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Welcome to the Agawam Soccer Association

Update On Fall Season - Thank You!

To All Our ASA Members:


First of all we sincerely hope for all the kids that the fall soccer season was positive and a great break from this crazy year.  We also sincerely hope that everyone stayed safe and healthy as this virus continues to be with us. 


I personally found it great to see my team and the enthusiasm the kids had to get out of the house and participate in a athletic event was priceless.  It makes all the work that had to be done prior and during the season so worth it for the kids.


The Massachusetts Youth Soccer Association, the State of Mass, and the Town of Agawam all put together a plan to keep kids safe while enjoying soccer. 


The Town of Agawam was excellent in working with ASA to make sure we had the right safety plan in place and that we executed that plan with our members.  Having the support from the town to be able to execute a safety plan is very rewarding as other towns we have dealt with did not allow that interaction and many towns had kids not participate in soccer. 


We are proud to say that our COVID Safety Officer has indicated that we did not have one case of transmition at any soccer event this fall.  We have had members test positive that came from outside soccer, but we did not have any transmitions during the season at a soccer event.  So kids that came to soccer, were safe at soccer, and that is something that everyone is to be proud of.


Thank You to all of our parents, who supported and maintained the disciplines with your children to have masks on and limit spectators.  Thank You to our coaches who had to implement and coach through safety protocols and game change rules so that the kids could be safe.  The coaches did an amazing job this year considering the circumstances.  We had to work through some things as this wasn’t an easy change for anyone , but everyone did what we expected them to do, put the kids first and give them a season and some normalcy. 


Thank You to the ASA Board for their hard work and determination to have a season for the kids.  It was no easy task getting this season going and set up and executed.  It’s a thankless job but the entire board did an excellent job.  Jeff Heinze in particular shouldered a significant amount of work in keeping us updated on all the changes (both on the field and off) with soccer and working with the various health boards as needed. 


ASA was able to continue with our golf tournament and our calendar raffle.  All these were so important as the need to help people and assist our members was never greater. ASA was able to meet all of our obligations to our scholarship winners and continue to help families in need. 


Just as I say to everyone when discussing soccer, soccer never really ends.  It just progresses from one season to another.  As we exhale after this fall season we are ready to start preparing for spring soccer.  We expect big numbers for the spring as we look back on a very successful fall season we look forward to an even better spring season.


Thank You to everyone, stay safe, and see you back on the field this spring!

by posted 11/16/2020


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