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Suburban Friendship League

The Suburban Friendship League (SFL) has been operating since the Fall 1990 season providing scheduling services for recreational soccer teams. The league's charter and decisions are based on whether the result is for the good of the players. During the spring and fall seasons, the SFL provides scheduling services to between 450 and 500 teams representing almost 30 different clubs. The primary age groups covered are the Under 12, Under 14, Under 16, and Under 19 Boys and Girls.

Find our more about the SFL at www.sflsoccer.org .

SFL Rules and Regulations
SFL plays according to a modified version of FIFA's Laws of the Game on standard size fields.

How SFL teams are formed
Each fall, coaches and age group coordinators get together to form teams ranging in size from 16 players at U12, to up to 22 players at U19. The core group of most teams stays together year after year. Drafts are held on the rare occasion when there is a group of new coaches and / or large number of new players in an age group.

Registration for the SFL is done through the MYS registration process.

More Information
If you have any questions or concerns please contact us.
Contact MYS SFL Commissioner