North vs. South
Are You Ready!
The Eleventh Annual "California Premier League State Championships" will be held at Bartholomew Sports Complex in Elk Grove Ca. November 10 & 11. The finest teams from the Cal South Coast Soccer League- Premier League are headed for a showdown with the Cal Soccer League -Premier League Champions from Cal North to discover which teams are clearly "the Best of the Best."
Cal North – Cal Soccer League (CCSL) and Cal South - Coast Soccer League (CSL) founded the first truly Club Soccer State Championship and designated it as "The California Premier State Championships." The format for this event pits the winners and finalists of the CCSL - State Premier League from Cal North against the CSL Premier League Champions and Finalists from Cal South. Each association sends their two best representatives in the Premier League age groups of U14, U15, U16 and U17 for both genders.
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The California Premier League Championships were designed as an event to showcase the best boys and girls soccer players within the California State boundaries and would be advertised as such. CCSL/Cal North and CSL/Cal South host this event in alternate years.
The California Premier League Championship has become one of the great events for scouting purposes for many college coaches of both genders. It allows coaches to observe players conditioned to the rigors of travel, competitive schedules, and disciplined training who have already demonstrated great skill and abilities by finishing at the top in their own Premier League play.
Last year, the competitive attitude between the players approached that of professionalism. The players were there to play soccer and the coaches were there to guide their players. No attitudes, no agendas, just a mutual desire to play soccer at the highest level possible. In addition, all of the Premier teams did just that, they all played magnificently and treated the spectators to a great display of skill, desire, and more importantly, sportsmanship.