What Is TopSoccer?
TOPSoccer (The Outreach Program for Soccer) is a community based soccer program that is designed to meet the needs of children with physical and/or mental disabilities.
Player participation and development are key elements of the program as players are placed on teams according to ability and NOT by age.
TOPSoccer is designed to improve the overall fitness, self esteem and social skills of your child.
United Soccer Alliance is offering TOPSoccer in our community and is providing a professional staff to assist with conducting each session along with other area volunteers. It is fully supported by the Florida Youth Soccer Association (FYSA) and US Youth Soccer TOPsoccer.
Become A TOPSoccer Buddy
We are welcoming volunteer buddies for our Topsoccer program!
At the start of each season the Buddy Meeting will give information of the upcoming season.
If you want to become a TOPsoccer Buddy- please fill out this initial form. The office will then generate a formal application that you will in a few office days receive via email from GotSoccer.com with further instructions.
TOPsoccer Buddies must be 14 years of age or older to volunteer.
United Soccer Alliance is pleased to offer this program at no cost to all participants and volunteers. We will be providing a uniform jersey to all of our players. Players from age 4 and up are welcome to participate. Please register at the bottom of this page and share this information with family and friends that may be interested in TOPSoccer. TOPSoccer is a great way to get some exercise, meet new people, and have a great time.
For more information or assistance with registering, call (904) 891-4459.
December 3 – 17, 2022
January 7 – February 4, 2023
Eagle Harbor Soccer complex
4387 Lakeshore Drive (off CR 220)
Fleming Island, FL 32003
Players are required to wear either approved soccer cleats (no metal studs) or sneakers. Each player must wear shin guards. In addition to the required equipment, each TOPSoccer participant must have a letter from their physician or medical authority stating that they are allowed to participate.