Western New York's Top Local Amateur Soccer League
The Buffalo and District Soccer League (BDSL) is the premier adult amateur soccer league for the Buffalo and Western New York area. We are 1 of 14 USASA Elite Amatuer Soccer Programs in the United States
The Buffalo and District Soccer League (BDSL) is a men's adult amateur soccer league in the Buffalo and Western New York area. The league is comprised of 80 teams across six divisions. Competition ranges from the highly competitive Premier Division, with college players and coaches, to the fun, but still competitive Third Division. Championship, 1st and 2nd make up the middle portion of the league. We also host an Over 35 league that plays on Friday nights. The league consists of over 1,600 players.
League play begins late April and early May and runs through early August.
Team deposits and applications are due to the BDSL Treasurer by the first Monday of February.
Games are played on Sundays between 2-10 pm. Weekday games begin at 6:30 p.m.
We strongly urge all teams to not load up with college students who may not be available for the first or last weeks of the season.
All teams applying for play must have a home field fully insured by the BDSL through USASA.