Do Something Athletic “DSA” was formed in 2016, and has been passionately dedicated to making the youth and amateur sports experience from the standpoint of coaching, team organization, parent participation athletic education and entertainment a better and more productive experience for team sports and groups.
DSA is the linkedin of amateur and youth sports, the largest database of youth and amateur athletes, coaches and parents. DSA allows its user to connect, communicate and chronologically capture their entire youth and amateur sports participation. By creating and sharing a profile card which contains everything about your sports career (your resume) including Bio, video highlights, photos, awards, achievements, stats, social media, and much more making DSA a must have piece of equipment for every and all sports. On top of being your digital sports resume DSA helps manage your teams schedule, communication, media and news with a host of other features to help make the best of your sports career. DSA also provides a plethora of information, news, media, entertainment, resources and exposure to its users through it's DSA network. The best way to show and prove who you are as a Athlete, Coach or dedicated Parent is to become part of the biggest youth & amateur sports network and community. Do Something Athletic (DSA) and let us document and help manage it all.
" If it's not on DSA it didn't happen"
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