Reasons to Play for Bridgewater Soccer Association
Bridgewater Soccer Association (BSA) is a not-for profit organization that has been dedicated to soccer in Bridgewater and Raritan for more than 35 years. BSA uses its own funds to make the cost of playing soccer lessexpensive than any other travel club that offers the potential for a year around program.
BSA has teams catering to boys and girls from ages 4.5 through 18 at all levels of play. BSA has teams playing in various leagues: (MNJYSA) Mid New Jersey Youth Soccer Association, Mid-Atlantic Premier Soccer (MAPS) , Jersey Area Girls Soccer (JAGS) and Eastern Development Program (EDP).
Over 90% of players on recent Bridgewater Raritan High School soccer teams, which are annually among the best in New Jersey, played in the BSA program. One BSA alum, played for the University of Maryland’s 2008 NCAA National Championship team and the Philadelphia Union. Others have become collegiate All Americans.
BSA uses professional trainers who provide a great environment for player and team development by working on both technique and tactics.
All BSA players can play for free in the Annual “BSA Kick-Off Classic,” a premier fall tournament that attracts over 150 teams from all over New Jersey.
It offers youand your family the chance to join a club that is run entirely by dedicated soccer volunteers using professional trainerswith many years of soccer experience, who are committed to teaching, growing and developing all playersto their maximum potential.