Casa Soccer League

Casa League launches women’s division

Philadelphia’s Casa Soccer League is expanding to include a women’s division for the first time this spring.

Starting with just 8 teams over a decade ago, Casa has expanded to over 40 teams in four competitive divisions of 11 v 11 soccer, a 7 v 7 weeknight league, as well as a 7 v 7 Over 30 division. A co-ed league from its beginning, this spring will be the first time that a women’s only division will compete.

Casa President Tim Hampson said of the new division, “Casa’s new women’s division is all about extending the footprint of the game to both new and experienced players craving a competitive league right here in Philly.”
The league kicks off on March 21 but registration ends on March 1. Games will be played on Saturdays between 10 am and 1 pm on the new turf fields at Chestnut Hill Academy. Games will be 50 minutes long and each team is guaranteed 10 matches with playoffs to follow.
The league final will be played at Philadelphia Union’s new training facility outside of PPL Park in late June.
Hampson said of the final, “as a member of the Union’s league affiliate program, we have requested access to one of their new training grounds outside PPL Park as an extension of the festivities the Casa Soccer community has planned for June 27, 2015.”
The league played its Kelly Cup at PPL last summer and plans to do so again this year.
New teams, small groups and individual players are all welcome to register. Individual player registration is only $80.
For more details and to register, head to www.phillysoccer.org

2 Comments

  1. Hey man good news for the women.

  2. CASA Soccer says:

    Player registration has been extended – sign up today at phillysoccer.org!

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