Northwest Co-Ed Soccer League (NWCSL) is about playing and
promoting approximately 100 adult competitive and recreational
co-ed soccer teams in the Greater Seattle area. We serve 100+
teams participating in four sessions over the course of a calendar
year. NWCSL is a non-profit organization. We are affiliated with
Washington State Soccer Association (WSSA), United States Amateur
Soccer Federation (USSF), and Federation Internationale de
Football Association (FIFA).
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NWCSL only registers teams, not individual players
Need A Team?
Fill out our brief
questionnaire and we'll add your name to our player list for
managers seeking players. CLICK HERE
September 26-28, Men's
Open and Men's Masters Tournament. $500 Entry Fee.
- WSSA Sanctioned
- 3 Game Minimum
- 30 Minute Halves
- Prize Money and medals awarded
- Champions Trophy
Additional details and
Managers, you can go to
this links and submit an evaluation of your referee.
Evaluations will go directly to our Eastside & Seattle
assignors. Please keep your remarks relevant to the game.
EASTSIDE REFEREE EVALUATION
With this link, you'll see the
list of all games listed below "league" title. Click on arrow,
scroll down to "NWCSL", click on "Show" and from the resulting
list, find the your game, click on the little symbol in
"Referee" column. Fill the information and send it.
SEATTLE REFEREE EVALUATION
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Contact these phone
numbers if you encounter field lighting problems.
Game Changes or Forfeits?
Game changes/forfeitures must be sent to
Notification of forfeits should be made 48 hours in advance to
allow notification to opposing team and referee. Forfeited games
will not be rescheduled. Teams forfeiting in less than 48 hours
will be subject to a $75 fine.
Your WSSA Card Online!
You can now renew your
WSSA soccer card online at the WSSA website
As a Washington
State Soccer Association affiliate, all NWCSL players must
register with WSSA to participate in league
Seattle Sounders on your THIRD straight Champions Cup
Congratulations Diane Hagedorn as the 2005 recipient of the WSSA Barney Kempton Award for her long time contributions to the game of soccer.!