Florida State Premier League
The Florida State Premier League is a newly formed football league for boys and girls teams in the state of Florida. The new football competition is designed to provide elite teams in the region with a competitive level. The league will have over 90 games played per day and will consist of approximately 200 clubs. It will be overseen by the Florida Youth Soccer Association. It will offer elite teams in the state of FL a chance to compete against some of the country’s best.
The FCL is the state soccer association that facilitates the state’s premier soccer leagues. It is organized by the Florida Youth Soccer Association’s State Office and is overseen by the Florida State Premier League Commission. The Florida State Premier League is designed to provide elite, competitive play for U13-U19 teams. The FCL supports a variety of programs for the clubs that include scholarships, free opportunities for coaches, and other opportunities.
The Florida Club League is another youth soccer league. The league’s mission is to help kids develop their skills by providing them with competitive opportunities in their communities. While the goal of the Florida State Premier League is to provide the best possible opportunity for youth soccer players, the FCL is designed for the needs of all ages. The competition is organized through regional divisions in the state. Each team will play in the top divisions.
The Florida State Premier League is affiliated with FYSA, which promotes competitive soccer throughout the state. The leagues are comprised of age-appropriate competitions for youth and adult teams. Each league is governed by a governing body. The FSL works with fellow club directors and leaders to provide the best soccer experience for the teams that participate in the competition. It is the only professional soccer organization in the state of Florida dedicated to providing the best soccer experience in the state.