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Nolensville Soccer Club

The Nolensville Soccer Club (NSC) exists to provide opportunities for Nolensville youth to experience the game of Soccer, learn fair play, cultivate their skills, and develop a love for the game.

The Nolensville Soccer Club is a recreational Soccer Program available for children 5 - 14 (and growing).  With a strong emphasis on keeping kids active while learning about the game of soccer we take pride in being able to offer an experience that is healthy and fun. As kids start out in the program, it's all about fun, playing with friends, and learning to be part of a team. We put great effort into making these first years enjoyable for the kids. The quality of the players going through the program makes for a fun atmosphere whether your kids are just getting started or have played for several years.

Coaching is primarily conducted by parents of the players. There are also often opportunities for clinics by experienced soccer professionals.

We run a Spring and a Fall season each year. Spring signups start in January with the practices starting in March and the games in April and May. The Fall Season registrations start in June with Practices starting in August and Games in September and October.

If you are interested in helping run the program, we are always looking for help on our soccer board. The Soccer Board is a group of all Volunteers who help make the program what it is and look for ways to improve the experience for the kids.

We hope you will join us!

Nolensville Soccer Club

For More information email [email protected]

Soccer Shots of South Nashville

Nolensville Soccer Club is excited to announce our partnership with South Nashville Soccer Shots
Soccer Shots will now facilitate our U5 and below programs 
Contact directly here 

Coaches from South Nashville Soccer Shots will run the practices and mini games for all 2-5 year old soccer players in Nolensville Soccer Club
Check out this video to see a quick preview!

Osburn Park Soccer Complex

Here are the top 5 reasons we believe this partnership is an amazing opportunity for our Soccer Club and your beginning soccer player:
1)  Soccer Shots Coaches are trained and background checked and are continuously evaluated to ensure that they are implementing the Soccer Shots curriculum and being the best possible role model they can be
2)  Coaches are required to use a developmentally appropriate practice plan with a strong emphasis on character development and skill building
3)  All Nolensville Soccer Club players ages 2-5 will receive a consistent first exposure to the sport of soccer.  This will increase the overall quality of play in our older age groups, as these players bring these skills with them as they grow older.
4)  Much greater flexibility and choice per family in regards to practice night and start time
5)  Nolensville Soccer Club can now offer soccer as young as age 2! 

NSC News

Helpful coaching tools and links to educational opportunities can be found on our Coaches Page.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Questions about registration, practice times, etc? See our FAQ page to learn more or contact us at [email protected].

Picture Schedule Fall 2023

Weather Policy

Soccer is an outdoor activity that may sometimes take place in less than comfortable weather conditions (temperatures, precipitation, etc). The safety of our players, coaches, and referees is our most important function as a soccer club.

If you see lightning or hear thunder, regardless of proximity to the field, all practices are to be paused and coaches, players, and spectator should move to the safety of their vehicles. Don't not seek shelter in breezeways or other open structures. All teams must wait 30 minutes from the last visible lightning or heard thunder before returning to the field. This is not an optional policy. Coaches found to be in violation of this policy will be held responsible.

If precipitation begins before or during a practice the head coach is responsible to determine that fields are safe for play as long as there is no lightning or thunder per the rule above.

If lightning or thunder is detected the head referee and/or NSC officials will stop the match and ALL participants MUST clear the fields immediately and seek shelter in their automobile. There will be a 30 minute waiting period after lightning is detected before play can resume.

In the event of heavy rainfall, the head referee and/or NSC officials will make the decision about game delays or cancellations. If it is determined that the fields are safe to play on and there is no thunder or lightning in the area...we are playing! If the fields become unsafe for players or referees (flooding, slipping, etc) matches will be stopped. We are asking all parents and players to be patient and flexible in case there are delays in matches.

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