Competitive Program

Competitive Program Overview

FC Westlake’s Competitive program is split up into 3 levels of play, Competitive I, II & III.

Each level of play has a dedicated Program Director that makes sure players, parents and coaches have the most organized, enjoyable and developmental experience possible.

The Competitive program is a holistic child/player centered soccer program that focuses on teaching players not only soccer but life skills and how to be a good human being! 

Check out our games models below to see FC Westlake player pathway throughout all the different leagues and levels of play.


Competitive I - Game model

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Competitive I Leagues

  • Elite 64

    USYS Elite64

    Elite64 - An alternative league for U13-U19 to give teams the opportunity to play against a higher level of play under the banner of USYS.

  • ECNL-Regional-League Girls

    ECNL Regional League

    ECNL Regional League  - An alternative Boys & Girls league for a select number of clubs in South Texas.  Participation in this league is for the U13 age groups until U18.

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    State Classic League

    State Classic League - A step up from the WDDOA league’s and a qualifying league to get into Frontier.

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    WDDOA (Prime & Challenger) 

    WDDOA (Prime & Challenger)  - A tiered travel league within Austin and San Antonio, Prime is Tier 1 & Challenger is Tier 2

Competitive II Leagues

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    WDDOA (Alpha)

    WDDOA (Alpha)  - A tiered travel league within Austin and San Antonio.

Competitive III Leagues

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    Capital Area Youth Soccer Association (CAYSA)

    Capital Area Youth Soccer Association (CAYSA) - An Austin and surrounding area travel league, this league is higher than SuperLeague of Austin.

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    SuperLeague of Austin

    SuperLeague of Austin- A local Austin league designed for teams and players who want an entry level to Competitive soccer but without the travel to other cities in South Texas.