Perhaps no other soccer club in the state has experienced as much growth in recent years as Birmingham United. By the time the spring season ends in June 2017, more than 6,000 kids will have played soccer for BUSA, three times more than the club registered just three years ago. During that time, the club has grown from 30 competitive teams to more than 70 this fall. Andrew Brower, executive director of BUSA, said with that kind of unprecedented growth, it was important to have a plan in place to ensure the quality of the soccer programs for everyone wearing BUSA colors. “I think one of the things we’re really excited about is to be able to now have a holistic program from top to bottom that covers soccer from the ages of 3 all the way to our semi-pro WPSL women’s team for kids that are playing in college and beyond,” said Brower.
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