Players/Parents interested in dropping off their soccer paperwork can do so Wednesday, July 1 and Thursday, July 2 from 5:30PM to 7:30PM at the WCWAA Optimist Park.
Please have your paperwork PAPERCLIPPED, filled out, signed and dated in the following order (DO NOT STAPLE FORMS OR PUT IN AN ENVELOPE). This will slow the process of dropping them off since we will be checking them as we receive them.:
NCYSA Medical Release form
US Club form (if not a returning player)
Financial Commitment Form
Return to Play Waiver
Birth Certiciation (if not a returning player)
Enter at the entrance next to Field 1.
Turn right into the parking lot. If you reach the stop sign, you have gone too far.
Turn left and proceed through the parking lot towards the back of the park (towards the containers) and form a line.
You will see the tent where we will be working.
Once you have dropped off the forms, you can proceed to road to exit.
The July Techinical Training Program will allow players the chance to return to the field safely to focus on skills necessary for players at this age and level. Heavy emphasis on individual player development through technical training will dominate each session. Players will also work on speed, agility and conditioning as we help them prepare to return for the fall season. Although the main focus will be individual player development through technical training, sessions will include elements of tactical and positional training in line with COVID-19 restrictions and return to play protocols as outlined by NCYSA, the CDC and other health organizations. Sessions will be adjusted and expanded to include additional areas as they are permitted by the state during phased re-opening.
“By visiting the park you understand and assume any and all risk of injury related to the activities of the park and the risk for contracting a communicable disease. WCWAA is not responsible for any injury or illness suffered while a guest at our facilities.”
We would like to welcome you to the Wesley Chapel Weddington Athletic Association (WCWAA) Soccer Program. We have proudly served Union County and the surrounding areas since 1982. WCWAA Soccer started humbly with just 94 families with children ages 7 to 14 playing soccer at the Recreational level. Today, we currently have over 2000 families in our programs with children ages 3 to 18 playing at all skill levels. With our continued growth, WCWAA Soccer has risen to become one of the top programs in North Carolina.
The WCWAA Soccer Programs are focused on individual player development and team concepts of play. As a player matures, WCWAA is able to offer the more competitive environments of our Youth Academy, Classic and Premier levels of play. WCWAA also offers our “Take on Sports" Program which caters to children, ages 5 to 22, and adults 23 and older with special needs. This program provides an opportunity for these athletes to learn new skills, build physical fitness and self-esteem, and most of all have fun in a safe and positive environment.
WCWAA Soccer is committed to being actively involved in its local communities. We annually take on a leadership role in helping raise money for organizations such as the Union County Red Cross, CMC-Union Edwards Cancer Center an affiliate of Levine Cancer Institute, along with many others.
WCWAA Soccer's reach extends well beyond the Wesley Chapel and Weddington areas to include all of Union County, Charlotte/Mecklenburg County and into the State of South Carolina.