Loudoun Soccer, NVSC enter multi-faceted club partnership
(Via Loudoun Soccer) – Loudoun Soccer and NVSC have entered a club partnership to increase the player pathway opportunities for players to advance into the U.S. Soccer Development Academy (boys) and ECNL (girls).
Both clubs currently compete in the Club Champions League (CCL) and each will continue to field competitive teams in the league.
The clubs will collaborate in multiple additional areas including the college player pathway, coaching education, scouting, and club management.
“We are delighted to partner with our fellow CCL club, Loudoun Soccer,” said Hans Etienne, NVSC Technical Director. “We believe the missions of our two clubs are very similar and we are delighted to provide additional player pathway opportunities for our players and to share resources between the two organizations.”
Loudoun Soccer has recently expanded their Boys DA program and Pre-DA Program to the 16U age group for 2018/19. In addition, Loudoun Soccer has joined the ECNL Girls League for 2018/19 in the 13U-18/19U age groups.
“We are excited to enter into a collaboration with NVSC,” said Mark Ryan, Loudoun Soccer Technical Director. “By pooling our resources, we are aiming to increase standards and pathways for all the players in our clubs and for the players in our area.”
The clubs will have several upcoming events including player ID Sessions, club-to-club scrimmages, coaching education clinics for staff across the clubs, and College Pathway presentations for members.
For more information on Loudoun Soccer, visit www.loudounsoccer.com and for more information on Northern Virginia Soccer Club, visit www.novasc.org.