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.