AED Device Program Update:
The GSSL Board authorized $4,000 from our general fund to support teams that want to purchase a team defibrillator for their games. Effective 8/1/2016, the GSSL will provide a $400 credit on winter team fees for the first 10 teams that submit proof of purchase for an AED device. To qualify for the credit, a receipt for the purchase of the AED needs to be provided and the AED device needs to be confirmed by a GSSL referee in order to receive the $400 credit. We still have AED credits available to GSSL teams that want to participate in this unique program. Please contact the GSSL office if you have any questions.
Are you looking for a team to join? If so, please email us at email@example.com and provide your phone number, age, experience and preferred position(s). Additionally, please provide your soccer playing history over the last year and the night and/or division you'd like to play in.
We will take that information and introduce you to the appropriate age division team managers.
The mission of the Greater Seattle Soccer League is to
promote adult team soccer play by providing an
enjoyable and competitive playing experience at all skill levels with safety,
schedule reliability, quality refereeing and professional league management.
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