We are an adult soccer league in Snohomish County, WA, providing league play for all levels of competition year round.


Effective July 1, 2019 SCASA referees will be applying the new changes to the Laws of the Game.

To review Laws of the Game 2019/20 Changes & Clarification go to


or go to Rules Page to review in brief.


Walking Soccer

Wednesday nights, Kasch Park Field 3 A, Everett  7:15 pm    Drop-In $5 per night

No Walk Soccer for winter. We will start up again in March 2020.

Open to all ages but designed for those who can no longer run and play.    

WSASA Card required $35 (or special walking soccer player cards available on site to purchase $20)

Walk soccer offers a more casual way to play (Everett Herald)


Walking Soccer Champions

March 29-31 in the first ever Walk Soccer division in the Evergreen Cup Tournament at Starfire.

Five Coed teams: three from the Greater Seattle area and one each from Everett and Bellingham competed.

SCASA (Snohomish County Adult Soccer Association from Everett) defeated the Ultimate Walk Soccer Futballers 1-0 to win the first ever title on Sunday.


                                                   (Tammi Koffler, Tim Busch, Travis Erickson, Tim Bressler, Tom Croissant, Naomi Johnson, Dan and Cindy Weyers. (Rem Hustad, not pictured)





National Recognition

One of our affiliated leagues has been honored by the United States Adult Soccer, the Evergreen Premier League-Washington.  The United States Adult Soccer Association has just recognized the Evergreen Premier League Washington as an Elite Amateur League under their Premier League program. The EPLWA is one of only 11 leagues nationwide to receive this recognition. They also join the NPSL, USL and WPSL under the Premier League program.

“This is an amazing honor for the EPLWA and a tribute to the hard work and dedication of our eight clubs around the Evergreen State,” said Washington State Adult Soccer Association President and EPLWA Vice-President of Competitions Tim Busch. The award was granted to the league after only three weeks of play. Many state associations and leagues around the US are following the success of the EPLWA in its inaugural season.
“The designation brings the national spotlight to Washington State and to about 200 of its top amateur players who compete in our league,” says EPLWA President Peter Ostrovsky. “It’s well deserved recognition for the hard work that they put in on the pitch and the high standard that they hold themselves to.”

Visit the EPLWA’s Premier website.