Calvert Soccer Association is a volunteer, non-profit organization, that was organized in 1984 to provide an opportunity to play soccer for the youngsters of Calvert County. CSA is primarily an intramural program for youth ages 4 to 18. Currently, CSA has multiple opportunities for players at all levels. From recreational to travel teams. We serve over 2000 children. CSA is successful only because of volunteer coaches, team managers and organizers. If you’d like to volunteer, CSA needs you.


  • 1984 CSA begins 
  • 1998 Girls only divisions added.  Participation by girls doubles.
  • 1998 Our first web presence is launched at http://www.chesapeake.net/~calvertsoccer 
  • 1999 Travel soccer program is created as CSA Select and CSA becomes affiliated with MSYSA and WAGS. Tom Salley is appointed the first CSA Select Commissioner.
  • 1999 First USSF licensed coaching courses offered to CSA members
  • 2000 Successfully petitions to join NCSL.
  • 2000 Northern Calvert Patriots Soccer Club (NCPSC) merges with Calvert Soccer Association and accelerates CSA travel program.
  • 2000 CSA web presence is now found under its own domain name www.calvertsoccer.org
  • 2001 CSA is the first youth sports club in the county to implement online registration.
  • 2002 CSA takes the lead on the High School Varsity Calvert County Cup.
  • 2002 CSA donates customized soccer balls to the county high schools.
  • 2004 CSA donates portable irrigation system to Parks and Recreation to support the creation of the first Bermuda grass fields in the county.
  • 2004 CSA donates customize soccer balls to the new Huntingtown High School.
  • 2005 CSA store opens on eBay selling spirit items.
  • 2005 Kyle McQuighan completes CSA shed as part of his Eagle Scout Project.
  • 2005 CSA Scholarship program is created to recognize outstanding volunteers
  • 2006 CSA enters agreement with Church by the Chesapeake on Broomes Island Road to develop the property for soccer fields.   Jim McQuighan and Tom Salley spearhead the initial project and agreement.
  • 2007 CSA opens spirit store at Hallowing Point Park
  • 2007 CSA sponsors the first Annual Middle School tournament with Huntingtown High School Boys Varsity Soccer
  • 2008 CSA sponsors the JV High School tournament with Huntingtown High School Boys Varsity Soccer.
  • 2008 RecPlus soccer program is created and partners with St Mary’s soccer to provide another level of soccer for Calvert players. Tom Salley is appointed the first RecPlus Commissioner.
  • 2009 CSA partners with Parks and Recreation to implement bermuda grass on Hallowing Point Park fields 7, 8 & 9.
  • 2010 CSA Purchases 16 acres from the Archdiocese of Washington to build CSA Park