Junior Season Starts 10/14!


Click here for Junior Season DRAFT Schedules

(All Junior Schedule Changes must be made by 10/6/2017)

USA Soccer is one of the longest standing leagues in the Tampa Bay and surrounding areas.  We are primarily a scheduling body, but our ultimate goal is to provide a rich, organized playing experience for players, coaches and parents alike. We hold true to our ideals of fair, equitable play for all and thank you for being part of a soccer experience that shapes our youth.



Senior Season extended til 4/30/2017 to allow make up of games

cancelled due to the hurricane


Why should I join the USA League?


Click here to view USA Senior Schedules 


USA Adds 9U Developmental Division for Upcoming Season

Click Here to View 9U Format



Click link above for all the exciting details!

And better yet, USA has negotiated a discount if you enter – use these codes

There are four Promo Codes, one for each Bracket Price. It is very IMPORTANT to write the whole Promo Code.

There are 4 different voucher codes. Please be sure to use the correct voucher code that corresponds with your age group.
FIGO1TRXWRM – U8-U10 Boys and Girls teams
FIGO2PMHRMH – U11-U12 Boys and Girls teams
FIGO3FDXHDY – U13-U19 Regular Brackets (all 11v11 teams EXCEPT U13 Boys and U15 Boys)
On the first page of registration you will see that it asks for Voucher#. Type in the correct voucher number that corresponds with your age group to receive your 15% discount. Contact sheridoback@verizon.net for a screenshot w/instructions how to enter.


USA League England Tour

USA sends 19 players from Rangers, Dunedin, Englewood, Sarasota FC
on tour of a lifetime – Check out this itinerary!

Responding to the Referee Problem

In response to the growing issue of training and retaining quality referees, the USA Executive Board has taken a hard look at the reason for the referee shortage.  Referees have cited concern for personal safety; inappropriate player, parent and spectator conduct and lack of respect as some of reasons for the referee shortage.  The following measures will be implemented for the upcoming season:

  1. Require member clubs to host referee training courses (new or refresher) once every three years,  to increase the referee pool.
  2. USA will offer several online MANDATORY training sessions, to educate referees on USA Bylaws, Rules and Regulations and appropriate game day procedures. 1st class July 30th, 8 pm (online).  Click here to view the 2017-18 Referee Information Session.
  3. Increase Referee Fees, for approx.$20/player, to attract and retain quality officials.
  4. Require coaches to be responsible for parent and spectator behavior. (FYSA rule)
  5. Continue the Referee Mentoring program; Senior Referees will provide hands on observation and training to younger referees.
  6. Continue the use of the Referee Assessment Report; tool to provide feedback and follow up.
  7. Continue to utilize central Referee Assignors, to ensure fair and objective officiating at all USA league games.


Send in your Team Applications

Age 8-14 – Junior applications due 8/1
Go to the Junior Application



Click here to see how South Carolina is going to extreme measures

to address the Referee issue.





FYSA President Cup Champions

Congratulations to Cape Coral Cyclones u13G’s team and Manasota’s U15B’s team who recently won the FYSA President’s Cup championship. They will proudly represent the state of Florida, the USA soccer league and their respective clubs at the Region III Presidents Cup competition in Tulsa, Oklahoma next month.

Joan Judd Grant Winners

Ramius Stiehler

Chandler D. Hatcher
Lex Abel
Jake Jordan
Hailey Beyett

5 outstanding USA Soccer High School Seniors were honored at the Joan Judd luncheon on 6/4/17.

Mike Connell, Merritt Guthrie, USA Board Members and Greg Zak, USA Co-Administrator were on hand to present checks in the amount of $500 per player. A great afternoon was had by all.

Click to view ceremony pictures

Congratulations to our Re-elected Board Members

Paul Van Steenbergen

VP Senior Boys
Alan Langford

Mark Butcher

Recent changes to the Tryout rules

You may hold tryouts on April 1st or after provided certain guidelines are met (e.g. all tryouts must be publicly posted and players remain bound to their existing club for the balance of the current seasonal year).

As the current rule reads, “A player may attend a publicly advertised tryout starting April 1st but would not be able to join that team/club until the end of the seasonal year(late May or early June)”.

FAQ about Tryouts

Q. Why the change in date?

A rule change was passed at the 2016 FYSA AGM to allow for tryouts to start earlier. All clubs state wide may now hold tryouts starting April 1st. Clubs will be able to run and hold open tryouts as they see fit as long as it’s within the FYSA provided guidelines.

View the guidelines