The League Champions Cup is a competition between the league champions from the Washington Youth Soccer Regional Club League (RCL)
and B.C. Soccer Premier League (BCSPL)
. The two leagues represent the highest level of play offered in both Washington and British Columbia and the League Champions Cup stems from the long history of soccer exchange programs dating back to the 1950s. The Cup, established in 2013 to provide additional player development opportunities to members of the two leagues in the spirit of past competitions, features league champions in the Under-13 through Under-16 Boys and Girls age groups. The league that wins the most cumulative games will claim the Cup for that year.
The Washington Youth Soccer RCL is comprised of the top 19 youth soccer clubs in the state and provides the highest level of league play and player development available in Washington. Likewise, the BCSPL has eight member clubs as part of a broad-based plan for player development in British Columbia, and is part of a comprehensive approach to improve player development in Canada.