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And a Schedule Revision already! Plus Another!

Thanks to some sharp eyes, and revised field Permits, we have our first and second Schedules Revisions for the year. There isn’t too much new and exciting, just fixing a minor error, and an adjustment to a couple of start times, which may lead to a re-revision later, unless we re-re-revision the re-revision, at which point we will probably talk to you about an extended Car Warranty, ’cause we’re sure everyone needs one of those. But in the meantime, we appear to have covered the Re-revision already!

But Wait!! There’s More!!! A few Teams opted to move about, so talk to your team manager to find out if you are still in the same Division as before!!

Check the Schedules page for your team’s updated schedules!

The 2024 Season Begins!

We are in the Month of May, and that means the Season begins!

We do have the usual challenges of field availability, so at the moment, we only have the Month of May scheduled, as we are working on securing additional fields for league use. Check the Schedules Tab for your Division to see the first month of games.

Portland Co-ed Announcement

To the Portland Co-ed Soccer Community,
        After 47 years of working tirelessly to ensure the local soccer community had a social and recreational league for adult players to enjoy the late Spring and Summer weather, while sharing the fields in friendly competition, Ginger Bradbury is stepping down as President of Portland Co-ed Soccer.  Ginger is stepping into the role of President Emeritus.  

Portland Co-ed Soccer started in 1976 as Eastside Coed, playing games on the fields at Camp Withycombe and the old Multnomah County Fairgrounds in Gresham.  After a number of years, with games being moved to Delta Park as the league expanded, it combined with Westside Coed and became Portland Coed Soccer, gaining fields and players to become the league we have enjoyed over the past number of years.

Ginger has been a local soccer icon for a long time.  She started with soccer when her kids were young, and continued to play, mentor, coach, and run various leagues over the years.  She has served on the OASA Board since the coed league became affiliated, as a League representative, and an advocate for local soccer events, and organizing tournaments.

On a personal note, I have always looked to Ginger for guidance and suggestions on how to address issues and keep things running as smoothly as possible.  I will miss having her presence and support on the field and in the “office” as Portland Co-ed moves forward.

We are assessing the future plans for Portland Coed, and will be announcing any changes at a later date.

Thank you, Ginger, for all you have done for Portland Co-ed Soccer.

2023 League tables are updated!

The Division stats are now uploaded. There are a couple of teams that will not have their full season attributed as there were a few games that we did not get scores from, or in those instances of teams moving divisions during the season, you may need to look in multiple Divisions to find the full team stats.

2023 is in the Books

Our 2023 Season has ended. While it has been a more challenging than usual season, we had 14(ish) weeks of games, and good competition throughout the divisions. We are tabulating the standings, and should have them updated, posted, and sent to team managers soon.

Thanks to the teams, team managers, and referees for making this season successful!

Hope to see you all back next season!

Portland Co-ed Soccer COVID Policy

As most are aware, there have been some recent changes to the CDC recommendations and guidelines as of May 18th, 2021. Furthermore, OHA (Oregon Health Authority) has adopted the stance of CDC and the following announcement is in effort to stay in line with both CDC and OHA recommendations:

OHA strongly recommends that individuals who are unvaccinated or who are at risk for severe COVID-19 disease continue to wear a mask, or face covering when in outdoor crowded areas and in outdoor large gatherings of individuals and maintain physical distancing. “Unvaccinated” includes those who have not had the full dosage of the Vaccine; those that have had the full dosage of the vaccine, but are within 2 weeks (14 days) of having received the full dosage; and those who are not getting the vaccine, regardless the reason.

Following OHA guidelines for individuals outdoors, masks are no longer required for any Portland Co-ed Soccer matches. This will include any participant at the permitted facility during the scheduled match time. The scheduled match time is to include the 15 minutes prior to the scheduled kickoff and the two hours and 15 minutes after the scheduled kickoff time.

For those that are still concerned about the current climate, any participant is still welcome to wear a mask; however, for players that choose to wear a mask it must be a soft cloth covering – no face shields are allowed under any circumstances.

Please understand that some participants may still choose to wear a mask, but that it will no longer be a requirement for any Portland Co-ed match.

Lastly, please continue to be mindful of your social distancing when appropriate and please continue to wash your hands. Be safe and good luck in your matches!


Welcome to Portland Co-ed Soccer! We are an Adult Co-ed Soccer league that plays in the Portland, Oregon Metropolitan area. We are an Age Restricted League, Men must be 25 Years or Older, Women must be 21 years or Older to participate in league games. Portland Co-ed Soccer plays 1 season per year on Monday Nights, which starts the first Monday in May and runs for 12 to 13 weeks, usually ending by the first Monday in August. Games start no earlier than 7:00pm.

Portland Co-ed Soccer is an OASA ( affiliated league, so players must have a Valid OASA Player Card before they can play in league matches.

Portland Co-ed Soccer was formed in 1976 by a group of adults excited to play Co-ed Soccer for Fun, get their spouses or partners involved, and create a Fun, Social environment to enjoy the outdoors, the company of fellow players, and occasionally BBQ after kicking a ball around for 90 minutes.

Many years, many teams, many memorable moments later, Portland Co-ed Soccer is still kicking, with 7 Divisions of Fun, excitement and Soccer!