USL SUPER Y-LEAGUE
Super Y League season begins in mid-March and continues through the end of August, with a break in mid-June. The game dates do not conflict with FYSA State Cup. We also have chosen to leave Easter, Memorial Day and Labor Day free for tournaments or vacations. Super Y rules specify minimum standard requirements on game field conditions, referee qualifications, host team duties (water on benches, trainer etc..) on game days, and 10 day in advance rescheduling procedures. The predictability of game day functions make for a better overall experience for the player and fan alike. Also, most of the time all the teams in a Club play the same opposition Club on the same day; so families with multiple players can expect to be at the same locations for games.
Why play for a Super Y team?
The future of soccer lives in the USL Super Y-League, a professionalized system that is the first step for developing elite youth soccer players in North America. Affiliated with US Soccer and partnered with US Club Soccer, the league is designed for talented youth players destined for professional or international careers. The league contains the youth academies of USL First Division, USL Second Division, Premier Development League, W-League, and Major League Soccer clubs, as well as many of the established premier youth clubs. Through Olympic Development Program status events such as the North American Finals and National ODP Camps, the nation’s top players are identified for selection to US National Team Programs. The 2006 campaign features over 800 teams within the U13 – U17 boys and girls age groups competing within 10 geographic divisions of the U.S. and Canada.