Southern California club Eagles SC re-joins Girls ECNL
RICHMOND, VA (Via ECNL) – The Girls Elite Clubs National League has announced that Eagles Soccer Club will be an “All-In” club in the league in 2019-20. The club will place the Girls ECNL as the aspirational training and development environment for all female players within the club, at the top of their competitive pyramid.
Eagle SC is the top club in the Ventura Country area, which extends from the Central Coast to the San Fernando Valley of California and beyond. The club has placed dozens of players into collegiate programs, and continues to provide an elite environment for players to reach their true potential.
“We feel strongly that the ECNL is the right platform for our players. The ECNL has proven to be the premier soccer league and has had incredible success developing players for college,” said Eagles Girls Director Lalo Alvarado.
“We are thrilled to welcome Eagles SC back to the league, and to offer the ECNL platform to female players in the northern Los Angeles region,” said ECNL Commissioner, Jen Winnagle. “Eagles has a long history of fielding highly competitive teams, and will be a great addition to the Southwest Conference. We look forward to working with club leadership and supporting the growth of the game.”
The ECNL was created to serve players, coaches, and clubs within a holistic development environment that collaboratively raises standards in all areas of the game. Through its programming, the ECNL and its member clubs seek to lead innovation and improvement in youth club soccer, facilitate the development of the next generation of collegiate stars and national team players, and support the success of US Soccer’s national teams.