Greater Chester Valley Sports Association

P.O. Box 382, Malvern, PA 19355

No dogs allowed at our fields: 137 Line Road, Malvern, PA 19355

Since 1977, GCVSA has continuously provided a soccer environment which fosters a lifelong love of the sport. GCVSA offers a comprehensive program, commensurate with player skill level and desire. We are focused on soccer development and training in a culture centered on fun, camaraderie and teamwork.

Summer Pickup Soccer for Boys/Girls Ages 8-14

Summer Pickup Soccer will be held Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays 5-7PM from June 1st until July 22nd. The fee is $40 for 2 months or $25 for one month.

Our insurance requires all participants to register.

Questions? Contact Allan Greaves at AllanGCVSA@gmail.com


Accepting Late Fall Soccer Registrations

  • Clinics through Division (1st – 12th grade) Registration
  • Pee Wee (PreK & Kindergarten only, Evening Program) Registration
  • Squirts (3 and 4 yrs old only, morning and afternoon Program) Registration
  • Kickers (PreK & K, morning and afternoon program) Registration
  • On time registration ends June 30th. After June 30th, a late fee will be assessed for Clinic, Division and Pee-Wee.


Three Soccer Organizations Form Alliance FC

Greater Chester Valley Soccer Association, Phoenixville Area Soccer Club and Marple Newtown Soccer Association Join Forces

GREATER CHESTER VALLEY SOCCER ASSOCIATION, PHOENIXVILLE AREA SOCCER CLUB and MARPLE NEWTOWN SOCCER ASSOCIATION are proud to announce their new travel soccer program, ALLIANCE FC.


Alliance FC provides a developmental training program to establish a competitive continuing travel soccer program for players of GCVSA, PASC, and MNSA as well as others who share in the vision. "Stronger Together", explains Allan Greaves, Alliance FC coordinator, "The new club was created as a joint effort to enable club members to advance their competitive club soccer careers with their teammates and extend their soccer network with others who have the love of the game."


"This is an exciting time for our soccer programs," states Ron Klos, President, Marple Newtown Soccer Association. "This was a wonderful opportunity to pool our talent and establish a long term competitive training program to advance our Associations and Club missions."


Alliance FC is committed to serving the players above all else in respect to team assignments, competitive opportunities, and coaching and staffing decisions. The goal is to provide soccer for as many U13-U18 players as possible who have the desire, skill, and commitment to meet the expectations of youth travel soccer.


"Collaborating with other local clubs to provide opportunities for players in our communities is gratifying," says Andre Calilhanna, President of PASC. "We’re combining resources and ideas – it really is an alliance being built on shared values and a desire to deliver something worthwhile to these players and families."


"Having been involved with soccer programs through out Chester and Delaware Counties for many years, it is exciting to see our three programs collaborating and helping our players excel," comments Neil Davis, President of GCVSA "This will continue to make our players and programs stronger."


For more information about the Alliance FC please log on to www.AllianceFCPA.com or follow us on Twitter @AllianceFC_PA. Contact Allan Greaves at allangcvsa@gmail.com or 215-779-6154 for player development and try out questions or sponsorship opportunities.


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Sports Medicine

Bryn Mawr Rehab Hospital specializes in the treatment of sports related concussions helping you to return to an active, productive lifestyle. Call 484.596.5000 or learn more.

Summer Soccer Text Blasts

In the event of field closures for pickup soccer or travel training, please sign up for cellphone text blasts.

No cellphone info was carried over from the Spring season.


GCVSA Newsletter Read the April 2015 newsletter