Another great tournament weekend! The U12G USA Red won the gold division championship at the Cherry Capitol Cup in Traverse City on May 16-17. The girls went undefeated against some tough competition, outscoring their opponents 15 to 2.
USA Soccer takes 1st place and brings home the hardware! Outstanding Performance by our U14 Boys Elite Team at the Kalamazoo Crusader Cup April 24-26.
We also Congratulate our U11 Boys Division I Team for taking 1st place at the Kalamazoo Cusader Cup April 24-26. Great Work!

Save These Dates for Summer


For planning purposes note the following dates:


  • Boys tryouts - Monday, June 15, 2015 (rain date - Wednesday, June 17) @ Helder Park
  • Girls tryouts - Tuesday, June 16, 2015 (rain date - Thursday, June 18) @ Helder Park
  • Individual commitments - Wednesday, June 17
  • Individual Registration Night - Thursday, June 25th (mandatory for players selected to teams).
  • Hope Soccer Day Camps - June 15-19 & June 22-26 @ Hope College Soccer Complex
  • Hope Soccer Elite Camps - July 5-9 & July 12-16 @ Hope College Soccer Complex
  • Demarcus Beasley National Soccer School - July 13-17 @ The Soccer Stop Sportsplex



Practices for all spring USA teams start the week of March 30th.  The final practice schedules/field assignments and field layouts can be found on our Practice Information page.


Field layouts for our home games and practices at Helder Park can be viewed and downloaded from our Practice Information page and Game Information pages.


Games start the weekend of April 18th.  Game infomation (dates, times, and locations) are posted on the GVSA website at www.gvsoccer.org.  Additional information can be found on our Game Information page.


If you have specific questions please talk with your coach for details or email the Club at info@usasoccerholland.com

Have a great season.

Respect Campaign - Club Code of Conduct

For years, the USA Club has functioned under a Code of Conduct for our players, coaches, AND families.  Now, as an extension of the RESPECT Campaign initiated in the European professional soccer ranks and recently adopted by our league, we have extended our code to include the League's Codes of Conduct ... AND we now require each coach, player, and family to read, understand, and sign-off on the codes (and they are maintained by the Club for reference if needed).


To this end, follow this RESPECT link to read and download the Codes of Conduct underwhich we play.  There is one for coaches, another for players, and a third for families.  If you have not done so, please download, read, sign and submit the appropriate document(s) to our Club Registrar at registrar@usasoccerholland.com .

Concussion Awareness

The USA Soccer Club strives to put the well-being of our players above all else.  In keeping with the state and federal Heads-Up Concussion Awareness Program, our Club has developed a process for coaches and parents to follow in the event of a potential concussive head injury.


Follow this CONCUSSION link to our page containing concussion awareness and management materials.


Our mission is to provide high quality, high competition, affordable soccer to area youth with the guiding principle of: In the best interests of the kids.  In keeping with that mission, we strive to maximize access to club-level soccer to area players.  While focusing on building individual and team soccer skills and performance we maintain a constant eye on building complete athlete citizens.  An underlying concentration of all our Club activities is to foster player character by emphasizing sportsmanship and dedication while encouraging them to be involved with their schools, churches, and community.


We are a volunteer-run, 501c3 not-for-profit corporation.  As volunteer parents, neighbors and friends, we have a vested interest in creating the best possible experience for our children. This meshes well with both our mission (by keeping the cost affordable) and with our guiding principle (by maintaining a pure focus on promoting our players).


USA insists on positive, encouraging behavior from coaches, from parents, and from players during practices, games, and from the sidelines. This models the same good attitude and good sportsmanship that we will develop and expect from our players as well.  We continue to grow and develop in our coaching staff and methods so that we can nurture our children in their personal and soccer skill development, and their enjoyment of the game.