Salinas Soccer League
The Salinas Soccer League was founded in 2000, and is an amateur soccer league in Salinas, California. The team is currently a part of the Northwestern Conference and competes in the Western Conference. The club has been in existence since 2006, and has won a handful of regional and national tournaments, including the U.S. Open Cup. In 2005, the Samba defeated the Seattle Sounders in the second round.
The Salinas Soccer League is an adult organization, a nonprofit association, and a member of the El Camino Real Futbol League. They earn $675,582 annually, with all of the soccer clubs in the region contributing a few thousand dollars. The nonprofits in the Salinas soccer league have a combined total of $126,903 in assets, and employ 0 people.
The team is led by a former professional soccer player who has a passion for the game. Carlos Salinas was named to the NSCAA All-American Third Team and has been a part of the Monterey County Soccer Club for 13 seasons. He is currently a well-respected youth soccer club in Northern California. For more information, please visit salinassoccerleague.com.
The Monterey County Soccer League is a 501(c)(3) Non Profit Corporation. The website provides information about the league, contact information, and other details. The league’s website is a great place to find out more. The team’s official Facebook page has 635 fans. The ECFC Chivitas de Salinas plays a home game in the 2013B NorCal summer league.
The Samba and Sonoma County Sol are two teams in the MPSL. Both teams play their home games in the Watsonville High School stadium. In the inaugural season, the Samba finished 5th and the Sonoma County Sol joined the league. The MPSL also has a walking soccer program. However, it is important to note that the game is not for beginners and the required experience is needed. This is a recreational program, and you must be at least 15 years old to participate.