About MYSL

The Milpitas Youth Soccer League (MYSL), was founded as the Milpitas Youth Soccer Club within the North Valley Youth Soccer League in 2003.  In 2013, ten year after it's founding, the California Youth Soccer Association (CYSA)North District II approved MYSC to become a league.  It is now CYSA Cal North District II League 22.  The MYSLserves the communities of Milpitas California, located in the Santa Clara Valley of the San Francisco Bay Area. Over 1000 boys and girls between the ages of 4 and 18 years old participate annually on recreational and competitive teams.  MYSL is affiliated with the CYSA District II for Northern California, US Club Soccer, the United States Youth Soccer Association (USYSA), the United States Soccer Federation (USSF) and FIFA.

MYSL Constitution  MYSL Constitution 

CYSA District II  website                

CYSA CCSL Website                      

CYSA North website                       

US Club Soccer website                       

USSF website                                 

FIFA website                                   


The regular fall league season runs from September to late November, with competitive teams usually playing additional tournaments before and after the season. The Spring club season runs from March to early June.  MYSL teams consist of the following levels:    

  • CCSL Bay (CYSA Multi District teams)
  • CCSL Coast (CYSA District 1 & 2 teams)
  • US Club Soccer (Various Competitive teams)
  • Division 4 Recreational (CYSA Recreational teams)


The purpose of MYSL shall be to develop, promote and administer the game of outdoor soccer among boys and girls 4 to 18 years of age, within Milpitas for all skill and competitive levels of soccer.  MYSL's goal and mission shall be to educate each player in mental and physical fitness, to develop pride and community spirit, and to teach sportsmanship.

Kulwant Singh
De Anza College Mens Coach

Influential Coaches Endorse CYSA & MYSL

"I have always seen a need for a CYSA Soccer Program in Milpitas. There will be opportunities to play in local and statewide jamborees and tournaments, as well as the state, regional, and national tournaments. Also, if a player wants to and is capable, the Olympic Development Program is available through the state-run program."

- Kulwant Singh
  • Former De Anza College Men's Soccer Head Coach

  • United States Soccer Federation National "A" License Coach

  • Compiled a twelve-year overall men’s record of 198-34-32, and a seven-year (1991-1997) overall women’s record of 117-12-12 for a combined record of 315 wins 46 losses 44 ties at De Anza College.

  • Milpitas Resident

  • Milpitas High Varsity Coaches Endorse MYSC

    Milpitas High Varsity Coaches Endorse MYSL

  • Bill Leffler, Milpitas High Boys Varsity Soccer Coach

  • Mike Tomlin, Milpitas High Girls Varsity Soccer Coach

  • Roxanna Dunn (clickable)
    Roxanna Dunn
    2002-03 CYSA State
    Coach of the Year

    So Why Register CYSA?

  • Player skill advancement
  • Coach and referee training
  • Variety of competition
  • Playing opportunities recreational and beyond. For competitive opportunities, please contact BJ Navarro

  • Melissa Crespo
    Milpitas native Melissa Crespo
    Olympic Development Program
    (ODP) Player

    What's good about CYSA?

    "Hi, I'm a former Milpitas resident and I participated in Cupertino's CYSA program, even though the location was inconvenient. CYSA helped me develop as a player because of their tremendous organization and great coaches. Through participation in CYSA, I received a scholarship to a major university. I believe having a CYSA program in Milpitas helps our youth participate at this level of play locally."

    -Melissa Crespo, former Olympic Development Program player, 2004 scholarship recipient to the University of Utah

    Board Picture
    MYSC 2003 - Founding Members


    Back row, from left to right: J Williams, V Mathur, BJ Navarro, R Bost, G Bennett, J Lowry, M Navarro, L Paz, M Bunyard, N Gupta.   Seated, from left to right: M Weibes, H Saini, Al Pacheco, M Baker, R Dunn , F Fontanilla, P Bennett.