Power Soccer

Power soccer allows those with disabilities the opportunity to play the most popular sport in the world!

Power Soccer is the first disabled competitive team sport designed and developed specifically for people of all ages and genders who use a power wheelchair. Participants include people with quadriplegia, multiple sclerosis, muscular dystrophy, cerebral palsy, head trauma, stroke, spinal cord injury, and other disabilities.

Even if you have very limited physical abilities, you can participate and find great success. On the power soccer court, every athlete is equal!

Some players may walk between games while others use power chairs as their primary means of mobility. DASA Power Soccer Teams have athletes as young as five, as well as a number of older adults. Power soccer is played on a basketball court and each team is allowed 4 players on the court at one time (4 on 4). Soccer season is September-June.

  • DASA SLSG Flames are the beginner team.
  • DASA SLSG Firecrackers are the competitive intermediate team.
  • DASA SLSG Cyclones are the competitive advanced team.

Using a Power Soccer Chair

A power soccer chair is a specially designed power wheelchair capable of going up to 6mph and is equipped with a front bumper guard used for dribbling, passing, and shooting an oversized soccer ball.

Just like its able-bodied counterpart, power soccer takes a great deal of strategy, coordination, and skill to become great. Typically, you will learn and play as a recreational sport first, then graduate to one of our competitive teams.

Exhibitions & Competitions

St. Louis & Columbia Area

The Jerry Frick Memorial Power Soccer tournament for all competitive divisions is held in February every year. Keep an eye on our calendar for the dates, times, and locations.

National Championships

Teams from across the country come together to compete for Division Championship in June every year. Keep an eye on our calendar for the dates, times, and locations.

You can also train for the USA Soccer Team!

On October 8, 2007, Team USA earned a landmark victory by winning the first-ever World Cup competition in Tokyo, Japan. As members of the United States Power Soccer Association (USPSA), our mission is to repeat this historic World Cup win through our commitment to teamwork, training, leadership, organization, and enthusiasm with respect, integrity, sportsmanship, and a positive attitude on and off the court.

If you’re new to Power Soccer and interested in playing on one of DASA’s teams or going for the gold, contact us today!

The United States Power Soccer Association (USPSA) governs the sport of power soccer in the United States. USPSA promotes the sport on a national and international level through tournament play, referee certification, training, and growth. It is the mission and hope of the USPSA that all persons who use power wheelchairs will have the opportunity to play and experience power soccer. https://www.powersoccerusa.org/

Participate in Power Soccer this Season

Participating in Power Soccer is a wonderful way to socialize, build comradery, become physically fit, gain independence, develop self-confidence, and achieve great things. Please join us this season!

To get started, please fill out the New Athlete Form first, then fill out the registration form for the sport you’d like to play, and be sure to check out our calendar for the latest information. If you need assistance, contact us today. 636-477-0716

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