WSA GIRLS LEAGUE PLATFORMS OPPORTUNITIES
Youth Development Unified League (YDP): Pre-competitive local league 4U thru 10U, in 3v3, 4v4, 7v7 formats.
Academy Club Series (ACS): Youth Academy 7U-10U mostly localized competition in the 4v4 and 7v7 formats.
Futures Cup (FC): Youth Academy 9U, 10U, 11U, teams play a series of 2 travel and 1 local event.
Oklahoma Premier Clubs (OPC): Statewide league. WSA 10U thru 19U teams compete in Gold, Silver & Bronze Flights
National Premier League (NPL): Regional league (OK, TX, ARK, KS). WSA 13U thru 19U teams compete in the Red River Conference (WSA is the 3X overall Club Champion in this league).
Frontier Conference League (FCL): This regional league is available to clubs in Oklahoma, qualifying via an Oklahoma Soccer Association pathway. WSA teams may apply to "play in" to this league. OSA can send 4 teams per age division to the FCL in 13U thru 19U.
Super Y National League (SYL): Regional league (OK, TX, ARK, KS) played during the summer months (July thru September). WSA has 2 spots per age division in this league 13U, 14U, 15/16U, 17/19U. WSA has led the U.S. in National Qualifiers from this league. The league is sponsored by the USL.
Elite Clubs National League - Regional League - North Texas Conference (ECNL-RL-NTX): Regional leage in the geographic footprint of Oklahoma and North Texas. WSA has two spots in this league for girls teams.
Elite Clubs National League - Regional League - Texas Conference (ECNL-RL-TX): Regional League with National Pathways. This league mirrors the ECNL Texas Conference in schedule and travel spanning Oklahoma, North Texas and South Texas. WSA has one spot in this league 13U thru 19U.
United Women's Soccer League D2 (UWS2)- Regional pro-am league played during the summer for both youth club players and collegiate level players.
United Women's Soccer League (UWS) - Pro-Am nationally integrated league comprised of collegiate, post-collegiate, and ocassionally youth club players. This is a summer league that promotes to the NWSL and is commonly known as the U.S. Women's "2nd Division".