Oct. 8-11: US Adult Soccer Will Hold Midyear Meeting in California

From Oct. 8-11, US Adult Soccer will hold their Midyear Meeting. Aside from the NBOD meeting, the National Council Meeting, and the Regional Meetings, the Hall of Fame Reception and Dinner will take place. Seminars over the weekend will cover leadership, the power of a linked website, and the future of female refereeing.

The events will take place at the Hyatt Regency (1107 Jamboree Rd, Newport Beach, CA 92660). You can reserve a room online under the USASA block. Registration for the meeting can be done online as well. You can register here before September 17. Guest registration is $150.00.

A tentative schedule of events has been released at usadultsoccer.com that includes the meetings, seminars, Hall of Fame events, and registration times. 

The National Board of Directors meeting takes place on Thursday October 8. On Friday October 9, following the welcome session seminars including: Leadership Training, Sport Ngin – Power of a Linked Website, and The Future of Women Refereeing with guest speaker Kari Seitz will take place. You can register for the seminars online.

The Hall of Fame Reception and Dinner take place on Friday evening. You can read about this year’s inductees at usadultsoccer.com.

On Saturday, October 10, the four regional meetings take place during the morning. The National Council Meeting will then take place in the afternoon.

You can get all the details that have been released under Midyear Meeting – Newport Beach, CA at usadultsoccer.com

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