WHO WE ARE

TCWSL (Tri-County Women’s Soccer League) is a non-profit, adult women’s soccer league based in and around the Philadelphia area. Founded in 1997, TCWSL has grown to 24 teams and over 400 players. The league offers two seasons, spring and fall. Teams are located all over the suburban Philadelphia area. Games are played on Sundays and each season is typically around 9 or 10 games long.

Many teams have been playing in the league since it’s inception. The friendship and camaraderie developed on the field is easy to see. Often, teams will even take advantage of summer and winter breaks to play together indoors at local venues offering such play. In recent years the league has also offered “pick-up” type play to players over-30 on Sunday evenings during the summer.

Eligibility and Membership

Historically, the league has had teams which were associated with Boyertown Soccer Club, Greater Chester Valley Soccer Association, Havertown Soccer Club, King Of Prussia Soccer Club, Lower Merion Soccer Club, Philadelphia Falcons, Philadelphia Soccer Club, Plymouth Soccer Club, RoseTree Soccer Club, Roslyn Soccer Association, Swarthmore Soccer Club, Tredyffrin Easttown Soccer, Valley Soccer Club, and West Chester United Soccer Club. Today, there are teams associated with some of these local clubs as well as independent teams. A current list of teams may be found here.

Play is open to all women, age 18 and over. We currently have three divisions to satisfy all skill levels. New players looking for a place to play can submit information directly to the local team by visiting the team’s page or submitting info directly to the league here. Teams looking to affiliate with our league should submit their information here.

TCWSL is a member of the Eastern Pennsylvania Soccer Association, which is a member of the United States Amateur Soccer Association, which is a member of the United States Soccer Federation, which is a member of the Federation International de Football Association (FIFA). All TCWSL players are registered “amateur” platers with the US Amateur Soccer Assn.