gssllogo  Greater Seattle Soccer League
 
Non-Profit Organization
  9750 Greenwood Avenue North, Seattle, WA 98103
Phone: (206) 782-6831 | Fax: (206) 782-6947 | Email:
soccer@seanet.com
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The Greater Seattle Soccer League
Washington's leading non profit adult men's soccer league, serving Seattle and all of the greater Seattle area.  The GSSL is an adult men's outdoor soccer league offering various levels of competition for open (all-ages), over-30, over-40, over-50, over-55 and over-60 divisions.  We offer four league sessions (winter, spring, summer and fall) for teams to compete year round.

Spring 2016 Team Registration Deadline:
Friday, February 5th

Click on the appropriate link below to download the team application form:
OPEN SUNDAY Division Team Application

WEEKNIGHT Division Team Application

GSSL Team of the Week:
Blacksox
Feb. 8-12, 2016

Click here to read more about this week's featured team

With all of the concern focused on management of concussion injuries, the GSSL Board of Directors adopted the following rule:

If a referee suspects that a concussion may have occurred for whatever reason, e.g. bumping heads or a fall to the ground, the player must be sent off the field and not be allowed to return to the game. In case there is a dispute by either the player or the manager, such as an assertion that the player is OK and can continue, the referee has the right to abandon the match to protect the injured player.  A player removed from a match due to the referee’s decision under the provisions of this rule will have their player card delivered to the GSSL office by the referee.  The player may obtain their card from the office after they sign an appropriate liability waiver.


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