WHO WE ARE: SCSA is a non-profit association that organizes recreational soccer games for boys in the southeast Cincinnati area. The organization operates in a spirit of cooperation and willingness to help. Local parents volunteer their time as Board members, coaches, team organizers and field maintenance workers. Please sign up on our volunteers page or contact SCSA President Chris Hovde at 624-9345 if you would like to help strengthen our program.

WHERE WE LIVE: Players come from neighborhoods on Cincinnati’s East Side and surrounding suburbs, including Anderson Township, Amelia, Batavia, Union Township, New Richmond, Mt Washington and Northern Kentucky. Games are played on fields in Anderson Township and Union Township.

WHAT WE DO: Since its founding in 1974, SCSA has been providing boys with the opportunity to have fun, get exercise and learn teamwork by playing recreational soccer. We have over 100 teams in all ages, from kindergarten through high school. There are no try-outs, and you don’t need experience to join. In the younger age groups everyone is required to play half the game. Players are assigned to teams based on age and by neighborhood areas. Young players learn a simplified game using a smaller size field.

Below is a list of divisions for the 2018 Spring and Fall seasons.The range for the Fall season is 1998 through 2013.

Division Birth Year Season
Dribblers 2013 Spring & Fall
Trappers 2012 Spring & Fall
Shooters 2011 Spring* & Fall
Passers 2010 Spring* & Fall
Flyers 2009 Spring* & Fall
Wings 2008 Spring* & Fall
Strikers 2007 and 2006 Spring* & Fall
Kickers 2005 thru 2003 Spring & Fall
Minors 1999 thru 2002 Spring and Fall

OUR GOALS: Southeast Cincinnati Soccer Association believes soccer can help our children grow. The league strives to:

  1. Encourage all players to have fun while developing physical fitness
  2. Build good character through fair play and sportsmanship
  3. Promote equal opportunity for all players to participate
  4. Coach players with an emphasis on developing and improving soccer skills
  5. Grow the love of the game of soccer

We need coaches, especially for the Dribblers teams. You don’t need soccer experience to coach; we have workshops to help you learn how to guide young players to develop their skills and a set of games to use in practice. We need referees. Refs must be at least 12 years old and must pass a referee class. We also need referee assignors & player placement personnel. These jobs involve good organizational skills and access to a home computer.