About Us


The Cape Coral Soccer Association is comprised of Select, Academy, Recreation All-Stars, Lollipop and Recreation Teams for Boys & Girls ages 4 to 18. The CCSA is guided by an Executive and Administrative Board of Directors. The CCSA employs a full-time Director of Soccer Operations who leads the development of our soccer programs.


The Select Program (CYCLONES) is under the guidance and curriculum of our full-time Director of Soccer Operations and consists of Professional and Parent Coaches, as well as Professional Trainers all Licensed by the United States Soccer Federation or the National Soccer Coaches Association of America. The CCSA has 25 Select Teams.


The Recreational Program is led by all volunteer coaches under the guidance and curriculum of our full-time Director of Soccer Operations. The CCSA is Southwest Florida’s Largest and Florida Youth Soccer Association’s 4TH Largest Youth Soccer Club. Our Recreational Program consists of over 200 Teams.


To better serve the special needs of our community the CCSA has launched the TOPSoccer program which provides training and structured games to children with mental or physical disabilities.

Our Mission

The Cape Coral Soccer Association (CCSA) is a non-profit, educational organization whose mission is to foster the physical, mental, and emotional growth and development of Cape Coral’s youth through the sport of soccer at all ages and levels of competition. Our goal is to provide a safe, structured, and fair environment in which young players can have FUN playing and learning the game of soccer. We also hope to nurture and develop a lifelong passion for the sport as well.

Our Philosophy

The philosophy for the Cape Coral Soccer Association is to help players develop a love of soccer and to help each player reach their individual goal in the sport. The major focus of our recreational program is to provide a safe and enjoyable soccer environment. The most important objective of the recreational program is for the kids to have FUN. Our goal is at the end of each season all players will want to continue to play this sport. The competitive program is there to grow our players that have passion, desire and potential to play at a higher level. These players will become our local middle school and high school players as well as state ODP, College and maybe even a professional. These players will learn life lessons through the sport of soccer. This includes learning to overcome individual and team adversities. The overriding philosophy for our competitive players is team and individual development. Our goal is to compete as teams at the highest level in the State and Region. And at the same time allow each player to reach their full individual potential, while making lifelong friendships.