About the California Regional League
The California Regional League (CRL) and U.S Youth Soccer formed the National League Pacific Conference, powered by CRL in 2018. The Pacific Conference, powered by CRL, will host the top clubs and teams throughout California, Cal South, Cal North and those clubs unaffiliated wishing to participate. CRL will be managed and administered from the Cal South Southern California offices.
The new National Leagues structure is comprised of 13 conferences throughout the country. The Pacific Conference will be powered by CRL, and will give teams the ability to participate in the US Youth National League Showcase Series.
If a team wins the Pacific Conference, powered by CRL, the team has a guaranteed spot at the US Youth Soccer Far West Regionals.
The Pacific Conference is a great place for the best competition in the west which includes an opportunity and pathway to the 2021 Far West Regional Championships and the 2021 US Youth Soccer National Championships Series.
In the Pacific Conference, a team would play every team in your division, with all games played in a quality performance environment. The champion is the team with the best record at the end of the season with everything decided on the field.
The primary focus of the CRL performance environment is to serve the needs of the athletes, coaches, clubs and parents, and to further the advancement of the game through accredited programing.
The CRL performance environment will further enhance the player performance pathway which aligns with U.S Soccer Standards and Player Development Initiatives (PDIs). As an official identification event, CRL will be scouted by Cal South PRO+ ODP scouts.