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The many names of this league:
  • USL: United Soccer Leagues (98-
  • USISL: United System of Independent Soccer Leagues (95-98)
  • USISL: United States International Soccer League (94-95)
  • USISL: United States Interregional Soccer League (91-94)
  • SISL: Sunbelt Indoor Soccer League (90-91)
  • SISL: Southwest Independent Soccer League (88-90)
  • SISL: Southwest Indoor Soccer League (86-88)

USL First Division
Formerly "A-League" and "USISL Select League". The A-League, which is just below Major League Soccer on the pyramid, represents the Division II level of professional soccer in the U.S.
USL Second Division
Former names:

USL Pro Soccer League

USL Pro Select League

D3 Pro League

USISL Pro League

PDL: Premier Development League
Formerly just "Premier League". It's the highest-level national amateur league in the U.S. It's a U23 league.
Called United States Women's Interregional Soccer League from 95-97. The W-League includes both current and former college players. Due to the tremendous growth of the W-League since its inception in 1994, the league split into two leagues in 1998: W1 & W2. The W-League is classified as an open league, allowing college players to play alongside professionals.
Super Y-League
The Super Y-League was launched in 1999 with two age groups for boys, U14 and U15. Upon its success, the league added a boys U16 classification for 2000. The 2001 season marked the debut of a U18 girls division, which competed alongside U14, U16 and U18 boys.
Originally "USISL Indoor League". The I-League is a regional indoor league that served as an outlet for USL players during the winter months. Since the dawn of USL, the I-League has been a constant, beginning in 1986 when the system was known as the Southwest Indoor Soccer League.

Over the years, teams shift between the different USL leagues. So the location of some logos on these pages may be outdated and some logos may appear on multiple pages. Life goes on.

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