Details of the student ecosystem in Rocket League for the next season

Developer Psyonix has released details of the 2022-23 season of its Collegiate Rocket League (CRL). Along with the format details, the developers announced the expansion of the CRL to include Mexican universities for the first time. Automaker Nissan will also return as title sponsor for the 2022 Fall Split.

Fall is just around the corner, which means the Collegiate Rocket League (CRL) is here! The 2022-23 CRL season is approaching and we have all the information you need to register and be ready to go. There have been some changes and additions since last season, so let's jump straight into what you can expect from the 2022-23 CRL season!

First of all, the developers talked about the inclusion of Mexican universities in the ecosystem as part of the Western Conference. As a result, Mexican college teams will have the opportunity to qualify for the 2023 CRL World Championship.

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Collegiate Rocket League New Season Format

Fall Split Schedule

Spring Split Schedule

Psyonix has reportedly entered into a partnership with the European University Rocketeers Championship (EURC), an independent organizer of the university's Rocket League tournaments, to host the league's European leg. Details of the European season will be published later.