Buckeye Soccer Association

"You can't score a goal if you don't take the shot."

-Alex Morgan

Referees Needed!

By buckeyesoccer | December 27, 2021 |

PLEASE SHARE!   Refereeing can open a lot of doors (not just in your local community), helps you learn the rules of the game, has a professional career pathway if interested in pursuing, and is a great high school/college job. There is a high demand for referees – you’ll never be short of work!  …

Next Board Meeting

By buckeyesoccer | October 14, 2021 |

Our next BSA board meeting will take place on Wednesday, Jan. 11 at 7pm in the Buckeye Library Community Room on Wolff Road.

Field Closures

By buckeyesoccer | April 24, 2021 |

When fields are closed by Buckeye Soccer Association due to poor conditions, coaches can still decide to hold practices at another location. Coaches will be responsible for communicating with parents. Thank you for understanding!

Buckeye Soccer Association is a proud partner of Puma


Rec Registration Open NOW

Open BSA Board Positions

BSA is a non-profit volunteer organization. We has 2 available positions on the board that need to be filled. The positions include:

  • U10-U15 Rec Director
  • Director of Communications

A description of the positions can be found at https://www.buckeyesoccer.org/bylaws/. If you are interested in one of this position, please contact our president, Chris Pronik at soccer@buckeyesoccer.org. Please include in your email why you are considering stepping up and what you expect out of the position.

Referee Training Opportunity

Dear Buckeye Community,

I am a US soccer referee assignor for youth soccer games within your community.

I am reaching out to all of you in an effort to help generate a new group of referees to help us curb the declining referee numbers we have seen in our referee pools over the past few years.

In addition to getting paid to help the game they love other benefits to becoming a referee include
1) gaining a better understanding of the game.
2) providing an opportunity to give back to the game
3) setting your own schedule
4) opportunity to watch/participate in many more games than would be possible as a player
5) opportunity to continue your drive to improve.

Right now all training can be completed online. So new referees will be ready to go in the spring when the season starts.

Registration for New Grassroots clinics can be completed at  https://learning.ussoccer.com

For more information on clinics and how to get games you can reach out to me via email refdadmedina@gmail.com

I hope that all will see fit to share this info to help replace the referees in your school districts.

Thank you very much,
Jonathan Handwerk

You Got to Beat the Best to Be the Best

The Buckeye travel soccer programs are members of the Ohio Travel Soccer League. The OHTSL is a competitive travel soccer league designed to prepare boys and girls for high school soccer in a fun but competitive manner.

For ages 3 - 14, our soccer camps help younger players develop foot skills while having fun to build confidence in their game.


Improve Your Skills

Skills and drills to help improve your game

From beginner to intermediate to advanced, we will update our webpage with videos that will help improve your soccer skills.  Look for this page to be updated with dribbling, passing, and shooting drills from the Buckeye High School coaches.

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Spring Registration Opens Up Feb. 1


BSA President

Chris Pronik