The 2022 USTA Leagues season is just around the corner! We’re ready to kick off another season of fun, competition, and camaraderie for players of all skill levels and age divisions.
Register for a USTA League
If you are looking to join a USTA League team, follow these steps to find the options available in your area:
- Visit the League page at USTA TennisLink.
- Select “Find and Sign Up for a League.” This link will prompt you to log-in or create a USTA account. All USTA League players are required to have a USTA account.
- If you do not have a rating, you will go through the self rating process to determine your estimated level of play.
- Once you have self-rated, USTA TennisLink will display a selection of Leagues for which you are eligible. View League descriptions.
- Select a League that interests you, or sign up for open teams that are currently accepting new players. Fees are displayed when applicable.
- Your Area League Coordinator is happy to help with this process. Visit your ALC page for more information, or use this form to make a general inquiry.
The best source for information on USTA Leagues is the Area League Coordinator (ALC). These local USTA team members will oversee the return of League play in a given region, and provide timely updates on deadlines, match scheduling, and more.
Consult your ALC for more information on Leagues that will be starting in your area.
Southern California Leagues
Southern California Leagues are divided into thirteen geographic areas and organized by age, level, and the National Tennis Rating Program (NTRP). Many leagues also offer you and your teammates a chance to advance from local play to Sectional and National championship events as a representative of #TeamSoCal.
Leagues may include: Adult 18 & Over, Mixed 18 & Over, Adult 40 & Over, Mixed 40 & Over, Adult 55 & Over, Adult 65 & Over, SoCal Doubles 18 & Over, and Tri-Level 18 & Over. In addition, Area League Coordinators may operate additional leagues throughout the year, including 18-39 and Mixed 55 & Over.