The Under-17 Women’s National Team will travel to Sweden to participate in a friendly tournament from Sept. 11-17 which will feature games against three of the top countries in European women’s soccer.
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The U.S. Under-20 Women’s National Team defeated Sweden 4-0 in its final match at the Women’s U-19 La Manga Tournament 2019. Four different players scored for the USA, finishing the three-game competition on a high note.
The U.S. Under-18 Women’s National Team drew 2-2 with England in the first of two matches between the teams that kick off a new cycle for this age group.
The U.S. Under-20 Women’s National Team will travel to La Manga, Spain from Feb. 24-March 6 to play its first three international matches of the year at the Women’s U-19 La Manga Tournament.
For the third year in a row, the U.S. Under-23 Women’s National Team will take part in the Thorns Spring Invitational running from March 24-30 in Portland, Oregon.
The U.S. Under-18 Women’s National Teams will kick off its 2019 programming and a new cycle with a trip to England from Feb. 18-27. Tracey Kevins will coach the 20-player squad.
U.S. Soccer will kick off its new Talent Scout license program this week with the first meeting of the initial pilot course this week in Dallas, Texas. The course is designed to educate candidates to develop the competencies needed to complete the tasks of a Talent Scout: examining players, building and managing a network, reporting and self-development.
Two-time national champion Stanford improved its roster with five future Cardinal signing National Letters of Intent to join the program in the fall of 2019.
With the objective to expand and improve the Youth National Team player pool, U.S. Soccer will launch a new Youth National Teams Under-14 Talent Identification Program this month.
A total of 17 youth clubs across the country had at least five current players earn U.S. Girls' and Women's National Team call-ups during the year 2018.