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Please feel free to contact us with anything, including how to improve the League. We're here to help!

 (510) 900-9559

info@baasl.org

To register to play, visit us at www.baasl.org/registration

 

3060 El Cerrito Plaza, No. 334,
El Cerrito, CA 94530
USA

(510) 900-9559

Bay Area Adult Soccer League fosters a sense of community through the fun of organized sports. BAASL is a place where people of all skill levels, interests, and walks of life can enjoy playing. One of our goals is to give you a place to play your favorite sports with new and old friends! Join one of our 100+ outdoor or indoor teams and become a BAASLista!  Serving all Bay Area cities, including San Francisco, Oakland, San Pablo, Berkeley, Albany, Walnut Creek, Hayward, and San Rafael.  #bayareasoccer #baasl

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League Forms

Other BAASL forms:

Required forms for World Soccer Fives USA Tournaments:                                            

The basic summary of our on-field rules are as follows: 

  • All co-ed leagues use utilize a designated players (DP). A team forfeits if they can field a minimum number of players, including one DP.
  • A DPis defined as a female or a male player over 44 yrs old.  In co-ed leagues, at least one female player must be on the field at all times.
  • Any player on a team may take a direct, indirect, or penalty kick.
  • No slide tackling or offsides rule, except in 11 v 11 leagues. 
  • High kicks are never allowed. 
  • Shinguards are required; jewelry is not allowed. 
  • Games are comprised of two 25-minute halves (8v8, 7v7, or Futsal), two 35-minute halves (Albany Cougar Turf), or two 45-minute halves (11 v 11 leagues).
  • All players must check in to the referee before the game starts with their player pass. 
  • All players must sign a release waiver before participating. 

Please click on the above links for the full BAASL league rules. All players and their captains are responsible for knowing and following all rules.

Here are some of the benefits of playing in our futsal, 7v7 (half-field), and/or 8v8 (half-field) games:

  1. More player participation;
  2. More touches of the ball;
  3. More passes attempted;
  4. More 1v1's attempted;
  5. More goals scored; and
  6. More goalkeeper participation.