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Welcome to NSSA

A proud 40-year tradition


NSSA promotes youth soccer throughout the Roseville Area and Mounds View public school districts in the north metro area of the Twin Cities. We serve approximately 2,000 youth soccer players. Welcome to our Club!

To register a player for any NSSA program, first you must join the North Suburban Soccer Association network. Click on Join our Network in the left column to start the process.

November / December Winter Training Schedule Posted

10/24/2016, 5:00pm CDT
By NSSA Communications

Winter training for all C1 (and select C2) NSSA Competitive Teams will begin Sunday, November 13. Please use the link below to see your November/December winter training schedule. All teams will train on Sunday and either Tuesday or Thursday. Click here for your winter training schedule:

U9/U10 Player Evaluation for Spring 2017 Competitive Teams

10/06/2016, 10:00am CDT
By NSSA Communications

NSSA will hold a 1-day player evaluation for U9 and U10 boys and girls, January 7. If you have a player interested in competitive play, registration is now open. For details, visit:

Register now for NSSA Individual Skills Training Programs. Click the links for details, dates and registration links.

FST Footskills Training for U7-U12 players and Strikes & Saves for U9 - U18 players. Visit:
Friday Night Futsal - Visit:

NSSA Welcomes Joey Matesi as Goalkeeping Development Director

08/22/2016, 10:30am CDT
By NSSA Communications

Visit our new Goalkeeper Page under the Competitive Tab

Matesi brings over 7 years of coaching experience as an assistant and head coach from both the club and high school level. He holds a USSF National “D” License as well as an Advanced National Goalkeeping License. Matesi is also member of the Minnesota ODP Team and Goalkeeping staff. Currently Matesi is the Head Boys Varsity Coach at Chanhassen High School and an Assistant at Macaelester College. 

Over the past 7 years Matesi has worked at Maplebrook Soccer club as the Director of Goalkeeping. He created a well-respected goalkeeping program, which became a key destination for all competitive goalkeepers looking to develop their game. The goalkeeper program at Maplebrook was a direct result of Matesi's dedication to showing the importance and development of goalkeeping. 

He has spent the past 6 years working with and developing players of all levels. In his time as a goalkeeping coach he has helped developed several NCAA D1 goalkeepers, and worked with and developed many others from the D2, D3, and NAIA levels as well as a Paralympian national team goalkeeper.