The PSPL offers a variety of leagues, tournaments, programming and competitive events. Check below for more information:
Washington State Premier League, WSPL: this is premier-level soccer and our highest divisions. There are two divisions, WSPL1 & WSPL2. Teams are expected to travel statewide. Top teams in WSPL1 advance to Northwest Champions League and National Premier League Finals. For spring season, the top division for U11-U14 teams is called Super League and they play eight-game season. In the fall, all WSPL teams play twelve-game season. Ages: U11-U19.
Puget Sound Classic League represents strong select teams that want to advance to premier or remain in Classic divisions. Classic can have up to three divisions per age group and gender. Efforts are made to keep the divisions regionalized to Puget Sound or to Eastern Washington. Teams (U11-U14) can play Classic in the Fall and Spring seasons. Twelve-game season in the fall; eight-game season in the spring. Ages: U11-U19.
Puget Sound & Inland Copa Leagues are entry-level leagues for rec-select or former district select teams. This is our entry level league to select soccer. Travel is limited to the region. The PSPL offers Copa Leagues for Puget Sound and for Eastern Washington (Inland Copa). The league is offered in the Fall and Spring seasons. Teams play ten-game seasons. Ages: U11-U18.
Senior Girls Premier League is our premier and NPL level league for senior girls. The league offers WSPL, Classic and Copa divisions. Season potentially stretches from December to April with breaks for showcase tournaments, ID camps and holidays. This calendar changes seasonally due to weather and scheduling challenges.Ten-game season. Ages: Girls U15-U19.
Puget Sound Development league is our development league for U8-U10 teams and is played primarily at Starfire on modified fields. U8 & U9 teams play 8v8. U10 teams play 9v9. Eight-game season. Ages: U8-U10.
Spokane Development League is the development league for U8-U10 teams and all games will be played at Plantes Ferry in Spokane Valley. U8 & U9 teams play 8v8 and U10 teams play 9v9. Eight-game season. Ages: U8-U10.
Central Washington Development League is the development league for U8-U10 teams in central washington region -- Wenatchee, Othello, Moses Lake, Ellensburg, Yakima, Tri-Cities and Walla Walla. Eight-game season.Ages: U8-U10.
Puget Sound Recreational League for players and teams that want to play recreational soccer that emphasizes skills, fun and short travel. Geographical region: Issquah, Burien, Maple Valley, Sumner, Puyallup, Tacoma. Ten-game season. Ages: U8-U14.
Washington Cup: state-wide cup tournament that draws more than 400 teams statewide and from northern Idaho. The format is a two-legged competition that takes place across the month of April for all ages except for senior boys, which occurs in Jan-Feb. time frame. Winners in top division advance to US Club Regionals for free. Ages: U10-U19.
Skagit Super Cup: club-wide tournament that takes place Aug. 14-16 at the Skagit Soccer Park in Burlington, WA, beautiful green manicured grass fields. Canadian teams will be joining the tournament. The tournament is for all club teams to celebrate soccer and enjoy the festivities. There will be juggling contests, raffle tickets, dunk tank, coaches scrimmage, goalie wars, live DJ, VIP tent and the best soccer-tournament camping in the state of Washington. REGISTER HERE.
US Club Regionals: regional based tournament run by US Club Regionals that draws top competitive teams from five-state region. Tourney takes place end of June. Winners advance to National Cup. Ages: U12-U18. Click National Cup for more information.
Events & Programming
Northwest College ID Camp: The PSPL hosts a college ID camp for all high school-age players considering playing soccer in college. More than 30 college coaches come from all over the United States to run training sessions and evaluate aspiring collegiate athletes. The camp takes place end of January @ Starfire. Ages: U14-U18.
PSPL Surf Academy: an elite player development program that identifies top players in Washington who aspire to play college or professional soccer. Selected players receive additional training and compete at regional and national showcase tournaments such as Surf Cup. Click ACADEMY for more information.
Coaching Education: The PSPL has teamed with the NSCAA to offer coaching licenses at all levels as well as offers its own special topics and other coaching education opportunities around the state. For more information, click Coaching Ed.
PDP Progam: The PSPL hosts US Club Soccer's player identification program every February or March to idenify state's top players for its national id2 player camp. Click id2 for more information. Program is free for the players but they must be selected by PSPL Academy coaching staff and the club's DOCs. Click id2 more information.
Coaching Summit: annual coaching symposium hosted at Starfire at the end of May that brings national coaching talent to the region for a series of training sessions and lectures on the latest trends in coaching.
Washington Cup: a two-legged state cup for US Club Soccer and PSPL teams that takes place in April. Winners of the top division advance to the US Club Regionals for free. Ages: U10-U19.
Skagit Super Cup: Club-based tournament Aug. 14-16 at the Skagit Soccer Park in Burlington, Wa. Canadian teams participate as well in a scholarship fund-raiser for the Surf Academy program. There are goalie wars, live DJ, coaches scrimmage, juggling contests, VIP tent and the best tournament camping in the state. Ages: U8-U19.REGISTER HERE.
US Club Regionals: Regional tournament that run by US Club Soccer representing top teams from up to five states. The regional tournament is open to all teams and winners advance to the National Cup. Ages: U12-U18.