The mission of Williamson County Soccer Association is to promote, develop and administer the sport of soccer by providing an organized, safe, fun-filled environment for players on an individual and team level. WCSA shall provide a program for recreational and developmental soccer, and maintain standards intended to build the character of our players through leadership from coaches, referees and Board members.
Williamson County Soccer Association is a non-profit organization that offers both indoor and outdoor leagues for players ranging from age 4 to 19. All our programs are developmental and recreational, allowing players to improve their skills in a fun, positive environment designed to encourage their confidence and love of the game while learning sportsmanship and team-building.
WCSA began in 1982 by our founder, Jose Fernandez. This dream began with one team that practiced and played at what is now Franklin Elementary School. Through Jose's love for the game and determination, the association grew. Today, Williamson County Soccer Association has grown into the largest recreational sports organization in the Nashville metropolitan area and one of the largest single-sport associations in Tennessee with over 8000 players registering with us every year. The soccer complex located at Boyd Mill Avenue and Downs Boulevard boasts 27 soccer fields and an indoor soccer arena. WCSA will host almost 3,000 indoor and outdoor games over the course of a year.