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Columbia Soccer Association (TN)

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    Laws of the Game

    Laws of the Game and Changes

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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Field Status_
  • Cook Soccer Park Updated:08.19.2020 02:14PM
  • Ridley Park Updated:08.19.2020 02:14PM
    • Football Field 1(Adult)
    • Football Field 2 (Adult)
    • G1
    • G2
    • B1
    • B2


Is your player ready for a challenge? Are they ready to make the step up from recreational soccer to competitive soccer? Do they have the skills and abilities to represent Columbia Soccer as an Arsenal player competing against other clubs? Then register today for the 2023 Arsenal Tryouts!

What are some differences between recreational and competitive travel soccer?



  • Teams are coached by parents.
  • Players are guaranteed at least half a game of playtime.
  • All games are against other CSA teams on Saturdays.
  • Lower cost option


  • Teams are coached by licensed coaches.
  • Playtime is earned based on skills, abilities, willingness to learn, sportsmanship, and other key qualities.
  • Games are played against other clubs which sometimes involves travel out of the county and the state.
  • Games may be played during the week and/or weekends.
  • More cost due to various expenses related to each team’s needs, number of tournaments/leagues, travel, etc.


If you and your player are ready to represent Columbia Soccer and compete on a higher level, register today for the 2023 Arsenal Tryouts! Registration to try out is free. If accepted to a team, there is a registration fee, club fee, and team fees. For more details regarding birth years, dates, fees, and other information, visit the website and click on the Programs/CFC Competitive/Travel/Arsenal link.


Columbia Soccer Association (Tennessee)

1116 West 7th Street PMB 248 
Columbia, Tennessee 38401
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