The US Youth Soccer National League will debut a new competition structure, beginning with the 2020-21 youth soccer seasonal year. It will continue to feature regionally aligned Conferences that operate both team-based competitions and club-based league competitions and provide a qualification pathway to their respective US Youth Soccer Regional Championship (NCS).
The national platform that ties together the Conferences will be the US Youth Soccer National League Showcase Series, which will provide opportunities for more teams to participate in showcases that match up similar teams from varying areas of the country.
The National League is comprised of twelve conferences (Desert, Frontier, Great Lakes, Mid Atlantic EDP, Midsouth, Midwest, New England, North Atlantic EDP, Northwest, Pacific, Sunshine, Piedmont, South Atlantic). Allouez Stampede FC competes in the Midwest Conference. Teams earn the right to compete in the National League based on play within their own State Association's competitions. The National League features three tiers — Premier I, Premier II and First Division.