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"Volunteers are the only human beings on the face of the earth who reflect this nation's compassion, unselfish caring, patience, and just plain loving one another."  ~ Erma Bombeck

Youth soccer administrators are the backbone of Louisiana Soccer Association. We celebrate and thank each of our administrators and LSA is committed to helping each of you perform your tasks as efficiently and effectively as possible.


Registration.  Club and team administrators will conduct most of their registration duties through our registration platform, GotSport. GotSport is also the LSA scheduling platform so administrators will accomplish all of their scheduling and rescheduling tasks here as well. Both GotSport and LSA will assist you in any way to become familiar with the platform's many functions. To access GotSport's Registrar's Handbook
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Kay Briggs is LSA's Registration and League Manager. She can be reached at  or 225-766-0577 with any questions.
Annual Reports.  Administrators must make certain their club has filed an Annual Report with LSA. It is the information on these Annual Reports that enable LSA to maintain quick and effective communication with our membership.
Risk Management. LSA has adopted US Youth Soccer's KidSafe Program. To that end LSA has implemented policies and procedures to help insure that our kids are playing in a safe and fun environment. 
Coaching Qualifications.  To be a coach at the competitive level, one must earn the equivalent of a US Soccer National E-License. Coaches and their club administrators are responsible for insuring every competitive coach's licensing credentials are properly listed in their Got Sport account.
Insurance. LSA  maintains insurance for its membership. Often an LSA member who is looking to file an insurance claim will first go to their club or team administrator. LSA has made insurance claim parameters and procedures accessible on our website. Administrators can become familiar with these parameters and procedures and should direct players and their families to the Insurance page for reference.
All of us at LSA want to thank each of our club and team administrators as well as those volunteer administrators across the state who work with LSA to bring our soccer programs like ODP and TOP Soccer to life!