Welcome to the Redwood Junior Soccer League . We are the league of registration for competitive youth soccer teams in San Mateo County. We are part of District 2 of the Northern California Youth Soccer Association (CYSA-N).
Our teams compete in the CYSA Cal Soccer League. The CCSL is a statewide competitive youth soccer league.
The Redwood League helps teams build a year-round program for competitive youth soccer players. Our goal is development, not winning. For details about the Redwood League see the About Us page.
Our Site is split into two main types of pages (Private and Public). You can identify yourself and access the Private pages by completing the Logon function.
As you navigate this website, should you lose your way, you can always return to this home page by clicking on the 'soccer ball in the sky' logo you'll find in the upper left corner of each page on the site.
For further information contact the Club/League in your community or the Redwood League President
REFEREES Click on the Whistle to go to the Peninsula Soccer Referee Website
If you are a Manager, Coach or Parent and would like to register with the website, go to Logon:Register in the Table of Contents along the left edge of your screen to start the process.
|Monday May 20th, 2013|
Credit cards and PayPal will be used by teams and individuals to register adults, teams and players with the Redwood League. Expected roll out date is June 10, 2013
|Thursday May 16th, 2013|
COACHES and MANAGERS
Can't make your Club's LifeScan session? Contact another club and see if you can fit in there. See the list at
|Wednesday April 24th, 2013|
Fall CYSA Registration
Registration from 5/1 through 7/7. Your Club Registrar will likely have an earlier deadline.
New - All credentialed adults will need to have a finger print based background check.
New - Fees have increased to cover background checks
New - Teams not playing in CCSL will have a Redwood League affiliation fee. Covers refereeing assigning, coach classes, referee classes.
|Tuesday January 22nd, 2013|
The City of San Mateo has started a process to identify which park athletic field(s) should be converted to synthetic turf. 8-9 different parks are under consideration. If you have an opinion contact Scott Fitch, John Shield or Brian Kersten in San Mateo to offer your input.