Club Champions League (CCL)
About Club Champions League
Founded in 1997 as the Virginia Club Champions League (VCCL) and rebranded in 2013 as the Club Champions League (CCL), the CCL strives to activate and accelerate youth soccer development through its club-centric, technical director-driven model. The CCL provides superior competition, offers a player development pathways and club model for ages eight to over-twenty-three, and consists of the top youth soccer clubs in Virginia, Maryland, and Washington, D.C. CCL member clubs have over 72,000 registered youth soccer players.
John Barata has been named CCL New England’s Director of Operations.
The Club Champions League is launching CCL New England in 2020.
SoccerWire caught up with CCL league directors to discuss the CCL College Showcase Series.
The Club Champions League has announced the 4th Annual CCL College Combine.
This coming year, the National Leagues Alliance (NLA) in partnership with the Club Champions League (CCL) and adidas, will host its first President’s Day weekend tournament, the Generation adidas National Cup, February 15-17, 2020, in Richmond, Virginia for U11-U19 boys and girls age groups.
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