DENVER, Colo.- The Colorado Soccer Association welcomes newly founded Longmont Premier Soccer League to the Adult Division where they will officially be a sanctioned league under CSA.
“We’re more than happy to have this league affiliated in the northern part of the state,” said Adult Representative David Campos. “The adult division is growing and that’s thanks to the benefits that our members receive. With the list of teams already registered, we’re sure this will be the top league in the northern area and we will be supporting them for years to come.”
The league will be managed and directed by Raul Salcido, 49, who has lived in northern Colorado for over 25 years and is more than familiar with the soccer community in Longmont and the surrounding areas. Longmont Premier Soccer League will play at the beautiful soccer complex at Sandstone Ranch Community Park with the following fourteen teams set to kick-off this weekend: Toros, La Piedad, Zacatecas, Diablitos, Venados, Tres Margaritas, Universal 1, Universal 2, Aztecas, FC Guerreros, Chapines, Alfa, BOCO FC and Real Sociedad, with more projected teams to join.
With the recent addition of Longmont Premier Soccer League, the Adult Division continues to grow to a total of eight affiliated leagues from across the region including the Colorado Adult Coed League, High Country Soccer, La Liga Santa Fe, Liga Soccer Latina, Liga Premier JCC, Metro Women’s Soccer League and Denver Kickers Soccer League.
CSA’s Adult Division bridges the gap between statewide youth soccer programs and a variety of competitions for men and women across Colorado. Our goal is to affiliate as many leagues as possible throughout the state to better serve our members. If you currently run a league and would like to affiliate with CSA (or would like to add your team to a CSA affiliated league), please contact Adult Division Representative David Campos at email@example.com
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