CalNorth – Cal Soccer League (CCSL) is a state wide playing league that provides competitive teams the ability to seek higher levels of competition. This will result in improved player and team development.
CCSL offers teams the opportunity to play in a state wide top level premier division or to play more locally. The main objective of the CCSL is to give the top soccer teams in Northern California an opportunity to play at the highest possible level week in week out. The CCSL board firmly believes this will become a magnet for college coaches and scouts throughout the country.
The league is open to all CalNorth affiliated competitive soccer teams within the U9 – U19 age groups. The CCSL board realizes the importance of placing teams within a competitive division and the integrity of the league relies on well balanced competitive divisions. We offer a fall, spring and winter league to accommodate the changing needs of Northern California.
For more information about the CCSL program, click here.
NorCal Premier Soccer League provides opportunities for soccer players with advanced skills to compete with and against others with similar skills and desires. The primary focus of the league is developing the child as a person first, and a player second.
To accomplish these objectives, this league has established a supervised program of competitive soccer games. This league shall focus on developing skills of the game and sportsmanship. This league shall make every effort to provide equal benefits to all registered members. Team admission to this league shall be without regard to race, creed or gender. The members, including officers, board members, coordinators, and coaches, shall maintain first and foremost, this league’s goal of developing a child as a person first and a player second.
For more information about the NorCal program, click here.
Santa Rosa Youth Soccer League provides a recreational program in our Empire and Santa Rosa South clubs.
|Description:||A program for all Under 6 and Under 8 players (minimum age is 4 as of August 1st of playing year), and also for older players through Under 19 of any skill level.|
|Focus:||Soccer fundamentals and teamwork.|
|Active:||August 1 to mid November.|
|League Games:||Teams compete against other teams within their club. Depending on the season, older teams may compete against teams from the other club or other leagues.|
|Tournaments:||Teams (Under 10 and up) may participate in the citywide annual City Cup Tournament against teams from the other club and teams from other leagues that may be participating in our in-house league.|
|Forming Teams:||Equal-strength teams are formed by club age-group coordinators/committees from all youths registered for recreation play in a club. Teams are built in two-year age groupings (Under 6 through U16) plus one three-year age group (Under 19). Separate boys and girls teams are formed in all age groups except Under 19, where either coed or gender-specific teams are formed or in Under 6′s. Registration takes place within each club beginning in April each year.|
|Coaches:||Teams are coached by volunteer parents, some with state-level coaching licenses.|
|Travel:||Division 4 teams generally do not travel, unless electing to participate in the state-wide annual championships (Under 10 and older teams only).|
|Typical Costs:||Registration fees.|