Come Join The CSA Team
CSA Board of Directors

Looking for a way to give back to CSA??

We have a few opportunities open and we need your help.  The following positions are currently available:

 

Assistant Treasurer:   Do you like managing finances?  Do you have a grasp on generally accepted accounting principles?  If so, this may be the position for you!  We use QuickBooks as our record keeping device in all phases of the accounting cycle.  Assist with the financial records of CSA in areas of accounts payable, making and recording deposits, maintaining the general ledger, and producing financial statements.  Additional treasury functions include but are not limited to:  account reconciliations of balance sheet accounts, creating budgets and overseeing tax filing responsibilities of the club.

Assistant Director of Fields: This position helps assist the CSA Field Director in securing the availability and use of soccer fields for the House, Tykes and Travel program. Some of the tasks include: coordinating with the Town of Chili and other non-town contacts for fields availability; communicating with the Travel & House coaches with regards to field availability, fields conditions and other miscellaneous related concerns; maintaining the soccer nets used for non-town fields, which includes putting the nets up in the spring and removing them in the fall, securing nets throughout the summer and replacing worn nets when needed.

Director of Publication Relations:  Coordinate and organize public events such as Rhinos and Flash dinners, Chili Night and coaches appreciation dinner.  Share the good news about CSA  through written press releases and website articles complete with photos.  Foster community relations through CSA events.

Assistant Secretary: Assist in the preparation of Board and Executive Board meeting agendas.  Take minutes at those meetings if the Secretary is not available.  Help with the Board attendance records and open action items.  Assist with the maintenance of the club calendar to ensure upcoming events are managed properly.

Assistant Travel Commissioner: The Assistant Travel Commissioner will work closely with the Travel Commissioner to ensure our Travel teams are striving to meet the CSA Mission. They will also work with CSA coaches to ensure age appropriate player development. Attend games and practices on a periodic basis. Work with the Registrar to ensure player registration and Risk Management passes are timely and up to date. Work with Director of Equipment to ensure that all CSA Travel team’s needs are met.

 

Assistant Tykes Commissioner: Assist the Tykes Commissioner with advertising, recruiting players and coaches.  Also help with player assignments and game schedules.  Coordinate end of season celebration which includes ordering of trophies and pizza party.  Work with Director of Equipment to ensure needs are met. 

General Board Member:  Your help and input is always valued at CSA.  If you are looking to become more involved consider becoming a member of the Board of Directors.  Please complete the CSA Board Application and submit to  president@chilisoccer.org andrachelshupsu@yahoo.com.

Stay tuned as more positions become available!

If you are interested, please contact Rachel Shuman at rachelshupsu@yahoo.com or by calling 313-9871 to learn more about the opportunities.

Thanks,

Rachel Shuman
CSA Volunteer Coordinator

Come Join The CSA Team

Looking for a way to give back to CSA??

We have a few opportunities open and we need your help.  The following positions are currently available:

 

Assistant Treasurer:   Do you like managing finances?  Do you have a grasp on generally accepted accounting principles?  If so, this may be the position for you!  We use QuickBooks as our record keeping device in all phases of the accounting cycle.  Assist with the financial records of CSA in areas of accounts payable, making and recording deposits, maintaining the general ledger, and producing financial statements.  Additional treasury functions include but are not limited to:  account reconciliations of balance sheet accounts, creating budgets and overseeing tax filing responsibilities of the club.

Assistant Director of Fields: This position helps assist the CSA Field Director in securing the availability and use of soccer fields for the House, Tykes and Travel program. Some of the tasks include: coordinating with the Town of Chili and other non-town contacts for fields availability; communicating with the Travel & House coaches with regards to field availability, fields conditions and other miscellaneous related concerns; maintaining the soccer nets used for non-town fields, which includes putting the nets up in the spring and removing them in the fall, securing nets throughout the summer and replacing worn nets when needed.

Director of Publication Relations:  Coordinate and organize public events such as Rhinos and Flash dinners, Chili Night and coaches appreciation dinner.  Share the good news about CSA  through written press releases and website articles complete with photos.  Foster community relations through CSA events.

Assistant Secretary: Assist in the preparation of Board and Executive Board meeting agendas.  Take minutes at those meetings if the Secretary is not available.  Help with the Board attendance records and open action items.  Assist with the maintenance of the club calendar to ensure upcoming events are managed properly.

Assistant Travel Commissioner: The Assistant Travel Commissioner will work closely with the Travel Commissioner to ensure our Travel teams are striving to meet the CSA Mission. They will also work with CSA coaches to ensure age appropriate player development. Attend games and practices on a periodic basis. Work with the Registrar to ensure player registration and Risk Management passes are timely and up to date. Work with Director of Equipment to ensure that all CSA Travel team’s needs are met.

 

Assistant Tykes Commissioner: Assist the Tykes Commissioner with advertising, recruiting players and coaches.  Also help with player assignments and game schedules.  Coordinate end of season celebration which includes ordering of trophies and pizza party.  Work with Director of Equipment to ensure needs are met. 

General Board Member:  Your help and input is always valued at CSA.  If you are looking to become more involved consider becoming a member of the Board of Directors.  Please complete the CSA Board Application and submit to  president@chilisoccer.org andrachelshupsu@yahoo.com.

Stay tuned as more positions become available!

If you are interested, please contact Rachel Shuman at rachelshupsu@yahoo.com or by calling 313-9871 to learn more about the opportunities.

Thanks,

Rachel Shuman
CSA Volunteer Coordinator

CSA's Orange Crush

CSA's GU10 Orange Crush, one of Chili's house league teams is the Sahlens Youth Sports Team of the Week.
Check out the story by clicking on the link below.

Orange Crush Video

Great Sportsmanship

This is a letter that was written by an Irondequoit SC coach to Chili Soccer recognizing the coaches and team for displaying great sportsmanship during their match together.  Well done guys.

I just wanted to let you know that the Chili team that we played last week at Merante Park was one of the best teams that we have ever played. I remember the coaches from previous years, and they were just awesome.  I only had 11 girls.  Christyna and one of their players collided during the game, very badly I might add.  The other player was okay, but Christyna’s head did bounce off the ground.  They rushed onto the field at the same time I did with their ice packs in tow.  They helped me calm her down and check her out.  They even carried her off the field with Steve.  Since I was now down a player, they played with only 10 as well.  This happened right at half time, so when we saw that they took a player out, we applauded to them for doing so.  No other team that we have ever played has done anything like that!  I commend their behavior that night toward my players and myself.

GU19 Team #1 - Chili House League

A Night with the Rhinos

One of CSA's GU10 house teams attended the Rhino's game on 6/28. They enjoyed the game with their families,
walked the players onto the field, and received autographs from the Rhino players after the game.

Shop CSA Gear
Craig Demmin Academy - Fall Sessions

CSA would like to invite you to take part in the Craig Demmin Soccer Academy this fall.  The main objective of this academy is to train individual players to become a better, more skillful soccer player.  You will train with Craig Demmin, former MLS and Rochester Rhino star and current Player and Coaches Development Consultant for the Chili Soccer Association.  Craig will be conducting 2 sessions, one is designed for more skillful players that play in the CSA travel program and the other is for the up and coming youngsters that are just starting out in the travel program as well as those that play in the house program that are looking to improve their skill level. These training sessions will help prepare you in becoming a better overall soccer player.  Come out and enjoy the fun.

SESSION 1 - Advanced (CSA Travel Players, boys and girls ages 9-11)
Dates: Saturday 9/6, 9/13, 9/20, 9/27, 10/4, 10/11, 10/18, 10/25
Time: 2:00-3:30pm
Location: Union Station Park
Cost: $200 (Multi-family discount: 2 siblings: $20 discount, 3 siblings: $30 discount)

Registration form

SESSION 2 - Intermediate (CSA Young Travel & House Players, boys and girls ages 7-11)
Dates: Saturday 9/6, 9/13, 9/20, 9/27, 10/4, 10/11, 10/18, 10/25
Time: 4:00-5:30pm
Location: Union Station Park
Cost: $200 (Multi-family discount: 2 siblings: $20 discount, 3 siblings: $30 discount)

Registration form

If you have any questions contact Craig Demmin at craigdemmin@yahoo.com

Small Sided Game Registration

Registration for the Small Sided Game Program is now open.  Go to the Registration page to begin your registration.

 

Chili Strikers BU11 - Gates Tournament Champions

Chili Lazers GU10 - Brockport Tournament Champions

The GU10 Chili Lazers competed in the GU11 division of the 2014 Brockport Tournament.  They were named the tournament champions with 3 wins and 1 tie over Division 1, 2 & 4 GU11 teams. All three of their victories were shut-outs.

Chili Attack GU10 - Gates Tournament Champions

Chili Teams Capture Titles at Niagara Pioneer Tournament

Chili Fire - GU16 Champions

Chili Attack - GU11 Champions

Chili Shamrocks - BU13 Champions

Hot Dog Cup Tournament Fun

The Chili Chillers travel soccer team had a blast offering free face-painting and soccer tattoos to all the kids at the
Chili Hot Dog Cup Tournament.

12/10/2013-12/9/2016:
Board Meeting (2nd Tuesday of Month) 7pm
Field Closures:
  • Florence Brasser School - All Fields
  • Paul Rd. School - All Fields
As of 12:29 pm EDT, Tue Jul 29
View All Field Locations