The NSCAA conducts the most widely recognized national and regional soccer ranking system in the country as a service to the general public and its members. The intent of the rankings program is to stimulate greater interest in men's and women's soccer at the intercollegiate and interscholastic levels and to recognize those programs that are enjoying remarkable success on a regional and national level.
The NSCAA produces both regional and national rankings of college soccer programs, which are revealed weekly on Tuesdays throughout the fall.
The NSCAA and USA TODAY High School Sports release the USA TODAY/NSCAA Super 25 Fall High School Rankings on Tuesdays.
2015-16 Winter Rankings - Final (4/19)
2014-15 High School Rankings:
If you are a current coach of a high school team and can provide accurate information on the strength of teams in your area, region or state, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. To ensure that your message is passed to the correct representative, specify whether you are referring to a boys' or girls' team, and include the city and state in which the school is located.
The NSCAA rankings are an indicator of week-to-week status of qualified programs and in no way should be used as a guide or indicator of eligibility for championship selection.
Individual membership in the NSCAA is required to be considered for NSCAA High School Rankings. To be eligible for consideration in NSCAA College Rankings, a school must be a member of NSCAA’s College Services program.