OUR SOCCER COMMUNITY
Our soccer community is made possible by players like you!
Team Reps, Referees and Board Members - our league could not function without the hard work of all our wonderful volunteers.
Are you interested in becoming a part of one of these hard working teams?
KMSL EXECUTIVE BOARD
Knoxville Metro Soccer League is managed by the annually elected the Executive Board, which consists of the following positions:
- Vice President
- Media Officer
- Field Officer
- Member at Large
You can run for any position by sending an email indicating your interest to email@example.com by July 15th of each year to be eligible for consideration by our Team Reps at the KMSL Annual General Meeting which is typically held mid-August. Special elections may be held to fill open positions mid-year.
KMSL DISCIPLINE COMMITTEE
Knoxville Metro Soccer League uses a panel of five volunteers to form our Discipline Committee.
This committee reviews all red card, double yellow and persistent infringement events as defined by the 12-Point System for Adult Players (TSSA Policy 9).
You can volunteer to be a part of the DC by sending an email indicating your interest to firstname.lastname@example.org at any time.
Why become a referee and join TVSRA? In short, it will provide you: monthly education and training sessions; allow for a welcoming environment to new referees; create and strengthen bonds between all our referees; and, result in the betterment of your skills to ultimately benefit the game of soccer.
The Tennessee State Soccer Association is a leader in providing coaching education and recognizes that continual life-long learning opportunities are the basis for the growth of the game and player development in our state.
We partner as an affiliate of the US Youth Soccer Association (USYSA) under US Soccer to offer courses with a variety of organizations. This includes a partnership with the Creative Coaching Academy (CCA) and United Soccer Coaches (formally the NSCAA), a non-profit association of soccer coaches at every level of the game that conducts educational offerings through a coaching academy program. These courses are called “diploma programs” and are intended to be information oriented.
However, since US Soccer is the national governing body, they are the only organization recognized by soccer’s world governing body, FIFA, to be able to issue a soccer coaching "license.” The TN Soccer coaching education department provides US Soccer courses locally.