Florida State Soccer Association

The Florida State Soccer Association is the official governing body representing U.S. Soccer in the State of Florida. It is a representative body composed of soccer officials throughout the State dedicated to act in the best interests of the sport.

The Florida State Soccer Association is one of the largest of the 52 state associations comprising the Amateur Division of the United States Amateur Soccer Association. The FSSA’s purpose is to promote and administer the game of soccer in all its United States Soccer Federation approved forms – be it outdoor or indoor, among men and women eighteen (18) years of age and over within the State of Florida and to manage all intra-state games leading to National Cups.

There are currently over 22 affiliated leagues throughout the state that represent over 550 teams and 12,000 players. The various leagues have divisions of competition which include: men’s open, women’s open, men’s over 30, women’s over 30, men’s over 40, coed, 7 v 7 and others.

The FSSA meets twice a year. The Annual General Meeting is held in August or September and the mid-year meeting is held in January. League representatives and board members attend these meetings to discuss activities taking place within the organization and to plan future activities.


  • Player and team insurance
  • Network of leagues and teams throughout the state
  • Regular communication about programs and opportunities within the state and around the nation
  • Opportunity to participate in state and national cup competitions
  • Access to certified referee assignors and certified referees
  • Assistance from FSSA board of directors and member leagues in reaching your league’s goals


For more information about the Florida State Soccer Association, please visit their website at: