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North Texas Premier Recreational League


What is the North Texas Premier Recreational League

The North Texas Premier Recreational League  (“PRL”) was created by several NTX Soccer member associations, and approved by NTX Soccer, to provide a new playing league for the entire North Texas Soccer area where local member association teams can go for more competitive play or for finding new opponents to play at their general level of competitiveness.   Each team will play half of their games at their home association field and the other half at their various opponents home association fields.  It is envisioned that team will be grouped by age, competitiveness and location to accomplish the best possible playing environment under the prevailing circumstances. 

In addition to the PRL play, teams will be allowed to continue playing at their home association recreational league, if they so choose.  PRL anticipates having multiple divisions of play, including an elite division as well as non-elite divisions

Participating Home Associations

All NTX Soccer member associations in good standing are eligible to participate for free in the PRL.  Each home association should advise the PRL Executive Council of its desire to have a team participate on or before the deadlines established for each season.  The member association must submit its PRL Master Protocol Schedule (available on the forms page) to the Executive Council to start the process.

Each home association will be responsible for coordinating its fields and referees for use by PRL. In other words, each home association will pay for field usage and referee fees as per their standard procedure. 

Eligibility of Teams

Any team that is U11 or above is eligible to play in PRL if its home association notifies the Executive Council and submits it's Master Protocol Schedule to PRL.  All registration of teams is done through their normal home association registration procedures.   The home association will then submit the team for play in PRL, together with the $20 per team administrative fee.

PRL Contacts  

Dick White (LHSA), Chairman
Matt Tibbitts (GNWSA)
Matt Johanson (FSA)
Bill Hughes (CSA)
Dustin Connor (Tri County)
John Brown (LHSA) Administrator