Several adult soccer leagues in the Twin Cities area use the National Sports Center fields for league play. Visit each leagues website for schedules and information. The Minnesota Women's Soccer League was formed in as a way to fill a void in competitive women's soccer in Minnesota. Starting with just a few teams, there are now over 60 teams and have grown to be one of the largest women soccer leagues in the midwest. The MWSL is broken in 5 different levels of skill. The league consists of multiple divisions, based on skill level and groups within each of the divisions.
To find leagues in your area check out our directories to contact your state association. As the largest adult soccer organization in the United States, USASA's 54 state associations plus national and regional leagues help our , players feed their passion for the game. State Association must file a report for all new and existing leagues registered in their State Association. The report must include league name, address, city, state, zip, email, phone, website, number of players and a contact. State Association must be current on all player registration payments for new league and current leagues. League must be a new league never registered with USASA before that registers players during the current calendar year.
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