League Organization and Leadership Team for Cal North
We're dedicated to bringing soccer to kids in your community. Find out more about the nine geographic districts that make up Cal North and explore your district.
District 1 is a dense urban environment where often the biggest challenge is finding a place for practice or play. Nonetheless, affiliated leagues offer soccer year round - traditional fall leagues, several rapidly growing spring leagues, and a summer league.
Leagues register players to play on teams at all levels of skill - from recreational to competitive.
District 1 teams also participate in Cal North statewide competitions such as CCSL, CNPC, tournaments, and Cal North Cups.
The District 1 Administration is composed of a wonderful group of dedicated volunteers working together to offer new and better opportunities for youth soccer.
Cal North District 2 serves families in over 20 local leagues in San Mateo, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, San Benito, and Monterey Counties.
They offer youth players of all abilities the opportunity to play the greatest game in the world — and learn some valuable life lessons along the way as well.
Some call it soccer; others futbol, but all can call District 2 home.
Recreational players can play within their home league, or as part of a play-through league that includes teams from several neighboring leagues. Competitive players can play on teams bracketed within a metro area — or all the way up to statewide leagues.
While the primary playing season for District 2 teams is the fall, District 2 also offers a developmental spring season — with tournament play for fun experiences in the summer.
Cal North District 4 is located in the East Bay area of Northern California and includes the eastern edge of the San Francisco Bay: Alameda, Walnut Creek, Castro Valley, Southern Alameda County, West Contra Costa County, Lamorinda, Vallejo, Delta, Benicia, Oakland, Hayward, Diablo Valley, Mount Diablo & Martinez. Cal North affiliated leagues in District IV offer soccer year round - traditional fall leagues, several rapidly growing spring leagues, and a summer league.
The District Administration is composed of a dedicated group of volunteers working together to offer new and better opportunities for youth soccer.
District 4 teams participate in all Cal North programs.
District 4 leagues represent all levels of skill including recreation and development, competitive and premier. Many of our District 4 teams participate in statewide tournaments and programs such as the State and Association Cup, the Olympic Development Program, and the State Playing League, CCSL and CNPC.
The number of registered youth players in District 4 has more than doubled. This amount of growth presents significant issues in an area with overdeveloped real estate.
Most league play is recreational, and teams may participate in more than one league. Competitive teams play in leagues outside of District 4.
Cal North District 6 affiliated leagues offer soccer traditionally in the fall. However, District 6 also offers a developmental spring season. District 6 leagues offer players of all abilities the opportunity to play soccer whether it is TOPSoccer, Recreational, or Competitive.
TOPSoccer is an Outreach Program for Soccer and is a community-based soccer program that is designed to meet the needs of children aged 4 and older with physical and/or mental disabilities. The program is geared toward player development rather than competition. Recreational players can play within their home league/club, or as part of a play-through league that includes teams from several neighboring leagues/clubs. Competitive players can play on teams bracketed within a metro area or all the way up to statewide leagues. Those with exceptional abilities can pursue the Olympic Development Program (ODP) which helps jettison them to state, regional and US Soccer’s youth national teams.
District 6 teams also participate in Cal North statewide competitions: tournaments, State, Presidents, Association, and Founders Cup. Additionally, District 6 also hosts local tournaments and events within the District.
Besides player development, District 6 also offers opportunities for coach and referee training through regular clinics and courses.
A wonderful group of dedicated volunteers not only serving on the District board; but also serve on our league and club boards as well as being coaches.
Cal North District 7 encompasses most of Fresno, Madera, Kings, Tulare & Inyo counties. District 7is composed of 23 member leagues and over 20,000 registered players in Competitive and Recreational Playing Leagues. District 7 teams participate in league, tournament and Cup play during the Cal North calendar year. League programs are designed for all levels of youth soccer from recreational and developmental to competitive. District VII teams and players have achieved the highest honors in Cal North programs and competitions with many former District 7 players moving on to excel in collegiate, amateur, and professional soccer.
Cal North District 8 serves the Alpine, Amador, Calaveras, Mariposa, Merced, Mono, San Joaquin, Stanislaus, Tuolumne counties. They are sustained by the efforts of volunteers who display an extraordinary amount of commitment and hard work, ensuring that our programs have a positive influence in the lives of children. Affiliated Leagues strive to provide a service to their community by providing a healthy outlet for children, opportunities for the community to gather together, and endless hours of entertainment.
Cal North District 9 covers the counties of Lassen, Modoc, Plumas, Shasta, Siskiyou, Tehama, and Trinity. Our goal is to provide an opportunity for youth players of all levels of skill to participate in soccer programs.