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Parents' Corner

PASC Adult Recreational Soccer League

We are pleased to announce the inaugural season of PASC's Adult Recreational Soccer League! The league is designed for adults who are looking for some exercise and fellowship in a recreational soccer environment. Novices and players past their prime are welcome to come out and enjoy the game your kids are already in love with.

Click here for additional information and to register.

PASC Parent Code of Conduct

We ask all parents to please review and follow the parents' code of conduct during club activities.

Concussion Information and Resources

Phoenixville Area Soccer Club Concussion Information

Phoenixville Area Soccer Club (PASC) has chosen to follow EPYSA’s policy on Concussion Procedure and Protocol.  The document can be found below.  

Coaches Training

Per the EPYSA policy, PASC is required to provide education materials to our members including but not limited to parents, coaches and players.  As allowed by the policy, PASC has chosen to use primarily electronic materials.   Consistent with the EPYSA Policy, PASC will use best efforts to have all house and travel coaches (professional and parent; head and assistant) certified using the CDC training for concussion management found at the following link:

Upon completion of the training the coach must retain a copy of their certificate of completion and provide a copy of that certificate to PASC.  PASC prefers that certificates be supplied electronically.  The coach can save a pdf file, take a screen shot, or take a digital photo of their computer screen upon completion.   If the coach cannot create an electronic file, they can print the certificate (recommended as a back-up plan for coaches using the electronic process), and mail the certificate. 

Phoenixville Area Soccer Club will keep records of all coaches who are required to comply with the training and of their completion.  Training should be refreshed biannually (every 2 years). 


Additional Resources

EPYSA Concussion information

CDC Concussion information

October 2013 3-part Article in The Mercury