The Houston Hurricanes FC plays in the TPSL in 2013
Texas Premier Soccer League is a professionally run men’s top level league program. The Texas Premier Soccer League will run from September to March. It is a regional semi-professional league.
Texas Premier Soccer League (TPSL), was formed in 1997 and stood from 1997-2007. In 2013, the league was brought back by Current Owner/President Brendan Keyes. Keyes is a former pro player and current Head Coach of the Houston Hurricanes FC (TPSL).
The Texas Premier Soccer League is a fully functional league that includes league and cup play. Each team will be able to play a minimum of 16 to a maximum of 24 regular season games. The teams are comprised of players who play at the highest levels of soccer available to men. Each team is privately owned and operated.
The Texas Premier Soccer League allows all the teams gain access to elite players to be added to their team rosters, including but not limited to National Team, former and current University and College, foreign, amateur, former professional and youth players. All current NCAA players will be able to play soccer at an elite level and continue to maintain their eligibility, while incoming NCAA players can impress college scouts and coaches alike.
The TPSL is sanctioned by US CLUB Soccer as an affiliate of the United States Soccer Federation (USSF), the ruling body for soccer in the United States and FIFA the world’s ruling body for soccer.
Teams in the TPSL
Texas Premier Soccer League