Legends FC celebrates over 100 players moving on to college soccer
Norco, CA – Legends FC has announced that 100 students athletes from the club’s class of 2020 will be going on to play college soccer.
Legends FC is comprised of several regions throughout Southern California, which play in various top national competition platforms. The club recently added an Arizona affiliate as well.
Over 200 former Legends players will be on college rosters this season, including 98 NCAA Division I players across 21 conferences. Overall, Legends players will be playing at 113 colleges and universities in 35 different states this upcoming season.
Legends FC placed 100 boys and girls players into college programs from their various regions and the commitments come from 10 different teams within the club, of which there were eight teams that enjoyed more than seven commitments.
The class features NCAA D-I commitments to schools such as USC, Texas A&M, Arizona, Oregon State, Pepperdine and many others. There are also numerous commitments to top D-II, D-III, NAIA and Junior College programs throughout the country. In total, the 2020 class will be attending 67 different schools that are located in 24 states across the nation.
Players in the current class have participated in some of the most prestigious events in youth soccer including the former U.S. Soccer Development Academy Playoffs and the US Youth National League, US Youth Far West Regionals and US Youth National Championships. The teams they represent have won multiple Cal South National Cup, US Youth Far West Regional and US Youth National League Championships, as well as the earned the distinction of US Youth National Championship Finalist.
The players were honored by club through a virtual ceremony in which there were presentations from the staff, coaches and players. The ceremony can be viewed on the club’s YouTube channel:
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