North Texas Premier Soccer Association

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
North Texas Premier Soccer Organization
Country  United States
Confederation US Soccer
Founded 1974
Divisions 7
Levels on pyramid 5–13
Promotion to Promotes and relegates teams within itself
Relegation to Promotes and relegates teams within itself
Domestic cup(s) Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup
Current champions Legends FC

The North Texas Premier Soccer Association (NTPSA) is a soccer league run under the USASA. The league gained some fame once one of their clubs Dallas Roma F.C. reached the fourth round of the 2006 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup.[1]

NTPSA is a non-profit adult men sports organization serving Dallas and the seven surrounding counties in North Texas.[2] Organized in 1974 as a combination of two leagues, NTPSA has grown over the last 25 years to 5,000+ players annually in 4 age groupings. This league has age group divisions for ages 19–29, 30-39, 40-49, and 50-and-over age brackets.



Division 1A[3] Division 1B Division 2 Division 3 Division 4 Division 5
Matadors Peru-Dallas Goodfriend United Somerset FC Dragon Rangers FC
Velvet Hammer FC FF Premier Hotshot North Texas FC FC Kurdistan STA Wildcats
Rowlett Raiders FC Metro Alliance Chivas Inter GSE Crystal Head Vodka Alta Sociedad WFC
FC Retro United Classics FC E.D.S.A. FC Blitzkrieg Legacy FC RC United
Dallas Elite Gamtex FC Inter Dallas FC Rookies FC VP Warriors Guerilla FC
Santos FC Leon FC The Gents FC Baylor Dallas iTeam Gunners FC
Liverpool FC FSC Burn Dartos Ethio Dallas Warriors FC Delilah FC
Legends FC Uptown Goons FC Trinity United CFH FC Dallas City FC S.M.Y.D.F.C
The Other Guys FC Bad FC Los Pelas FC Olympia FC
Burn FC Longshot Royals FC Autobots FC

Board members[edit]

  • President: Larry Hall
  • Appeals and Discipline Chairman: Robert Hackett
  • Referee Chairman: Billy Harris
  • Field Chairman: Chris LeBlanc
  • Tournament Chairman: Jerry Deaton
  • Secretary/Registrar: Roger McDermott
  • Treasurer: Robert Malphurs
  • League Commissioner: Ben Contreras
  • General Manager: Andi Hall


  • Division 1A Commissioner: Roger McDermott
  • Division 1B Commissioner: Dan Veshia
  • Division 2 Commissioner: John Hall
  • Division 3 Commissioner: Billy Johnston
  • Division 4 Commissioner: Robert French
  • Division 5 Commissioner: Steve Kissner
  • Division 6 Commissioner: Miles Elliott
  • Division 7 Commissioner: None
  • Division 8 Commissioner: None
  • Division 9 Commissioner: None
  • Division 30A Commissioner: Dario Sifuentes
  • Division 30B Commissioner: Brian Norris
  • Division 30C Commissioner: Neil Nobie
  • Division 30D Commissioner: Bob Ducote
  • Division 30E Commissioner: Ali Sedghi
  • Division 30F Commissioner: Conrad Harrison
  • Division 30G Commissioner: Brandon Flohr
  • Division 40A Commissioner: Andy Macha
  • Division 40B Commissioner: Mike Daniels
  • Division 40C Commissioner: Walt Smith
  • Division 40D Commissioner: Jimmy Bortzfield
  • Division 40E Commissioner: Philip Crayton
  • Division 40F Commissioner: Allan Jensen
  • Division 50A Commissioner: Brad Jost
  • Division 50B Commissioner: Tina Flohr
  • Division 50C Commissioner: Gordon Finch


  1. ^ Bell, Jack (July 24, 2006). "Amateur Team Charges on Against M.L.S.". The New York Times. 
  2. ^ Bell, Cherie (April 11, 2002). "Men's soccer group plans 10-field complex; Association to consider allowing youth leagues to rent facility". Dallas Morning News. 
  3. ^ "North Texas Premier Soccer Association, Division 1A: Spring 2014". North Texas Premier Soccer Association. Retrieved July 26, 2014. 

External links[edit]