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The Central Virginia Soccer Association
40 Years of the Best Adult Soccer in the Richmond Area


Welcome to the website of the Central Virginia Soccer Association. This site is updated perpetually and will contain current schedules, standings, and other happenings in the league.

The Central Virginia Soccer Association (CVSA) is a non-profit, adult soccer league headquartered in Richmond, Virginia. Games are played at various sites in the city of Richmond, as well as Hanover, Henrico & Chesterfield Counties. The league is in the misdt of its 49th year of operation, having started play in the Fall of 1975, and is the oldest and most competitive in the Richmond Metropolitan Area. The CVSA is sanctioned by the United States Soccer Federation (USSF) and the United States Adult Soccer Association (USASA) through its membership in the Metro D. C. - Virginia Soccer Association (MDCVSA), with whom it participates in U. S. Open Cup, USASA National Cup and MDCVSA State & Challenge Cup tournaments. The CVSA hosted the MDCVSA State Championships at the Bryan Park Soccer Complex from 2000-2005, and continues to be an integral part of the maintenance and development of that facility, having provided over half of the funds to build the facility, which opened 25 years ago in April 1999.

Currently . . . the Summer '24 season is underway. 75 teams are spread across seven open divisions, two coed divisions, a women's division, and a veterans division.


SUMMER '24

As mentioned above, the Summer '24 season is underway, with 75 teams spread across 11 divisions. This is how the divisions are aligned for the season:
  • Premier: TTh Competitive
  • First: MW Competitive
  • Second: TTh Semi-Competitive
  • Third: TTh Intermediate
  • Fourth: MW Semi-Competitive
  • Fifth: TTh Recreational
  • Sixth: MW Recreational

  • Veterans

  • Women's

  • Coed Competitive
  • Coed Recreational



2023-'24 CVSA CUP & COPA BRUCE


Short Pump FC - 2023-'24 CVSA Cup Champions


The 2023-'24 CVSA Cup & Copa Bruce came to a glorious end on Saturday, June 1 at Longdale as part of the CVSA's member appreciation day.

Short Pump FC took their first major trophy with a 3:2 win over Team 804. Sprinting to a 3:0 lead at the interval, Short Pump FC withtood a furious rally, with Team 804 striking twice in the last five minutes, and hitting a post in injury time.

In the Copa Bruce, the recent rule changes that were made to return the tournament to whom it was originally designed - the lower divisions of the league - continued to bear fruit. Richmond FC, still with the bitter taste of the golden goal loss in the 2018-'19 Copa Bruce Final, took down Sporting 420 3:2 in one of the best Copa Bruce finals since the aforementioned regulations were instituted.

All scores are posted on the CVSA Cup page of the CVSA website.

For 2024-'25, the tentative date for the cup finals is Saturday, May 31, 2025. Plan your vacations accordingly.





SPRING '24

The Spring '24 season saw a record number of teams in the CVSA, with 111 sides answering the call, across 15 divisions. The weather was a major factor, with the wet spring pushing the end of the season into June, as it was logistically the most challenging season in recent memory.

Sporting 804 won the Premier Division.

Coming off of their Cinderella run to take the 2022-'23 CVSA Cup, Brambly Park FC took the First Division, edging out Wiseguys FC by a single point in the standings, to take their second First Division title in the last four years. Richmond City FC took the Second Division with an 8-0-1 record, adding to their club's trophy case, now with 21 CVSA divisional titles. In the Third Division, Misfits FC completed a solid 2023-'24 campaign, having won the Fourth Division in Fall '23.

It's been high times for Puff Puff Pass FC, who claimed the Fourth Division, their third consecutive divisional title, having won the Fall '23 Fifth Division and the Spring '23 Sixth Division. Dubai Jet FC took their first divisional title, winning the Fifth Division, while the Titans, part of the 25 year-old Atlas club, took the Sixth Division, their 21st CVSA divisonal title. Newcomers West End Chapines and Liesfeld FC won the Seventh & Eighth Divisions, respectively, to round out the Spring '24 open division slate.

The 12-team Veterans Division experimented with three subdivisions and cross-divisional play, to the approval of all involved. Team Riggs won the Veterans Competitive Division. In the Veterans Semi-Competitive, the aforementioned Atlas took the title; the four teams in this grouping played a full round-robin of the 11 other teams, providing a full range of competition. Carrying the banner for their expansive club, Screaming Eagles Fossils won the Veterans Recreational, earning the Screamers their 22nd CVSA title, ten of which have come from the Veterans corner of the divisional spectrum.

Brambly Ball Busters took the Women's Division, as the ladies look to re-establsh their presence in the CVSA, adding to the Scott's Addition-based club's trophy case with their club's fifth title.

The Coed Divisions were runaways, with both titlists - WashEd Up & NCF Wolkpack FC - completing undefeated and untied seasons. For the NCF club, it was their third title.


Sporting 804 - Spring '24 Premier Division Champions

  • Premier: Sporting 804
  • First: Brambly Park FC
  • Second: Richmond City FC
  • Third: Misfits FC
  • Fourth: Puff Puff Pass FC
  • Fifth: Dubai Jet FC
  • Sixth: Titans
  • Seventh: West End Chapines
  • Eighth: Liesfeld FC

  • Veterans Competitive: Team Riggs
  • Veterans Semi-Competitive: Atlas
  • Veterans Recreational: Screaming Eagles Fossils

  • Women's: Brambly Ball Busters

  • Coed Competitive: WashEd Up
  • Coed: NCF Wolfpack FC



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