Guam Soccer League

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Guam Soccer League
Founded 1990; 28 years ago (1990)
Country Guam Guam
Confederation AFC
Divisions 1
Number of teams 17 & 7
Domestic cup(s) Guam FA Cup
International cup(s) AFC Cup
Current champions Rovers FC (4th title)
Most championships Guam Shipyard (9 titles)
2018–19 Guam Soccer League

Guam Soccer League (GSL) is the top league of the Guam Football Association in the United States territory of Guam. Since 2004, the GSL has had two levels: Division 1 and Division 2.[1] Since 2007, the league has adopted a longer season that starts in the fall and ends in the spring. Previously, the GSL was divided into two seasons: Spring and Fall. When the champions of the Spring and Fall seasons were different, a one-off match was played to decide the year's overall champion.

Teams for 2017–18 season[edit]

Premier Division[edit]

Masters Division[edit]

Previous winners[edit]

Winners were:[2]

Total Championships[edit]

The number of league championships that clubs in Guam have attained.

Number of Championships
Guam Shipyard (also as Staywell, Coors Light, G-Force) 9
Quality Distributors 6
Rovers FC 5
University of Guam 4
Tumon Soccer Club (also as Tumon Taivon) 2
Anderson Soccer Club 1
Guam U-18 1
Cars Plus FC 1

Golden Boot Winners[edit]

Fall 2006 Guam Eric Sotto Under-17 National 32
Spring 2007 Guam Eric Sotto Under-19 National 16
2007/08 Ashton Surber NO KA OI 20
2008/09 Min Sung Choi Paintco Strykers 35
2009/10 Min Sung Choi
Matthew Welton
Paintco Strykers
Quality Distributors
2010/11 Guam Elias Merfalen Cars Plus FC 15
2011/12 Scott Spindel
Jason Cunliffe
Quality Distributors
Guam Shipyard
2012/13 Scott Spindel Quality Distributors 42
2013/14 Ashton Surber
Jason Cunliffe
Southern Cobras
Rovers DI
2014/15 Ian Mariano Rovers DI 32[3]
2015/16 Min Choi Guam Shipyard 41
2016/17 Min Choi Guam Shipyard 32[4]


  1. ^ "Schedule and Results". Guam FA. Retrieved 9 February 2017.
  2. ^ "Guam - List of Champions". RSSSF. Retrieved 30 September 2011.
  3. ^
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