The major leagues of the United States are divided into two sides: the east and the west, with 15 teams in the east and 14 teams in the west competing. The score calculation method of the game is 3 points for the winner, 0 points for the loser, and 1 point for each side in the draw. The final ranking is based on the number of points. If the points are the same, the ranking will be determined by the number of wins. If the number of wins still cannot be distinguished, the number of goal difference will be determined. If the number of goal difference cannot be distinguished, the number of goals will be determined. The playoffs are composed of the top two teams on the east and west coasts and the other eight teams with the best results. The competition system is in the form of knockout rounds. The semi-finals on the east and west coasts are in the form of the first place vs the fourth place, and the second place vs the third place. The two-round system is adopted. If the two rounds are tied, there will be overtime and penalty kicks. Both the East and West Bank finals and the finals are determined by one game. If the game is tied, overtime and penalty will be taken. The champion of the finals will be qualified for the Central and North American Champions League. The Canadian team participating in the American Vocational Association cannot be qualified for the Central and North American Champions League, and can only be qualified through the Canadian championship. If the Canadian team is qualified for the Central and North American Champions League, it will be postponed to the runner-up of the finals.