National League P.R.O. represents the second stage of national events for all National League teams. The P.R.O. events create a truly unique environment, as club-based teams that advanced from the Elite 64 Playoffs compete against team-based sides that advanced from the Conference Playoffs. With each team earning its place at the P.R.O. events, it’s a great opportunity for players to compete in meaningful high-level games as the teams vie for berths to the USYS National Championships.
2023-24 National League P.R.O. | Play Dates
Boys and Girls – Feb. 23-26, 2024 | Tournament Sportsplex of Tampa Bay – Tampa, Fla.
Boys and Girls – May 3-6, 2024 | SoCal Sports Complex – Oceanside, Calif.
Tampa schedules will be available about 2 weeks prior to the event. Oceanside schedules will be available about 30 days prior to the event.
Who Competes at National League P.R.O.
National League P.R.O. features the top-finishing teams from both the Elite 64 Playoffs and the Conference Playoffs — bringing together the best teams within the National League from both club-based and team-based formats. Each qualifying team plays at one of the two National League P.R.O. events.
The National League P.R.O. events hold competition for boys and girls teams in the 14U, 15U, 16U, 17U and 19U age groups.
For both boys and girls, each age group at National League P.R.O. features three pools (Champions, Silver, Wildcard). Teams are placed into the pools based on their performance at their respective Playoff event, and all teams play a minimum of three games over three days. Games are primarily scheduled in a tournament/bracket format.
The Champions pool offers teams that highest likelihood of advancing directly to the USYS National Championships. Silver pool teams have the next highest odds of advancing, followed by Wildcard pool teams. With one or more qualifying spots for each pool, every team attending a National League P.R.O. event enters with a chance to advance to the USYS National Championships.
Please note: Should modified Playoff formats result in an altered number of teams advancing to a National League P.R.O. event, then the format and advancement criteria for that National League P.R.O. event may be modified.