The Sonoma County Women’s Soccer League (SCWSL) is a nonprofit organization that encourages the advancement of women’s soccer within Sonoma County by demonstrating the true spirit of soccer through competitive, fun and fair play.
Any woman aged eighteen (18) years and older, who is not enrolled in the California Youth Soccer Association (CYSA), High School, Collegiate, or other affiliated soccer club (other adult recreational leagues are an exemption).
If they are enrolled in the stated leagues, they are ineligible to play in the SCWSL for that particular season of play.
There are two different divisions of play: Competitive and Recreational.
WHO CAN PLAY
Games are played on Sundays, usually at 9am or 11am, with the occasional 1pm game. There are two seasons, Spring (March-June) and Fall (August-November), and each season is 12 weeks long (not including weeks off for holidays).
WHEN WE PLAY
Currently, games are played at grass fields in Santa Rosa, Rohnert Park, Petaluma, and Windsor. The first few games in the Spring session are usually played on turf fields due to weather concerns (and subject to field availability).
WHERE WE PLAY
HOW TO JOIN
Cost: It is $950/team/session, but that is usually split by the number of women on the roster, which can be up to 25.
It is up to the discretion of the team manager as to how they split the cost amongst their team, and it is the responsibility of the team manager to collect the money and pay at the Managers Meeting, which happens before each session.
Jerseys: It is up to individual teams to provide jerseys, as the league does not provide. A player may be required to pay an additional cost for the jersey.