Registering for the NPSL is a simple, 2-step process that involves (1) registering your team; and (2) paying the league for your participation.
Step 1: Team Registration
Select the application for your team by clicking on the link shown on the right side column under Team Applications.
- BU10-BU18 and GU10-GU14: Fall 2015 Application
- GU15-GU18: Girls Winter 2015-2016 Application
Step 2: League Payment
Particiption of any team in an NPSL League represents the best value for select soccer in Western Washington! Team fees are:
Fall League: $150.
Winter Girls High School League (GU15-GU18): $150
Spring Development League: $75
Once a team is registered (see step 1), the team needs to pay the league by check to reserve its slot in the league. The check must be submitted by the following dates for the leagues:
Fall League: August 1, 2015
Winter Girls High School League: November 15, 2015
Spring Development League: February 2, 2016
This fee is the responsibility of the team; except if the club or association has other arrangements with the NPSL. Contact your club and/or association representative to verify payment process.
Check mailing instructions*:
District 1, 3, 4 Teams make payable to and mail payment to:
c/o WSYSA District 1
P.O. Box 2844
Everett, WA 98213
District 2 Teams make payable to and mail payment to:
WSYSA District 2
704 228th Avenue NE, #276
Sammamish, WA 98074
* If you do not know what district your team operates in, please contact your club and/or association representative.
To update your team contact information, simply click on the link below. You will need your team number and pin number that were provided to you when you submitted your application. If you do not have this information, click the link that says, "If you don't have a PIN# or TEAM#, or you've forgotten it, then click here to have it sent to you." The system will send the team contact the pin # and team # for all teams that use the email address entered.
Update Team Application
North Puget Sound League (NPSL) is a competitive youth soccer league that is a partnership of Washington Youth Soccer District 1 and District 2 and their eleven youth soccer associations comprising over 57,000 youth soccer players. NPSL’s mission is to supply a competitive venue to its teams that makes geographic sense and is not limited by District or Association boundaries, is economical in both cost and time, and ensures “like or comparable” competition. The NPSL is sanctioned by Washington Youth Soccer.