The Wisconsin Primary Amateur Soccer League (WPASL) is pleased to announce that it will begin the 2020 season on Sunday, June 28th.
After gaining clearance from US Soccer, US Adult Soccer Association (USASA), Wisconsin Soccer Leagues (WSL) and local county governments, the league feels that the current environment is stable enough to safely return to play with proper guidelines in place.
Unfortunately, newcomers Ashland Armada FC and Duluth FC Academy will not be able to participate in the 2020 season, but will look to remain in the league for 2021.
The six remaining teams, Barron Soccer Team, Eau Claire Bateaux, FC Midnimo (Barron), Hayward United SC, Lobos FC (Merrill) and Saint Croix Valley FC will compete for the 2020 Primary Cup.
A 10 game schedule will be played, with each team playing a home/away series with the other five league members. There will not be playoffs this year in order to limit gathering sizes at league events. Instead, the top placed team will be announced the champion upon conclusion of the season on August 24th.
“We wanted to provide teams and players the opportunity to play in a safe, competitive environment. We were glad to have gained clearance from all of the proper governing bodies and are excited to get back on the field.”
– Kaden Bergman (WPASL President)
All participating teams will be required to follow the Return to Play Guidelines provided by USASA. Team schedules will be updated once finalized.