2014 WSA Scholarship Winner
Jeremie Dedea
Jeremie Dedea is one of our two WSA College Scholarship program winners in 2014. Jeremie completed his soccer this past Spring playing for FC Premier Milan. He also served as a captain of the Westfield High School Varsity team this past fall.  Jeremie is now enrolled in Rutgers University. He may pursue a career in the field of education. We wish him much success at Rutgers and thank him for his thirteen years of active participation and leadership within WSA programs.
The Westfield Soccer Association offers Scholarship Awards to graduating High School seniors who have contributed to the success of the Westfield Soccer Association program. Scholarships will be awarded in increments of $500.00 or $1,000.00 and the Scholarship program is open to any Westfield Soccer Association member (Players and Referees) in good standing entering a post secondary institution. Scholarship applications for 2015 graduating seniors will be available on April 1, 2015.  To apply, click here: WSA Scholaship Application
Our Mission Statement
To promote the sport of soccer in the Town of Westfield by:
  • Providing maximum opportunities for our youth to learn and play the game of soccer
  • Teaching sportsmanship and fair play
  • Training and educating players, coaches, referees and parents
  • Allowing each player to realize his or her individual potential by providing high quality technical training
  • Sponsoring soccer programs and events for the community
  • Working within the community to provide safe fields and facilities for soccer
  • Assuring that all programs have the objective of making soccer a worthwhile and enjoyable experience and...HAVING FUN!!!

Please consult the WSAs 2014-2015 Program Guide to choose the program that is right for you.


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