Albuquerque Sol
American Outlaws

Welcome to Albuquerque Soccer League

December 1

We will close for the Christmas break on December 17 and open again on January 3.  We should be ready then to unveil our new website, still at this address, so keep your eyes peeled.

We will not be open on Thursday nights again until February.  .

Planned dates for entry level referee clinics for the spring season are February 11 and February 26.  You'd need to attend one of those dates, not both.  Details to come.

If your team is looking for players for the spring season, send us what you're looking for and exactly how many world cup titles each player should have won to make your roster and we'll get your posted.


Office hours are 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday. During the playing season we’re open on Thursdays 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.  We are not open on Friday, regardless of what "they" told you. The office is at 1820 San Pedro NE, Suite 6. You can bring gifts and the staff will be very grateful. Please don’t bring them firearms or distilled spirits as league management often meets with them later in the day when their stress level is increased.


In the summer, the decision to play games is made at the field due to the wide spread in field locations.  Therefore, you need to go to your game so the referee can determine if the field is playable.  We do NOT use the rainout phone.

In the fall and spring, where we play at three locations, if it rains, we e-mail everyone, update the web site and post notice on the rainout phone at 341-5044.  The first update of the day will be posted at 7 a.m.  Please listen to the message, as it will tell you whether you need to call back during the day for updates.  The phone will handle 500 callers at a time, so you won’t get a busy signal.

Come join the Albuquerque Chapter of American Outlaws!!!!!!

When you watch a US Soccer Men’s or Women’s National Team game on TV, you’ll notice a boisterous collection of nutjob fans sitting behind one of the goals jumping up and down and often unfurling very large banners before the games during players introductions and the national anthem.  Those people are an organized bunch known as the American Outlaws.  They are officially recognized by US Soccer as our national supporters group.  We have a hardy chapter of the American Outlaws in Albuquerque and we meet for games at the Starr Brothers Brewing on San Antonio, which also sponsors the Albuquerque SOL and is soccer and family friendly.  We’ve got our own Facebook page for the Albuquerque chapter and would love to expand our membership base.  You’re welcome to come to our events even if you’re not a member, but we’d like it even more if you joined us.  It’s pretty simple. Go here:

It costs $29 a year and you get a free shirt shipped straight to your front door and a scarf.  You can’t beat the price.

And there’s more.  As an AO member, you get access to the tickets with the group for national team games, which means in addition to being at the game, you can sit with your fellow nutjobs and jump up and down and yell and generally release your pent up emotions because you lost your cellphone at the airport.

ASL supports the AO chapter locally and can answer any questions you may have.  Come join us.

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