BRSC United announced on Wednesday, May 3rd the hiring of Jared Moss as the new head coach for the 2023 Women’s Gulf Coast Premier League Season. Coach Moss has been coaching for twenty years. His experience includes over ten years as a competitive coach at Ascension Flight, three seasons as the Dutchtown Boys Assistant Head Coach (2018-2021), and as the current head coach of Dutchtown Girls since 2021. Coach Moss also served as the President of Ascension Flight Soccer Club from 2013-2021.
A native of Mandeville, Coach Moss attended Mandeville High and captained them to a State Championship in 1997. He went on to play collegiately at Tusculum University.
Coach Moss currently holds a USSF B, United Soccer Coaches National Diploma, and GK 1/2, National Youth.
“I am excited to be a part of BRSC United and looking forward to getting to work with some of the best players in our region,” said Moss.
Joining Moss on the 2023 staff is Adam Shaw. Shaw grew up in Glasgow Scotland and played professional and semi-professional soccer for six years.
“I am very excited to start and see where the team can go,” said Shaw. “We are looking forward to challenging the players both on and off the field while making sure it is a positive experience for everyone.”
Previous stops in Coach Shaw’s career include five years at Motherwell Football Club in Scotland, seven years at Ascension Flight Soccer Club, and one season at Dutchtown High School. Shaw’s coaching qualifications include USSF F, USSF E, USSF D, National Youth License, TOP Soccer, SFA Youth Levels 1.1 – 1.3, and SFA Adult Levels 1.1 – 1.3.
The Baton Rouge United Women are back and they’re looking to recapture their place at the top of the Women’s Gulf Coast Premier League. Season passes are on sale now for only $30. Each pass is valid for one adult entry into all five (5) BRSC United home matches. Each pass also includes a Rep The Red Stick sticker. Kids 13 and under get in free with any BRSC jersey. Tickets purchased at the gate will be $10 for adults and $7 for youth (18 and under). Youth ages 13 – 18 get in for just $5 when wearing a BRSC top.
Games will feature local and regional semi-professional players. Coach Jared Moss will lead the team this season.
Concessions will be provided by Papi’s Fajita Factory at each match with fresh-made tacos, nachos, margaritas, and beers.SEASON PASSES
- Access slocaltix.com and create an account
- Use the search bar to locate “Baton Rouge Soccer Club” under venues
- Purchase your season pass or individual tickets for May 13th
- Verify your shopping cart before checking out
- Ordering multiple tickets will send 2 emails, the first email with the receipt and 1st ticket, the second email containing the remaining tickets (check your junk inbox)
- Once you receive your tickets, download them to your Apple Wallet immediately
- If you are an Android user, a screenshot of your ticket will work, or you can download the free “Passes” app from the PlayStore and store your wallet there
- Another way to access your tickets and passes are by signing into your slocaltix account and clicking the ticket stub button at the bottom
- Date: Wednesday, May 3rd, Friday, May 5th (new dates; updated 5/1)
- Time: 5:00 – 6:30 PM
- Cost: $25 (non-collegiate players)
- Location: Olympia Stadium (7211 Perkins Rd, Baton Rouge, LA 70808)
- 13-May | Baton Rouge United v Central Louisiana FC | 4:00 PM Olympia Stadium (H)
- 20-May | Baton Rouge United v Shreveport United | 7:15 PM Olympia Stadium (H)
- 27-May | Cajun Rush v Baton Rouge United | 7:15 PM Cajun Rush Field (A)
- 3-Jun | Flowood FC v Baton Rouge United | 7:15 PM TBD (A)
- 10-Jun | Mississippi Blues v Baton Rouge United | 7:15 PM Clinton High School (A)
- 14-Jun | Baton Rouge United v Cajun Rush | 7:00 PM Olympia Stadium (H)
- 17-Jun | Baton Rouge United v Mississippi Blues | 7:00 PM Olympia Stadium (H)
- 1-Jul | Shreveport United v Baton Rouge United | 7:15 PM Loyola Messmer Stadium (A)
- 8-Jul | Baton Rouge United v Flowood FC | 4:00 PM Olympia Stadium (H)
- 9-Jul | Central Louisiana FC v Baton Rouge United | 3:00 PM Louisiana Christian College (A)
The Alliance of Regional Premier League Will Serves to Establish Joint Minimum OperatingStandards and Crown the National Amateur League Champion
NEW ORLEANS, LA (SEPTEMBER 19, 2022) – The Alliance of Regional Premier Leagues, a new coalition of the United States’ top amateur leagues, has convened and agreed to represent its members as one, unified force.
All Alliance members wish to cooperate to maintain and promote high-level amateur soccer, and each believes that forming the Alliance will benefit the leagues and all national amateur soccer competitions.
In accordance with its first objective, the Regional Premier Leagues have sent a letter to the United States Adult Soccer Association (USASA) offering to explore a tournament to determine the National Amateur League Champion.
Leadership from the Atlantic Coast Premier League, Cascadia Premier League, Eastern Premier Soccer League, Gulf Coast Premier League, Midwest Premier League, Mountain Premier League, and Southwest Premier League all signed the Regional Premier Leagues’ founding agreement.
“We want what’s best for amateur players and young players looking to find their way up toward careers in the game. The Alliance of Regional Premier League creates a powerful advocating voice for that athlete,” said Eastern Premier Soccer League President Mo Sheta. “This is a historic moment for the game in the United States. The Alliance creates a bond at the amateur ranks that USASA and U.S. Soccer must recognize.”
Alliance members will retain all current partnerships and sponsorships, and collaborate with USASA to strengthen relationships within the entire amateur structure.
“The Alliance is a vital next step for the regional leagues to achieve a stronger voice within U.S. Soccer and on the national soccer landscape,” said Southwest Premier League President Matt Morse. “Some regional leagues have been around so much longer than the professional leagues, and we want to harness that heritage and history to create a better future for amateur clubs and amateur athletes.”
Each potential new member applicant must be affiliated with an organizational member of US Soccer or sanctioned by US Soccer and will be admitted upon a two-thirds (66.7 percent) affirmative vote.