​The California Regional League (CRL) is a division of the US Youth Soccer Far West Regional League, which consists of the fourteen (14) western state associations. The Far West Regional League is divided into three divisions comprised of 1) the California Division: Cal South and Cal North; 2) the Four Corners Division: New Mexico, Arizona, Colorado, Utah and Southern Nevada; and 3) the Northern Division: Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Hawaii, Alaska and Northern Nevada. The California Division receives two placements in the US Youth Soccer Far West Regional Championships. The Four Corners Division and Northern Division will each receive one position.

​Teams in the California Regional League are playing for placement in the US Youth Soccer Far West Regional Championships and qualification to the US Youth Soccer National League


The California Regional League is a select League limited in numbers – acceptance is dependent on prior record and on the level of the other applicants.  The CRL selection committee’s decision to accept or decline a team for the CRL may be appealed within 2 days after preliminary acceptances/rejections.

Approval process for the CRL: The CRL Commission will make a recommendation to the CRL Commissioner for the final selection and placement of all teams. Accepted teams shall be notified via website posting or an e-mail regarding their acceptance.