Colorado Springs Adult Soccer League (COSASL) is an adult-only league that has been operating for over 50 years. Its mission is the enjoyment and promotion of soccer in the city of Colorado Springs.






Currently we play two seasons during a year: Spring and Fall. The Spring and Fall seasons are divided into Men’s and Women’s divisions of varying competitiveness and skill level.

Fall and Spring seasons are an eight-game round-robin schedule with playoffs consisting of a semifinal and final for the top 4 teams in each division. Division winners receive a prize and their team name on our traveling trophy!


Games are played on full regulation fields, 11 v 11, with referees and FIFA rules. Game length is 90 minutes, with two 45-minute halves and a 10 minute half-time.

Games are played on Sundays, typically between 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. depending on number of teams and field availability.


We generally have 25+ teams spanning three different divisions for the Fall and Spring seasons.  Teams consist of no more than 25 players on a roster.

A Mandatory Manager’s Meeting occurs prior to the start of each season to ensure all teams know league rules and pertinent information. A credit for team registration is often offered for teams that have a representative at the manager’s meeting.

If you are new to the area or a new soccer player, check out our ‘New Players’ page. If you are interested in signing up a team, continue on to our Registration page for details.



The Colorado Springs Adult Soccer League was originally founded as the Colorado Springs Soccer Club (CSSC) in 1968. At first, the league was a youth soccer organization, but an adult side was quickly added because the coaches and administrators of the youth program wanted to continue playing. The adult organization was called Soccer Organization for Colorado Springs Youth (SOCSY).

CSSC/SOCSY was the first soccer organization in Colorado Springs and eventually started a high school soccer program that more or less forced District 11 into accepting soccer as a varsity sport. (Soccer was not a popular sport in the late 60s.) All other soccer programs in Colorado Springs were spawned from CSSC. The first sign up for youth to join the program resulted in over 350 boys registering with the program.

The CSSC adult program started with 6 teams and quickly expanded into two divisions of 6 teams followed by further expansion in the men’s league and the creation of a women’s league.

Eventually, SOCSY was transferred to the Colorado Springs Park and Rec department and became its own adult club around 1978. CSSC continued on as an adult league until 2015 when it was renamed as Colorado Springs Adult Soccer League (COSASL) to make it clear that it is an actual league, not a club, for adults, not youth, to play soccer.

As it was then, many of our current players continue to coach and referee in local youth programs.