Here at U.S. Amateur Cup Soccer we strive to be the media center for amateur soccer and the amateur cups. That said we use a number of resources online to research, sort and catalog much of what we do.
You may have visited the Resources page here at uscupsoccer.co or perused the Cup History sections or maybe you subscribe to our twitter lists. Today, however we want to share with you some other more specific places that USASA, its regions, states, leagues, clubs and competitions have provided online.
UNITED STATES SOCCER FEDERATION – www.ussoccer.com
- Organizational Structure – Most of the federation website is dedicated to the national team programs but searching the deeper pages will find useful information like this page listing the governing bodies and the national affiliates including links to each respective site.
- Adult Council Adult Council – USASA is the Adult Council member of US Soccer. This page is available with information about the other councils and members under “affiliates.”
- History – This page includes information and further pages about the history of US soccer including awards, events hosted, and a timeline.
- SOCIAL MEDIA:
UNITED STATES ADULT SOCCER ASSOCIATION – www.usadultsoccer.com
- About – The about tab is the home of all information about the mission, structure, calendar, and administration of USASA.
- Events – The events tab is where you will find information about the Amateur Cup, the Steinbrecher Cup, other competitions and various meetings the association holds.
- Members – The members tab is your navigation guide to the state associations, the 4 regions, the national affiliates, and the premier amateur leagues.
- Merchandise– The merchandise tab will take you to a dedicated online store for USASA apparel for purchase.
- SOCIAL MEDIA:
- USASA REGION I – www.usasaregion1.com
- USASA REGION II – www.usasaregion2.com
- USASA REGION III – www.usasaregion3.com
- USASA REGION IV – www.usasaregion4.com
- ELITE AMATEUR LEAGUES – website
These are just some of the official places that you can go for information about soccer in the United States with the amateur game in mind. We encourage you to do your own research and find out as much as you can. As always if you find something interesting or have a question or comment, let us know below!