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Knoxville United Soccer Association, is a volunteer youth competitive soccer club dedicated to growing interest, increasing participation and advancing the skills of youth soccer players in the U9 to U18 age groups. We are a member of the Tennessee State Soccer Association and US Youth Soccer.
We offer some of the lowest fees in the state. Our club dues are $55 / year. Team fees range from $150 to $300 per season.
We are actively looking for players to fill openings on many of our teams. For more information you may contact the team coach.
2003 - Emma McNeil (Kingston)
2004 - Keaton Shilling (Farragut)
2001 - Marcos Serrato (Farragut)
1998 - Sheila Brumley (Lenoir City)
Additional teams may be added.
2016-17 KUSA Teams
Listed by birth year
KUSA is currently looking for players for our U15-17 Girls team. Based in Farragut and led by Jeff Monckton.
This team will focus on player development with limited travel commitments.
For more information, please contact Coach Monckton at:
email@example.com or Doug Kirk
KUSA '00 / U15-17 Girls
Home Fields: Watt Road Park & McFee Park in Farragut, TN
Goals for the spring of 2017:
1) To develop players with limited or no club / travel soccer experience into stronger, more skilled players with confidence in themselves and their teammates.
2) To achieve on field success
3) To provide a positive team experience, and have fun in the process.
Training will begin on Tuesday 1/10/17.
The team will compete in local games with teams from area clubs and travel to no more than 1 overnight tournament this spring.
Head Coach: Jeff Monckton
Jeff began his coaching career with KUSA as goal keeper coach following his college playing career at TN Wesleyan College.
Jeff moved to head coach with the KUSA U18 Rampage team before moving on to coach in the college ranks at Columbia International University where he was women's assistant coach and keeper coach for both the men's and women's teams.
Jeff believes in pushing players to be the best they can be but understands the hectic schedules and lives high school girls face.
Currently Jeff is head men's coach at the Kings Academy in Seymour, TN.