Welcome to Henderson County Soccer Located in Athens, Texas
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For U14 and U16 please go to tricountysoccer.us for schedules
The purpose of the Henderson County Soccer Association (HCSA)is to promote and advance the game of soccer, to provide the opportunity for fun and recreation, to develop leadership, sportsmanship, physical fitness and courage through competition and to provide competent leadership for the attainment of a successful soccer program.
HCSA is a non-profit, educational organization dedicated to fostering the physical, mental and emotional growth and development of Henderson County's youth through the sport of soccer at all levels of age and competition. Our job is also to make it fun and instill a lifelong passion for the sport in young players.
HCSA desires is to act as a positive and productive member of the Henderson County Community, striving to be a source of inspiration and pride.
HCSA is in association with the North Texas State Soccer Association (NTSSA).
North Texas Soccer is a Texas non-profit, 501(c)(3) Tax Exempt Corporation formed to promote, foster, and advance the cause of soccer for youth and adults within its territory. It shall be the mission of North Texas Soccer to educate, provide administrative service, promote and stimulate interest in the game of soccer. North Texas Soccer is a member of United States Youth and United States Adult, United States Soccer Federation and Federation Internationale de Football Association.
North Texas Soccer is comprised of over 123 Member Associations that maintain a large volunteer base of coaches and program administrators.
North Texas Soccer, governed by a voluntary Executive Committee, maintains a state office with a professional full-time staff.
North Texas Soccer has one purpose in mind: To ensure that each participant has an enjoyable soccer experience while moving toward his or her personal goal.
Code of Conduct
- Be an encourager, not a critic, applauding good plays for both teams
- Be kind to all children, volunteer coaches, and referees
- Be an example of good sportsmanship in victory and defeat
Remember: This is for the kids!
Click on the image above
to watch a 12 min video titled "Concussions in Soccer"
9 triggers or signs of a possible concussion event are:
- Motor un-coordination
- Loss of consciousness or lying motionless on field
- Slow to get up
- Unsteady walk
- Falling to the ground
- Grabbing or clutching the head
- Dazed or confused
- Blank or vacant look
- Facial cut in association with any of the above
All Players who leave the field for serious injury, possible concussion, MUST be evaluated by a Health Care Professional (Medical Doctor, Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine, or Certified Trainer) before being allowed to return to play.