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Soccer’s Growth

Soccer is experiencing an unprecedented window of change and growth in the U.S. With policy changes, national team success, and home-grown players transferring to top-tier teams, the sport of soccer is on the minds of Americans now more than ever before. Concerns over safety in other sports is also driving parents to look for alternative outlets for their aspiring athletes, and soccer is filling that void.

Alabama

Alabama Soccer Association (ASA) has a current membership of more than 25,000 registered players statewide — youth and adult — and approximately 2,000 active coaches, referees, and administrators. There are approximately 30 soccer tournaments per year in Alabama pulling teams from all over the state and neighboring states including Florida, Georgia, Tennessee, Mississippi, and Louisiana. When teams travel, they generally stay over an entire weekend and bring an influx of revenue to the local areas.

Florida

The Florida Youth Soccer Association (FYSA) is one of the top 10 largest memberships in the United States under US Youth Soccer. Their membership consists of over 250 clubs and leagues, 25,000 coaches and officials, and 105,000 players throughout the state of Florida.

Georgia

Georgia Soccer currently serves more than 98,000 affiliated members, including youth and adult players, referees, coaches and trainers and club administrators. There are approximately 70 soccer tournaments per year in Georgia pulling teams from all over the state and neighboring states including Alabama, Florida, Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana, and South Carolina.

Tennessee

Tennessee Soccer has a currently registered membership reach of approximately 55,000 players, referees, and coaches. There are approximately 80 soccer tournaments per year in Tennessee and over 110 registered clubs.