Guam Football Associations organizes various annual leagues for youth athletes, female youth athletes and adult athletes. Each summer, a Co-Ed Masters League is featured. To participate in leagues, interested players need to first register with a club and then register at Guam Football Association for an official league player card. The player card fee in 2020 is $50 for youth leagues and $85 for Budweiser Soccer League Premier Division and women’s football leagues. Budweiser Soccer League Amateur and Masters Division player card fee is $100 in 2020. The player card is required to play in any league match and is good for one calendar year (January to December). Particularly for the Budweiser Soccer and Bud Light Women’s Soccer leagues, the player card is valid from September to August.
In one year, two youth leagues are held – the Triple J Auto Group Robbie Webber Youth Soccer League spring season beginning mid February and the fall season beginning mid September. Close to 3,000 participants play for 15 different club teams annually – Community First/Days Inn Dededo Soccer Club, ASC Trust Islanders, Quality Distributors Football Club, NAPA Rovers Football Club, Sidekick Soccer Club, Southern Cobras, Southern Heat, Bank of Guam Strykers, Tigers, Tumon Typhoons Football Club, Wings Football Club, the Guam Shipyard Wolverines, Bombers Soccer Club, and MWR North and MWR South.
For adult athletes, various leagues for players of different skill levels are coordinated by GFA. Particularly for men’s teams, an 11-A-Side league, a futsal league, and a beach soccer league are organized by the GFA Competitions Committee. The Budweiser Soccer League for men’s teams is composed of three divisions – Premier Division, Amateur Division, and the Masters division generally beginning in September through to April depending on the number of teams registered for the league. The Men’s Beach Soccer League typically begins in June. The Budweiser Futsal League generally begins in July depending on summer international tournaments where Guam is selected as the host nation.
In women’s soccer, leagues are either competitive or recreational. The competitive Bud Light Women’s Soccer League consists of two divisions: the Women’s Premier division and Women’s Amateur division. Recreational leagues, played twice yearly, are the GFA Women’s Recreational League and the Docomo Pacific GFA Soccer Moms League.
In addition to the adult leagues, Guam Football Association also organizes the annual GFA Cup tournament for both the men’s and women’s teams, the Bank of Guam GFA Cup and the Jamaican Grill Women’s GFA Cup, respectively.
In the summer, Guam Football Association organizes the Bud Light Co-Ed Masters Soccer League, the only adult league that combines both male and female players. Male players need to at least be turning 40 years old in the calendar year of the league, while female players need to at least be turning 25 years old in the calendar year of the league. A minimum number of women must be playing at all times or the team receives a penalty.