Founded in 1975 the Bridgewater Soccer Academy, B.S.A. (Fromerly Bridgewater Soccer Association) has grown to become a flagship club playing in the Mid New Jersey Youth Soccer Association (MNJYSA), MAPS, JAGS and EDP programs. Today the BSA oversees, manages and offers development as well as training for over thirty teams, comprised of 500 children, ages 7– 18. Our "Kick-Off Classic" is fast becoming one of the premier fall tournaments attracting over 160 teams, 2,200 players and 7000 fans.
BSA provides an environment which enhances the development of our youth for the rigors and demands of a competitive soccer atmosphere. Our mission is to promote, sponsor and conduct a supervised program of soccer training and competition for all youth in the Bridgewater area. Our commitment to the development of the young soccer player, combining a strong moral, technical and social foundation remains our number one goal.
Our program offers top level teaching, skills training and coaching in preparation for all levels of competition. We accomplish these goals with strong commitment from all club members. In addition, BSA provides all club members with professional trainers to further advance the skills of our soccer players.
The BSA is a soccer club serving boys and girls in the Bridgewater – Raritan area. It attracts players of all levels of ability in order to maintain the full spectrum of our program. We provide an opportunity for the first time player to the seasoned one where the demands of competition can be satisfied. The club strives to provide quality education and training opportunities for every player. The BSA sponsors an all inclusive soccer program.
Player development and fun continues to be an important element and focus of our soccer program. Year round competitive play for all players, or seasonal soccer experiences for some, highlights our program. Our commitment to the soccer player and their family has provided years of success as we lead the continued growth of soccer here in our community.
We offer soccer programs for boys and girls (click below to find out more):