The SNSA Adult League Spring 2019 season will begin in March, with league play starting on or after Sunday, March 10 and ending on Sunday, May 19. All league games will be played on Sundays at Heritage Park. We offer Coed 8v8 Open and Coed 5v5 Recreational divisions; we will also host a Men's League if we have enough interested players. Registration for the Spring 2019 season will start January 14 and run through February 25, 2019; registration will be accepted after February 25 on a space-available basis. For the Coed divisions teams have the option of paying the team registration fee (covers up to 16 players in 8v8 and 12 players in 5v5) or having each player on the team pay the individual player registration fee. Players that do not have a team can register online as a pool player, and will not be charged a fee until assigned to a team. For Men's League individual players register and pay a $10 deposit; the balance of the registration fee is paid when the player is assigned to a team. Players must be at least 17 years of age by the first game in order to participate in SNSA Adult League. Click on the links below for more information and to register for SNSA Adult League's Spring 2019 season.
The SNSA Adult League Fall 2018 season concluded in exciting fashion, with the crowning of Best of the Best, Best of the Rest, and Beast of the Least in the Coed 8v8 division on Sunday, November 18 at Heritage Park.
The Fall 2018 playoffs consisted of Best of the Best, Best of the Rest, and Beast of the Least divisions. The quarterfinal round was played on November 4; the semifinal round was played on November 11; and the final round was played on November 18.
The Coed 8v8 Best of the Best division featured a five team bracket. In the quarterfinal game, Public Works Coffee blanked F10 Group 9-0 to advance to the semifinal round. In first semifinal match Public Works Coffee continued its run of form with a 6-2 upset of top-seed Game Over. The second semifinal was a tight affair, with Golden Misfits edging Fisher Space Pen 1-0. The final match was a nail-biter, as Golden Misfits rallied to tie Public Works Coffee 6-6. Golden Misfits then won 3-1 in the ensuing PK shootout to win the Coed 8v8 Best of the Best championship shirts.
The Coed 8v8 Best of the Rest division also used a five team knockout-round format. In the quarterfinal match, Joga Bonita then upset top seed Shamrock Rovers 9-3 in the first semifinal, and Mixed Nuts slipped by The Big Lewandowski 9-7 in the second semifinal. In the championship game Joga Bonita broke open a 0-0 halftime tie to defeat Mixed Nuts 8-2 and claim the title of Best of the Rest.
Four teams played a round-robin format in the Beast of the Least division. In the first round Defensins edged Chamucos FC 5-4, and Nomads FC defeated Truffle Shuffle 9-2, earning both teams 9 match points.. In the second round Nomads FC beat Chamucos FC 3-2 to post another 9 match points, while Defensins and Truffle Shuffle tied 0-0 (double forfeit), earning both teams 4 match points . In the final round-robin matches Defensins blanked Nomads FC to earn 10 match points, for a cumulative match point total of 23 to win the Beast of the Least title. Nomads FC finished second with 18 match points..
We would like to thank all of our SNSA Adult League teams that participated in our Fall 2018 season, and we hope to see all of you back in March for the Spring 2019 season!
Click on the link below to view all of the results for the SNSA Adult League Fall 2018 season.
Southern Nevada Soccer Association established the SNSA Adult League in 2007; it started as a small league for the parents of players enrolled in SNSA youth leagues. The mission of SNSA Adult League is to provide a family-oriented, fun soccer experience for adult players of all ages and skill levels through coed recreational and open division play. Although league game results and standings are posted, the primary emphases of SNSA Adult League are sportsmanship, safety, fitness and fun. This code of conduct is established to ensure that all participants in SNSA Adult League understand the behavior expectations for our players, and will work together to create a positive environment for our members to enjoy coming together to play the great game of soccer.