If you can walk, you can play!©TinyTotSoccer

Danville Area Soccer Association (DASA)

1100 E. Winter Ave  Danville, IL.61832

Welcome to the Danville, IL. Soccer website, the site for everything soccer.

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Quick Links::

   AboutUs

   Board

   History

   Complex

   Directions

   Policies

   Photos & Videos

   Club Soccer

   Super Soccer

   TinyTot Soccer

Coaches Manuals::

   Coaches

   U-6 Coaches Manual

   U-8 Coaches Manual

   U-10 Coaches Manual

   U-12 Coaches Manual 

   U-14 Coaches Manual

   FIFA LAWS of the GAME

Weather Links::

   Weather Procedure (pdf) 

 

                                       "I think the town where you live is what you make of it."  Article by Dr. Halloran

Spring 2015 soccer

"I'm bored and nothing to do! tired of the long cold winter months! Register today to join our outdoor spring league details

Register Today

Welcome  to our 3rd annual Spring soccer season. Co-Ed Spring soccer Flyer (pdf) is for first time or seasoned players age 4 to under 14. Spring 2015 season registration is now open, it's easy and takes only a few minutes. Register today and avoid the late registration fees, have your child placed on a team, and get your uniform on time.  Register Now

Added this season our very own Spring Tiny Tot (SPTT) soccer for kids age 1 to 4 in our very own secured area filled with activities specifically designed for the toddlers to learn the very basic soccer skill...TINY TOT©, IF YOU CAN WALK, YOU CAN PLAY©   TinyTot details

Volunteers only:: please click on this link to sign up as a volunteer Volunteer only

US Youth Soccer experienced significant growth in 2014 US Youth Soccer, the largest youth sports organization in the country, has reported a 9 percent increase (250,000+) in its membership over the past year — a figure the association believes is indicative of the growing interest in soccer across the United States and the excitement generated by the 2014 FIFA World Cup in addition to improved programs for associations. In 2014, US Youth Soccer saw its annual registration grow to 3,055,148, meaning that more than 4 percent of the U.S. population 18 years old and younger played US Youth Soccer. The growth included new players and players returning to the association. 

 

Soccer TIPS of the Week::

1. Shin guards are required, cleats are not (recommended), Metal cleats and front toe cleats are illegal.

2. Every player must be permitted to play 50% of the time of every game - League policy.

Fall 2014 season links:: Complex & Field status   Season Play Rules & Policies   Schedules & Scores   Fields layout   Rosters   Referees Only   Concessions Schedule   Volunteer Only   Important Dates   Adopt a field paint  

Concession Food & Drinks Area:: Keep our registration cost affordable.  our only fund raiser to help maintain the fields and keep cost down. Visit us for a variety of selections.  Italian Beef, Walking Tacos, Pizza, 100% Beef Hot Dogs, Cheese Hot Dogs, Loaded Chili Cheese Hot Dogs, Nachos with Cheese, Chili Cheese Nachos, Pretzels, Fresh Popcorn, Pepsi Products, Gatorade, Freeze Pop, Hot Chocolate, Iced Tea, and much more.  Thanks for your support

         

DASA 30th Anniversary::Never lose sight of the aims of the Association: to provide the means to experience fair play and good sportsmanship for all of our youth in an environment where everyone may enjoy and grow from the experience.  Thank you for celebrating our success.  Press release

TINY TOT SOCCER (TT)::  "IF YOU CAN WALK, YOU CAN PLAY". Our very own TT soccer for all kids under age 4. TT soccer is a parent child activity program filled with activities uniquely developed to introduce the very basic soccer skills for the toddlers. Yes, if you can walk, you can play. TT Starts and ends with the regular season every year. TT activities, in our own secured and safe area every Saturday 9 am - 2 pm during the regular season. Come and go as you please, spend as much or as little time as you like. Please click here Details for additional information, photos and videos.

SUPER SOCCER (SS):: Danville Area Soccer proudly expands the opportunity for soccer play by adding Super Soccer. This new program is for our children with special needs or disabilities which may keep them from participating in usual league play. Now they will have a program adapted to their needs and staffed by volunteers so they and their families can learn the sport and share the competition, the enthusiasm, and the thrill of soccer play. Registration is now open for Super Soccer for any child up to age 18. We welcome volunteer help as a “Buddy” or coach. Click the registration button to sign up, let your friends know and lets join forces for the fun of it. Follow the registration prompts and choose Super Soccer from the Community drop down menu. For Super Soccer detailed information, definitions, manuals and additional links, please click here for Details

CLUB SOCCER:: 30th annual Vermilion County Soccer Club (VCSC) is the traveling competitive arm of Danville Area Soccer Association (DASA). VCSC provides a higher level of play against teams throughout central Illinois in league play for the Central Illinois Youth Soccer League www.ciysl.com

GOAL Safety:: "Ever wonder what those strange black boxes attached to the back of DSA goals are? Danville Area Soccer Association has taken the lead in goal safety for the last fourteen years, and each of our goals is locked and weighted to protect the safety of everybody involved with Danville Area Soccer. http://www.ilga.gov/legislation   http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/chi-ap-il-soccersafety,0,5562669.story

 

 Important Dates to Remember::

Field workdays: Saturday Aril 18 (9 am to 1 pm)

Regular Season Dates:  April 25 through June 6  (7weeks)

 

 

 

 

 

Board Meetings - Minutes

March 4 2014

February 24 2013

June 2 2011

DASA coaches meeting (2014)

DASA coaches meeting (2013)

DASA coaches meeting (2012)

DASA Sponsors

 

Contact Webmaster Adnan Abdelghani at adnan@DanvilleSoccer.org copyright © 2014 DASA.          DASA is not for profit corporation    

 

 

 

     

 

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