Michigan youth soccer club Troy SC joins the Nationals brand
Pontiac, MI – Michigan based youth soccer club Nationals has announced that Troy SC (TSC) will be joining the Nationals brand beginning in the 2021-22 season.
TSC has served the city of Troy and the surrounding communities since 1974. The club is home to the Michigan State Cup champions in the 2007 Girls age group as well as multiple teams that play in the US Youth Soccer National League.
With TSC joining the Nationals platform, players across the local region will see expanded opportunities through the clubs’ unified effort to provide stability and quality soccer programming throughout all levels of the game.
Nationals co-owner Jeremy Harkins had the following to say, “The city of Troy has been instrumental in the growth and development of youth soccer in Michigan throughout the years. We are thrilled to team up with TSC to continue the tradition of soccer excellence in the community, while providing the Nationals pathway to allow players and coaches even greater opportunities to reach their goals. As a former Troy soccer player, club coach and high school coach, I can’t wait to be a part of helping to drive the progress of our beautiful game in this great community.”
Widely regarded as one of the top youth clubs in the country, Nationals provides access to the highest levels of youth soccer. The club is a member of the Girls Academy and the ECNL Boys.
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