On July 7, 2018, two of USADSF’s board members, Secretary Brianne Burger and Member at Large Jeffrey Mansfield, visited the USA Deaf Soccer Association (USADSA) Men’s Deaf National Team training camp. The camp was held at the official training facility of the Major League Soccer’s New England Revolution at Patriot Place in Foxborough, Massachusetts, on July 5 – 8, 2018. The camp, the latest in a series of intense training and development camps that USADSA has been hosting, is a great opportunity for players around the country to come together and build chemistry and for coaches to identify and develop talent as the team prepares for the upcoming 2020 Deaf World Cup and the 2021 Summer Deaflympics. Congratulations to the USADSA, the players, and the coaches for an excellent camp! USADSF also thanks the New England Revolution for providing their facilities, Seattle Founders FC for meeting with the players, and to Oliver Ames High School in North Easton, MA, for playing a tough match!
USADSA also hosted the US Deaf Women’s National Team’s second training camp of the year in Fremont, Michigan this month. The training camp roster was at 22 players, with 10 returning veterans and 12 pool players. #GoforGold #JoinTheMovement #TogetherWeWin