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BEACH CHALET SOCCER FIELDS APPROVED
Region IV National Cup Championships for 2013 will be held June 7-9, 2013 in Washington
Olympic Club Teams will represent SFSFL & Cal. North/CSAN
6/9/13 games will be modified soon
GAME DATES FOR FIRST HALF OF THE SEASON: June 2 & 9 (Boxer, Crocker & Beach Chalet)
GAME DATES FOR SECOND HALF OF THE SEASON: June 16, 23, 30 (Crocker, Franklin, Silver Terrace, Boxer); July 7, 14, 21, & 28 (Crocker, Polo, Franklin, Silver Terrace); August 4, 11, 18, 25 (Crocker, Beach Chalet, West Sunset, Boxer); September 8, 15 & 22 (Boxer)
IMPORTANT DATES: 5/19 (Bay of Breaker's); 6/16 (Father's Day and SF Marathon); 6/30 (SF Pride Parade);
RULE 20: No member shall have more than twenty-two (22) players registered at one time. Game cards will allow for twenty-two (22) players to be chosen on game day but only 17 players will be allowed to play. A maximum of six (6) substitutes shall be allowed during the game. Substituted players may re-enter the game.
RULE 20.1: PLAY WELL, PLAY HARD, COMPETE TO WIN!!!
The San Francisco Soccer Football League (SFSFL) was first established in 1902. Recognized as the best competitive adult amateur league in the bay area and in northern California, SFSFL enters its 111th year in 2013. Its large membership is committed to providing high quality soccer in our local community - from youth to adult level. Members have moved on to play in the Major League Soccer (MLS) to becoming the general manager of the San Jose Earthquakes or head coach for USSF national program. Members also played on the North American Soccer League (NASL) and United Soccer Leagues Pro (USL Pro) or played internationally. This league is older than both FIFA and the USSF programs - thus, a proud and long history of commitment and opportunities.
SFSFL is affiliated with the United States Adult Soccer Association (USASA). Its status qualifies SFSFL teams to participate in the Lamar Hunt US Open Cup. The SFSFL operates and is managed as a team-run league. The structure of the league allows each team to have a vote. Each team is individually owned and operated, and is responsible for maintaining league minimum standards. New teams seeking membership into the SFSFL are subject to approval from it members comprised of existing team owners.
SFSFL also provides many opportunities to its game officials. Both officials and its members have been recognized and honored for contributing to the most beautiful game in the world - a league whose members played professionally, won the US Open Cup and whose game officials have officiated at prestigious events - Youth Disney Classic Tourneys & Development Academy Showcase, PDL, MLS, Women's Professional Soccer, the Olympics and World Cup. Both game officials and its members have been inducted into the Hall of Fame - a community-funded event.
SFSFL Mission Statement: To provide the highest level of men’s soccer and strive to continuously raise the overall standard of play and ensure that all new teams entering the league posess and maintain financial stability. It also supports its local community and youth soccer.
What Makes the SFSFL Unique? Teams comprised of players holding amateur playing status. Players maintain college eligibility and play at an elite level with a mix of young and veteran players. Showcase for players who aspire to move to the professional level. League ownership comprised of its member teams. Low entry cost and low annual dues for league membership. Extremely competitive league structure - providing 3 officiating crew and fields; play 22 matches per season along with play-offs; prize-money to divisional champions, trophies in each division. SFSFL also hosts an annual GALA night and AGM conferences which provides an evening of fun and entertainment to its members. The highest divisions are past champions of the league - to be crown champion-of-champions is our goal. Team play to be promoted and play to win a spot for play-off contention.
When you join the SFSFL, you not only become a member of the league but your team also becomes a partner and family member of the longest established league in the country.
BECOME A MEMBER & SUPPORT SFSFL!!!
Regarding rainouts: the league policy is IF IN DOUBT, SHOW UP. I know this makes it hard for the 9am games, but until Park&Rec. changes their policies, there is little we can do. Also, all turf fields are open RAIN OR SHINE -- you will play in the rain!
If you wish to call SF Park&Rec, their number is (415) 831-5510.
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Sunset Soccer Supply
Offering SFSFL members a 10% discount.
Also will loan to you at no charge: Jerseys, Corner Flags, Goal Nets, Scrimmage Vests, Portable Full Size Goals, Small Goals, Pugg Goals, Lining Machines, Field Lining Measuring Tape, Portable Wall for Free Kick Practice.
Offering SFSFL members a 10% discount,
free meeting spaces, and more!
OTHER PROUD SPONSORS:
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GUZMAN'S SOCCER SHOP - 2773 21st St., SF - (415) 282-7501; e-mail - email@example.com;
NORTH BEACH PIZZA - 800 Stanyan St., SF - (415) 751-2300
BE A SPONSOR:
San Francisco Soccer Football League is a 501(c)(4) non-profit organization providing opportunity to its community for 111 years in San Francisco from teenagers to young adults. We’re dedicated to improving the health of our members and the communities we serve, by creating a safe, healthy environment. In order for this great tradition to continue in San Francisco. Contributions are tax-deductible.
Contact League President, Leo Shoomiloff via email firstname.lastname@example.org or via SFSFL, Attn: President, 2424 Mariposa Street, San Francisco, CA 94110.
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