CASA has sponsorships with organizations to improve the soccer experience for our players. Here is information on our current sponsors. If you are interested in becoming a sponsor for CASA, please contact the CASA President, Mr. Bill Thomas. firstname.lastname@example.org
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Dick's Sporting Good's partners with CASA to support CASA's involvement with youth soccer. In addition to providing supplies to our recreational program they are the main sponsor for CASA's Mid-State Classic tournament. Please visit Dick's Sporting Goods for all of you sporting and recreational needs!
CASA is proud to partner with Soccer Shots Harrisburg. Soccer Shots is the perfect program for your future CASA players ages 2 - 8. Help your child learn to love the game and get a feel for the basics. Soccer Shots Harrisburg is an engaging children’s soccer program with a focus on character development. Soccer Shots now has an international reach but it started right here in Central PA!