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Girls DA Aug 17, 2016

Final 22 clubs announced for first Girls’ Development Academy season

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CHICAGO (Via U.S. Soccer) – U.S. Soccer has announced 22 additional clubs that will be a part of the Girls’ Development Academy, bringing the total number of clubs to 74. The program will begin play in the fall of 2017.

+Girls’ Development Academy member clubs listed by state

The following 22 clubs will join the Girls’ Development Academy along with the initial groups of 25 and 28 clubs (San Juan and Davis Legacy have since merged into one Academy club) that were announced on June 30 and July 8, respectively.

+NCAA Women’s Soccer Commitments: August 2016

Cedar Stars Academy – Monmouth (Tinton Falls, N.J.) Indiana Fire (Westfield, Ind.) Real So Cal (Woodland Hills, Calif.)
Empire United (Rochester, N.Y.) La Roca Futbol Club (Kaysville, Utah) SC del Sol (Phoenix, Ariz.)
FC Fury New York (Bay Shore, N.Y.) Burlingame SC – MVLA (Burlingame, Calif.) Sereno Soccer Club (Phoenix, Ariz.)
FC Kansas City (Prairie Village, Kan.) Nationals (Royal Oak, Mich.) Sporting Blue Valley (Overland Park, Kan.)
FC United (Northfield, Ill.) Oakwood Soccer Club (Glastonbury, Conn.) Texas Rush Soccer Club (The Woodlands, Texas)
Houston Dash (Houston, Texas) PA Classics (Manheim, Pa.) West Coast Futbol Club (Laguna Hills, Calif.)
Houston United (Houston, Texas) Pateadores (Costa Mesa, Calif.) Western New York Flash (Elma, N.Y.)
PSV Union (Palo Alto, Calif.)

+GDA First 25 clubs | +Next 28 clubs

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