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New Concussion Law!

On January 1, 2014, a new Oregon law, Senate Bill 721, will take effect. Read more...


OASA Player Registration Fee $40

On January 1st, 2011, the player registration fee increased to $40.00. This is the first increase since March 2002. We did not increase the fee lightly. Due to the constant increases in many of our operational costs, we were required us to take action in order to continue the same level of service. Because of this, the OASA Board of Directors needed to increase our player fee to $40 for new and renewed cards.

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OASA is an association of leagues and players dedicated to promoting the game of soccer in Oregon.Men playing soccer

The Oregon Adult Soccer Association (OASA) does not run leagues nor do we require our leagues to run outside the parameters set by our bylaws and/or our parent organizations.

With very few exceptions, notably our professional office staff, everyone involved with OASA is a volunteer. We are players, referees, and coaches who give our time to make sure your game is a pleasant experience.

Women playing soccerWe believe that we have designed the best system possible, and strive to make sure our member leagues and over 6,000 member players are able to play as much soccer as they want for the lowest possible cost.

 

 

 

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