Our goal is to connect women soccer players with recreational teams, leagues, training programs, tournaments, gear, travel and charitable sports organizations.
We support the collaboration of women’s amateur soccer worldwide and PLAY for the United Nations 2030 Global Goals for Sustainable Development of Health and Wellness, Gender Equality and Reduced Inequalities.
We advocate against discrimination and for inclusive and equitable opportunity. We are allies with the LGBTQ+ community. We are activists against racism. We #PLAYatEveryAge.
January 2023 Blog on AdultsPlaySports.com
“For Love of the Game: How One Woman’s Love for Playing Soccer Became a Business”
Our Founder Makes Headlines as a 45-year-old College Athlete and Whose Son is a Student-Athlete at the Same School
AARP California Celebrates National Soccer Day with a Live Interview
Join us or watch the replays on Facebook and YouTube!
Watch on YouTube https://youtu.be/eSACG9wzPMc
Read the blog: https://states.aarp.org/california/nationalsoccerday21
Southern Spain Tournament for Women by Women – June 2022
PLAY in the NEW travel tournament for women age 30+ 40+ 50+ 60+ in Southern Spain, June 23 to 29, 2022! LINK HERE
Local Women’s Recreational Soccer in San Diego
View our latest e-newsletter for information about current and future opportunities to play! LINK HERE
Women’s Age 40+ 50+ 60+ Trips for 2022
Our soccer trip to the Futbol Mas Mujer Tournament in Jerez de la Frontera, Southern Spain, is scheduled for June 23-29, 2022. We are looking forward to an amazing event organized BY women FOR women! More info…
Plans to visit Norway and Sweden are in progress as we monitor the pandemic and safe travel regulations. The 2020 trip was cancelled but we have a full list of age 50+ 60+ 70+ women signed up to experience the amazing soccer field in Henningsvaer, Lofoten Islands, Norway.
Community Soccer Training in San Diego (Masked & Distanced)
Learn soccer for the first time, return to the game or keep your skills sharp at our FUN +FREE sessions. Women and allies are welcome. Age 30 and older players are encouraged to join.
View session details on Eventbrite, Facebook Events, Meetup, NextDoor, and Endalgo. More info on our page here.
December 08, 2020: America SCORES – Bay Area Soccer Summit “Recreational Women’s Soccer Leagues: How to Grow the Game for Women of All Ages and Levels of Play” as part of the summit theme, “Building, Empowering, & Strengthening Women & Girls Through Soccer.”
A conversation with Angela Bailey of America SCORES Bay AREA and Golden Gate Women’s Soccer League, Kali Blackshear of Georgia Amateur Women’s Soccer Association/ USASA Region 3, Brandi Mitchell of San Diego Soccer Women & Anna Siedzik of the Eastern Massachusetts Women’s Soccer League.
Summit is December 4 and 7 to 11, 2020. Register for live sessions and replays.
July 02, 2020: Announcing a *NEW* women’s amateur / recreational tournament for 2021 in Southern Spain! We are partnering with Futbol+Mujer (Soccer+Woman) to organize a resort tournament for age 40+ and 50+ women’s teams from around the world.
June 08, 2020: Team San Diego Soccer Women spoke with the organizers of the Global Goals World Cup – New York City 2019 about the importance of Global Goal #10 – Reduced Inequalities – when considering adult and youth participation in soccer leagues. We discussed the need for sports organizations at all levels to fight racism, as well as discrimination based on age, race, gender, sexual identity, citizenship, parental and marital status, and economic resources. YouTube video
February 07, 2020: Local CHSTV broadcasting students created a short documentary about our age 55+ players in San Diego’s women’s leagues. Huge appreciation to sisters Birgen and Zuzu G.! Note: San Diego Soccer Women is not the league organizer, but an organization that connects women with playing, training and travel opportunities.
Sunday, 30 June, 2019: 🎙🎧⚽️ San Diego’s “Prime of Life” women’s soccer league was featured on NPR’s Weekend Edition with interviews of age 60+ female players in the sport. The story was selected as part of their coverage of the US Women’s National Team in the FIFA Women’s World Cup in France.