West Side Alliance joins ECNL Girls Regional League – Texas with top teams
RICHMOND, VA – The ECNL Girls announced that Oklahoma’s West Side Alliance will join the ECNL Girls Regional League – Texas for the 2021-22 season with their top girls teams.
WSA will be the newest member of the ECNL Girls Regional League – Texas, which this season features a group of 12 clubs, 10 from Texas and two from Oklahoma.
“We are delighted to have West Side Alliance join the ECNL Girls Regional League Texas,” said ECNL Girls Commissioner Jen Winnagle. “These players will experience unrivaled competition and face new programs in the ECNL platform, and this new addition will continue to increase the standard of excellence in the Tulsa market.”
West Side Alliance
West Side Alliance was founded in 1992 with the purpose to promote goodwill, foster personal development and nurture children through the sport of soccer. West Side Alliance offers programming for children ages 2-19 from the highest level of competitive soccer to an experience-rich recreational soccer program and since its inception, the club has produced elite level youth competitive soccer teams, numerous club and state championships and hundreds of collegiate athletes.
“After thoughtful, deliberate and strategic consideration, West Side Alliance is extremely excited to announce our membership into the ECNL Regional League for the 2021-22 year and beyond,” said Kerry Shubert, Director of Girls Academy. “For years, the ECNL structure has provided the highest-level competition platform for female youth players in our country. We are confident joining the ECNL Regional League provides our players and coaches the development opportunities they seek against top clubs in our area and region and throughout the country.”
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