The World Class FC GIRLS program participates in the National Premier Leagues

through the

Northeast Girls NPL.

US Club Soccer has announced the creation of the Northeast Girls NPL as the newest addition to the organization’s National Premier Leagues (NPL).   The Northeast Girls NPL will bring the total number of NPLs across the country to 18, with 11 clubs from five states set to compete in the U-13 through U-18 age groups.  The following clubs will begin play in the Northeast Girls NPL during the Fall 2013 season

North Division
South Division
Albertson SC (N.Y.)
FC Bucks (Pa.)
Connecticut FC (Conn.)
Match Fit Academy FC (N.J.)
East Meadow SC (N.Y.)
FC Stars of Mass.
PDA (N.J.)
Penn Fusion (Pa.)
Scorpions SC (Mass.)
World Class FC (N.J.)
SoccerPlus Elite (Conn.)
 
  
“The NPL has enjoyed tremendous success in the northeast and we’re thrilled to be expanding that competitive landscape with the Northeast Girls NPL,” NPL General Manager Chris Baer said. “These 11 clubs will make for a league filled with high-quality talent and competition, and we’re excited for play to kick off this fall.”   Teams in the U-13 and U-14 age groups will play 20-game seasons, and U-15 through U-18 teams will play 14-15 games per year. With competition split into two divisions, the top squads from each will face off in semifinals and a final to determine champions.

The NPL provides a unified, league-based national developmental platform with the highest level of competition in its geographic areas. Created to elevate and change the competitive youth soccer landscape based upon US Club Soccer’s fundamental principles, the NPL extends developmental principals espoused by the U.S. Soccer Development Academy into younger age groups and additional clubs, providing a platform for long-term player development. More specifically, the NPL provides a platform

  • focused on long-term player development;
  • for the country’s top soccer clubs, allowing consistent, meaningful high-level games appropriately scheduled with higher training-to-game ratios;
  • that allows players to be scouted and evaluated by U.S. Soccer National Staff and Technical Advisors;
  • that is designed and structured by the clubs, based on the needs of the clubs; and
  • that provides an avenue for qualification for the NPL Champions Cup.
The culminating event each year is the NPL Champions Cup, where national championships are awarded. The NPL Champions Cup features qualifiers from every NPL across the country in a true “champions league” competition. The NPL Competition Committee, which includes one representative from every NPL, makes recommendations regarding the NPL Champions Cup qualification process for each NPL based on each league’s relative size and strength. These recommendations include: 1.) direct berths in the NPL Champions Cup; 2.) play-in berths in the NPL Champions Cup, and 3.) placement of NPL finalists in US Club Soccer’s National Cup. This annual evaluation process will allow continued growth of NPLs across the country while maintaining competitive balance within every league and in the NPL Champions Cup.
 
If you are interest in our Girls National Premier League teams send your email to ... girlsdoc@wcsocceracademy.org
 
 


 


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