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Central Georgia Soccer Association

Mission Statement

CGSA is passionately committed to the development and growth of soccer throughout Central Georgia.

About CGSA

What are the office hours? 


CGSA does not have a full time Association Administrator so office hours varies each day.  It is suggested that you call the office first to make sure it is open.

Office Phone: 478-987-2455

CGSA Complex Rules


  • The complex is for the use of active CGSA/SAF members only.
  • The Marked fields are to be used for OFFICIAL practices, matches and clinics only.
  • Do not hang on goals, nets or climb fences
  • If you are in violation of the following, you will be asked to leave the property

Pickup  game are not allowed.

Abusive/Vulgar language will not be tolerated

No Pets Allowed except for certified Glass Containers

No personal Golf carts
No Golfing

No Glass Containers

No alcohol consumption, authorities may be called if necessary.

No smoking or tobacco use including cigarettes, cigars, pipes, vaporizing devices or e-cigarettes



What is the soccer season? 


Soccer is played in two seasons during a calendar year. The Fall season starts with registration being held in June. The practice sessions will then begin in August with the playing season starting the first weekend in September and running for approximately 10 weeks. The Spring season starts with registration in December. Practice starts in February with the games starting the first weekend in March. The season will run for approximately 10 weeks.

How old can the players be to play soccer? 


The age determination for each division is based on the Georgia Soccer Birth Year Chart. You can find this info under the registration tab. Our divisions start at U4 and go thru U19.

What equipment is required to play? 


ALL players MUST have shin guards to be allowed to play in a game or to practice. The shin guards MUST be made of an approved material and may not be "home-made" of any kind. Cleats are optional (but recommended). Players may play in regular tennis shoes. The uniform will be distributed by the coach after the team has formed.

How do I know what age group my child will play in? 


The players are split up by their birth year (see registration tab for birth year chart) as required for registration. The groups are designated as U-6, U-8, U-10, U-12 and so on. U-6 means Under 6, i.e. 4 and 5 year olds. U-8 means Under 8, i.e. 6 and 7 year olds, and so on. A player may play up in an age group but can not play down. Therefore, a 6 year old could play U-8, but a 8 year old can not play U-6.

Are all the games on Saturday? 


Currently, there are some games that are played on Sunday to Friday. MOST of all the games will be on Saturday, but you may have an occasional game not on a Saturday. Practice is typically on either Mon. & Wed. or Tues. & Thurs. of each week.

See our FAQ link on the homepage for more info.