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Deadline May 15
New Clubs will need to get prior approval by Cal South www.calsouth.com . League requirements on left side of CSL front page under LEAGUE REQ
Play dates are Sept. 7 - Nov. 17 for U14-19 (so players can participate with their High School teams). Sept.7 - Dec. 15 for U8-U13.
League Fees will be $450 (plus $1075 for Premier teams U16/U17/U19 and $500 for Premier U14/15)
U19 Premier is only for 2012 U17 teams moving up.
Performance Bond for new teams: $150
No League Cup fee
REY ORTIZ, Carlsbad Elite B16 Premier, 2012 CAL SOUTH PLAYER OF THE YEAR
JIMMY OBLEDA, Fullerton Rangers DOC, 2012 CAL SOUTH BOYS COACH OF THE YEAR
B9 Champions Barcelona USA Academy/Finalists FC Blades
G9 Champions Eagles/Finalists LA Premier FC
B10 Champions FC Golden State Academy/Finalists Celtic Harps
G10 Champions Eagles / Finalists CSA Cypress White
B11 Champions Barcelona USA Gold /Finalists FC Los Angeles Black
G11 Champions Fullerton Rangers White/Finalists Eagles
B12 Champions Barcelona USA Academy / Finalists FC Man UTD
G12 Champions FC Blades/ Finalists Lazers SC
B13 Champions FC Golden State Gold/Finalists Baldwin Park UTD
G13 Champions LA Premier FC / Finalists Lazers SC
B14 Champions Olimpia SC Pachuca / Finalists CFC Unouchables
G14 Champions BYSC Blue / Finalists Crescenta Valley Blue
B15 Champions FC Man United / Finalists Oxnard Wave
G15 Champions FC Man United / Finalists NHB Black
B16 Champions FC Man United / Finalists Spartans CO United
G16 Champions Downey FC / Finalists FC Los Angeles Black
B17 Champions CUSC Blue / Finalists Oxnard AC Blue
G17 Champions Select Cities Avalanche / Finalists Barcelona USA Red
B19 Champions HG Eagles / Finalists Simi Valley Eclipse
G19 Champions FC Golden State Black / Finalists Lazers SC
For 2013, The Southern California National Premier League (SoCalNPL) will not only be accepting applications from existing CSL Clubs but also from individual CSL Premier level teams as well as qualifying Clubs/Teams from other Western States.
By widening the scope of participating teams to include teams from smaller clubs, we expect the standard of play to be even broader than it was this past year.
The Southern California National Premier League is a member of the US Club Soccer National Premier Leagues. The National Premier Leagues (NPL) offer a platform for long-term player development by providing consistent and meaningful games between the region’s top players and also provides opportunities for players to be scouted by U.S. Soccer national staff. Winners of each league within the NPL will qualify for US Club Soccer’s National Premier Leagues Champions Cup. More information about the National Premier Leagues can be found on the NPL website at nationalpremierleagues.com.
Also beginning in Spring 2013, The SoCalNPL will be hosting its inaugural season for girls’ clubs and teams. With the addition of the girls’ side, the SoCalNPL is now providing a complete and unified national developmental platform with the highest level of competition in its geographic area designed to elevate and change the competitive youth soccer landscape based upon US Club Soccer’s fundamental principles.
The founding members of the SoCalNPL for the boys’ are Albion SC, Carlsbad Elite, DMS 11, Fullerton Rangers, La Premier, Heat FC and Las Vegas SA.
In addition to these core clubs, other select teams and clubs will now be invited to participate for the 2013 season.
Acceptance of these teams and/or clubs will be based upon the following criteria:
1. History of Elite Youth Player Development;
2. History of Success in Elite Competitions Tournaments and Leagues;
3. Coaching Staff – Level of the Club’s Technical Staff, coaching education;
4. Overall positive club reputation within the Soccer Community.
If your club or team is interested in participating in the SoCalNPL and is confident it can play at the Premier level, then please contact the SoCalNPL director at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Fullerton Rangers Do It Again!
For the second time in two years, Fullerton Rangers White (CA-S) are national champions, notching a 1-0 victory over Challenger Crew Jrs (OH-N). For the second time in two years, Fullerton secured the title without conceding a single goal. Fullerton’s goal came when George Castro received the ball with his back to goal in the 16th minute, spun his defender and beat he keeper far post. Castro netted a tournament-leading four goals this week. Saturday’s game was a much closer contest than the game between these two sides on the first day of play, which Fullerton won 4-0.
The field must be rectangular as in full sided (11v11) soccer, it can not be square.
The field may be a minimum of 40 yards wide, and a maximum of 50 yards wide.
The field may be a minimum of 70 yards long, and a maximum of 80 yards long.
The goals may be between 6 to 7 feet high, and may be between 18 21 feet wide.
Mark a HALFWAY LINE.
The CENTER CIRCLE is an 8 yard radius.
CORNER ARCS are 2 foot radius.
The GOAL AREA is marked 6 yards to the side of each goalpost, and 6 yards out into the field.
The PENALTY AREA is 14 yards to the side of each
goalpost, and 14 yards into the field.
The PENALTY SPOT is 8 yards out from the center of the Goal Line.