Peninsula Soccer League

2021-22 PSL Season Update

League News & Notes:                                                 

Peninsula Soccer League Comes to an End    

After 65 Seasons, the Number One Adult League on the San Francisco Peninsula Shuts Down, as not enough clubs remain to continue the league. Founded in 1957 by Hall of Fame icon and true soccer legend, Umberto Abronzino, the league was legendary for its clubs which ranged from SSF to the north, Half Moon Bay to the west and San Jose & Santa Cruz to the south. At its peak, over 60 teams competed in multiple divisions leading to exciting soccer played each week on numerous community parks and school fields. Without Mr. Abronzino's passion, dedication and leadership, countless hundreds of players would not have had the opportunity to play they game they loved.....


Here are some of the Bay Area's finest who were a part of this amazing league:

Alteno, Assyria FC, Azteca, Burlingame Gobbans, Peninsula Social Club, Trabia, Club Sport Maritimo, Shaheen, Jarusa, Half Moon Bay Portuguese, Palo Alto SC, Foster City Tek, Harmonie, FC Palo Alto, JASA Dos, Grasshoppers, Portola Concordia, Peninsula Fury, Gordon Biersch, Portola FC, Sunnyvale United, Rovers SC, Fraternal Conculla, Coastside United, Gold Rush, Ushua Peru, Outsiderz FC, Stanford SC, San Mateo Dinamo, Internationale, Independiete, Estrella Roja, San Mateo International, Croatia, PVR, SJ Earthquakes U19, International Strikes, SFO United, Monterey County FC, Santa Clara Rovers AC, Southside Express, Palo Alto International, Millbrae Celtic, Santa Clara FC, Polonez, Real Santa Clara, Polonia Bay, Ambassadors, Foster City FC, Santa Clara Sporting, DV8, Goal Busters, Leon, Tikal, Tesla Motors, Simple FC, South Bay FC, Cleats On Fire, Deportivo Cometa, Palo Alto Fightin Toads, San Mateo Peru, Newark Sport, Ajax, Shamrock Harps, CLC Sporting, San Mateo FC, Juventus, Los Aguilas, Pioneers, Beckman Spinners, Chaos, Casana, Rangers, Mad Dogs, Deportivo Oro, South San Francisco A.C., Tamazula, Naomh Padraig, Zagreb.




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