Welcome to the Florida Soccer Alliance
1900 Seminole Soccer Loop - Sanford, FL 32771
Phone 407-321-5264 Fax 407-321-6192
Florida Soccer Alliance, Inc. is a not-for-profit charitable organization, which provides a soccer venue for the youths of Seminole, Orange, Volusia, Lake and surrounding counties. This venue is a 40-acre tract located in NorthwestSeminole County and is owned and operated by the Club. The Club receives no government funding. All revenues are generated through the registration of players, operations of the Club and charitable donations from the community.
The Club dates its beginning to 1970 when a group of soccer enthusiasts banded together to form a youth soccer league. In 1974, this group raised private donations to buy a 40-acre tract of land in rural Seminole County . Though additional fund-raising by the club members, three soccer pads were developed on the west side of the complex and play began at the Seminole Soccer Club.
In 1980, the Seminole Soccer Club, Inc. was incorporated and the first official Board of Directors was elected. Soon the Club was able to borrow a small sum of money and develop the rest of the property. Today, the Club has 12 full size soccer pads, which accommodate a number of various sized fields. Players from age Under 5 to Under 18 make up Florida Soccer Alliance and play recreational and competitive soccer. Annually, the Club hosts nearly 2,000 games and have over 80,000 people come through the gates. In 2007, in conjunction with only 8 tournament events, the Club was responsible for filling over 4,400 hotel rooms locally from visiting teams and officials.
For the fall 2007 season, the Club had approximately 1,100 players on its various teams with an increase in our spring 2008 Season. Visibility of the Florida Soccer Alliance Program via new programs at the Club; availability of on-line registration. Professional full time coaching staff, visibility of FSA unequivocal facilities and programs which include specialized training for goalkeeping, speed, strength and agility.
Significant changes coming in 2009 include: a new technical training coordinator, increased communication and marketing with an emphasis on involving all of our members and the club, new programs as well as a new and improved website, on-line shopping and a designated spot to highlight all of the companies which have graciously sponsored Florida Soccer Alliance and our soccer families.