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Cheatham County Soccer Association

Cheatham County Soccer Association

Parents 101

Cheatham County Soccer Association is a league ran by volunteers and fueled by kids. As the knowledge of the league grows, we want the knowledge of the children and parents to grow. Here are a few links that might help you learn the new sport your child is playing. If you have any suggestions of things to add please email us at [email protected]

Understanding Soccer:
Parent Pocket Guide
Soccer Field, Soccer Positions and Offsides
US Soccer Recognize to Recover

Frequently Asked Questions

WHAT EQUIPMENT WILL MY CHILD NEED? 
Your registration fee includes a uniform shirt, shorts and socks for the fall season (the Mini Kickers program also includes shin guards and a ball).  Other equipment that each player will need:

  • SHINGUARDS - these are MANDATORY for a child to play in the games.  Players should also wear them to practice because they may be playing/scrimmaging at their practice sessions.
  • SOCCER CLEATS - players need to wear soccer cleats (NOT baseball or football cleats, which have a toe cleat).  
  • SOCCER BALL - players should have their own ball; U5-U8 need a SIZE #3 ball, U9-U12 need a SIZE #4 ball, U13-U14 need a size #5 ball.

Players shall not wear anything that could be dangerous to themselves or another player, including hard casts, watches, jewelry (including post earrings), hair clips, and eyeglasses with metal frames.  

WHEN AND WHERE ARE PRACTICES? 
A parent volunteer will coach your child’s team (if you volunteer to coach, you get to set the practice times and locations!).  The coach will contact you regarding practice times and locations.  Soccer is a team sport, and it is important for players to attend practices regularly.

WHERE WILL THE GAMES BE PLAYED? 
All games will be held at Riverbluff Park in Ashland City.

Enjoy the Game

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