Brecksville-Broadview Heights Soccer is a volunteer soccer program managed by families in our community without any government subsidies The purpose of our 501(c) 3 non-profit program is to create a great soccer experience. We maintain a fun and nurturing environment where children can learn the technical and tactical skills of soccer to compete at any level a child chooses. Of equal importance is our goal to teach life skills such as teamwork, responsibility and commitment. These life skills go beyond soccer and will help children obtain more out of their schooling as they grow into adults.
We are always looking for coaches who have a desire to teach and help young children. The more coaches we have the more children we can help! In addition parents who wish to help out in a managers role is vital. They keep the coaches free to spend more time teaching the children!
During our 2010-2011 Seasons BBHS accomplishments were many:
1. Bandits U-11 won the Bay Village Cup this past fall
2. Bandits U-1 Boys went undefeated in the Fall outdoor season, finished in first place and won the GAASA Championship and now have moved up into Division 1this spring
2. Bandits went undefeated at the Royalton Road Field House Indoor Season
3. Tigers U-13 finished in second place in the Bay Village Cup this past fall.
4. Tigers U-13 went undefeated and finished in first place in the NOGSL Fall League and have moved up to Division 2
5. Helped several soccer families by underwriting their program costs and additional skills training;
4. Provided an additional soccer tournaments for the players;
5. Purchased basic conditioning equipment;
6. Offset partial costs for our new Foot Skills training with Asa Beard who played for Manchester United Club Teams.
All this was done with no additional city tax dollars. That is efficiency!
Also volunteers and donations are welcome as we try to keep our player fees low while still providing exceptional training compared to other local programs. In addition we would like to help other families in need.
Lastly, unlike other programs we do ask parents and players to sign commitment letters (which are not binding based on OYSAN rules) for the entire year. We just verbally ask that you commit for the season of soccer you register for and do the best you can to make games and practices understanding that school and family are first. We believe if your child is having fun and is learning you will stay with our program.