but please check the soccer shed and the schedule before you sign up to use a field!



Tuesday, June 22
Annual Sturgeon Bay 3 on 3 Tournament!

The 9th annual Sturgeon Bay 3 on 3 Tournament is coming July 17, 2010 at our soccer fields.  It is hosted by the Sturgeon Bay Schools Soccer Club and begins at 9am.

  • Boys and Girls team (if enough teams) with age divisions.
  • Each team guaranteed 3 games.
  • Concessions available on site.
  • Buy raffle tickets to win GREAT PRIZES!
  • Coveted 3 on 3 T-shirts available for only $12!!
  • Register by July 2 and save $10!!!!!
  • No registrations after July 9!
  • Sign up today (see form below).

Proceeds benefit Sturgeon Bay Schools Soccer Programs.  All high school players are required to ref at least one game (we will feed you if you do so!).

Sponsored by; (email srbader@coldwellbanker.com if you would like to be a sponsor)

Coldwell Banker The Real Estate Group www.ColdwellHomes.com

 


Handout: 3 v 3 2010

Thursday, February 25
Registration now closed except for U18

Registration for 6-18 year old has ended on May 1st and registraion is closed. 

U18 is still taking registrations.  Our U18 is on Thursday nights and whoever shows up (with jersey and if you are a registered player) may partake in a pick-up games on our field with our refs.

Soccer Kick Off Day is May 15th, see you there!


Handout: 2010 Registration & Information

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2009 Soccer kick off day
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Friday, May 8
2010 Soccer Kick Off Day May 15th!!!!

May 15, 2010 Soccer Kick Off Day meet your coach & reps from British Soccer Camps & Green Bay Soccer Camps.  Ref meeting & training (required for our refs), coaches clinic (free) and more.  At the fairgrounds in the building across from the pavilion in the Junior Fair Building.

9 am  6/7 year olds

9:30 am 8/9 year olds

10am to 11am Coaches Clinic by Challenger Sports

11am  10/11 year olds

11:30-am 12/13 year olds

12    14/15 year olds

12:30 Referee Meeting and training



Monday, April 21
Great book and coaching tip

This winter I stumpled upon a great book called "Soccerhead, an accidental journey into the heart of the American Game" by Jim Haner.  Many  can relate to this "accidential journey" having no idea what the sport was about prior to our kids playing.  I am one one of those who never understood soccer but here I am President of DCSA & have now coached for 7+ years!  Aside from it being a great book he had one of the best coaching tips I have ever read;

 The author was at the National Soccer Coaches Association of America Convention and Anson Dorrance (coach of UNC women's team which had a 532-25-15 record under him & he was Mia Hamm's coach) was giving a seminar on the method's he uses to turn his practices at UNC into a "competitvie cauldron".  This is used to boil off the pretenders and temper the survivors.  Anyway a youth coach asked him when he should turn up the heat on his kids back home.  He replied "I don't think junior year in high school is a moment too soon for a coach to start thinking about these things".  Another great coach, Tony DiCicco (Passadena) said "... the best way to coach kids that age (youth soccer) is just to let 'em play."

Food for thought coaches!

 SB