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Action Photos for Spring League Games
CCSA will again be partnering with "Shy on Location" to provide action photos of our Spring Rec Soccer League. Each week Shy will concentrate on a few teams and post their photos on his website. Photos will be offered for sale to interested parties. To view the website that includes a gallery of our Fall League photos Click Here For more information on how to have your game scheduled to be covered please contact Shy at or 239-823-7972

Coaches Information Packet
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This is the general information packet provided to all coaches at the initial meeting.
Lee County Youth Coaches Certification Course
This is a mandatory certification for all Head and Assistant Coaches who will coach and come into contact with youth athletes in Lee County . This course is hosted by the club, but is run by a non-affiliated organization. The course consists of one three hour session. You will take an exam at the end of viewing two videos. One deals with youth athletics in general, and the other is "soccer specific." If you have taken this course in coaching another sport in Lee County , you will simply need to attend the last 1.5 hours to “add a sport”. If you took the course last year or this past fall, you can renew via email or mail.

You can also choose to take the course at your convenience online at their website at

National Youth Sports Coaches Association (NYSCA)



3/26, 3/27


6:30 - 9:30PM


Cape Coral High School - Room Portable 8


$10.00 – Paid for by CCSA if you attend the classroom session

Log Onto Your Account
Parents keep your info up to date by logging into your account and editing your contact information. You can also view schedules, and rosters for your team!


The Cape Coral Soccer Association (CCSA) is a non-profit, educational organization whose mission is to foster the physical, mental, and emotional growth and development of Cape Coral's youth through the sport of soccer at all ages and levels of competition. Our goal is to provide a safe, structured, and fair environment in which young players can have FUN playing and learning the game of soccer. We also hope to nurture and develop a lifelong passion for the sport of soccer.


CCSA offers both Recreational and Competitive / Premier Programs to young players seeking various levels of play and competition. The purpose of the Rec Program is to provide the beginning and experienced recreational player an opportunity to play and learn the game of soccer in a friendly atmosphere that emphasizes FUN and de-emphasizes winning at all costs! During the two rec seasons, spring and fall, teams are selected on a basis of balance and fairness. No statistics or scores are recorded during the season to promote the values of FUN & ENJOYMENT while playing the game of soccer.

For those seeking a more competitive experience and intensive training, the CCSA offers a Competitive / Premier Soccer Program. {THE CYCLONES} The purpose of the CYCLONES is to develop and prepare soccer athletes for accelerated levels of competition while still promoting the physical and moral benefits of the game of soccer. Competitive tryouts for the CYCLONES are held annually in June. During the season, players receive specialized training by professional coaches and trainers who prepare them for a more competitive environment and experiences. For the CYCLONES to be successful; players, parents, and coaches, must be committed to the training, travel, and competitive experience.

If you are interested in participating in CCSA's SOCCER PROGRAMS, please view our website and find the next scheduled registration or tryout.

Association Info

The Cape Coral Soccer Association is comprised of Elite, Competitive, Rec All-Star, and Recreational Teams for Boys & Girls ages 4.5 to 18. The CCSA is guided by an Executive and Administrative Board of Directors. The club has a Full-Time Executive Director of Soccer Operations leading the development of all soccer programming. The Elite/Competitive side of the Program (CYCLONES) consists of Professional Coaches & Trainers Licensed by the USSF or NSCAA. The Recreational Program is led by all volunteer coaches under the guidance and curriculum of our Professional Staff holding both the USSF "A" License and USSF National Youth License- the highest levels of achievement in coaching in the United States. The CCSA is Southwest Florida's Largest and Florida Youth Soccer Association's 3rd Largest Soccer Club. The CCSA has 25 Elite/Competitive Teams and a Recreational Program consisting of over 200 Teams. With an Elite Coaching Staff that is second to none, and a growing organization, the CCSA clearly represents the future of youth soccer in Southwest Florida! Let the Cape Coral Soccer Association shape your child's soccer experience!

La Asociacion de Futbol de la ciudad de Cape Coral se abarca de la élite, de la Todo-Estrella competitiva, de Rec, y de los equipos recreacionales para las edades 4.5 a 18 de los muchachos y de las muchachas. El CCSA es dirigido por una junta directiva ejecutiva y administrativa. El club tiene un director ejecutivo a tiempo completo de las operaciones del fútbol que conducen el desarrollo de toda la programación del fútbol. La élite/el lado competitivo del programa (CYCLONES) consiste en los coches y los amaestradores profesionales licenciados por el USSF o el NSCAA. El programa recreacional es conducido por todos los coches voluntarios bajo la dirección y plan de estudios de nuestras personas cualificadas que sostienen la licencia nacional de la licencia de USSF “A” y de la juventud de USSF los niveles más altos del logro en entrenar en los Estados Unidos. El CCSA está sudoeste la Florida más grande y club más grande del fútbol de la asociación del fútbol de la juventud de la Florida 3ro. El CCSA tiene 25 élites/equipos competitivos y un programa recreacional que consiste en sobre 200 equipos. ¡Con una élite entrenando al personal que está en segundo lugar a ningunos, y una organización cada vez mayor, el CCSA representa claramente el futuro del fútbol de la juventud en el sudoeste la Florida! ¡Dejar experiencia del fútbol del cabo coralino del fútbol niño de la asociación la forma del tu! Para preguntas favor llamar a Joe Cento a: 239-910-3848 Email Joe Cento a:

Cyclone FAQ's
Answers to common questions asked about CCSA's

Questions answered by Aldo Nardiello - CCSA Program Coordinator

Question: What is the travel commitment for a typical Cyclone Team?
Despite the rumors, a "travel" team doesn't mean we circle the globe! Our u9 through u12 teams will compete in the local Southwest Florida League with teams from Naples to Lehigh. Our u13 and above teams compete in either the USA League in tampa or SFU/FLUGSA Leagues in Miami. Typically, our Cyclone teams attend four tournaments a year; usually in Sarasota, Naples, Tampa, Orlando, or the Miami area. Region C Cup takes place anywhere from Naples to just North of Tampa. Keep in mind that we have home games and local tournaments as well. Our older "College Bound" teams may attend College Showcase Tournaments out of state for recruiting purposes. We sometimes travel to Miami or Tampa for league play and tournaments because the Cyclones will always seek to find superior competition.

Question: Will playing for the Cyclones guarantee that my child will get an athletic scholarship for college?
No. We would consider it "less than honest" and unethical for our club or staff to "promise" or "guarantee" an athletic scholarship. All we can promise is that our professional and licensed staff will do its best to prepare our youth and "college bound" athletes for accelerated levels of play. We will do our best to nurture the technical, tactical, physical, and emotional preparation of our players. The Cyclone Program possesses a staff of coaches with considerable collegiate and professional coaching and playing experience. We will do our best to showcase and promote our college bound players. Although the Cyclones have had their fair share of collegiate and professional players, {see our alumni page!} not all youth soccer players are elite level athletes. Therefore, we would consider it "misleading" to "promise" scholarships. Most youth players play because they love the game. It is our responsibility to nurture that passion. Be VERY weary of clubs, trainers, and coaches that promise or make "implied promises" of athletic scholarships!

Question: What is an "ELITE or PREMIER" Team?
A true "ELITE" team draws and attracts players from outside its local city or town. An ELITE team is coached and/or trained by a licensed professional coach. A true elite team engages in "division one" or "premier" level league competition, and "premier" or "superior" level tournaments. Older "ELITE" teams should be groomed for college showcase tournaments. I would consider it a contradiction in terms for a "ELITE" program to label a "B" team as "premier" or engage in "lower" level cups, tournaments, and league competitions. As our program continues to strengthen and grow, and as we continue to attract highly qualified coaches, it is our hope that more of our teams will mirror the "ELITE" definition stated above.

Question: What do the Cyclone Coaches look for at a club tryout?
Our Coaching Staff follows the guidelines set forth by the United States Soccer Federation. We look at the "Four Components of Coaching."
1) Technique: The ability to dribble, pass, shoot, receive, and head the ball under conditions of pressure. "Skill."
2) Tactics: Decision making with and without the ball. "Speed of play."
3) Fitness: Speed, endurance, strength, power, and agility. "Athleticism."
4) Psychology: Mental toughness and competitiveness. "Coachability."
We remind our tryout candidates that all players make mistakes on the field, even professionals. It shows true strength of character when an athlete recovers from a mistake and moves on!

Here's a listing of some of the outstanding people who have come through the CYCLONE Program! They are a source of pride and inspiration to all our "up & coming" CYCLONES!

Jenny Agranoff - Stetson University
Justin Aulls - University of Tampa
Gwen Ballinger - Eckerd College
Brady Bennett - University of Georgia
Christin Boyer - St. Thomas University
Drew Burwash - Lindsey Wilson College - N.A.I.A. Hall of Fame
RC Campagnolo - Uni. of S. Florida - Pro Player for Ft. Lauderdale & Dayton
Dee Campanella - Berry College - Assistant Coach at Berry College
Cindy Campbell - Lincoln Memorial College
Eddie Carmean - University of South Florida - Former Pro Player for the Kansas City Attack
Craig Coffin - University of Southern Illinois
Jeff Comer - Jacksonville University
Beth Crabb - St. Thomas University
Dawn Deleo - Eckerd College
Katie Dolan - Eckerd College
Tyler Evenson - University of Tampa
Doug Farris - Navy
Jennifer Gardner - University of Florida
Bianca Gibbs - University of Florida
Carissa Gingerich - Florida International University
Tony Givens - Jacksonville University
Billy Grammatica - Seattle Seahawks Kicker - NFL
Martin Grammatica - Tampa Bay Bucs Kicker - NFL
Jamie Hagy - Weber College
Jessica Hagy - Barry University
Brian Hollaway - Georgia Tech
Jon Hunt - University of Florida
Josh Isley - University of South Carolina
Zara Kaspiritas - Carson/Neumann University
Al Lager Jr. - Avila University
Matt Leatherwood - U.S. Army
Jen Lombardo - Lincoln Memorial College
Lisa Lundgren - Emory Riddle University
Brian Mariea - University of Southern Connecticut - National Champions
Michelle Mayer - Liberty University
Natalie Mayer - Palm Beach Atlantic University
Tony Mayes - University of West Florida
John Milhomme - Georgia Wesleyan
Alexis Muniz- Palm Beach Atlantic University
Josh Neff- Palm Beach Atlantic University
Matt Neumann - Palm Beach Atlantic University
Tony Novo Jr. - Jacksonville University - Former Pro Player for the Jacksonville Teamen
O.J. Nurse - University of South Florida
Marcus Ricciani - Berry College - Coach at Georgia Southern
Sly Rodriguez - Lincoln Memorial College
Donnie Rollins - College of Boca Raton - National Champions
Kevin Rossi - University of Southern Connecticut - National Champions
Danielle Rust - University of Florida
Dominic Sagona - Northern Illinois
Louis Salvagio - University of Tampa
Phil Salvagio - College of Boca Raton - Former Pro Player for the San Diego Sockers
Sage Sizemore - Florida State University
Chris Spires - University of South Florida
Brent Stanze - St. Leo's College
Robin Steinweg - Eckerd College
Jennifer Stone - Eckerd College
Johanna Switzer- Wingate University
Kim Tingley - James Madison University
Jackie Welch - University of South Carolina
Greg Willen - Pro Indoor Soccer Player in Chicago
Mitch Williamson III - University of Central Florida

CYCLONE Alumni Continue to Flow in! Special Thanks to Al Lager Sr., John Steinweg & Eddie Carmean for helping to make this page possible!
2007-2008 Cyclone Tryouts
All Tryouts will take place between June 2nd and June 10th, 2007. Individual age group schedules will be released shortly. Players must attend at least one date, and are encouraged to attend all tryout dates.

Celebrity Guest Clinicians
Coach Hershey Strosberg
Assistant Coach of Women's Soccer at the University of Virginia
Does a training session with some of our Cyclone Girls!

Katia - Brazilian International Star Trains with the Cyclones!

Lee Tschantret - Captain of the US National Indoor Team vists the Cyclones!

Roy Pfeil - Asst. Coach of Men's Soccer at the University at Albany, NY, (Div I) visits and works with our Cyclones!

Brian Speck - Head Coach of Women's Soccer at Union College, NY and North Carolina Soccer Camp Clinician - visits the Cyclones!

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