Chelsea Soccer Club
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The Chelsea Soccer Club is proud to be the soccer source for all the Chelsea area players!! With 18+ years of soccer for the Chelsea Community, we are excited to continue to offer the best recreational and competitive soccer in the area.
With age-specific teams formed from the Chelsea elementary schools, with a non-coed format, and local fields, Chelsea Soccer Club is definitely “The Place To Play” in youth soccer. With players from Mount Laurel Elementary, Forest Oaks Elementary, and Chelsea Park Elementary, and Chelsea Middle School, Chelsea Soccer Club membership is well over 300 players in Chelsea area.
Chelsea High School Boys Coach Lee Miller says, “Since I arrived as head boys soccer coach at Chelsea High School in 2007, a great many of my top players have been a product of Chelsea Soccer Club and BUSA. We are fortunate in Chelsea to have such a strong club system nearby that can teach our children to love the game and play it at a high level from a young age. My own children are youth players in the BUSA system, and I am pleased with their development. I believe that the Chelsea Soccer Club and BUSA will continue to be great partners for the Chelsea High School Soccer Program for many years as we strive to excel in the beautiful game.“
Chelsea High School Girls Coach Jonathan Hammett says, “I started coaching at Chelsea in 2004-2005 as an assistant coach for both the girls and boys programs. In 2009, I became the head coach of the girls’ soccer team. The success of the Chelsea High School girls’ soccer team coincides in part with the growth of the Chelsea Soccer Club and BUSA. Most of our elite players have been trained at some point in their lives through the Chelsea Soccer Club and BUSA. In 2012, the girls’ soccer team won the first state championship in a team sport in the school’s history after finishing as the state runner-up in 2011. I have no doubt that the Chelsea High School girls’ soccer program will be successful as the Chelsea Soccer Club and BUSA continue their growth and development of young soccer players.