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About Soccer

Known as football outside the US, the sport of soccer is arguably the most widely-played sport in the world. Many schools in the US have soccer teams, and it is a popular club sport for youth, adults and seniors. The USA Deaf Soccer Association (USDSA) hosts tryouts and selects players to represent the USADSF in international tournaments.

The USA unveiled its first national deaf soccer team at the 1965 Deaflympics. Despite being the underdog compared to football powerhouses from European and Latin American countries, USA’s teams have held their own. The women have brought home the gold every year since the first time they appeared in the Games in 2005.

USADSA Brochure [download]

Soccer News

July 29, 2013

Soccer wins second straight

With its 2-0 win against Poland, the U.S. Women
July 26, 2013

Women’s soccer routs Greece, 11-0

The U.S. Women
March 1, 2012

Deaf Soccer to Play at Columbus Crew Stadium

The Women's and Men's Deaf National Soccer teams will play in exhibition matches at the Columbus Crew Stadium on April 28, 2012.
February 8, 2012

Deaflympian Signs Letter of Intend for Appalachian State

Former United States Deaflympian Kate Ward signed a National Letter of intend to attend the Appalachian State University as an athlete on the women's soccer team.

Team USA Soccer

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