Founded in 1976, West-Mont United Soccer Association (WMUSA) is one of the oldest organized youth soccer programs in the region. The program was started as Valley Soccer Association (VSA) and was hosted at Perkiomen Valley High School with just 2 co-ed teams. Over the years the program grew and by the early 1990’s player enrollment reached 1,000.
As the area grew, so did the needs of local school districts. The fall of 1994 was the last year the entire program ran on the present day location of Evergreen Elementary School in the PV School District. The program continued to grow and by the late 1990’s enrollment surpassed 1500. At the same time the search began for a permanent location.
In 2001, through the goodwill of the Gottshall family, HillTop Farm on Royersford Road in Limerick was purchased. Along with the purchase, the name was changed to West-Mont United Soccer Association (WMUSA). The name better reflects the geographic location of the areas we serve. By 2003 player enrollment reached its present day membership of 2,500.
WMUSA provides organized youth soccer activity for any child who wants to learn and play soccer. We are not school district restrictive and are considered an open soccer club. While most of the boys and girls come from the communities served by the Spring-Ford Area School District, Perkiomen Valley School District and the surrounding vicinity in Western Montgomery County, we do have members from the greater Philadelphia area who participate in our various soccer programs.