CULPEPER SOCCER CLUB ONE CLUB ONE CULTURE

About Us

Culpeper Soccer Club (CSC) provides Culpeper VA and surrounding communities with youth Recreational Soccer, TOPS, Travel Soccer, and Futsal. CSC features year-round soccer programming in the form of league play, indoor play, and summer camp options.

Our Timeline

 

1984 – Culpeper Soccer Association (CSA) begins with just 2 recreation teams.

 

1986 – The travel program starts with one team.

 

2004 – CSA starts an All-Star program.

 

2004 – CSA adds a U5 division.

 

2005 – The Culpeper Soccer Association forms the Culpeper Comets Travel Council to oversee and advance the CSA travel program.  Until 2005, there were 8 travel teams acting as individual units, some wearing black and red, some wearing blue and yellow.

 

2006 – Culpeper Sports Complex opens with 6 full size Bermuda grass fields and becomes the location for all CSA home games.

 

2006 – CSA adds an inclusive TOPS program for children with special needs.

 

2007 – CSA adds an end of season Classic recreation tournament.

 

2007 – CSA receives 501c3 status.

 

2008 – CSA hires the club’s first part time Technical Director to help build the travel program. The first open tryouts are held for all ages and 3 new teams are added.

 

2010 – CSA takes the next step and hires a full time Technical Director to help advance all teams within the club. 

 

2010 – CSA adds an adult league to the club.

 

2010 – First year for the Annual Culpeper Comets Scrimmage fest.

 

2011 – CSA institutes a U8 Advanced Development Program (ADP) to provide advanced training by travel coaches to recreational players.

 

2012 – CSA creates a U4 introduction to soccer program.

 

2012 – CSA adds an Academy program for U9 and U10 players to provide a bridge between the recreation and travel programs. A Director of Development was hired to provide guidance to this program.

 

2012 – CSA drops the U16 recreation division and adds U14 and U18 (High School) divisions. CSA now has a program for all players from U4 and up.
 

2013 – The club adds a U10 ADP to provide advanced training to more recreational players. 
 

2013 – CSA expands its staff to include an Executive Director and Goalkeeper Trainer.

 

2015 – CSA changes it's name to Culpeper Soccer Club.

 

2018 – CSC has grown into a club that offers recreation youth programs from U4–U18, an Academy program for U8-U10, Travel programs for U11-U19, and a TOPS program. The club currently has more than 100 teams at all levels of competition fielding over 1000 boys and girls.

2018 – CSC now has a volunteer Board of Directors, a full-time Technical Director, a full time Director of Coaching and Player Development, and part-time employees consisting of an Office Manager, Recreation Coordinator, U4 Coordinator, and Bookkeeper.