Washington Youth Soccer administers two leagues at the state level, the Regional Club League (RCL) and the South Sound United League (SSUL).
The Regional Club League (RCL)
is the highest level of league play at the state level. The league is made up of the top 20 clubs in the state and provides the highest level league play and player development.
The South Sound United League (SSUL)
is comprised of 7 associations in South King and Pierce counties. Its mission is to provide local, like-versus-like competition at an affordable price for recreational and select teams.
The North Puget Sound League (NPSL)
is a competitive youth soccer league that is a partnership of Washington Youth Soccer. NPSL’s mission is to supply a competitive venue to its teams that makes geographic sense and is not limited by Region or Association boundaries, is economical in both cost and time, and ensures “like or comparable” competition.