The U.S. Virgin Islands Soccer Association (USVISA) was founded as an official member to Concacaf and CFU in 1987, and duly constituted and registered in the US Virgin Islands as a non-profit organization in 1992. The USVISA became a Member of FIFA in 1998 and is currently headquartered in Estate Bethlehem, St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands.
The statutory purpose of USVISA is:
A. To constantly improve, promote, and regulate the game of soccer throughout the territory of the U.S. Virgin Islands (USVI), in the light of fair play and its unifying, educational, cultural, and humanitarian values, particularly through youth and development programs.
B. To organize competitions in Association Soccer in all its forms at a national level, by defining precisely as required the areas of authority conceded to the various leagues of which it is composed.
C. To draw up regulations and provisions and to ensure their enforcement.
D. To protect the interests of its Members.
E. To respect and prevent any infringement of the statutes, regulations, directives and decisions of FIFA, CONCACAF, CFU and USVISA as well as the Laws of the Game and to ensure that these are also respected by its Members.
F. To prevent all methods or practices which might jeopardize the integrity of matches or competitions or give rise to abuse of Association Soccer.
G. To control and supervise all friendly soccer matches of all forms played throughout the territory of USVI.
H. To manage international sporting relations connected with Association Soccer in all its forms.
I. To host competitions at international and other levels.
J. To assist in settling any difference which may arise between and among members and between members and the Association.