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1   Link   AsktheRef.com
AskTheRef (tm) (ATR) was founded by four soccer fanatics for the purpose of expanding the understanding of the game of soccer and allowing people to have fun while learning. The idea emerged for ATR as we created the concept for a community of content-driven sports sites serving players, coaches, referees, and their families. AskTheRef is designed to provide continuously updated information about the sport of soccer to the coaching community, the officiating community, the players (at a local level) and the player’s parents and fans. The foundation for these online communities is a panel of recognized experts drawn from these communities. They provide expert advice and content to our targeted user base.
2   Link   Bay Area Soccer League (Adults)
Adult soccer league operating in the Bay Area. Bob Yampey is the Prez - byampey@comcast.net His #'s: 281-479-0761 281-546-2770 281-280-2100
3   Link   Bay Area Soccer Referee's Assn.
Referee association that serves the Bay Area, including our association.
4   Link   Baylor College Women's Soccer
Get all the up-to-date information on your Lady Bears Soccer program, such as schedules, team standings, ticket information, staff information, roster and much, much more...
5   Link   Better Soccer, More Fun!
This site touches on some of the central ideas behind the Dutch Vision. In no way is it meant to be a complete account. Hopefully this website will fill in some blanks, generate some interest or at least promote some dialog about a system that is dramatically different from many others. The success of the Dutch Vision in youth soccer education is evident in the high percentage of world class players that are produced from such a small country. The relevance of the Dutch Vision to American youth soccer is that the two countries share common social, political and economic factors. American and Dutch children grow up in very similar environments.
6   Link   Capitol Area Youth Soccer Assn
Welcome to the home of the Capitol Area Youth Soccer Association, serving the metropolitan Austin and surrounding communities in the administration of US Youth Soccer (USYS). Based in Manor, Texas we are governed by representatives from throughout the capitol area and also represent this group as voting members of the South Texas Youth Soccer Association (STYSA).
7   Link   Clear Springs HS Womens Soccer
Clear Springs High School Womens Soccer program. HS is located in League City Texas
8   Link   D.A.R.E. to keep kids off drugs
The official Drug Abuse Resistance Education web site that is devoted to keeping our kids off drugs and the community educated on Drugs.
9   Link   East Lake Houston Youth Soccer Assn
Youth soccer association servicing both the Crosby/East Lake Houston area in Crosby, TX and the Baytown area.
10   Link   Federation Internationale de Futbol
The international soccer governing organization. If USSF is our mother then this organization is the grandmother!
11   Link   Game Day Indoor Soccer
Game Day Indoor Soccer 3838 Fairway Plaza Dr Pasadena, TX 77505 (713) GAME DAY
12   Link   Horizon Indoor Soccer Arena
Indoor Soccer Facility in League City located at 201 Hobbs Road Suite A4 League City, Texas 77573 telephone 281-316-0377
13   Link   Houston Chronicle's Soccer Section
The Houston Chronicle has long ignored soccer as a dominant sport in the city. Finally they seem to be coming around with Glenn Davis' articles and a small, but dedicated section of soccer news.
14   Link   Houston Dynamo
MLS Professional team located in Houston, Texas.
15   Link   Houston Futbol Association
Created in 1978, HFA is a member of the Texas State Soccer Association, South and is affiliated with the United States Soccer Federation. HFA is a non-profit organization. Due to the growth in the organization, a permanent office was established to assist the membership and to administer the league on a professional basis. HFA has grown to 70 teams representing more than 55 nations.
16   Link   Houston Youth Soccer Association (HYSA)
Houston Youth Soccer Association (HYSA) is a member organization of a hierarchy of organizations which govern recreational and competitive youth soccer in the United States, providing a reasonably uniform set of rules and levels of play for the players.
17   Link   Internet Non-Profit Center
The Internet Nonprofit Center is a project of The Evergreen State Society based in Seattle, Washington, USA. The Internet Nonprofit Center is the home of the Nonprofit FAQ. The FAQ is based on "frequently asked questions" – and their answers – drawn from the 'Nonprofit' email discussion forum (see http://www.rain.org/mailman/listinfo/nonprofit) and other online resources. Its editor is Putnam Barber. The file http://www.nonprofits.org/lib/faq.html contains answers to several frequently asked questions about this site. Social Ecology, a Seattle-based software development company and application services provider, hosts the Internet Nonprofit Center as a public service. Michael Gilbert, President of Social Ecology, programmed the content management system for the Nonprofit FAQ and assists with the maintenance of the site. The Internet Nonprofit Center was founded by Cliff Landesmann. The Nonprofit FAQ was created by Ina Frank, Jayne Cravens, Putnam Barber and others. Material in the Nonprofit FAQ may be copied for noncommercial use unless copyright is explicitly reserved to the original author or publisher of an item. Commercial use (including reproduction for distribution at a conference or seminar for which a fee is charged) requires permission from the Editor and, often, payment of a reprint fee. For further information, email editor@nonprofits.org or write the Editor c/o PO Box 20682, Seattle, WA 98102-0682.
18   Link   Keeper Notes
Keeper Notes is a weekly e-newsletter for the greater Houston and south Texas soccer community featuring news about upcoming events, Houston Dynamo details, soccer community info, TV listings and more. Keeper Notes is edited by Jen Cooper.
19   Link   Kids First Soccer
The purpose of this Web page is to promote a child centered approach to the organization and instruction of youth sports. Special emphasis is placed on the promotion of the game of soccer as a life-long, family oriented activity, that provides for child-parent bonding, team work and friendships, as well as, adequate aerobic exercise.
20   Link   Louisiana Youth Soccer Association
Region III member. Governs youth soccer in the state of Louisiana.
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