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If you came here seeking information about Hancock Soccer Association's Recreational soccer programs, then you've come to the right place! Our website contains a lot of information about H.S.A. and is mainly focused on our Recreational soccer programs. We also have information and links about our Competitive (Travel) soccer programs. Findlay Soccer Club (the Competitive division of H.S.A.) has their own website at www.findlaysoccerclub.org. That website is where you need to go for our Competitive program information, contacts, and such. You can go there from our website by clicking the Findlay Soccer Club logo that appears on the right side of our pages.
Using the navigation menus that appear on the left side and top of our pages (or our Site Map), you should be able to find any information that you may be seeking. You can contact any H.S.A. Board member using on-line contact forms. Go to our Contact Us page to access the on-line contact forms. Be sure to check out our Soccer Links page! It is chocked full of links to cool and informative soccer related websites.
And, be sure to check out the banners that appear on the right side of our pages. These links are provided to our vistors and membership as a resource for addtional information about camps, clinics, and other soccer related stuff.
The purpose of this organization shall be to develop, promote, and administer the game of soccer in the Hancock County and its surrounding areas. HSA achieves its purpose by:
Update - October 9, 2015: There are some changes in the 2015 HSA Fall Classic Recreational Tournament schedules due to team drop-outs and other reasons. The following divisions have changes: U12 Girls, U12 Boys (Co-ed) Red, U15 Co-ed Red. Updated schedules are now posted for downloading.
CLICK HERE to download schedules.
Ohio has passed a law, formerly House Bill 143, that requires all Coaches, Referees and league officials to undergo Concussion Awareness training every three years. This law applies to all youth sports including recreational, travel, indoor, and premier soccer. The new law, ORC 3707.52, becomes effective April 26, 2013. As part of that law, the Ohio Department of Health (ODH) is required to produce a concussion and head injury information sheet and also provide links to free training on concussion awareness. ODH has done that and the information may be found on their web site at http://www.healthy.ohio.gov/concussion.aspx.
The National Federation of High Schools (NFHS) concussion awareness course is required to be taken by OYSAN members. The NFHS program can be found at http://nfhslearn.com/courses/38000.
All leagues are required to ensure that their required people have completed a certified concussion awareness course. The NFHS certificate may be printed or saved as a PDF so that you can forward a copy to all of the leagues as required.
Take 30 minutes NOW and get your certificate. By the way, even though there is no cost, you have to "order" the course on the NFHS web site and provide your name, address, e-mail, and phone number.
Did you know Hancock Soccer Association has a Facebook page?
The Association will be utilizing the Facebook page for communications, updates, posting of important & interesting information and photos. You can go to the H.S.A. Facebook page by clicking the "Check Us Out On Facebook" button on the left-hand navigation menu or by clicking the Facebook icon provided below.