Dublin United soccer league (DUSL) was started over 50 years ago as a nonprofit community-based organization, teaching the youth of Dublin the great sport of soccer.
Over the last 50 years many local businesses have contributed to the success of our nonprofit organization. Many businesses have sponsored teams, provided financial assistance for scholarships, donated items for our tournaments, and have opened their restaurants for team meetings, coach’s meetings and parties.
As we work through the recovery of COVID-19 it is an opportunity for us as an organization to now give back to our small businesses in town and say thank you for decades of support. Now that restaurants are open for business, we will be starting a “DINE WITH DUSL” initiative through the rest of October and into November.
We will be promoting local restaurants to our members on our website and asking that you support those businesses during that particular week. DUSL will receive zero money from this initiative, we are simply supporting the businesses that have supported us for over 50 years. Join myself, Dan Mendoza along with our Board of Directors and our entire staff in supporting our local restaurants.”
Visit our website for the complete list of restaurants as well as the weekly highlighted restaurants. This Weeks Highlights include:
All Players that want to be considered for 2020/2021 Competitive or Select Teams must Register for Player Placements
There is a $50 player placement deposit that will be applied to your Competitive or Select Team Registration fee when you are assigned to a team and asked to register for the program.
Registration is now open for the 2020 Recreation League and Jr Shamrock. Register your player today by following the steps listed below. This is for the NON-COMPETITIVE recreational level players.
Recreation and Jr Shamrock Registration Process
We are working to improve the volunteer deposit process this year and we have adjusted our registration process. There will be a few steps to the registration process this year.
Step 1– Register for Dublin United Soccer League and pay the Volunteer deposit. A $150 volunteer deposit is required per DUSL family. The new process will allow you to register using your family account and the system will only charge you one deposit per family. It will allow you to opt out for the volunteer deposit for additional children for any program. During the initial registration, you will be required to upload a picture of your player. This will be used for any required player credentials and allows us to keep updated pictures for all players every year.
After your initial Dublin United Soccer League Registration, you will receive an email with additional instructions;
DUSL requires that you upload you player birth certificate or passport to GotSocccer. This will assist us with verifying player ages for team placement and any required player credentials. This is the most secure way for us to collect the required proof of birth.
Step 2- Then you will need to register for your desired program. The email will contain links to the Recreation Program or the Jr Shamrock program depending on the age of your player. You will not be able to register for these programs until the initial registration is completed for each player.
Recreation Program – Birth Year 2012-2002
Jr Shamrock Program – Birth Year 2016-2013
Step 3– During registration you must agree to the new 2020 Family Parent Player Agreement. The actual agreement can be found on the website on the following page;
If you are interested in ordering protective headbands for your player, please visit the Force Field website
If you missed the ZOOM call for Recreational coaches, you can still view the video by clicking the link below
COVID-19 Update - Alameda County
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COVID-19 Update - CDC
DUSL opens its 2020 season today with all teams beginning their training sessions at Fallon Sports Park.
Coaches are anxious to start their season with their players and have completed several pre-season training seminars preparing for opening day. Thank you to the hundreds of families who are bringing their players back to the pitch for the 2020 season. We have several great things in store for you in the coming months!
Due to current county/state restrictions, social distancing requirements and general safety concerns with indoor group gatherings, DUSL will open its October Board Meeting to the general public with a restriction of a maximum of 5 attending audience members.
All general inquiries can be submitted via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
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