As the governing body representing U.S. Soccer in Vermont, the VSSA provides benefits including but not limited to support and insurance coverage for all affiliated leagues, their players, directors / officers and game sites.More Info
To receive and maximize all available affiliation benefits, players must register with the VSSA through the league within which they play. Registration with any VSSA affiliated league also carries over to other VSSA affiliated leagues.More Info
One of the key roles the VSSA plays is to provide Participant Accident Insurance for all VSSA affiliated league players. Should you be hurt or injured during a VSSA sanctioned game you are eligible to receive medical support and coverage.More Info
What you NEED to know about U.S. Soccer’s 2022 MAAPP policy, approved by the Center for SafeSport, is contained in the Safe Soccer Framework and can be found online here.Learn More
Interested in becoming a USSF/VSA certified (new, first time) referee in 2021? New information has been released.
Aug 5, 2021 -There have long been adult soccer leagues all over Vermont. On the men’s side of things, former college and youth club players have had the chance to continue playing against high level competition. But now the women are getting that same chance.