Division Format 2015-16

Divisions U14 Girls, U15 Girls and U15 Boys will play a round robin schedule  (play each other home and away). The team with most points will be declared League Champions. If the top 2 teams are tied on points there will be a play-off game (as per league rules). All other teams tied in the league standings will be adjusted by goal difference.


Divisions U13 Girls, U14 Boys and U16 Boys will be split into 2 groups of 7 (Selected at random). Teams in each group will play each other home and away with a cross-over game on their bye with the bye team in the other group.

At the end of season the top 2 teams from each group will play-off for the division title (top team from group “A” vs second in group “B”); with the 2 winners then playing off for the title.

Tiebreaker, if needed, is as follow for top 2 teams in group.

  1. Head to Head.
  2. Goal difference (goals for minus goals against).
  3. Goal average (goals for divided by goals against).

Divisions U16 Girls = 8 Teams will play 3 rounds. Team with most points will be declared League Champions. If the top 2 teams are tied on points there will be a play-off game (as per league rules). All other teams tied in the league standings will be adjusted by goal difference.


Divisions U13 Boys and U18 Boys will be split into 2 groups of 8 (Selected at random). All teams will play home and away = 14 games.

  • The top 4 teams (team in a tie will go to the tiebreak) from each group will be place into a new group. (A) and will play each other once = 7 games.
  • The bottom 4 teams from each group will be placed into a second group (B) and play each other once = 7 games
  • The top team from group A will be declared League Champion.
  • If the top 2 teams in group A are tied on points there will be a play-off game (as per league rules).

Division U18 Girls will be split into 2 groups (picked at random) of 9 teams. Each team will play home and away = 18 Weeks.

At the end of season the top 2 teams from each group will play-off for the division title (top team from group “A” vs second in group “B”); with the 2 winners then playing off for the title.

Tiebreaker, if needed, is as follow for top 2 teams in group.

  1. Head to Head.
  2. Goal difference (goals for minus goals against).
  3. Goal average (goals for divided by goals against).

Metro League Youth Soccer | Boys and Girls