Distirct II CCSL Spring League

Registration for CCSL Spring League is now  open!


Teams must apply for CCSL Spring League online using the GotSoccer application for the Cal North District where they register. Links to Spring League applications for each district can be found on the CCSL section of the Cal North. District 2 team, should select District 2 to start the registration process, and use your existing GotSoccer team account, do not create a new one.
Spring 2014 age groups are the same as Fall 2013. Applications close on February 24.

Team Fees:

District 2 teams fees are $100 for U8 to U10 aged teams, and $250 for U11 to U19 aged teams.
Some Clubs will collect fees from teams for CCSL Spring League; others will require that you pay your fees online at the time of application. Please contact your Club, League or District Administrators for details regarding new player registration and team application fees.

Play Dates:

Teams will play a schedule of 8 to 10 games, with most brackets scheduled for 9 games.
Games will be scheduled on Saturday and/or Sunday depending on home field availability. First games will be the weekend of March 29.

Spring League Philosophy:

CCSL Spring League is a developmental season for boys and girls. Our goal is to allow maximum roster flexibility, providing opportunity for teams to try new players, new formations, new opponents, with an emphasis on player development and participation. Teams may select the bracket they wish to play in according to their developmental goals for the season. There will be no awards in Spring play and results will not be used for fall seeding.

Brackets are formed to balance geography and competitive levels – lower level teams (Copper and Bronze) tend to be geographically clustered (close together), while higher level teams tend to travel to find more competitive level of play.

Team Rosters:

Teams may participate with their fall 2013 rosters or with “Paper” or “Secondary” Rosters. A Secondary Roster may consist of previously registered players from different Cal North teams and or newly registered players, so teams with early tryouts can use their new players for Spring League.
Secondary Rosters cannot be used for Cal North tournaments. Please consult your club Registrar for further information
Teams will also be allowed guest players for Spring League games. Guest players must be registered with the same Cal North Registration League as the participating team.
U8-U10 teams will play 8v8 with modified fields and rules.
U11-U19 teams will play 11v11 for CCSL Spring League. 
Standings for past Spring League games can be found by clicking by going to PAST STANDINGS found on the 
PLAYING LEAGUES menu located on the District II Home Page.