Teams

As the fall season gets going, we want to remind all clubs along the Front Range and in the Mountains that parents, coaches, team managers, and spectators are able to add game times/locations to their personal calendars.

Whether you use a smartphone or your desktop computer, it is easy to add games and get score notifications for your teams and for the teams you want to follow. The information will be posted on the news page of the CSA website, as well as Facebook and Twitter.

 

Feel free to share the following information with your coaches and parents!

 

Here’s How it Works:

 

  1. Visit http://www.coloradosoccer.org/resources/schedule_and_standings/
  2. Click on the League or Event. State Cup and Presidents Cup schedules are also listed.
  3. Navigate to your selected Division and click the Schedule icon under the desired Division.

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  1. Click the calendar icon next to your team’s game. A window will pop up to download the information into your personal calendar. It will download the calendar file. Open it and add it to your calendar. Using your calendar function, you can even invite grandma via email!image014

 

  1. Want to see where your team is playing for the season? Click on your team and the game information pops up, you add the dates to your calendar. That’s it!

Want to take it one step further and get scores?

Here’s what you do:

  1. Once you have navigated to your League, click on the Get Scores tab on the top of the page.
  2. Select your Age Group and Division, enter in your email address and/or mobile text number to receive updates and click Subscribe. That’s it!

Click the following links for important information, standards and policies:

  • Heading the ball –>In an effort to comply with the PDI and new USYS Rule, the Board of Colorado Soccer Association has determined that in all matches and tournaments sanctioned by Colorado Soccer, deliberate heading of a ball in all 4 v. 4 and 7 v. 7 matches will not be allowed.
  • Concussion Policy–>Each member of Colorado Soccer, and any club or entity that enters teams into Colorado Soccer sponsored leagues [Sponsoring Entity], shall require each head coach and each assistant coach with whom the club or entity contracts or employs and who coaches a youth soccer activity [including practices] to complete an annual concussion recognition education course. Failure of a coach to complete an annual concussion recognition education course shall be grounds for discipline by Colorado Soccer.
  • CSA 9v9 Standards of play
  • CSA 7v7 Standards of play
  • CSA 4v4 Standards of play