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BSA currently develops and supports soccer development programs for youth from age 4 through 18. BSA caters to families offering membership into the program. Families are required to volunteer time to assist the organization control costs and are able to participate in BSA activities via a fee based activities program. BSA currently offers programs and events to over 350 families in the area. We have over 400 youth playing at the competitive level on select soccer teams. We also have over 100 youth ages 5 through 8 participating in programs developing their soccer skills and training to enter competitive programs.

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BSA holds open tryouts and player evaluations annually in the late-May/early-June timeframe. From these appraisals, players are assigned to development appropriate teams for the season that runs July to June. These teams compete both locally and statewide in various leagues and across the Midwest region in weekend tournaments. BSA has also had numerous State Cup and President's Cup Champions and Finalists.

In addition to our competitive teams, BSA offers some of the best development training programs from our U6 and U7 Academy to our summer and winter training camps.

Click below to learn more about our in-season team placement process.

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The BSA soccer complex is located at 16750 210th Street, Scott County, Iowa, across from the John Deere Davenport Works facility. It consists of several soccer fields, a concession area with restrooms and a covered pavilion, as well as an education building.


Most of our training programs are operated out of our facility by our staff of professional coaches. BSA is known to operate the highest quality training and development programs for athletes of all ages.

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