United States Adult Soccer Association

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United States Adult Soccer Association
United States Adult Soccer Association.svg
Country United States
Confederation US Soccer
Founded 1995
Level on pyramid 4–13
Promotion to None
Relegation to None
Domestic cup(s) US Open Cup
National Amateur Cup
Website usadultsoccer.com

The United States Adult Soccer Association (USASA) is a national organization and sanctioning body for amateur soccer in the United States. It consists of 55 state organizations as well as regional and national leagues.

The USL's Premier Development League and the National Premier Soccer League are USASA-affiliated but are designed to promote a higher lever of competition than the state organizations. USASA also affiliates the Women's Premier Soccer League, one of the top women's leagues in the nation.

USASA has over 250,000 adult members within its leagues and teams.

Organization[edit]

State and local associations operate leagues under the umbrella of the USASA. The national organization is split into four regions:

Region I

Region II

Region III

Region IV

Affiliated Amateur Adult Leagues[edit]

For a list of USASA affiliated amateur adult leagues, see List of USASA affiliated leagues.

Competitions[edit]

Hank Steinbrecher Cup[edit]

In 2013, USASA held a competition to pit the champions of the different men's amateur competitions (USASA Open Cup, USASA Amateur Cup, NPSL, PDL) against each other for the title of "USA National Amateur Champions."

Year Winner Result Runner-up Third Place Result Fourth Place
2013 Carolina Dynamo 1-1 (3-2 PK's) LVU Sonic Croatian Eagles 3-1 Battery Park Gunners
2014 RWB Adria 1-0 Sonoma County Sol NXT Rayados Ocean City Nor'easters
2015 Chattanooga FC[1] 3-0 Michigan Bucks Maryland Bays NY Greek Americans
2016 Chicago Fire U23[2][3][4] 2-1 Chattanooga FC Quinto Elemento FC West Chester United

National Amateur Cup[edit]

USASA at the Lamar Hunt US Open Cup[edit]

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

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