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Youth Girls Jun 15, 2020

Nine South Florida clubs commit to EDP Soccer’s Miami Metro League

The new EDP Florida Competitive Leagues program today announced that 9 clubs in the South Florida area have committed to play in the inaugural season of the Miami Metro League, one of three EDP Florida Metro Leagues being formed for competition to start in the fall.

The other two planned Metro Leagues are in Tampa and in Orlando. Additional clubs that will be part of the EDP Miami Metro League will be announced shortly.

According to EDP Technical Director Simon Collins, what distinguishes the EDP Soccer leagues in Florida is that teams playing within this structure — like the EDP Miami Metro League — are part of a connected system of leagues. Teams have the opportunity to earn their way to the appropriate level of competition that best suits their abilities.

“Involvement in a league with like-minded clubs whose priority is player development can only be positive. Pairing that with an opportunity for players to access higher levels of competition within the US Youth Soccer Leagues Program gives clubs, teams and their players exciting opportunities,” said Collins. He added, “Ensuring standards on and off the field will set our member clubs apart within their respective markets. We look forward to supporting and being part of their growth.”

To read quotes from leaders representing each of the nine clubs joining the Miami Metro League, Click Here.