Azzurri Repeats as Summer 2016 Division 1A Champions
Azzurri beat newly promoted F.C. Sixers 2-1 on August 3 at Wayland High School to repeat at D1 champions.
On Monday, Azzurri beat Suburban Lightning in a nail biter, 1-0 on a goal in the middle of the second half.
FC Sixers came from a 4-1 deficit at the half to beat Opus County, 5-4 in the second overtime.
Untied FC is the Division 1B Champion
United FC beat Reading 5-2 at Wayland High School Monday, August 8.
Amazons - Division 2/3 Champion
The Amazons prevailed over the Bandits, 4-3 at Wayland Hogh School.
The EMWSL All-Star game was played on Sunday, July 17.
From the coaches, "Great group of girls. Close match final score 3-2. The officials were wonderful, we had plenty of fans. Sam would've loved it."
The summer schedule is now live. Click on Game Schedule in the Current Season menu block on the left.
Summer games are Monday & Wednesday evenings. Division 1 starts on June 13, Division 2/3 starts on June 20. There are no games on the 4th of July.
Teams play in EMWSL in the Fall, Spring & Summer. Many teams also play in indoor leagues. If you are interested in joining a team, please complete a new player profile form. There is limited space available so please inlude details about yourself.
The new player coordinator will send your information to teams with availablility at the level you specify.
The summer season begins on Monday, June 13. All games in the summer are on Monday & Wednesday evenings.
Questions? Email the New Player Coordinator.
In the Division 1A final Azzurri and Opus played regulation and 2 OTs, tied at 1-1. Azzurri prevailed in the shootout, 2-1.
In the 1B final, Dynamis beat United F.C. 2-0 in regulaiton.
Rule Change (Effective as of April 12, 2015)
1.3 All players must register with Mass Soccer and must obtain a picture ID card from Mass Soccer. Each team must provide the referee with a copy of its official roster generated from the Mass Soccer site prior to the start of each game. The referee will use this roster (which must include pictures) to verify identification. If the referee cannot identify the person via the picture on the roster, they may request back up picture identification such as a driver's license or Mass Soccer ID card. If the referee cannot verify the person they will not be eligible to play. It is recommended that every player carry their Mass Soccer ID and/or other photo identification to every game so that their eligibility to play may not be questioned.