The Queen Anne Soccer Club is a member club of the Seattle Youth Soccer Association. Our aim is to provide an opportunity for the youth of Queen Anne and Downtown Seattle, Washington to participate and develop in the game of soccer within a fun and safe environment, promoting individual skills and fitness, team play, sportsmanship and a passion for the game.


The Queen Anne Soccer Club is governed by an all-volunteer Board of Directors. The Board meets monthly to coordinate our programs and to develop new initiatives to meet our organization’s goals and objectives. Please e-mail us if you are interested in joining our dedicated team.

The President's responsibilities are as follows:

  • Officially preside at all meetings
  • Act as Chairman of the Board
  • Be the official representative of the QASC
  • Be authorized to sign checks
  • Vote only to break a tie at general and board meetings
  • Ensures the Club operates within all governing organizations and documents
  • Nominates non-officer positions within the Club

The Secretary's responsibilities are as follows:

  • Attend to all correspondence for the QASC
  • Keep detailed minutes of all Board and general meetings
  • Keep records as necessary
  • Be responsible for the QASC only with the knowledge and permission of the President

The Treasurer's responsibilities are as follows:

  • Have full charge of the finances of QASC
  • Report on the finances at all Board and general meetings
  • Submit financial transactions and the status of finances at the Annual General Meeting
  • Be authorized to sign checks

The League Representative's responsibilities are as follows:

  • Attend the SYSA meetings as the QASC representative
  • Report changes, information, and developments from the SYSA to QASC

The Registrar's responsibilities are as follows:

  • Owns process of registering players for soccer programs provided by QASC (i.e. Spring and/or Fall)
  • Sending appropriate forms and fees to the WSYSA for all participating players, coaches, and officers

The Coaching and Player Program Director's responsibilities are as follows:

  • Scheduling coaching clinics
  • Establish training and development programs for players during the seasons
  • Organize Academy training
  • Provide resources for coaches and players about various soccer programs in Seattle

The Mini Program Coordinator's responsibilities are as follows:

  • Assign registered players to teams for ages U6 and U7
  • Answer parent questions
  • Help recruit coaches
  • Organize Opening Day
  • Organize end of season tournament schedule
  • Organize end of season Collection Day

The Judicial Representative shall be responsible for attending all the Judicial committee meetings as a representative of Queen Anne Soccer Club.

The Field Coordinator's responsibilities are as follows:

  • Scheduling fields for team practices and games
  • Maintaining of fields and goals throughout the fall season - hang nets, line fields, etc.
  • Field Advocate for QASC

The Website Manager is responsible for maintaining the QASC club website weekly or as needed.

The Equipment Coordinator's responsibilities are as follows:

  • Purchasing and maintaining Club uniforms and equipment such as soccer balls, nets, goals, first aid kits, etc.
  • Distribute equipment to and collect equipment from coaches as needed
  • Managing and reporting on inventory of Club equipment