Coed Divisions

Coed A- The highest level of coed offered. There is a semifinal for the top four teams in the standings after seven games and a final for the two teams that win the semifinals.  The rest of the division play a friendly game as the eighth game.

Coed B1– Still competitive but players and teams in this division are not looking to experience playing against the highest level. There is a semifinal for the top four teams in the standings after 7 games & a final for the two teams that win the semifinals.  The rest of the division play a friendly game as the eighth game.

Coed B2– Somewhat competitive.   These teams and players like a little bit of competition but not too much. There is a final, based on the top two teams in the standings, after 7 games.  The rest of the division play a friendly game as the eighth game.

Coed C- Players have a lower level of soccer experience.  Some have players have more experience than others. Overall it is a moderate amount of competition. There is no division winner and no playoffs.  All teams play eight games regular season games.

Coed D– Least competitive coed division. These teams and players are looking to have fun at a lower level of intensity. This division is recommended for beginners or people with less soccer experience and people wanting to get back into soccer after awhile.

 

Women’s League
Starting Summer of 2018 we will have one division available for women to register their teams.   After registration is over, we will group the teams as best as we can, based on previous seasons and players on teams’ rosters, and then split the teams up into two or three groups (A, B, C), based on the number of teams registered. We will evaluate how well teams do, especially in the inter-divisional games, to group teams in future seasons.  After we group the teams, they will be in divisions called:

Women’s A- all the teams will play one game against each other that count in the standings. The remaining games will be inter-divisional with the Women’s B division teams. Those games will not count in the standings. The top four teams will play a semifinal and final. All other teams will play a friendly game.
Women’s B– all the teams will play one game against each other that count in the standings.  The remaining games will be inter-divisional with the Women’s A division teams.  Those games will not count in the standings.  The top two teams will play a final. All other teams will play a friendly game.
Women’s C– all the teams will play games within the Women’s C group.  This group is just for fun and will have no standings.

 

Men’s Divisions
Men’s A– The highest level of men’s offered. There’s typically will be a semifinal for the top four teams in the standings after seven games & final for the teams that win those games.

Men’s B– Still competitive. Teams and players are still looking for healthy competition but not at the same speed of play of the Men’s A teams and players. There is a semifinal for the top four teams in the standings after 7 games and a final for the two teams that win the semifinals.  The rest of the division play a friendly game as the eighth game.

Men’s C– Still competitive. Teams and players are still looking for healthy competition but not at the same speed of play or technical ability of the Men’s A or Men’s B teams and players.  This division is just for fun and will not have a winner.