Westfield Soccer Association

Westfield Soccer Association aka "The WSA"

The Westfield Soccer Association (WSA) operates one of the largest soccer clubs in the State of New Jersey and provides several different programs for over 2,400 children, regardless of their skill level, to participate and enjoy the worlds most played sport.


The Fun of Soccer and Recreation programs are open to Westfield residents, girls and boys, in pre-K though 3rd grade. The various Rec programs currently have over 1,200 players.


The Intercounty program is a cooperative recreational soccer program based in central New Jersey whose primary goal is to foster competitive soccer while encouraging participation by as many children as possible. The overall objective of Intercounty Soccer is maximum participation with even competition at all age levels. Westfield currently has over 30 boys and girls teams in the U9, U11, U13, U15 and High School (U19) divisions and matches are played in the fall and/or spring.

Tryouts for the Travel Program are open to girls and boys starting at U9 and go into HS. We currently have over 40 teams competing in the Mid New Jersey Youth Soccer Association. Soccer matches are played in both the fall and spring.

Union County FC is the regions premier soccer program.  It provides premier players a unique opportunity to train, play and develop in one of the top soccer environments in New Jersey. UCFC is sponsored by the Westfield Soccer Association, one of the largest soccer clubs in NJ and rich in soccer tradition.

WSA General Membership Meetings

WSA general membership meetings are scheduled for the second Monday of each month at 8pm. The location is the Knights of Columbus at 2400 North Avenue in Scotch Plains (next to Charlie Browns).


Please check our events calendar for the current dates and times. Anyone involved with the WSA (parents, coaches, referees, longstanding members, etc.) as well as the general public, is welcome to attend.

Financial Assistance

The WSA seeks to ensure that qualified players may participate in competitive soccer regardless of financial constraints.  Accordingly, the WSA provides scholarships on a case-by-case basis at the discretion of the WSAs Financial Assistance Committee.  The Financial Assistance Program operates on a "needs based" model and is based on family income, household dependents, potential number of players requesting financial assistance and funds available in the program.


If you are aware of a family that is not participating in soccer for financial reasons, please let them know that financial assistance is available, or call any WSA Director.