Nashua World Cup Soccer was founded in 1982. The club provides youth soccer players with the opportunity to play competitive soccer at the highest level permitted by the United States Youth Soccer Association. This includes competing for league, state, regional and national championships in the applicable age groups. Our dedicated coaching staff will provide your child with quality coaching so that they learn how to play and enjoy the great sport of soccer. Our club is committed to developing youth soccer players. Younger player programs focus on maximizing player development transitioning to a competitive travel program for older boys and girls. We draw players from all over the greater Nashua area. Players from Massachusetts may also join Nashua World Cup if they obtain the required approval from both state soccer associations. We have a very professional soccer club that is well respected throughout the Eastern Regions of the United States. We expect that each player attend each of the two practices per week, and the game(s) on the weekends, unless you are excused by the coach. The club hosts an annual Columbus Day tournament each year, in addition each team participates in two additional tournaments.
Micro Soccer Program
World Cup is offering another session of its popular Micro Soccer Program this coming fall. The program is designed to introduce the young soccer player (U5-U6) and family to the great game of soccer. Our Micro Soccer program is run by licensed trainers that have years of experience playing the game, teaching the game and enjoying the game. The Micro Soccer Curriculum is designed by the Club's training staff to encourage player development while maximizing FUN and LEARNING. The ultimate goal for a Micro trainer is to turn kids on to the great game of soccer and have them develop that same passion for the game that all World Cup trainers share.
World Cup will once again be offering the Soccer Academy Program for young soccer players (U7-U8), who are looking for the best soccer program to help them become better skilled players while developing a passion for the game. The Academy will also participate in the Early Development Program (EDP) which can provide a fun, flexible yet competitive environment with 4v4, 5v5 and 6v6 game formats where the Soccer Academy players get a chance to compete with players from other neighboring clubs.
Nashua World Cup has been providing youth soccer players the opportunity to play competitive soccer for over 20 years. By focusing on player development and recruiting experienced, certified coaches, World Cup consistently fields premier level teams. Nashua World Cup is the only NH club to have a team that has won the Region I Tournament of Champions.