scott schedule

  WNPL,WSPL & SUPER LEAGUE CLASSIC LEAGUE REGIONAL COPA LEAGUE DEVELOPMENT LEAGUE PUGET SOUND RECREATIONAL LEAGUE
Level of Play Premier Entry Level Premier & Select Select Premier/Select Recreational
League and Division Seasons WNPL, WSPL- Fall - Boys 11U-19U  Fall- Boys 15U-19U     Fall/Spring 6U-19U
WNPL, WSPL- Aug- April, Girls 15U-19U  Aug- April, Girls 15U-19U     
WNPL, WSPL - Fall, Girls 11U-14U       
SUPER - Spring, Boys/Girls 11U-14U Fall/Spring - Boys/Girls 11U-14U Fall/Spring - 11U-19U Fall/Spring- 9U-10U
SUPER- Fall, Spring Girls ("Trapped" League) Fall/Spring- Girls ("Trapped" League)    
SUPER- Spring, Boys ("Trapped League") Spring- Boys ("Trapped" League)    
SUPER- Winter, Boys 15U-19U Winter- Boys 15U-19U Winter- Boys 15U-19U  
Typical Length of Season          (# of Games) Fall- 10-12 games Fall-10-12 games                                                                                                                                                                                   Spring- 6-8 games                                                                                                                                                             "Trapped"- 6-8 games                                                                                                                                                               Aug-April, Girls 15U-19U- 10-12 games Fall- 10 games Fall - 8 games Fall- 8-10 games
Spring- 8 games Spring- 8 games
"Trapped"- 6-8 games "Trapped" Leagues-  6-8 games
Aug- April, Girls 15U-19U- 10-12 games Aug- April, Girls 15U-19U- 10-12 games Spring- 8 Games Spring - 6-8 Games Spring- 6-8 games
Winter- 6 games Winter- Boys 15U-19U- 6 games
   
Purpose of League  WNPL league winners advance to National NPL club competition. Automatic Promotion to winner of designated "primary league" League for players and teams with multi-sport athletes and for those who want more than REC Focus on player development  Entry level to the game of soccer
Promotion/Relegation rules apply (see Classic)             Automatic Relegation to last place finisher of designated "primary league".