PAASL

Palo Alto Adult Soccer League

Active sessions
Sunday League
Summer 2017:
Schedule
   Men's A roster
   Men's B roster
   Women's roster
Evening League
Evening #47:
Schedule
   Evening A roster
   Evening B roster
Evening League
Evening #48:
Schedule
   Evening A roster
Rosters and schedule
coming soon.
Registration List (Evening B)
 
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About PAASL

PAASL is a San Francisco Bay area soccer league for men and women ages 25 and over. The Sunday league has three seasons per year, one in the Spring (January to May), one in the Summer (June to August), and one in the Fall (Labor Day to December). Games are played on Sundays between 8:00 am and 5:00 pm. The primary location for league games is Jane Lathrop Stanford Middle School (next to Mitchell Park) in Palo Alto. The Sunday league has 3 divisions: Men's A and B ("A" being more competitive) and a Women's division. Each Men's division is comprised of 10-18 teams, the Women's division 6-8.

PAASL also has a men's evening league, with a number of 7-12 week sessions throughout the year. The primary location for the evening league is the Mayfield complex (Page Mill & El Camino) in Palo Alto. The evening league maintains a majority of Palo Alto residents.


The City of Palo Alto is in the process of evolving rules and guidelines for City field brokering. In order to maintain our priority status as a non-profit adult organization and our current Sunday and Evening field permits, we must ensure that our PAASL teams are comprised of a minimum of 35% Palo Alto residents. PAASL will be adjusting our Palo Alto residency requirements beginning with Summer '13 registration to ensure conformance with the new guidelines. PAASL understands that these changes may adversely affect some of our valued organization members. PAASL is concerned about these potential implications and has worked extensively with the City and local soccer community to maintain our field permit priority which is critical for our organization's success and sustainability. .