Southwest Illinois Soccer League Rules
Our mission is to create positive experiences with the game of soccer, leaving people with a life long appreciation for the game.


Our objectives are:

    To afford the opportunity to every boy and girl within the vicinity to participate in the soccer program.

    To promote and STRESS sportsmanship among players, managers, coaches, referees, parents and spectators.

    To place players on teams and in divisions most appropriate for the player’s qualifications.

    To obtain the best available leadership as coaches, managers, referees, coordinators and any other capacity in which leadership is require

As a non-profit youth organization, Southwest Illinois Soccer service children in Southern Illinois Serving youth players that recreational, together with coaches, referees, parents, and fans, Southwest Illinois Soccer provides a fun, challenging, safe environment for participants to interact, exercise and develop in soccer.


By implementing proper age and ability specific programs in a patient problem-solving manner, we foster the physical, mental, and emotional growth for everyone touched by our association. Through the promotion of the game of soccer, people of all ages will learn to challenge themselves, strengthen their self-image, and contribute to the game


2017 SWISL Rules and Regs   


  Southwest Illinois Soccer:

Penalty Box Measurement--Please refer to the IYSA goalie/penalty box measurements that are located at the following link:




Team Colors

    • St Rose – Red

    • Trenton – Burgundy

    • Breese – Gray

    • Lebanon – Purple

    • Salem - Green; Red/White- 7th/8th; Black/White- 5th/6th Boys; Cobalt Blue/White- 5th/6th Girls

    • Carlyle – Yellow

    • Germantown- Red, Black (7th/8th)

    • Albers/Dville – Light Blue

    • Aviston – Royal Blue

    • O'Fallon/Shiloh - Navy/White- 7th/8th; Cobalt Blue/White- 5th/6th Girls; Black/White- 5th/6th Boys

    • Centralia – Royal Blue

    • New Baden - Black

    • Nashville - Royal Blue

    • Okawville - Orange

    • Highland – Lime Green


Illinois New Law regarding Goals


Illinois has signed into law "Zach's Law".  Please check out this link to law about securing portable soccer goals.



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