The Piedmont Conference is one of 13 conferences that fall under the scope of the US Youth Soccer Leagues Program and operate at a multi-state level—providing high-level competition on a consistent basis at a targeted local level (North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia and parts of Tennessee).
The Piedmont Conference’s Premier I Division tier offers its teams an opportunity to qualify for the following season’s National League. In addition to providing a pathway to qualifying for the National League, the Piedmont Conference provides teams with a chance to advance to the US Youth Soccer Southern Regional Championships, which are held annually each summer.
How does my team get into National League?
Georgia State Cup and Georgia Premier League (GPL) are qualifying events for National League. Learn more about how your team can get into the National League Piedmont Conference.
The US Youth Soccer Leagues Program provides annual league competitions at the multi-state and national tiers for the highest levels of boys and girls teams in US Youth Soccer.
The multi-state tier of competition is comprised of US Youth Soccer Conferences. The Conference structure debuted in the 2018-19 season, replacing what were previously known as the US Youth Soccer Regional Leagues.
The national tier of competition is the US Youth Soccer National League, which has served as the highest league competition in US Youth Soccer since 2007.
Click here to visit the Piedmont Conference homepage.