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7/1/20 Due to the executive order extension, spring rec is canceled. Emails were sent with more information.

Columbia Soccer Association (TN)

The Columbia Soccer Association (CSA) is a nonprofit organization that relies on volunteers and the support and generosity of sponsors. CSA originated in 1984 as the Maury County Soccer Association, Region 653 (AYSO). Less than 100 players competed on two fields off Trotwood Avenue. By 1987, CSA had grown to nearly 300 players, and the organization found a permanent home at Cook Soccer Park. Matches were played on three fields. Two additional fields were constructed in 1995, and four long awaited cross walk bridges were added for the safety of players, parents, and fans in 2003. In the spring of 2004, T-Poles were built for each field to accommodate local merchant advertising. CSA now insures 800-900 recreational soccer players per season. Both the spring and fall seasons are eight weeks in duration. CSA also maintains a competitive travel division and an adult league for the young at heart.

CSA is a member of the TN State Soccer Association (TSSA). TSSA began in 1979 by experts of the game to advance and promote soccer at all levels. The game has caught hold and proven that it is the most popular game in the world and the fastest growing youth sport in the United States. TSSA is a nonprofit organization and a member of the United States Soccer Federation (USSF). Through the youth and amateur divisions, TSSA implements the USSF programs in the state of Tennessee.
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  • Cook Soccer Park Updated:03.16.2020 09:05AM
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07/01/20 COVID-19 Information for CSA Families

Many of you are aware that Governor Lee has extended the executive order until August 29, 2020. The executive order limits participants and recreational sports. We will not be able to finish the remaining games before July 31, 2020, which is the end of the principal soccer year.

We hoped to be patient and finish the season but that is not possible now. We plan to meet again in two weeks to discuss the fall season. Once we have decided on the fall season, we will send an email out to all families.

To keep costs low for our families, we’ve always charged the minimum fees to cover start-up costs each season such as uniforms, mowing contracts, equipment, and other miscellaneous fees that must be paid before we can even start games. A portion of the registration fee is usually offset by sponsors and money raised by our tournaments. With fewer sponsors, canceled tournaments, and the inability for us to receive reimbursement on uniforms and other expenses, we will not be able to issue refunds or credits for the canceled season.

Going forward, please be aware that we like many associations are examining the practices and procedures set by previous boards and are looking for changes that will better prepare us for situations like this pandemic.

We appreciate your understanding and patience during this time. Most of the board, coaches, mentors, and members are volunteers and it has affected us as well. We are committed to dedicating our time to provide a quality soccer program for kids in and around Maury county, and we look forward to being back on the fields soon.

Thank you,

Columbia Soccer Board


Columbia Soccer Association (Tennessee)

1116 West 7th Street PMB 248 
Columbia, Tennessee 38401
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