Plano Premier League Placement

The Plano Premier League Placement Tournament is a key part of the registration process for the Competitive League.  The tournament is held in the fall, ahead of the beginning of league play, and determines divisional placement of teams.


READ THIS FIRST :  PPL Placement Games Instructions


Registration deadlines for the 2013/2014 Plano Premier League are:


U11-U19 Boys and Girls- Friday 7/26/2013



  • U11B teams that  registered for the Classic Qualifying tournament and do not advance after the first weekend must register by Tuesday 8/6/2013
  • U11B teams that make it to the second weekend and do not advancemust register by Monday 8/12/2013.
  • U11G teams that registered for the Lake Highlands qualifier but do not advance must register by Tuesday 8/6/2013.



Edit your Placement Games Application.


All teams after registering for the PPL, must go to the Placement Tournament website and complete the Tournament Registration form.  We will use this database to send out mass league emails.


For the Team History section of the application please enter your intentions for the Placement Games by entering one of these three things:

i.     Playing in the Placement Games

ii.    Received a BYE

iii.   Not playing in the Placement Games, want to be in the Lowest Division


If your team received a BYE please put BYE and the place your team fell in the F12/S13 season in the team history section of the application. You must obtain N+1 as of an April 1, 2013 roster to qualify for the BYE.


PPL Placement Games Information

Edit PPL Placement  Games Application






PPL Placement Information


PPL Placement Application



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