the Chicago area's premier indoor soccer experience for youth levels U8 thru High School

2016-17 SEASON


U13-U19 Boys and Girls

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U8-U15 Boys and Girls

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Whats NEW at Chicagoland Indoor Soccer for the upcoming 2016-2017 Indoor Season?

New Bridgeview Dome Announced!
The Village of Bridgeview has announced that a NEW INDOOR SPORTS DOME will be erected on the north end at Toyota Park located at 7000 N. Harlem Avenue in Bridgeview. The NEW Bridgeview Dome will be open for indoor soccer on 1/7/17 and will be the NEW home for the Chicagoland Indoor Soccer League (CISL).

Max McCook (The Max) Announces 2016-2017 Upgrades!
The Village of McCook has announced multiple upgrades at the Max including NEW State of the Art Turf, additional lighting, bathroom upgrades, new paint and MORE! The Max has been great supporters and partners of CISL and we are excited to be back for our 9th season.

Chicagoland Indoor Soccer continues to work with our partners as we look to provide your teams and club the BEST indoor soccer facilities and overall indoor soccer experience. We hope you join us for the 2016-2017 indoor season for the most competitive indoor soccer in the Chicagoland area.

Chicagoland Indoor Soccer is preparing for our 9th year (2016-2017) of the most competitive indoor soccer leagues in the Chicagoland and NW Indiana areas. If you are interested in joining CISL or request additional information please email   

We are excited to announce that CISL has had multiple players continuing on to play soccer at Division 1, Division 2, Division 3 and NAIA Universities and Colleges.  Currently, there are (2) players on the Chicago Fire that have played their indoor soccer in the Chicagoland Indoor Soccer League.  These players include Joey Calistro (#15) and Collin Fernandez (#17). Both players are currently playing on the Chicago Fire and have already seen playing time for the 2016 season.  Congratulations to both players as we wish them both luck in their professional careers

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NEWS: US Soccer, the governing body for soccer in the U.S., has created a new U.S. Soccer Player Development Initiative effective 2017/2018.
You need to be aware of this initiative if you have teams that wish to participate in competitive tournaments or events outside of your league.
Following are the links to the U.S. Soccer Player Development Initiative:

Strong competition but not the highest level of soccer for the select age bracket.

Play travel teams at the most competitive level for the select age bracket