THE CANYON HILLS SOCCER ASSOCIATION (CHSA) is one of the largest and most successful youth sports organizations in North Orange County with over 1,200 soccer players and 100 teams with ages from 4 to 19, CHSA continues to promote soccer in the Anaheim Hills area as a inexpensive and fun youth program, in a safe and positive environment.

There are 3 levels of soccer, and Canyon Hills Soccer Association (CHSA) has all 3 levels; (1) Recreation level, (2) Signature level – our team name is “Canyon United” (3) competitive Club level- BOCA OC


  • Director of Fields
  • Director of Scheduling

Please complete the Nomination Form below and send it to Andy Medlin at

  2021 CHSA Nomination Form

Looking for Signature Coaches!

CHSA’s signature program, Canyon United is looking for coaches for the 2021 season!

CHSA’s signature program is a great intermediary step between recreational and club level play.  You can find out more about Cal South’s signature program at

All applicants will need to fill out an application and submit it to by April 26th.  Coaches will be selected by a committee of CHSA board members.  Applications are available by email or off of our website at the link below.

Please contact Link Elliott at with any questions


Spring 2021

Spring 2021 Tiny Tots and Grass Roots Program


The plan: 

Tiny Tots- ages 2 to 5

Wednesdays or Fridays

4pm to 5pm

Grass Roots- ages 5 to 9

Wednesdays or Fridays

5pm to 6pm

Sessions runs for 8 weeks

$80 per session

(a session is one class per week- choose Wednesday or Friday)

Classes start Wednesday, March 3.

All classes held at El Rancho Charter School.

What protocols are you following to keep players safe?

CHSA is an affiliate league with Cal South soccer- meaning all players and trainers  are covered under the Cal South insurance.  All trainers are licensed through US Soccer and have completed all required training and courses as mandated by Cal South.  All trainers have an approved Live Scan with the Department of Justice.  

CHSA is following the mandates from the California Dept of Public Health, the County of Orange, the Cal South Protocol and Prevention Guidelines and the Cal South Return to Play Phases and Responsibilities







As an affiliate league to Cal South, CHSA is following all the protocols and guidelines as set forth by Cal South, County of Orange, and the State of California.  

For more information, please review the following links:

California Dept of Public Heath- December 14, 2020 update

California Dept of Public Health Industry Guidelines: Youth Sports

Cal South 

Cal South- Phases and Responsibilities

Cal South- Prevention and Response Protocols

How to Clean:

CDC Self Checker:

CDC-How to Wash Hands:

CDC- Protecting yourself

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