Below you will find a list of our affiliated leagues. Please read through the information provided and contact the league(s) that offer the format you prefer and the ability level that you require.
If you decide to play with any of our affiliated leagues, you will need to purchase an OASA player card. To visit our registration page now, click here.
If you have additional questions, please send us an e-mail and we will get back to you as soon as we can.
Playing exclusively in Gresham on fields at Barlow High School and Gresham High School, the Eastside Timbers offer competitive and recreational playing opportunities throughout the year.
Forest Grove is new to OASA! FGSO offers two divisions of men's open way out west in, you guessed it, Forest Grove!
For more information, e-mail Forest Grove Soccer or call Jose Duran at (503)784-0521 or Lupe at (503)515-3620.
GPSD is the largest men's league around and plays on fields all over the Metro area. With 5 divisions of open play (including premier), as well as O/30s, O/40s, O/50s, and O/58s, GPSD has something for men of every age and skill level.
HUSL provides men's (open & O/30s), women's & coed teams in the greater Washington County area primary use of artificial turf and grass fields, through Hillsboro Parks & Rec, twelve months out of the year. HUSL will also be offering 7v7 soon!
Metro PDX offers exciting 7v7 soccer played exclusively at La Salle High School. Three divisions are offered: premier/competitive, 2nd division, and recreational.
NUWS is the largest women's league around and offers various divisions of open play ranging from highly competitive to beginner level, in addition to O/30s divisions, and, interest permitting, O/40s. NUWS plays on fields all over the Metro area.
The OPSL is dedicated to promoting and developing the highest level of amateur soccer in the region. The OPSL currently offers only a single open division, for players interested in highly competitive play.
PCS is the largest coed league around and offers 7 divisions of open play. PCS uses fields all across the Metro area and games are typically played on Monday evenings. This league has a minimum age requirement: 21 for women, 25 for men.
For more information, call Ginger at (971)506-1130 or e-mail email@example.com.
CASA brings competitive adult soccer to central Oregon. Playing in Bend, Redmond and Madras, CASA hosts approximately 10 men's teams in one division.
For more information, send an e-mail to Joe Oberto at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Columbia Basin Soccer League is new to OASA! CBHSL offers competitive men's soccer in Hermiston from spring-fall. Also offering men's and women's small-sided play in winter.
For more information, send an e-mail to Juan Duarte at email@example.com or call (541)667-7251.
Ten men's teams play in a single open division on grass fields in Hood River from April through October.
For more information, send an e-mail to Miguel at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Formerly known as La Liga del Valle, La Liga del Sur is composed of 16 teams competing for the Grand Trophy from early April through mid-November. The league name is Spanish, but players of all races and nationalities are welcome!
For more information, please call Silvano at (541)499-5357.
OCSL offers indoor and outdoor soccer opportunities for men and women. Choose from open or O/45.
For more information, call Ben Nunez at (503)812-1964, Victor Mettle at (541)265-4053, or Jose Gonzalez at (541) 270-1944.
Salem Adult Soccer League is new to OASA! SASL will be offering several men's divisions, including open, O/30s, and O/40s, in Salem and the surrounding area.
Learn more at www.eteamz.com/salemadultsoccerleague/ or call Ernie Rosas at (503)585-9753.
The CCSL offers college club soccer teams from around the state the opportunity to participate in an organized, competitive format.
Learn more at ccsoccerleague.org.