The USYS National League will debut a new competition structure, beginning with the 2020-21 youth soccer seasonal year. The new structure features three primary areas of competition:
► National League Conferences — The primary league competition features 13 regionally aligned Conferences that operate team-based and club-based leagues while providing a qualification pathway to their respective US Youth Soccer Regional Championship (NCS).
► National League Showcase Series — (New) Provides opportunities for more teams to participate in showcases that match up similar teams from varying areas of the country in a national platform.
► National League Playoffs — (New) Top National League teams will compete in the Playoffs, held alongside select Showcase Series events, to determine the National League representatives to the annual US Youth Soccer National Championships.
National League Conferences
Below are the USYS National League Conferences and their corresponding geographies on the color coded map. Please click on a Conference logo to visit that particular Conference's homepage. All information is subject to change by US Youth Soccer.
National League Showcase Series
National League Playoffs
CLICK TO VIEW The National League Playoffs Homepage
The National League Playoff format features up to 16 teams in each age group (14U-19U Boys and Girls), with teams placed in groups of four. The winner of each of the four groups will advance to the USYS National Championships.
National League Archive
From 2007-2020, the National League featured teams competing in a league format in its national tier of competition. Click the links below to access historical information from the National League during that time period.