United Soccer Association

USA Soccer is one of the longest standing leagues in the Tampa Bay and surrounding areas.  We are primarily a scheduling body, but our ultimate goal is to provide a rich, organized playing experience for players, coaches and parents alike. We hold true to our ideals of fair, equitable play for all and thank you for being part of a soccer experience that shapes our youth.

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Senior Boys Divisional Placement

Senior Girls Divisional Placement



• Oldest Soccer League in Tampa Bay – Celebrating 32 years.
• Member driven league – Rules decided by and voted on by member clubs.
• Seasoned, experienced USA Board Members to ensure decisions are in the best interest of the players and clubs.
• Average Registrations total 400 teams/season – most ages will
support robust playing season.
• U9’s and U10’s – Divisions based on geographic location to limit travel.
• U11’s and Up – Groupings provide balanced play.
• Use of USA Assignors to ensure fair play for all.
• Paid clerical staff whose primary job is to ensure that all games are scheduled, have referees and scores are posted.
• % of games unplayed is approximately 1%; over 2000 games scheduled per season.
• USA Soccer remains focused on organized, elegant, affordable play for ALL players.
• USA Soccer rewards all 1st place Premier teams by reimbursing entry fees for Cup games and provides the United Soccer Association Annual Grant to deserving high school seniors.
• The longevity of our league, proves that our model works – we are in the business of soccer, not the soccer business!



The United Soccer Association awarded the USA Soccer Grant (formerly known as the Joan Judd Grant) for the thirty second consecutive year, in the Spring of 2022. In the past 31 years, 671 grants totaling $411,750 have been awarded to high school Seniors. The purpose of these grants are to recognize outstanding young women and men of the community, who are USA league soccer players and who have plans to continue their education beyond high school.

On May 22, 2022 a celebration of their achievements was held at Maggiano’s, Tampa, followed by a presentation of awards.   Congratulations to all! 

Les Moore, USA VP of Senior Boys, Ashlyn Herzog*, Kris Guthrie

*Recipient of the Merritt Guthrie $2000 Memorial Grant

Not Pictured: 

Luke Nogues –   $2000 Mark Butcher Memorial Award









James Wyatt Cross*, Les Moore, USA VP of Senior Boys

*Recipient of the $3500 USA Grant

James Bowen, USA Board – Member at Large, Ashlyn Herzog, Kris Guthrie, James Wyatt Cross, Les Moore, USA VP of Senior Boys


Attn: All Premier/1st Division Winners (13’s and above)

If you participated in any State Tournaments (Commissioner’s Cup, State Cup or President’s Cup) you will be reimbursed for tournament entry fees.

Submit proof of participation and receipt for entry fees to: dynamozak@aol.com

Two more examples of why USA Soccer League is the league to be a part of! 


USA Soccer is still the only league operating in Region C, that is run entirely by its members –for its members.

USA Soccer intends to go back to segregating divisions by strength of teams to form the divisions –promotion -relegation just the same as the last 30 years.

While last year was a very difficult season indeed, USA Soccer’s unplayed matches were under 1 % of total matches played in the league.

We are aware that there are a plethora of ” leagues” to pick from –all of these leagues are operated by its owners; all can include or exclude any team from any Club —unlike our league model.

What our member managed league promises, is that if you play in the USA Soccer League, you will be part of a league that is well managed and professionally run. This includes scheduling to making sure that your teams will have an opponent with all players and coaches properly registered and all players age verified, with a certified center referee who is assigned by USA.


************************************************************************************************************                     TESTIMONIAL

            We have never met.  But, I am writing to you and the members of the Board about the upcoming Senior Season. I first want to say that I discovered recently that I am approaching my 10th year coaching competitive soccer for the Manatee Magic. In each of those years,  I have coached a team in the USA league.  So, upon recognizing this anniversary of sorts, it caused me to reflect on my experiences. The overriding, relevant reflection for our discussion is that I wanted to let you know just how much I appreciate the USA league and the consistent manner that it has run over the years I have been involved.  As clubs and people naturally are always looking for the greener grass and the next great thing to pitch to parents, the USA league in my opinion consistently puts the kids/players and the clubs at the forefront of it’s mission.  Frankly, you provide a quality product and you provide a welcoming place for even  very small clubs such as ours, to develop players and teams. So, again thank you because although I  am sure there are many chaotic moments behind the curtains, for the most part, folks should have little to complain about. And it is likely that there are some hard working people around there who don’t hear this enough.
      With that background, I wanted to share my appreciation and that of our players and parents for your efforts at trying to get this season going. The fact that you  have stepped up and perhaps stepped out of the crowd to set a stated goal of playing the season has provided much needed positivity to the lives of the teenagers and group that I coach. I can see the excitement in their play during our limited training sessions. I am aware of the recent delay.  I think , most reasonable minds realize the challenges that will come from doing anything in 2020.  It is tough business and I know that the Board has to wrestle with all kinds of issues related to the pandemic. The positive side is that at least we play outside, it is usually warm,  the players are young and the parents have choices on whether they feel safe about their kids playing soccer. Accordingly and hopefully, that helps us ultimately get on the field. I do not write any of this with any political leaning or bent. it seems impossible to hold an opinion without an implication of some position other than the one stated.   I simply wanted you and the Board to know that we appreciate your efforts to have a season. We hope the other Clubs are able to get their fields open and we hope they are also supportive.  So far, our parents are universally supportive of getting on the field while at the same time doing our best to follow recommended procedures. I know we have discussed having two volunteer field Marshall’s per game to ask parents to respect distancing and to support the ever more difficult jobs of referees as  an example.   If there is anything that I  can do to help other than providing this offer of support, please do not hesitate to reach out.

Brett Mcintosh,

Manatee Magic U17 B

Coach/ Manager

2021-2022  Senior & Junior Schedules

Responding to the Referee Problem

In response to the growing issue of training and retaining quality referees, the USA Executive Board has taken a hard look at the reason for the referee shortage.  Referees have cited concern for personal safety; inappropriate player, parent and spectator conduct and lack of respect as some of reasons for the referee shortage.  The following measures will be implemented for the upcoming season:

  1. Require member clubs to host referee training courses (new or refresher) once every three years,  to increase the referee pool.
  2. USA will offer several online MANDATORY training sessions, to educate referees on USA Bylaws, Rules and Regulations and appropriate game day procedures.   
  3. Require coaches to be responsible for parent and spectator behavior. (FYSA rule)
  4. Continue the Referee Mentoring program; Senior Referees will provide hands on observation and training to younger referees.
  5. Continue the use of the Referee Assessment Report; tool to provide feedback and follow up.
  6. Continue to utilize central Referee Assignors, to ensure fair and objective officiating at all USA league games.