We are making some very exciting changes to our regional league, formerly known as the California Regional League. With the help and collaboration of directors of coaches across northern California we are redefining competitive soccer. We have heard you and understand your challenges and are looking forward to seeing you participate in our newly reimagined competition.
The Cal North Pacific Conference, also known as CNPC, is made up of two division of play. Teams must apply and be accepted into the competition. Competition begins in August and continues into May with Cal North hosted weekend competition that is compatible with the High School Soccer playing calendar. Games will be centrally hosted with boys playing two games on Saturday, and girls two games on Sunday (one game in the morning, and one game in the afternoon).
Team applications will remain open until brackets are full.
In addition to elite competition, the Cal North Pacific Conference, for player U15 and up, is also an opportunity for additional scouting exposure by ODP, US Soccer, MLS and college coaches. There are two showcase events in the early winter (November) and Spring (May).
With direct input from DOCs and Technical Directors, the Cal North Pacific Conference is poised to continue growing in its offering.
CNPC offers exclusive scouting opportunities in partnership with MLS, the Olympic Development Program, and the US National Team scouting program.
Only a max of 10 teams in each age and gender group will be accepted in the U13 to U17 age groups.
Teams are selected through our rigorous and non-biased selection process.
Supplementary playing opportunities that are accessible only through CNPC include the
CNPC Coaches and Team Managers can help CNPC and Cal North improve the Referee Program by evaluating referees following your CNPC Games. With your help, we can provide feedback to Referee Assignors and Mentors to recognize our best referees and provide more training where it is needed.
Please click on the link below to fill out a Referee Evaluation Form only if you actually observed a CNPC Game
Or submit your question below