Jonathan Alder Soccer Association

Bringing Youth Soccer to Plain City since 1998


 

Our organization was started in the fall of 1998 and has grown substantially. We offer both fall and spring seasons for boys and girls beginning at age 4 through 8th grade.

Our teams play in 5 intramural co-ed divisions: Kickers (U6), Minis (U8), Cubs (U10), Juniors (U12) and Senior Division (U14). Each division plays on a different size field in accordance with the age of the players. All of these intramural games are played on Saturday mornings with our Senior Division playing games on some weekdays. Once in middle school our players (registration numbers permitting) are divided into girls and boys teams and play in the Middle School Soccer Association (MSSA) league. This league is made up of teams from around central Ohio such as Marysville, Hilliard, etc.

JASA is also a member of Ohio South Youth Soccer Association.

The Jonathan Alder Soccer Association, Inc. has been granted 501 (c)(3) nonprofit status by the Internal Revenue Service. Donations to the Association are tax-exempt.

If you would like a copy of the IRS determination letter, please contact: President, Jonathan Alder Soccer Association, P.O. Box 203., Plain City, OH  43064.

WHAT IS A NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION?

To be tax-exempt as an organization described in IRC Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, an organization must be organized and operated exclusively for charitable, religious, educational, scientific, literary purposes, testing for public safety, fostering national or international amateur sports competition, and the prevention of cruelty to children or animals, and none of the earnings of the organization may inure to any private shareholder or individual.

In addition, to maintain tax-exempt status, an organization may not attempt to influence legislation as a substantial part of its activities and it may not participate at all in campaign activity for or against political candidates.

To read more about Section 501(c)(3), please visit the Internal Revenue Service website.

Our fee structure:

KICKERS (U6) & MINI (U8)

Registration   $ 65.00

New Jersey/ Socks $25.00

CUB (U10) & JR (U12)

$85.00 Registration

New Jersey/ Socks $25.00

SENIOR (U14)

$125.00 Registration Fee

$40.00 Uniform.

Further Questions regarding the Fee Structure can be directed to the League Commissioner

Board of Trustees

Our Governing Board


 

Sean P Magginis – 

Sean and his wife Amy have three daughters, Rebecca and Riley(10) and Corynn(8). They have lived in Plain City for 10 years. Sean is originally from Toledo, but has lived and worked in Central Ohio for 25 years. He graduated with a degree in Turfgrass and Golf Course Management from Michigan State University in 1991 and has  worked for 30 years taking care of golf courses with the last 11 being employed with the City of Columbus Municipal Golf as Superintendent of Mentel Memorial GC. He has coached JASA for 7 years but enjoys coaching youth sports of all types. He believes that sports can teach kids many life lessons. Along with a strong family, community and faith it is a great tool for raising happy and healthy children. He is committed to the youth of our community and helping to provide affordable, positive youth sports to our area.

Andy and Heidi Kellet – 

Heidi and Andy moved to Plain City in 1990. All four of their (now adult) sons played for JASA beginning with the first year of the league. They have been involved with JASA in one capacity or another (coach, referee, and/or board member) since then as well. Even with their sons long since aged-out of the program, they enjoy being able to give back to the organization and will work to help ensure JASA provides a fun and affordable soccer experience for the greater Plain City area. 

Sean Bichsel – 

Sean grew up in Plain City and has played soccer since he was 4 years old. After playing in the inaugural seasons of JASA he went on to play for four years for the inaugural teams at the High School and later went on to play at Bluffton University. he returned to be an assistant coach for the Jonathan Alder High School Girls Varsity and JV teams from 2007-2009 and has coached a number of MSSA boys teams on and off over the past few years. He finally decided to join the JASA Board this past year as his two daughters will soon be old enough to play and he wants to ensure that the future of JASA is bright not only for them but for all players who hope to play soccer in the Plain City area.

 

 

Tom and Lynnette Bichsel – 

Co-Founders of JASA in 1998. Tom and Lynnette have a passion for providing the youth of the Plain City Area a quality youth sports experience where they can learn the fundamentals of the sport of soccer all while having an enjoyable time making them desire to keep learning and improving their skill sets. Currently Lynnette runs concessions and is treasurer of JASA. Tom is the Official Hot Dog Tester and does a lot with Field Maintenance. Tom is a retired school teacher of 28 years and Lynnette works in the corporate world.

Ricky Cordle – 

Ricky and his wife have twin girls that play in the Mini division and a 3 year old girl. He has coached his twins for the past two years. He joined the JASA board in the summer of 2017. Ricky is the Registration Coordinator along with the Kicker and Mini division coordinator.

Chas McCutcheon – 

Chas and his family moved to Plain City 4 years ago. They love the small town feel and the schools. He has a son in the kickers program and a daughter in the cubs. He has played soccer for over 30 years and coached for close to 10 years. Eight of them being at the high school varsity level. He is excited to see what he can do to help JASA and this community in any way that he can. 

If you would like to contact our Board of Directors please feel free to contact them via email at board@jasoccerassoc.org