The Pitt-Greenville Soccer Association (PGSA) is a non-profit, tax exempt association. Its purpose is to provide Pitt County and the surrounding area in North Carolina with an organized format in which to educate, promote and develop the game of soccer as well as encourage sportsmanship for youth, parents and other interested adults. The PGSA was formed in 1986, and has grown to serve thousands of children (ages 4-18) in Pitt County and the surrounding area, in addition to an active adult league. PGSA sponsors the Classic youth soccer division for ages 11-18 (PGSA Stars). Classic soccer requires the highest level of commitment, skill and dedication and usually includes greater travel distances. Academy level soccer is a development program for the U-8 thru U-10 player. The philosophy of the Academy Program is one of playing to learn the sport of soccer properly while minimizing the intense pressure to win. The Recreational League in partnership with Greenville Recreation and Parks is a program for children ages 4-16 which teaches the fundamentals and a love for the game itself by using various age appropriate formats and field sizes. The children are encouraged to touch the ball and have a good time. The game itself becomes the teacher. PGSA is also actively involved in training coaches and referees and works with the Greenville Recreation and Parks Department, the Pitt County School System and East Carolina University. The PGSA is a certified affiliate association of the North Carolina Youth Soccer Association (NCYSA).
Soccerplex behind DH Conley