Space Coast United Soccer Club relies on volunteers to help us fulfill our mission while keeping costs down for our members. We would not be able to run successful and safe programming and events without the help of volunteers. We greatly appreciate all you do!

Teens may qualify for the community service hours required for a Bright Future scholarship and should submit the appropriate paperwork to their guidance office in advance.

Volunteer opportunities include helping with the Space Coast Cup and Space Coast Clash tournaments, Rec coaches, fundraising efforts, administrative tasks, marketing and communications, team management, and more! If you have a particular skill or experience you feel would benefit the Club, please contact our Club Administrator, Bev Gibbs, or our Board of Directors.


Volunteer Coaches

Coaches are needed for instructing training and coaching games for the Recreational programs. Weekday practices and Saturday game days.

Contact Hugh Cousins:


Field Marshals For Tournaments

Space Coast Clash in April
Space Coast Cup in November

Contact Hugh Cousins:

Field Marshals must be at least 16 yrs old.

Field Marshal Responsibilities For Tournaments

  • Report to the Site Desk and identify yourself as a Field Marshal volunteer.
  • Pick up your vest and exchange mobile phone numbers with the coordinator.
  • Ensure understanding of assignment: Field locations and Duration
  • Familiarize yourself with field numbers, the location of first aid supplies, medical personnel, restroom facilities, concessions, and tournament staff.
  • Visibility: Wear your Field Marshal vest at all times. Your visible presence makes a big difference.
  • Field Safety: Walk your assigned area of the park and check for debris. If you spot a safety concern that you are unable to resolve on your own, notify a tournament official.
  • Dogs: If you see unleashed dogs, kindly remind owners that this is strictly forbidden.
  • Injuries: Direct injured players to first aid or summon assistance by contacting a tournament official in the event a player must be attended to at the field.
  • Introduction: If possible, introduce yourself to referees and coaches before the games so they know to contact you if there are any problems.
  • Maintain Distance: Keep spectators a safe distance behind the touchlines. Chairs are not allowed on the turf, ask spectators to move to the concrete.
  • Behavior: If a problem persists among players or spectators, report the incident to a tournament official.
  • Run referee match reports back to the tournament office.
  • Report to the Site Desk to notify tournament staff of your departure.
  • Return your vest.
  • Report any issues to the tournament staff that may require follow-up or monitoring by your replacement.