• Golden Gate Women's League
    Visit the home site for the Golden Gate Women's Soccer League (GGWSL). The GGWSL is a USSF and CSAN affiliated league run by volunteers. As of Spring 2008 current membership includes fifty-six teams, in eight divisions. Teams are located throughout the San Francisco area, including Oakland, Marin and South San Francisco.

    The GGWSL plays two seasons: a fall season (which runs September to December) and a spring season (which runs March to June). Each season consists of ten games.

  • San Francisco Soccer Football League
    We are pleased to announce a partnership with the San Francisco Soccer Football League (SFSFL). The SFSFL teams are located throughout Northern California. Games are primarily played in San Francisco at the Polo Fields and Beach Chalet in Golden Gate Park, Crocker-Amazon Grounds, and Boxer Stadium (formerly Balboa Stadium), but fields are also located in Hayward, Portola Valley, San Jose, Pleasanton and Santa Rosa.

    The SFSFL season runs from March until November each year. There is a mid-season break usually from mid June to late July. Games are played on Saturdays and Sundays in the mornings and afternoons.

    As part of this partnership the Seals will donate a portion of all ticket sales purchased through the SFSFL website to the league. Look for other events as well.

  • Premier Development League (PDL)
    The soccer stars of tomorrow live in the only national development league for men's soccer, the Premier Development League. The PDL provides top US and Canadian players under 23 years of age with the opportunity to perform in a professionalized setting during the summer months while maintaining their collegiate eligibility.

  • Fans of the U.S. Open Cup
    These folks will be expanding their coverage of the U.S. Open Cup this year.

    Note that this site is not affiliated with U.S. Soccer or the U.S. Open Cup in any official way.

    They are going to be putting together a feature ranking the greatest cup runs of the Modern Era (1995 - present), and the Bay Seals' run of 1997 will hopefully find it's way into the Top 2 or 3. (Many rank it #2, just behind the Rochester Rhinos winning it all in 1999.)

    They are working to get in touch with a few of the members of that 1997 team who could talk about that historic cup run.

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