CSL is a house league fully run and maintained by Crush Academy and its staff. The Fall CSL season will kick off in September and include six games and up to four seasons throughout the year for children 3-5 and 6-8 years of age. Sign up today in the "Crush Store" page, all major credit cards are accepted!
All games will be refereed and players will get high-level coaching from Crush Academy staff prior to every game. For more information, read through the CSL page and if you have any questions, email Todd Inouye at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The CSL playoff schedule has been updated. Please download the new schedule for the final weekend from the CSL page. Don't forget club potluck at 11:30 am on top of the hill. All CSL players and families are welcome and feel free to bring anything you like as your dish.
The 2019 CSL playoff schedule has been posted on the Crush Academy website. www.crushsocceracademy.com
The CSL schedule has been updated and posted to the CSL page. This schedule is for all of the CSL season through July. Take note of the scrimmages and playoffs scheduled as well as the club potluck at the end of the season on the last day at 11:30 AM.
All-academy technical training is held every Saturday from 10-11:00 AM. See you all at the fields!
All girls born in 2007, 2008, and 2009 are invited to formal tryouts this Sunday, 6/2/19, from 2:00-4:00 pm. The tryouts will be held at Kapiolani Park, picnic area 15, across The Elks Club. We are making a big push to build out either a 2007 or a 2009 true age group team to support the already existing competitive 2008 girls team, so if you know of anyone who might be interested, please get them this information. If anyone is already affiliated with a different club, please respect raiding rules for OL and HYSA and send them the information on 6/1/19 which is the beginning of open recruitment. We will be the only group in yellow practice shirts and the coaching staff typically wears royal blue.
This Saturday (6/1/19) is the first day of CSL from 12:30-4:00 pm at Hahaione Valley Neighborhood Park. The first day will be a "scramble" format where we will have all players who show up, split into teams and scrimmage. There will be one scrimmage from 12:30-1:30 pm, then technical training from 1:45-2:45 pm, then another set of scrimmages from 3:00-4:00 pm.
2012 and 2013 born players should only come from 1:30 pm for the training and if we have enough to scrimmage then we will do so from 3-4 pm. There will be a parent coaches scrimmage so interested parents bring your cleats with you. Hope to see you all out at the fields this weekend for another CSL kick off!
Check the CSL page for the updated D1 and D2 playoff schedule for this Saturday's games (7/28/18). This does not apply to D3 teams as they have one more week of pool play before their playoffs on 8/4/18.
In case you were wondering why the coaches team and parents team were put in the last places, it is because these teams were never eligible for playoffs and therefore are automatically placed in 5th and 6th place despite the regular season standings. All eligible teams have been moved up to seed the teams for playoffs. Best of luck to everyone this weekend!
Aloha Crush Academy Ohana,
The CSL schedule has been updated to accommodate an all-academy potluck on July 29th (the last CSL day). Basically we moved the scrimmages previously scheduled on July 15th to the 29th and moved the playoff dates (previously 7/22 and 7/29) one week earlier. This way we end CSL on the last day immediately following training so everyone can enjoy the potluck at the field.
One clarification, the scrimmages are only for Division 1 and Division 2 players and they are labeled in the new schedule. D1 players should show up at 8:30 AM for their scrimmage slot and D2 players should show up at 10 AM for their scrimmage slot. D3 players have a scheduled playoff game at either 8:45 AM or 10 AM at the Mauka field so refer to the schedule for that.
Feel free to take a look at the FAQ. As other questions arise, Crush Academy will update this page accordingly.