What is Premier League?
Premier League is the highest competition offered in boys and girls youth (U13-18) football.
However, because the competition is highly contested, There are two types of Premier League. NPL and CPL.
We are keen to continue our Premier League Youth success. Girls and Boys of age, from all Junior Leagues, are encouraged to trial and join our Premier League teams.
Should you wish to trial for NPL or CPL, Trials typically begin in November/December each year, as the Premier League season starts earlier than the non-premier league seasons.
National Premier League (NPL)
2015 saw the introduction of the NPL. NPL is the highest competition offered in football in the ACT and surrounding regions.
NPL Girls – Clubs within the NPL Girls are required to field U14s, U15s and U17s teams.
NPL Boys – Clubs within the NPL Boys are required to field U13, U14, U16 and U18’s teams.
NPL Womens – Clubs within the NPL Women’s are required to field Reserve Grade and First Grade teams.
NPL Mens – Clubs within NPL Men’s are required to field U23 and First Grade teams
Capital Premier League (CPL)
At the end of 2020, Capital Football introduced the CPL (NPL2 Youth). The CPL is the second division of boys youth football in the ACT and surrounding regions. Clubs within the CPL Boys are required to field U13, U14, U16 and U18’s teams.
CPL Boys are regarded as the highest competition offered in boys and girls youth football in the ACT and surrounding region.
- CPL Boys are required to field U13, U14, U16 and U18’s teams.
Woden Valley Soccer Club currently fields teams for:
- 2022 NPL2Y Boys U13, U14, U16, U18
Previous National Premier League Youth Teams:
How can I get into Premier League?
Ensure you are registered, and make sure you attend NPL/CPL Trials in November/December.