ECNL Girls Regional League to begin holding national showcase events next season
RICHMOND, VA – ECNL Girls will launch the first-ever national event series for the ECNL Girls Regional League for the 2021-22 season, giving more players access to the ECNL’s renowned college recruiting platform.
The series will feature two showcase national events, each running concurrently with existing ECNL Girls National Events. Between these events, thousands of ECNL athletes will gain exposure to hundreds of college coaches and scouts, while experiencing high-level competition.
“National Events have been a staple of the ECNL platform, and we are thrilled to add the ECNL event experience to Regional League players and teams next season,” said Jen Winnagle, ECNL Girls Commissioner. “The ECNL atmosphere cannot be matched, and these events give our players unrivaled exposure to top soccer talent and colleges across the country. We look forward to expanding the regional league platform as it continues to be an access point for the best female players in the country.”
The 2021-22 Girls ECNL Regional League National Events, and age groups competing at each, are below:
- National Event: ECNL Regional League – Florida
January 7-9, 2022 | U15-U18/19
- National Event: ECNL Regional League – Arizona
April 1-3, 2022 | U15-U18/19
Clubs from across the country will meet at these events for cross-conference competition, learning and growing at individual, team and club levels.
The ECNL Girls Regional League has expanded to include nearly 200 clubs nation-wide in the past three years, bringing a total of more than 1500 of the country’s best teams into the ECNL competition pyramid.
Age groups, team lists and schedules for these events will be announced at a later date. Additional ECNL Regional League National Events are expected in the future.
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