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  • More | Impact Soccer

    Staff Directory Referees Sports Medicine Contact Us Staff Directory Name Title Email Shane Moore Executive Director Robert Roddie Girls Director of Coaching / Director of Operations Ross Keenan Boys Director of Coaching / Camps Director Fernando De Barros Technical Director / Marketing Director John Murnan Recreational Soccer Director Nicole Vinette Competitive Soccer Admin Noreen Courchene Recreational Soccer Admin Scott Craven School Academies Director / Academy Scheduler Wesley Lutz Academy Scheduler / College Pathways April Rogers Community Outreach Jason Bishop Middle School Director / DPA Director / Adult League Director Kim Bishop Public Relations Staff Dir Referees We are looking for referees and all NEW aspiring referees must be certified by US SOCCER before they can work. ​ To find more information about becoming a referee please contact Joe Todd at ​ Register for a Class Order Referee Gear Set Up GameOfficials Getting Started as a Soccer Referee 1. Get Certified To register for a class, go to the Georgia Soccer Referee website . Classes are offered multiple times during the year and are listed on the GA Referees website. ​ 2. Order Your Referee Gear New Referees – Get all your referee gear from our preferred provider, Soccer Post. ​ 3. Set up Your Availability in Game Officials Log in to the Game Officials website to update your availability and your bank account for direct deposit. ​ Metro Atlanta Soccer Referees Referees The Northside Hospital Sports Medicine Network The Northside Hospital Sports Medicine Network is a comprehensive program based entirely around the needs of athletes of all ages. Our multidisciplinary sports medicine providers, trained in pediatric and adult care, work together to customize plans of care for each individual based on his or her needs. The Northside Hospital Sports Medicine Network offers services encompassing the entire care continuum, focusing on keeping our athletes healthy and active with services that facilitate optimal performance. ​ Through preventive care, nutrition counseling, and corrective exercise, we help educate you to prevent injuries. If an injury or illness occurs, our experts use the latest evidence-based medicine, strengthening, and rehab techniques. If needed, minimally-invasive surgery, focusing on safely returning you to your sport as quickly as possible. ​ Under the careful direction of experienced sports medicine physicians, patients are guided through our multidisciplinary team of specialists, who treat more than just injuries but rather athletes as a whole. ​ CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE Sports Medicine Important Documents Team Managers​ Team Manager Guide Medical Release Form Blank Scorecard Importat Documents

  • Impact Soccer | Impact Soccer

    OPEN PROGRAMS WPSL/UPSL Camp (June 18-20) Fun & Skills Camp (July 8-12) 3v3 Tournament (July 20) Rangers FC Camp (July 22-26) 7-12 YO Camp (July 16-18) 4-6 YO Camp (July 8-10) Developmetal Pre-Academy BADGER CREEK PARK - MAP Recreational Soccer (Fall 2024) DPA Camp (Fall 2024) OPEN REGISTRATIONS Subscribe to the Impact newsletter • Don’t miss out! Email Join Thanks for subscribing!

  • Tournaments | Impact Soccer

    Impact Tournament Series Tournament Start Date End Date Location URL 3v3 Tournament 2024-07-20 20/07/2024 Badger Creek Park Impact Premier Cup 2024-11-16 17/11/2024 Badger Creek Park Showcase Atlanta 2024-12-14 15/12/2024 Lakepoint Sports Georgia Super Cup 2025-02-08 09/02/2025 Badger Creek Park Georgia Elite Cup 2025-05-10 11/05/2025 Badger Creek Park

  • Other Programs | Impact Soccer

    Camps & Clinics Goalkeeping School Academies Futsal Middle School League Adult League TOPSoccer Camps & Clinics Impact Soccer will offer several camps and clinics throughout the year. Our camp dates will be posted on this page as soon as they are set. Camps are highly encouraged for all the players that want to put work in during the off-season to continue their growth as soccer players. ​ All camps have different topics and work on different player development areas. We hope to see you at our camps during Summer time. ​ If you have any questions about camps, clinics, or events, please contact Ross Keenan at Camp Dates & Registration Camp Registration Link Start End Age Groups Cost 8-12 YO Camp June 11 June 13 8 to 12 year olds $75 UPSL/WPSL Camp June 18 June 20 2017-2009 $120 ($95 early bird) Atlanta United Camp June 24 June 28 ATL Website $250 Fun & Skills Camp July 8 July 12 2017-2009 $145 ($120 early bird) 4-6 YO Camp July 8 July 10 4 to 6 year olds $75 8-12 YO Camp July 16 July 18 8 to 12 year olds $75 3v3 Tournament July 20 July 20 2017-2006 $40 per player Rangers FC Camp July 22 July 26 2017-2005 $145 Fall Break Camp Sep 17 Sep 19 2017-2009 $90 ($70 early bird) Contact Us Camps Goalkeeping For all Georgia Impact players (Competitive Soccer), we provide weekly goalkeeping training as part of their developmental curriculum. Goalkeepers will have the chance to attend 2 weekly sessions on top of their regular team practices. Our goalkeeping training is led by Christina Wilson ( ) Riley Wildeman ( ) ​ For more information about our goalkeeping training, please contact our Goalkeeper coaches Christina or Riley. GKS School Academies Impact Soccer offers school academy programming for Schools inside Cherokee County. All programs are done after school and the program duration is typically 8 weeks per school. ​ Currently, we offer programming at Clark Creek, R.M. Moore, Lyndon Academy, and Hasty Elementary. To find out more information about our School Academies please contact Scott Craven at ​ ​ Contact Us School SE Futsal Impact Soccer offers Futsal programming throughout the season and during the winter. ​ To find out more information about futsal training please contact More Info & Registration Futsal TOPSoccer Impact Soccer has established a partnership with USYS TOPSoccer. ​ US Youth Soccer TOPSoccer (The Outreach Program for Soccer) is a recreational sports program for children and adults with intellectual, emotional, or physical disabilities offered only through local US Youth Soccer-affiliated soccer clubs. TOPSoccer provides people with diverse abilities an opportunity to play soccer in a structured environment that is safe, fun, supportive, and inclusive. ​ ​ Register Now! TOPSoccer Middle School Middle School League Impact Soccer offers a Middle School league during the Winter (November-December-January) All players from Cherokee County and surrounding counties are welcome to join. ​ Registration Fee $280 ​ Our Middle School Soccer league is where all different levels come together to represent their schools. Players try out to be placed on a team in a level division. The league consists of boys & girls Varsity and Junior Varsity teams. They play regular season and playoff games to determine the champion of each league. ​ If your player does not attend a school in Cherokee County or is private/charter/homeschooled, we will designate a team. The coaching staff brings different levels of expertise, from recreational to academy/select coaches. ​ Gameplay: Each half will consist of 30 minute time period with a 5-minute halftime break. Must have a minimum of 7 players to start a match. Games will start promptly. There will be no grace period for players arriving late. Players must have proper soccer attire to play. Shin-guards, Soccer Cleats, Team Jerseys are provided. We will follow FIFA guidelines on subs. Any dead ball you can sub. 3-points for a win 1-point for a tie 0 points for a loss ​ For more information please contact Jason Bishop at Middle School Schedules Contact Us Adult League Spring 24 Season Dates March 3, 10, 17, and 24 April 7, 14, 21, and 28 May 5, and 12 Spring Registration Summer 24 Season Dates June 2, 9, 16, 23 and 30th July 7, 14, 21 and 28th August 4th Summer Registration Fall 24 Season Dates September 8, 15, 22 and 29th October 6, 13, 20 and 27th November 3rd and 10th ​ Fall Registration C OST: $135 for a minimum of 8 games (depending on weather) and playoffs. $125.00 for team registr ation per player. (Minimum of 7 players for team registration) Payment Plans - available at checkout ! All games will be played at Badger Creek Park in a 8v8 format . Registration is done individually; players are assigned to a team in two ways: a player request or random placement. The season fee includes field rental and referee fees. Jerseys must be purchased through t he Impact Gear store. You must be 19 years of age to join the league. Practice: often (when there is enough desire), there will be informal ‘kick-arounds’ during the week for all league players who want extra play/activity time. Once you are registered and on a team, you can also play in games with other teams. Chances are you know someone or have friends on one of our teams. This is typically coordinated by your team captain. All teams have their personalities/characteristics. If you want to experience another team, you can request another one the following season. If you are new and have already registered, we welcome additional information about you and your preferences. If you know what team you want to be assigned to, please list it. If not, leave that blank. If you have played before and like playing a certain position, list that…it will help place you if you don’t have a team preference. Provide other info you would feel would help your placement. ​ Jerseys are required ($25) ​ For more information please contact Jason Bishop at Order your Jersey Schedule Rosters Rules Contact Us Adult League

  • New to the Club? | Impact Soccer

    Impact Soccer About the Club Player Pathway Training Programs Outreach Programs Coach with Us Team-Based Programs About the Club Cherokee Soccer Association is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization based in Canton/Woodstock, GA. Under the Cherokee Soccer Association (CSA) Umbrella, there are two branches - Cherokee Impact Soccer , which manages all Recreational Programs & Georgia Impact Soccer Club, which manages all Competitive Programs. ​ Through innovative soccer programming, player development opportunities, and a focus on coaching education, Cherokee & Georgia Impact create an environment for more than 2,000 players and 150 coaches to grow on and off the field. As one of the most prominent clubs in the area, Impact Soccer is proud to offer the following programs: Recreational, Academy, Select, National League, WPSL (Women's semi-professional soccer), and community outreach programs. Cherokee Impact Soccer Association and Georgia Impact Soccer Club strive to improve the quality of life for our players, families, and community through the game of soccer. ​ Keep scrolling down to find out more about our club! ​ We would love to have you join the Impact Family! Anchor 1 Player Pathway We place the highest value on individual player development and are proud to offer numerous programming options to ensure the best environment for development, regardless of level. Each and every program provides age and level-appropriate training to allow players to develop the technical mastery, game understanding, and physical training needed to grow and progress. Anchor 2 Team-Based Programs We place the highest value on individual player development and are proud to offer numerous programming options to ensure the best environment for development, regardless of level. Learn More Recreational Recreational soccer offers an introductory, fun playing environment for players of all skill levels between the ages of 4-19. Our recreational soccer program is one of the largest of its kind in the state. DPL Development Player League (DPL) is an elite-level, only-female league with a proven record of placing players in college and at the professional level. Teams train three times a week and attend two to three National Showcase events per year. Learn More National Premier League National Premier League (NPL) is a proven and nationally recognized elite soccer program that offers our top players the best training and development opportunities available in the country. Teams train three times a week and attend two to three National Showcase events per year. Learn More Select Our Select teams compete at the highest competitive level in Georgia Soccer, as well as in various elite leagues across the country. Coached by our professional and paid coaching staff, Classic teams train 2-3 times a week, compete in 8-10 League games, and will attend 1-3 tournaments throughout each season (Fall/Spring). Learn More Learn More Academy Georgia Impact's Academy provides the highest level of soccer for U9-U12 players. Academy Soccer is a 10-month program, players begin their season in August and conclude in May. Developmental Pre-Academy It prepares players to progress to the Academy level and beyond through our dedicated coaching staff that provides quality and age-appropriate instruction. DPA is the most competitive program offered for U8 players. Learn More Anchor 3 Training Programs We place the highest value on individual player development and are proud to offer numerous programming options to ensure the best environment for development, regardless of level. Goalkeeping Our Goalkeeping staff leads position-specific training for all goalkeepers involved in our competitive programs. All goalkeepers are provided with a minimum of one session per week in addition to their respective team training sessions during the season. Learn More Sprouts Or Sprouts staff leads age-appropriate activities for players from 2-4 years of age. All activities are fun-based and non-competitive in nature. This program is a great way to work on motor skills and basic soccer techniques. Learn More Camps & Clinics Impact Soccer camps are aimed at all players looking for a fun soccer experience or an introduction to the game while keeping engaged during breaks from school. Learn More Anchor 4 Anchor 5 Outreach Programs Impact Soccer is proud to offer several outreach & community-based programs, allowing for access to high-quality soccer programs for all. ​ School Academies Featuring 4 schools in Cherokee County, Impact Soccer is able to provide high-quality after-school soccer programming for children. Bringing soccer to the community, regardless of any barriers, is part of our mission. Learn More Middle School Soccer Impact Soccer organizes the only Middle School Soccer league in the Metro-ATL area, providing kids with high-quality soccer programming during the winter time. Learn More Coaching Opportunities We are always looking for talented and passionate individuals to coach in our various programs. If you are interested in learning more about what it means to be an Impact Coach or what coaching opportunities are available, click below! Learn More Anchor 6 Up

  • Competitive | Impact Soccer

    Competitive Soccer Academy Select NPL / DPL Tryouts Club Fees About the Program Academy Academy soccer is f or players U9-U12. Limited travel is required. Players from U9-U10 play 7v7 soccer. Players from U11-U12 play 9v9 soccer. Players U13 and older play 11v11 soccer. Learn more Select Select soccer is for players U13-U19. Traveling is required. The game format is 11v11 and travel and training commitments vary depending on the level of the team. Learn more DPL / NPL South Atlantic Premier League NPL/DPL are the higher levels offered by Georgia Impact. The girls will participate in the SouthEast Conference (DPL). The boys will participate in the South Atlanta Premier League (NPL) ​ Learn more Tryouts In order to play competitive soccer, all players must attend tryouts. No exceptions. Learn more All of our programs are hosted at Badger Creek Park for training. Academy Academy Academy Soccer prepares players to progress at the Select level and beyond through a dedicated coaching staff that provides quality, age-appropriate instruction at these key age groups. Academy is the most competitive program offered for U9 - U12 players. The focus is on the development of the individual player in a group setting, and a low coach-to-player ratio allows for consistent player support. Our Academy Program and coaches are led by Robert Roddie, Ross Keenan, Fernando De Barros, and Wesley Lutz, in close coordination with our coaching staff. Quick Facts: The most competitive program offered for U9 - U12 players. A low coach-to-player ratio allows for consistent player support. Goalkeeper training offered 2/week Focus on the development of the individual player in a group setting. Academy is a year-round program: fall, and spring. Fall (August to November) and Spring (February to May). Academy players train twice a week. 90 minutes for each training session. For more information, please contact: ​ Academy/Select Admin: Nicole Vinette ​ Boys Director: Ross Keenan ​ Girls Director: Robert Roddie ​ Technical Director: Fernando De Barros ​ Academy Director: Wesley Lutz Academy Schedule Select Select / SCCL Our Select teams compete at the highest competitive level within Georgia Soccer (USYS), as well as in various elite leagues across the country. Coached by our professional and paid coaching staff, Select teams train 2-3 times a week, compete in 8-10 League games, and will attend 1-2 tournaments throughout each season (Fall/Spring). Positions within the Select Program are year-long commitments for a 9-10 month season, August through May. Select teams that are U15 or older do not host any official practices from Dec-April due to Georgia High School season. Quick Facts: Program for players ages U13-U18 Teams are led by paid staff coaches Goalkeeper training offered 2/week Each age group will aim to have an Elite team and a Premier team. Elite teams train 3 times a week - Premier teams train 2 times a week For more information, please contact: ​ Academy/Select Admin: Nicole Vinette ​ Boys Director: Ross Keenan ​ Girls Director: Robert Roddie ​ Technical Director: Fernando De Barros National League DPL / NPL South Atlantic Premier League The US Youth Soccer National League provides the top league competition in USYS and is comprised of the following areas of competition: DPL (Girls): The league's mission is to develop the player and empower the person in a purposeful and memorable environment. The league's vision is to allow players to showcase their talent, discover collegiate opportunities, and create community around the game. The DPL is a standards-driven national league connected to the Girls Academy that will encourage clubs to compete and grow, maximizing the development of their players. Find out more here: ​ NPL/SAPL (Boys): NPL is a US Club soccer-affiliated league. Our teams will play under the South Atlanta Premier League Conference. The NPL will serve youth soccer by forming and collaborating with leagues, adopting the Player's First Philosophy, and supporting US Club Soccer's mission to foster the development of clubs. Find out more here: Quick Facts: The most competitive program offered for U13 - U19 players Girls participate in DPL Boys participate in NPL/SAPL ​ U13-U14 teams play also full seasons in the spring on top of high-level tournaments. ​ During the Spring, U15 teams play in the highest SCCL divisions and U15-U19 teams attend high-level tournaments and College Showcases. For more information, please contact: ​ Academy/Select Admin: Nicole Vinette ​ Boys Director: Ross Keenan ​ Girls Director: Robert Roddie ​ Technical Director: Fernando De Barros Tryouts Tryouts All players wanting to participate in Competitive Soccer must attend tryouts. All tryouts are held at Badger Creek Park unless otherwise indicated. Players are welcome to sign up online or to sign-up on-site upon arrival. ​ All tryout evaluations are done by our coaching staff, and tryout decisions will be made within 48 hours from the last day of tryouts. ​ Tryouts are held during the Summer (Late May- Early June) and during the MidSeason (January) For more information, please contact: ​ Club Admin: Nicole Vinette Important Dates: ​ 2024 /25 Academy Bo ys & Girls Tryouts ​ May 20, 21, 22 (All 3 days) 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM (2018, 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014) 7 :15 PM - 8:45 PM (2013, 2012, 2011) 2025 /26 Select Boys & Girls Tryouts​ May 28, 29, 30 (All 3 days) 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM (2010, 2009) 7:15 PM - 8:45 PM (2008, 2007, 2006 ) 2024-2025 TRYOUTS Club Fees Club Fees Club fees 2024-2025 CLICK HERE To apply for financial aid, please submit THIS FORM and send your completed application to finance ​ To submit a FINANCIAL AID Application you must wait until the week of TRYOUTS for your corresponding age group. ​ 2015 - 2011 - May 23rd 2010 - 2005 - May 30th

  • Recreational | Impact Soccer

    Recreational Soccer Ages & Formats Important Dates Volunteer to Coach Club Fees Contact Us FAQs About the Program Recreational Soccer It offers an introductory, fun playing environment for players of all skill levels between the ages of 4 and 18. ​ Developmental Pre-Academy (DPA) This program prepares players to progress to the Academy level and beyond through our dedicated coaching staff that provides quality and age-appropriate instruction. DPA is the most competitive program offered for U8 Players . Sprouts Offers an introductory, age-appropriate environment that introduces soccer motor skills and fun games for 2-4-year-olds . Six weeks- 45-55 min sessions. Fall 2024 registration will open at the beginning of August. ​ All of our programs use Badger Creek Park for training and games. ​ For pricing, scroll down to the Fees Section. Quick Facts: Recreational Soccer is offered in both, Fall (Aug-Nov) and Spring (Feb-May) Teams are led by volunteer coaches​ DPA is our recommended program to prepare your player for Academy Soccer (U7-U8) Sprouts is offered in both, Fall & Spring Recreational Soccer Registration Pre-Academy (DPA) Registration Sprouts Registration Recreational Schedules Fall 2024 DPA Camp Anchor 1 Important Dates Fall 2024 Recreational Soccer June 3rd - Registration Opens July 15th - Late Registration Begins July 31st - Registration Closes August 6th - Coaches meeting August 12th - First week of Practice August 24th - First games of the season August 31st - No Games Labor Day September 14th and 21st - No Games Fall Break October 12th - Picture Day November 2nd - Last Game of the Season Fall 2024 Developmental Pre-Academy June 3rd - Registration Opens August 5th - First Practice August 24th - First games of the season August 31st - No Games Labor Day September 14th and 21st - No Games Fall Break October 12th - Picture Day November 12th - Last Game of the Season ​ ​ Order your Uniform Anchor 2 Volunteer to Coach Our coaches are parents, players, former players, family members, and friends of the community looking to provide a fun and active experience in the game of soccer. Our goal at CSA Impact is to create a fun and nurturing environment for our players to develop their love for the game and create lasting friendships and a lifetime of memories. To volunteer to coach, please contact ​ Noreen Courchene (Admin) ​ John Murnan (Director) Contact Us Anchor 3 Fees 2024/2025 **All fees are per season.​ ​ Description Age Group Program Fee Uniform Fee Sprouts 2 - 4 year olds $120 - Recreational Soccer U4/U5 (2020-2021) $175 $50 Developmental Pre-Academy U8 (2017-2019) $450 $95 Recreational Soccer U17-U19 (2008-2006) $295 $95 Recreational Soccer U16 (2010-2009) $285 $95 Recreational Soccer U14 (2011-2012) $275 $95 Recreational Soccer U12 (2013-2014) $270 $95 Recreational Soccer U10 (2015-2016) $255 $95 Recreational Soccer U8 (2017-2018) $245 $95 Recreational Soccer U6 (2019) $185 $50 Contact Us Anchor 4

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  • Club | Impact Soccer

    Mission Employment Opportunities Sponsors Abuse Prevention College Recruiting Financial Aid Policies Code of Conduct Mission The mission of the Cherokee Soccer Association is to provide positive, high-quality soccer programming at all levels of play for youth and their families. ​ The ultimate goal is to provide the players with the necessary tools to achieve the highest level of technical, tactical, physical, and mental development. Mission College Recruiting All of our players will receive college recruiting guidance and preparation from U15-U19. We will be covering the following areas: ​ College ID Camps - REGISTER HERE College Showcases How to reach out to schools? Testing (ACTs, SATs) Video Highlight Reels Among many others If you have any questions about college recruiting opportunities, please contact Wesley Lutz at ​ Impact also hosts College ID Camps and our very own Atlanta College Showcase Tournament College Employment Opportunities If you are interested in Coaching with Impact, please view the corresponding Program information below. The availability of coaching positions is dependent on the season and program. ​ Please contact us to become a coach: Recreational Coach (U5-U19) - Volunteer Basis Academy Coach (U9-U12) - Paid Select Coach (U13-U19) - Paid ​ Other open positions: N/A Employment Financial Aid Financial Aid opportunities are available. To apply for financial aid and find out more about our financial aid program, please get in touch with our Financial Department at ​ ​ Financial Sponsors Thanks to all sponsors that form part of the Impact Family​ Sponsors Policies Abuse Prevention Policy CSA has zero tolerance for abuse in all ages, programs, and club activities. It is the responsibility of every coach, volunteer, parent, and player to participate in the effort to create a safe environment for all sports participants. Coach Code of Conduct All members of the CSA coaching staff are role models and ambassadors for the Club and are held to expectations that reflect the values of our organization. Concussion Policy If an athlete is suspected to have a concussion, either observed by a coach, parent, referee, or another player, he/she is to be removed from the game or practice and assessed for a possible concussion. COVID-19 Return to Play Protocol Our highest priority remains to provide soccer opportunities in a safe environment. These policies outline the increased responsibilities we will need to undertake to ensure all our participants can continue to play. Financial Aid CSA offers financial aid to those players from families that demonstrate a clear financial need. Fundraising Policy The following are guidelines that CSA has put in place for any team fundraising efforts. Insurance Policy CSA players, coaches, and assistant coaches are covered by accident insurance during each season at scheduled practices and games. Parent Code of Conduct CSA believes that the attitude shown by parents toward the coaches, the referees, fellow parents, and the opposing players is of paramount importance, and we expect the highest standards of courtesy, sportsmanship, and positive behavior among our parents, players, and families at all times. Pet Policy No pets (e.g., dogs, cats, or other leashed animals) are allowed at any CSA-owned or operated facility used for practices, games, and/or tournaments (except for a documented service animal). Player Code of Conduct Acceptance of membership by CSA is a privilege that carries certain responsibilities. As a CSA player, you are representing our club at all times. Refund Policy Acceptance or registration on a CSA team confirms a player’s commitment to the team, the Club, and the fees associated with membership for a full year or season depending on the program. CSA will review requests for an adjustment to Club Fees in the case of a significant injury or relocation. Social Media Policy This policy is for any individual who chooses to associate him/herself with CSA through social media either through an approved team account, a personal account, or other means. Weather Policy Player safety on and off the field is our priority, and we use a catalog of resources to help inform our decisions to adapt to weather changes, suspend, and/or cancel when needed. Policies Abuse Prevention We take all reports very seriously and are committed to creating a safe environment for our players, families, volunteers, and staff. ​ Overview CSA is committed to providing a safe environment for all players and preventing abusive conduct in any form. CSA has zero tolerance for abuse in all ages, programs, and club activities. It is the responsibility of every coach, volunteer, parent, and player to participate in the collaborative effort to ensure our athletes are protected while enjoying the game they love. Providing that environment requires all of us to be educated on best practices and prevention strategies and act when the time comes to report suspicious behavior. Prevention CSA has implemented several policies to help protect our players' environment. Our Athlete and Participant Safety Policies address several areas listed where coaches, families, and athletes can reduce the risk of inappropriate interactions, including: One-on-One Interactions and Meetings Social Media and Electronic Communications Team Travel Massages and Rubdowns Locker Rooms, Rest Rooms, and Changing Areas Reporting Requirements ​ If you wish to report an incident of child abuse or misconduct, please email ​ Education All CSA Coaches and Team Managers are required to complete the SafeSport Trained Core Course, which covers Sexual Misconduct Awareness, Mandatory Reporting, and Physical and Emotional Misconduct. Each year, Coaches and Team Managers will complete SafeSport Refresher Courses to remain current with the latest information on preventing misconduct and creating a positive sports environment. SafeSport also offers free courses and toolkits for parents and athletes and serves as an introduction to creating a welcoming environment in sports, identifying misconduct when it happens, and taking action to protect our athletes. Courses are age specific and can be found using the links below. ​ Free Parent Toolkits For Parents of Preschool Children For Parents of School-Age Children For Parents of Middle School Youth For Parents of High School Aged Adolescents Parent Toolkit – All Ages Free Online Courses SafeSport for Athletes (Ages 5-12) SafeSport for Athletes (13+) SafeSport - Coaching Athletes With Disabilities SafeSport for Volunteers Not Regularly Working With Athletes Parent’s Guide to Misconduct in Sport Abuse Prevention Code of Conduct The safety, welfare, and well-being of our youth players are the primary concern and responsibility of the Cherokee Soccer Association and all its programs. All members, employees, volunteers, and contractors acting as a representative of or on behalf of CSA, in the course of doing business with CSA, or attending a CSA event will adhere to the following: All children will be equally treated with respect regardless of sex, race, religion, and culture. Children will not be touched in ways that make them feel uncomfortable, and their right to say no will be respected. At no time during a CSA game, practice or other CSA event will any employee, volunteer, or contractor be alone with a single child where they cannot be observed by others. Children will not be left unsupervised Children will not be dropped off and left at any field before that child is under adult supervision. Coaches/team personnel will not leave any child unsupervised until the child is picked up. Any type of abuse will not be tolerated and may be cause for immediate dismissal. No player will ever be subjected to: Physical abuse - including but not limited to striking, spanking, shaking and slapping. Verbal abuse - including but not limited to humiliation, degrading comments, and threats. Sexual abuse - including but not limited to inappropriate sexual touching or exposure or conduct which created a sexually hostile environment. Mental abuse - including but not limited to shaming, cruelty, or neglect such as withholding food, water, basic care, etc. The use of positive techniques of guidance is encouraged, including redirection, positive reinforcement, and encouragement rather than comparison and criticism. Staff, volunteer coaches, and team officials will have age-appropriate expectations and set up guidelines and environments that minimize the need for discipline. Physical restraint will be used only when necessary to protect the child or other children from harm. When physical restraint is administered, the situation must be immediately documented in writing to the CSA CEO. The use, possession, or being under the influence of alcohol or illegal drugs immediately before and during CSA events involving CSA players is prohibited. Employees, volunteers, and contractors may be subject to drug screening. Intimate displays of affection will be refrained from. Smoking or the use of tobacco is prohibited. The use of profanity in the presence of CSA players is prohibited. Inappropriate jokes and sharing intimate details of one's personal life are prohibited. Social Networking between adults and individual CSA Players is discouraged. Electronic and phone communications with CSA players should be limited to soccer-specific topics. Code of Conduct

  • Alumni | Impact Soccer

    Alumni Georgia Impact ha producido muchos alumnos notables. Los jugadores han pasado a jugar para universidades como Wake Forest, Clemson, Kentucky, Georgia, Alabama y UAB, solo por nombrar algunas. Algunos de nuestros jugadores fueron seleccionados por la Major League Soccer, como Mark Bloom, exjugador de Atlanta United. Varios jugadores pasaron a jugar fútbol profesional en Europa y también tuvimos a varios en las Selecciones Nacionales Juveniles de EE. UU. Testimonios recientes "El entrenador Alex me dio una nueva perspectiva sobre cómo analizar el juego y jugar más relacionado con el nivel profesional" - Wessly Soronellas "He aprendido mucho estando en Impact a pesar de las dudas sobre mí como jugador de Athena D cuando probé para Impact. Estoy extremadamente bendecido de haberlo hecho. Todos los entrenadores y jugadores de Impact me empujaron a dar forma al tipo de jugador que soy. hoy. Ahora continúo mi carrera futbolística en la Universidad Reinhardt ". - Ashley Frye "Impact realmente se sintió como una familia, los grupos de edad estaban familiarizados entre sí y no solo su entrenador en jefe sino otros entrenadores sabían quién era usted" -Juan Nabor "Jugar en Georgia Impact, realmente facilitó mi transición del fútbol de clubes a la etapa universitaria" -Andrew Killeen Graduados de Impacto Clase de 2018 Isabel Gutiérrez Universidad Furman - NCAA DI Kaleigh Killeen Universidad del Sur de Mississippi - NCAA DI Oliva Durham Universidad del Sur de Mississippi - NCAA DI Catriona Michel Universidad de West Georgia - NCAA DII Katie Newton - Universidad de Lander - NCAA DII Jana Magee Universidad de Lander - NCAA DII Emily Feyerabend Universidad de Anderson - NCAA DII Taylor Campbell Universidad de Anderson - NCAA DII Hannah Morrone Universidad del suroeste de Georgia - NCAA DII Tess Aubrey Young Harris College - NCAA DII Macy Werner North Central College - NCAA DIII Paulina Ortega Universidad Life - NAIA Aylin Lopez Universidad Life - NAIA Sydney Smith Universidad Life - NAIA Sydney Martínez Sur de Florida NCAA DI Clase de 2019 Katey Derkay Universidad de Georgia del Norte - NCAA DII Hannah Behner Joven Harris NCAA DII Bailey Wiernusz Universidad de Georgia del Norte - NCAA DII Logan Vermaas Universidad de Georgia del Norte - NCAA DII Sofía Macmurdo Lynn College NCAA DII Katelynn James Universidad de Oglethorpe - NCAA DIII Taylor Whiteside Universidad de Oglethorpe - NCAA DIII Castillo de Morgan Joven Harris NCAA DII Génesis Joven Harris NCAA DII Lynette Chege Clayton State NCAA DII Clase de 2020 Nicole Gómez Universidad de Georgia del Norte - NCAA DII Rhyan Connolly ETSU NCAA DI AverI Whalraven NCAA DI del norte de Florida Laney Stevenson Daytona State JC Lidia Herrera Universidad Reinhardt - NAIA COMPROMETIDO 2021 Elena Gutiérrez Universidad Furman - NCAA DI Emma Williams Universidad Reinhardt - NAIA Jadeynn Campbell Joven Harris NCAA DII Alex Pace Universidad de Oglethorpe - NCAA DIII Maggie Bradley Yale - NCAA DI Sydney Jones Truett McConnell - NAIA Ashley Frye Universidad Reinhardt - NAIA Madison tembló Instituto Militar de Virginia - NCCA D1 Clase de 2016-2017 Wessly Soronellas Reinhardt U./Life U. Juan Nabor Kings College / Life University Andrew Killeen Universidad Life Matt Shamoun Colegio Militar de Georgia Mauro Delacruz Universidad Life Hector guerrero Universidad Life Dakota Stewart Universidad Life Hannah Farmer Colegio de Charleston Romualdo Espinosa Universidad de las Highlands de Georgia

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