Sky Blue – PDA tops FC Virginia 1-0 in featured Girls DA match
With U.S. Soccer Girls' Development Academy Director Miriam Hickey and Women's Youth National Team Director April Heinrichs looking on from the sideline, Sky Blue - PDA defeated FC Virginia 1-0 to kick off the inaugural season of the Girls' DA. The final score may have favored the home team, but both teams were part of a historic day for women's soccer in the United States.
U.S. Soccer Girls’ DA announces full Technical Advisor group
As part of its ongoing effort to develop world class players, coaches, and referees, U.S. Soccer has added Marguerite Ferrell, Vicki Linton and Megan McCormick to complete the first team of Technical Advisors for the U.S. Soccer Girls' Development Academy.
US Youth Soccer names 256-team list for next National League season
US Youth Soccer has announced the 256 teams that have earned their place for the 2017-18 US Youth Soccer National League season. The league, entering its 11th season, is made up of 14U through 18U Boys and Girls soccer teams, with each team having an individual proven track record of continued success in US Youth Soccer programs.
U.S. Soccer Player Development Initiatives officially roll out Aug. 1
As a part of its mission to make soccer, in all its forms, the preeminent sport in the United States and to continue the development of soccer at all recreational and competitive levels, U.S. Soccer's Player Development Initiatives (PDIs) are now officially integratedas a part of the soccer landscape.
US Youth Soccer membership votes decisively to change bylaws
US Youth Soccer members voted this past weekend at its Annual General Meeting to amend the Association’s bylaws and adopt changes to the current governance structure. The measure, proposed by the Board of Directors and ratified by the National Council, required a two-thirds vote to pass.
ECNL Best XI announced following conclusion of National Training Camp
The 2017 ECNL National Training Camp took place at the University of Portland in Portland, Oregon from July 27-31, 2017, with over 90 of the best players from across the country born in 2001, 2000, and 1999 coming together to train and compete. On the final day of camp, the top 11 performers of the event were named to the ECNL Best XI based on the quality of their play throughout the event.