Area Soccer Association (DASA) is a not-for-profit corporation
that sponsors and promotes soccer in Danville and Vermilion
County Illinois. We run a recreational league for girls and
boys including Tiny Tot (TT) for todlers age 0-4, Rec youth
soccer ages 4-14, Super Soccer (SS) for children with special needs, and run a travel competitive league (Vermilion
County Soccer Club VCSC) for girls and boys of many ages including youth and
older adolescents. About 1500 children play soccer with us.
Our Danville Area Soccer Complex hosts hundreds of games each
year for DASA, Central Illinois Youth Soccer, High Schools, Danville
Area Community College, and many adult league games, pick-up
games, and practices. We sponsor an annual spring sanctioned
youth soccer tournament in April,
Clash at the Border.
encourage any interested child (aged 1-14) and family in our
area to join our recreational league for the spring and fall
seasons. Teams from communities throughout Vermilion County
play in our league and are members of DSA. We run ourselves
entirely with volunteers as coaches, referees, field maintenance
helpers, concession helpers, and board members. We encourage
parents and others to volunteer, provide training and direction
for them, and welcome their participation. We use our modest
fees to purchase uniforms and equipment, for maintenance of
our facility, and the administration of the league.
Danville United Soccer club is the competitive traveling arm
of the organization. These players are members of the Central
Illinois Youth Soccer League. Anyone may try out for teams.
built and maintain the Danville Area Soccer Complex on East
Winter Avenue in Danville for our use, and for the use of
other teams and individuals who play soccer in our area. There
are eight full-size fields that are laid out for the need
of our leagues, with age-appropriate field sizes. All fields
are irrigated, and two have lights. We run a concession stand
on game days, and have rest room facilities. Two pavilions
may be used for picnics or shelter. Parking lots are ample,
and some are paved.