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C.A.L. FC - January 06th, 2013 04:08 GMT


Which clubs from CCSL can play NORCAL in 2013 ?

Roseville ?
Loomis ?
Rcu ?
Folsom >>> IN
Lincoln ?
El Dorado ?
Eureka ?
Fair Oaks >>> IN
ARFC >> Under Fair Oaks >> IN
Orangevale ?
SSA ?
Azzurri ?
Kidsatplay - January 11th, 2013 05:25 GMT
Edited by Kidsatplay on January 11th, 2013 05:25 GMT



------ QUOTE from  C.A.L. FC, January 06th, 2013 04:08  GMT ------
Which clubs from CCSL can play NORCAL in 2013 ?

Roseville ?
Loomis ? 
Rcu ? 
Folsom >>> IN
Lincoln ?
El Dorado ?
Eureka ?
Fair Oaks >>> IN
ARFC >> Under Fair Oaks >> IN
Orangevale ?
SSA ?
Azzurri ?

------ QUOTE END ------




Loomis is IN
RCU is IN
SSA is IN

AND ALL STANDARDS FOR BEING A NORCAL PREMIER CLUB ARE OUT
mtnlady - January 11th, 2013 07:29 GMT


49er United (Auburn)
mtnlady - January 11th, 2013 08:10 GMT
Edited by mtnlady on January 11th, 2013 08:14 GMT

Region six Norcal Fall league should be a real barn burner this year! I especially see the Gold bracket getting very strong with the teams pushing one or two more elite teams into the Premier level and on the flip side the weaker Gold teams being religated down to Silver.
JustaDad - January 16th, 2013 22:12 GMT


Eureka YSC is in
mtnlady - January 16th, 2013 23:22 GMT
Edited by mtnlady on January 16th, 2013 23:29 GMT

I could be off however I believe the following to be true:

Which clubs from CCSL can play NORCAL in 2013 ? 

Note: it will be fun to see how these 'former select' clubs and their teams perform. We've already seen several of these teams crack into the top 32 of the red bracket of the Norcal State Cup even though it's the first or second year of Norcal play for the majority of them.

49er United (Auburn) --> YES
ARFC --> YES, via Fair Oaks
Azzurri --> YES 
El Dorado --> YES 
Elk Grove --> YES 
Eureka --> YES 
Fair Oaks --> YES
Folsom --> YES
Lincoln --> NO
Loomis --> YES 
RCU --> ??   
Fair Oaks --> YES although I hear there has been some issues with the 'powers that be' that they want the better players going to ARFC and thus there has been some push back concerning allowing Fair Oaks teams to be playing in the same venues as the ARFC teams.
Orangevale --> NO, unless they are also allowed to go through Fair Oaks?
Roseville --> NO, their teams may be allowed to play through CAL Blues for Norcal State Cup play. They probably can't play in the Norcal fall league?
SSA --> YES 
Stockton Storm --> YES


mtnlady - January 16th, 2013 23:30 GMT
Edited by mtnlady on January 16th, 2013 23:34 GMT

RCU ---> YES
Chico Cal ---> YES
Cal Blues (used to be Placer Alliance) ---> YES

With the exception of Stockton these are all district six CYSA clubs. There are very few D6 CYSA clubs that don't have duel affiliation now. We're almost to one league now for the better teams.
mtnlady - January 16th, 2013 23:35 GMT
Edited by mtnlady on January 16th, 2013 23:37 GMT

Rocklin --> NO unless they play through CAL Blues which would probably only be allowed for Norcal State Cup play?
mtnlady - January 16th, 2013 23:40 GMT


For the sake of clarity.. one list. All are district six CYSA save for Stockton.

49er United (Auburn) --> YES 
ARFC --> YES, via Fair Oaks 
Azzurri --> YES   
Cal Blues (used to be Placer Alliance) --> YES 
Chico Cal ---> YES 
El Dorado --> YES 
Elk Grove --> YES 
Eureka --> YES 
Fair Oaks --> YES 
Folsom --> YES 
Lincoln --> NO 
Loomis --> YES   
Fair Oaks --> YES 
Orangevale --> NO
RCU --> YES 
Rocklin --> NO
Roseville --> NO 
SSA --> YES 
Stockton Storm --> YES
lunita - January 17th, 2013 14:28 GMT


To the "not in Norcal in CYSA district 6 list", I think you can add East Sacramento, Prospectors and Capital Valley United.  They each have some pretty strong ( top silver and silver elite) teams in certain age brackets.
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