An Overview of The New Jersey Girls Soccer Coaches Association
The New Jersey Girls Soccer Coaches Association was established in 1989 by a group of girl’s soccer coaches. At that time only 10 coaches were members but membership has grown to over 120 coaches who are devoted to advancing girls soccer.
The mission of the NJGSCA is to promote and strengthen development of girls’ high school soccer in New Jersey. The organization recognizes deserving female soccer players throughout the state, via selection by member coaches, to various levels of NJGSCA All-State teams. Since the inception of the NJGSCA they have recognized over 5,000 players on the state level.
How to Join The New Jersey Girls Soccer Coaches Association
To join, cleck the registration button on the website homepage.
Benefits of membership in the New Jersey Girls Soccer Coaches Association:
• Players are eligible for NJGSCA Sectional and State recognition as well as NSCAA Regional and National recognition
• Players are eligible for three categories of scholarship; academic, summer camp, leadership.
• As a member of NJGSCA coaches are automatically enrolled as members of the National Soccer Coaches Association of America which affords additional benefits.
Resources for The New Jersey Girls Soccer Coaches Association
47 Acadia Drive Voorhees, NJ