TAMPA, Fla. – The Super Y League – USL’s elite youth soccer league that develops over 10,000 athletes on over 500 teams – has announced its 2020 regular season will not open before July 1, 2020, with exact start dates also dependent on local, state and national health guidelines. In conjunction with the league’s member clubs, the months of May and June will be used to determine an updated return-to-play timeline as well as competition formats for each division. Due to the delay in the opening of the 2020 season, the Super Y League will extend the window for clubs to submit membership agreements for the 2020 season.
SYL is also excited to announce an evolution for the South East Division: This division will begin play in September with two Showcase qualifying events taking place for Boys and Girls age groups. More information on the South East Division will follow.
“To every USL supporter across the country, we continue to thank you for your support during these extraordinary circumstances,” said USL President Jake Edwards. “As always, your safety, health and wellness are our guiding light and we want to extend our support and best wishes to all the individuals and communities who have been impacted by COVID-19. We look forward to being back together again soon.”