Tuesday, January 27, 2015

U13G / U13 Girls Youth Soccer

U13G  / U13 Girls youth soccer seems to offer the most teams and the widest diversity of talent.

Where these players will end up is anyone guess.

Welcome to the ride.

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Anonymous said...

Bravo to below teams for actually caring about your teams and updating your NPL Team page. It shows that you care about them at least to me it does.

Match Fit Academy 01 U13 Pre-ECNL
FC Stars of Mass 01 U13 Pre-ECNL
Penn Fusion SA 01 U13 Pre-ECNL
World Class FC 01 U13 Pre-ECNL
FSA FC 01 U13 Pre-ECNL
Continental FC 01 U13 Pre-ECNL

Anonymous said...

Why are you parents so hyped over your daughter playing college and joining an ECNL/NPL team to get there. Based on these statics done in 2014 only 10.4% of girls playing soccer will actually play in college, 2.4% will only be playing D1. (links below)

It gives great insight on the numbers even if you join a so called ECNL/NPL team and spend 3500+ a year on tuition and 1500+ on traveling, hotel, camps, extra training etc. In 5 years that's over 20+K of $$$ spent and this doesn't equate to the average scholarship given out.

If your on a good team with good players and parents be happy and just enjoy watching your daughter play because in 2/3 years she may not be playing anymore.

Statistics - http://www.scholarshipstats.com/soccer.html

Odds: http://www.scholarshipstats.com/varsityodds.html

Anonymous said...

10:45 don't take this the wrong way but why are you on this board? Do you think the parents that post on this board are on here because their kid can't ball - come on man smarten up.

Women's College Cup teams

San Diego vs UCLA
Cent. Conn. St. vs Harvard
Illinois State vs South Florida
USC vs Pepperdine
SIUE vs Kentucky
Northern Ariz. vs Arizona State
La Salle vs Rutgers
High Point vs Virginia

South Alabama vs Florida State
Northeastern vs Boston U.
Georgia vs UCF
DePaul vs Wisconsin
Clemson vs South Carolina
Seattle vs Washington St.
BYU vs Colorado
South Dakota St. vs North Carolina

Buffalo vs Penn State
New Hampshire vs Connecticut
Dayton vs Virginia Tech
Georgetown vs West Virginia
Valparaiso vs Notre Dame
Rice vs Texas
Arizona vs Oklahoma State
Houston Baptist vs Texas A&M

Mercer vs Florida
San Diego State vs California
Auburn vs FGCU
Prairie View A&M vs Texas Tech
Rider vs Washington
Missouri vs Kansas
Arkansas vs Oklahoma
CSU Fullerton vs Stanford

Anonymous said...

10:45- When your Daughter says to you that she wants to play soccer in College you try to do everything you can for her to achieve her dream.
At least I do, not sure about you.
If that means playing on an ECNL team and spending a lot of money then so be it. If that is spoiling your kid then I do.
I am not looking at making any of this money back during her college years. I am looking at her right now, Does she love the sport she plays? Yes enough to look down the line and say I want to do this in 4 yrs.
She is learning some invaluable lessons from playing a sport at a high level that most of her friends are not.
Her mind could change and she might not want to play soccer in college, then we can look back on this time as time spent together as a family. I can tell you her friends families do not go away on weekend trips as much as we do.
Time goes by so fast just enjoy the time you have with your daughters and watching them play a sport they love.

Anonymous said...

That's the point 11:25- We want them on a team where we can actually watch them PLAY, not sit most of the game or not dress!How are the weekend trips when she isn't chosen to dress?
Are you still obligated to spend the money and travel to the event?
How is the trip home in the car after training after she is told she will not dress or participate with her team in that weekend's event?

Anonymous said...

11:47 - that was not the point that 10:45 was making.

What you are talking about is up to you, as a parent and your Daughter. My Daughter doesnt have that problem so it is tough for me to talk about it.
I can give you my opinion, if it is my daughter at a club that carries more then 18 on an ECNL roster and she doesnt always dress or plays very few minutes. We would leave. We would find a better fit for her. Some people and girls want the prestige that comes with being on a certain team. Even if it means not playing alot.
The one thing I dont understand on this blog is the haters. Whether or not your daughter plays ECNL , EDP or whatever league, good for her.

Anonymous said...

10:45 spot on brother.

11:58 I agree with you - but this is the problem lots of people on this board face. Let's say that within a 45 minute drive you have 3 options and one is the ECNL option - the others are EDP D2. What then? The kid is good enough to make an ECNL roster so she has skill. She's just unlucky that there are also 18 girls with equal or better skill on the same team. What then?

My daughter wants to play ECNL - simple, I will support that. I would rather her train with the team and play less minutes than play the entire game for the EDP D2 team.

Now the flip side is if there is an NPL option, I am a fan of club soccer not the individual team (they come and they go in my opinion). I would really have to think about it - but at the end of the day she plays where she wants if the team wants her.

Anonymous said...

Most npl teams are just the b of the ecnl team. There is 3 above average npl teams in nj. Mf PDA ajax and dragons. MF will be nothing after this year, not sure about PDA. Your better off staying closer to home on a EDP local team. It will cost just as much for npl as ecnl and honestly you get better competition in EDP and smaller rosters. Training is just as good or better. Don't want to hear about training with better players because that is not true.


11:45 thank you for putting it in black and white about these bogus scholarships. Ecnl might be the top league but npl is nothing but a b league for money and check writers

Anonymous said...

only 3 in NJ? I think you can add Nj Wildcats, STA, NJ Crush, TSF, SJEB, NJCSA & NJ Rush to that list.

Anonymous said...

Funny, everyone thinks that people are in ECNL for prestige or college scholarship. My daughter just likes her team. I hate the rosters of 20, 22, 24 whatever. I would never have let her join the team in the first place if I had known. I think that large rosters are bad for the kids at an age when they are still developing their sense of self worth. BUT - my daughter does not want to leave - even if she gets left off the roster - she says she will just work harder because she likes the girls and likes the practices. I have tried to get her to leave. And I don't think she cares about the "prestige" - she just wants to practice and play with girls that she likes.

Anonymous said...

No only 3 above average npl teams in nj. And once they play outside of nj in top tournaments. Average at best

Anonymous said...

ECNL In only 5 years, there are

207 ECNL alums currently playing in the ACC – nearly 57% of all ACC women soccer players. The ACC 2014 freshman class alone had 71 ECNL alums - 62% of the class.

205 ECNL alumni are currently playing in the Big Ten Conference.
Nearly 53% of the players in the Big Ten Conference are ECNL alums.
There were 58 ECNL alums in the 2014 Big Ten freshman class, the second consecutive year the ECNL was 50% or more of the class.

149 ECNL alumni are currently playing in the Big 12 Conference.
Nearly 60% of the players in the Big 12 Conference are ECNL alums.
The number of ECNL alums in the Big 12 freshman class has grown every year - to 51 players in 2014’s class.

215 ECNL alumni are currently playing in the Pac-12 Conference.
Nearly 65% of the players in the Pac-12 Conference are ECNL alums.
There were 72 ECNL alums in the 2014 Pac-12 freshman class, nearly 70% of the class!

194 ECNL alumni are currently playing in the SEC – more than 50% of the SEC.
There were 73 ECNL alums in the 2014 SEC freshman class, 59% of the class.

Anonymous said...

Great inflated stats why not do it for the all D1 schools and see where your %'s fall then.

Anonymous said...

So about 50% is non-ECNL. Plenty of room for everyone.

Anonymous said...

This is about the 97th time this blog has had this argument and same stats given every time. Can we move on from this old boring subject. The stats really doesn't tell the story for either ECNL or non-ECNL teams. It does say that parents of either can actually afford an ACC School and that their daughter is smart enough to attend one. The stats don't tell you if the player is playing on a partial ride, a full ride or a walk on. It also does not tell if they are even receiving playing time or just practice fodder, but is still being listed as a team member. Lets face it folks, twenty or thirty thousand in academic scholarship money is like gold compared to athletic scholarship money. Being that the former cannot be taken away when a better and stronger player shows up next year. Six years of ECNL at six to eight grand a year should earn a little higher percentage of college exposure. Lets give those parents a little credit too.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for your honesty 2:35. I believe most girls feel the same way. They are not thinking about being on the best team or what college they can get in to or if they will get a scholarship. They are playing on a team with their friends and playing a game they love. What could be better than that.

Only us idiots on the blog are thinking of these things for our daughters.

Anonymous said...

Who advanced in State Cup game tonight.
PDA Ajax or JPS? I'm assuming Ajax

Anonymous said...

1. Stats coming soon for all other d1 schools. Once their website is updated.

50% from 70 Clubs nationally, that's 1.4 clubs per state. That's ECNL. Some Schools don't offer athletic scholarships. But they still recruit they find other ways. Full partial who cares. These kids are good enough to play for these schools and they come from 70 clubs compared to the other 50% from how many hundreds/thousands of clubs?

I can never get tired of these stats. SO the girl that trains with a non-ecnl moves over to ECNL team at u16 she uses them they use her two way street. Not inflated - life.

Anonymous said...

4 PDA Ajax
0 Jersey Premier Soccer Flash

Anonymous said...

Does the PDA parent whose daughter isnt playing really think she wont get a chance to play in college if she leaves to play for a team that will put her on the field?

Anonymous said...

It's not a pda parent on this site .
It's a pda administrator and/or coaches selling for $$$$.
So you have any idea of how much more $$$ they will make if they can put these inflated rosters across as the way to get scholarships???

Anonymous said...

Well let's see.
Going from allowed 18 to 22 is an additional 10K per team(4 extra players x $2500. per year dues).
Now going to 26 players per team means 20K per team(remember no additional costs as still 1 coach 1 field 1 entry fee per team for each league and tourney), So 3 or 4 teams per age group x U9-U18, that's 11 age groups x an extra 60K per year per age group and that's just on the girls side.You can surely see why they are putting such a hard sell on the need for parents to accept these larger rosters and sitting and not dressing for events or not playing as the price for getting in college. It's big $$$ if that can put this idea over.

Anonymous said...

And what is advantageous about going off to college and spending your precious time there with more soccer. Not the best use of a kid's time. Path sold by the youth sports industry.

Anonymous said...

When is the Crush vs TSF state cup game?

Anonymous said...

7:28 Can't argue your point. It's valid. You said 60k extra an age group with a roster of 26 and i guess 30k extra with a roster of 22, correct?

Using the same numbers it takes 45k to run one team? If they become DA and have to drop cost to zero for those players on the DA team - I guess they found their way. How did you think they would be able to do this? Did you think their coaches would do it for free?

But I agree if they don't have a team play for free and it's still business as usual hard to argue your point.

8:56 Isn't that up to your young adult to decide - they are no longer kids by that time

Anonymous said...

Yes, the student will decide but nothing wrong with offering a little mature advice and perspective. Especially in this current environment of apparently unquestioned march toward college soccer. Why?

I certainly will encourage questioning that choice, even for a stud player. College is a rare time in life. Use it wisely.

Anonymous said...

Nobody is forcing anyone. There are plenty of choices if that is not for you. And why would anyone else care. Girls on team don't and if they do they should leave. Everyone else it doesn't affect you so why should you care?

Anonymous said...

2:35

I have gone through exactly what you are going through with my youngest. she has moved to her second team about a year ago. she was very hesitant about leaving her friends. What I found through the moving process is that my daughter was more fearful of the unknown. Right now when you propose for her to move she has nothing to compare it to on the other side except the unknown. If you feel a need to move then your first strategic move should be for her to simply work out with other team and get to know the girls under no pressure to move-just for additional training. Let it naturally progress and then let her choose.

Soccer Nut

Anonymous said...

Just writing about my own experience like everyone else on these forums. When someone comments to a kid "Nice game, you could play D1", or "colleges will show you some love", like that is the holy grail, she deserves an explanation of what they are talking about.

Anonymous said...

EDP All-In Club Commitments - IS NPL in the cards also for the Girls All In teams, some of the below are Boys only? Watch out RCL! - EDP setting itself up nice.

NJ FC Copa
NJ Jersey Shore BOCA
NJ Legacy Premier Soccer
NJ Match Fit Academy
MD Pipeline
MD Soccer Association of Columbia
PA Rage SC
VA Annandale United FC

They already have a pyramid with Pro-Rel in place.

Anonymous said...

I love the college talk as much as the next person. But I know that at the end of the day it all comes down to what our kids want.

Anonymous said...

I don't need some one suggesting to my kid what she might want without a complete discussion of pros and cons. College soccer is not a dominant discussion point on the sideline but when it does arise, the cons don't seem to get much air time.

Anonymous said...

At Mf and PDA inflated roster sizes Are paying for boys DA. Wake up and smell the coffee.


Anonymous said...

Any State Cup scores out there?

Anonymous said...

In VA State Cup, FCV United 01 beat VSA HEat 2-0, and FCV United Annandale 01 beat WGBC 5-0. Note of caution on the 5-0 - team was loaded (1/2 team) with FCV pre-ECNL girls!

Anonymous said...

PA Classics Academy - 3
HMMS Spirit - 2

FC Bucks Esprit - 2
Reading Rage Athletica - 1

Ukrainian Nationals Blasters Black
Super Nova

Lehigh Valley United - 1
LDC Attack - 2

Penn Legacy Black - 9
Warrington Bombers - 0

Harleysville Ready - 8
Penn United Force - 9

Vincent United Vengeance - 0
1776 Xtremes - 6

South Central PA Lady Lions - 4
Hulmeville Dynamo - 3

############################
Quarter Finals
PA Classics Academy
FC Bucks Esprit

TBD
LDC Attack

Penn Legacy Black
Penn United Force

1776 Xtremes
South Central PA Lady Lions

Anonymous said...

I do not understand the use of guest players during State Cup games. Same thing with the Champions League. Every team caries enough players to compensate if they have a couple out. The fact that the Champions League allows up to three guest players makes the whole thing kind of a farce.

Anonymous said...

The state of soccer for PA State Cup is horrible. PL winning by nine goals and 1776 winning by six? Penn United winning 9-8 just shows you how bad those teams were. Three games played and 32 goals scored.

Anonymous said...

Maybe those teams that use guest players in SC games and Champions league should carry 26 players?

Anonymous said...

Were there any FCV pre-ECNL girls on the FCV ASC Heat team in VA State Cup? Their score was surprisingly one-sided too considering that team was winless in CCL before they quit that league for WAGS,

Anonymous said...

How is the Region 1 Champions league working out? Everything you hoped for? Guest players makes it seem more like a tournament than a league. Happy?

Anonymous said...

FCV ASC Heat was not in in CCL. They were refused entry when they moved to FCV (lots of bad blood between FCV and CCL). So basically any standings will show that they won 0 as they 'forfeit' all games.

No ECNL players in that team: but Chesterfield are not a good side

Anonymous said...

7:12

The 9-8 score was PK's

And yes you get some mismatches in the first round, PL & 1776 are both strong teams, probably top 2 in the state, so it's to be expected. You're telling me there are no similar blowouts in other state cups?

Anonymous said...

I was made aware today that CFC CT teams rotate each game, one team plays a ECNL and other NPL. Next game they rotate, how is this fair

Anonymous said...

Same club same age they can do anything they wish.

No particular roster need be submitted

Anonymous said...

No guest players or secondary players can be used in any State Cup game in PA East. Primary players only.

Anonymous said...

As long as this is understood before you join and pay, what is wrong with it. If you don't like it, don't choose that club.

Anonymous said...

9:37


You should never look at in anymore that you are playing against just a single team. You are playing against a club of girls that are age appropriate.

This is the new way of youth soccer.

Anonymous said...

Actually per NPL rules, only 4 players are allowed to play on a ECNL roster and NPL roster per season. CFC obviously are breaking the rules

Anonymous said...

PA State Cup doesn't change much from year to year. 1776, Ukrainians, PL going forward. Nice to see Classics join in the mix too, but wasn't Reading Rage was suppose to be better? We'll see how much Penn United has improved when they play PL next week. PF no longer participating or else one bracket would already be a forgone conclusion.

Anonymous said...

10:57

Like last year right?

Anonymous said...

Teams vs CFC, anyone know the results below belong to CFC west or Arsenal

PDA storm vs CFC
Pda won 1-0 and tied 2-2.

MF ECNL won 2-0 and 5-0

MF NPL tied 0-0 and lost 1-0

PDA North tied 2-2 and did not play 2nd game to date

PDA South won 5-0 and tied 1-1

First thing that catches my eye is MF ECNL proves to be better team over NPL team. 2 wins out scoring both teams 7-0 while NPL team has 1 tie and 1 loss, while not being able to score a goal

next is PDA storm may not be much better than their 2 nd and 3 rd teams. south and storm have same record vs same competition vs CFC teams. I will research which CFC teams played who on which date

Anonymous said...

What other NPL clubs do this "Swapping"? Do they keep the entire teams in tact and just change the league, game to game or do they just swap a few players each game?

Anonymous said...

I heard same thing about CFC, it's whole team that rotates. No other club does this.

Anonymous said...

10:55. Too bad this is pre-Ecnl. And no one cares because it's u13

Anonymous said...

Unfortunately, the pre ecnl is not a true ecnl league. That is why the pre ecnl flight plays under npl and not ecnl. Get your facts straight. Pre ecnl is just a made up flight to get the players use to the ecnl way. The players all belong to the npl in this age group. No true ecnl until u14.

Anonymous said...

All rules all apply for U13 Pre ECNL and NPL, these games count towards within NPL standings. Please get FACTS straight. Reason why CFC can not qualify for playoffs for breaking these rules, this only hurts the teams in hunt for playoff picture in both U13 leagues.

Anonymous said...

So CFC can't qualify for playoffs?

Anonymous said...

No they can't, reason why our lost should not count

Anonymous said...

Wildcats, how's that "Champions" League working out?
800 miles, 0-2 record 1 GF 7 GA?



Anonymous said...

Who did they play and what were the scores?

Anonymous said...

NPL Roster Maximums. A maximum of twenty-six (26) players may be rostered on any NPL Team’s NPL Roster


Anonymous said...

4-0, 3-0 & 4-1 losses in one month not good way to start the Spring season. Ouch!

Anonymous said...

The decline as usual for these type of teams have already started.


Remember just a short while ago how they were bragging about being # 1 on Got Soccer.


Anonymous said...

I've killed FSA for their GS decision on the board. But they just shut me up big time. IF NPL are B teams that the clubs don't care about FSA proved us all wrong as they allow their players to update profiles just like the ECNL only players on the ECNL website.

Anonymous said...

@11:21pm April 11: I don't find mf pre-ecnl to be better then their npl team or vice versa. Both teams are decent and have had success individually verse different teams. You only make comparison verse one academy not others such as PDA teams, EM, or others.

Anonymous said...

Who cares who's better - MF can only field 1 ECNL team at this age and I'm sure the parents of the players that are tops and the coaches want the best players on that team so they can reach the ECNL post season regardless of what team they are on now. Obviously where they play will have an impact on that.

If they stay north they need to fight WC and PDA for players however if they go south they go to a territory that's open and they would be the only game in town.

All you guys that make it a this team vs this team show how much vision you have and as such your posts don't surprise me.

Anonymous said...

My daughters team had a great friendly yesterday against one of the best pre-ecnl teams in this area.

Although they lost the game they played very well, and executed what they have been taught, perfectly.

We were up 2-0 at the half, but lost 3-2 on a strong comeback by the pre-ecnl team. They are a talented and tough bunch. Hats off to them, and thanks for the invite!

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Anonymous said...

worldclass is one of the weaker pre - ECNL teams

Anonymous said...

We shall see in the Fall when wins count to advance to Seattle, WA?

This year wins only matter in the NPL flight as the winners go to Indiana.

The Pre-ECNL flight has 10 very solid teams and the 2 PA teams but you really don't know how a coach is using these games with nothing on the line.

Anonymous said...

Don't kid yourself- They are all trying to win.

Anonymous said...

5:41, is that it, is that all you have to add? I knew that comment would follow, I knew it. This board sucks ass, and comments like that perfectly illustrate this.

Anonymous said...

its very simple. Each ECNL team is trying their best to win with what they have so that they can see what they lack for next year.

You are not experimenting anymore-you are beta testing to see where your weaknesses exist.


If you think they are going to beta test at u14 then you have no understanding at whats at stake for these coaches.

Anonymous said...

5:41, tell us what team does your child play for, and what position does she play?

Anonymous said...

5:56

It looks like the 5:41 post was correcting what 5:09 posted.

My daughters team had a great friendly yesterday against One Of The Best pre-ecnl teams in this area.

Anonymous said...

5:54 I never said they weren't trying to win - but at the end of the day it's just a league title nothing more nothing on the line but a win or not no National event for the champion is all I said. Am I wrong?

Anonymous said...

YEP!

Just setting the record straight;

Anonymous said...

Albertson used Pre ECNL players yesterday against PDA South which is also not allowed. But that team breaks rules all the time with illegal players.

Anonymous said...

My daughter's team has played World Class on several occasions and they are a very solid team that is playing well. They recently won 2nd flight a Jeff Cup and are playing well in the NPL league. Not sure who 5:41 is affiliated with but I highly doubt their team would handle them easily.

Anonymous said...

5:58 i agree 5:58.

Anonymous said...

6:06 Why is that illegal? They are using a US Club pass - girls can play for any team they are eligible for. I posted the roster requirement earlier. They are allowed to dress 26 players.

Didn't you want a better game or would you rather have played the doormat?

Anonymous said...

6:06

Your statement of "but you really don't know how a coach is using these games with nothing on the line.


i inferred that statement as to mean that the coach would make a move somehow as to jeopardize the win for development purposes. It matters to these teams where they finish in the standings and they are trying their best to win. Winning this PRE ECNL league makes a statement that their players are ready for the show come fall. and for the ones that finish towards the Botton, well, they have some work to do.

Anonymous said...

Region I Champions League

U13 Division 1 Blue
9 (5) +3 BRADDOCK ROAD YC 01 ELITE
7 (3) +2 CENTURY V 0102 ELITE
6 (3) +5 PWSI COURAGE 01G RED
6 (3) +3 1776 UNITED FC XTREMES
1 (4) -9 LOUDOUN SOCCER LOUDOUN 01 G RED
0 (2) -4 VICTORY EXPRESS SC VICTORY EXPRESS PLATINUM

U13 Division 1 Red
12 (4) +09 SOUTH SHORE SELECT U13 ELITE
10 (4) +11 GREATER BINGHAMTON UNITED FC 01 SELECT
07 (4) +06 PENN LEGACY FC 01 BLACK
00 (2) -06 NJ WILDCATS AVERBUCH-NPL
00 (3) -07 UKRAINIAN NATIONALS BLASTERS BLACK
00 (3) -13 DELAWARE RUSH DE RUSH '01 GIRLS

U13 Division 2 Blue
10 (4) +06 YARDLEY MAKEFIELD SOCCER YMS BANSHEES
09 (3) +14 EUSA EMPIRE REVOLUTION ROCHESTER 01/02
09 (4) +01 RHINOS ELITE SC 01/02
07 (4) +02 EMPIRE UNITED BUFFALO
04 (3) +00 PENNS FOREST FC PENNS FOREST UNITED 01/02
02 (2) +00 HMMS EAGLE FC 01 SPIRIT
02 (6) -09 HOTSPURS ELITE 0102
01 (6) -14 VSA HEAT BLUE

U13 Division 2 Red
6 (2) +4 PA CREW ACADEMY BLUE
6 (2) +4 SACHEM YSL SPEED
4 (4) -2 CAPITAL UNITED SC BLUE FORCE
3 (3) +1 BEADLING SC BEADLING WHITE
1 (1) +0 DMS SOCCER DMS GU13 ACADEMY
0 (2) -7 WNY FLASH ACADEMY WNY FLASH GIRLS 02/03

Scores Not Reported:

PENNS FOREST FC PENNS FOREST UNITED 01/02
EUSA EMPIRE REVOLUTION ROCHESTER 01/02

HOTSPURS ELITE 0102
HMMS EAGLE FC 01 SPIRIT

Anonymous said...

6:13 Just meant that the coach might take a longer look at a girl they are looking to replace next season while still playing for the win. If there was something on the line I'm sure that type of an evaluation will be saved for a tournament game instead of a league game.

Anonymous said...

6;08


The truth of the matter is that Worldclass plays a very sloppy unstructured game- and they have difficulty linking up 4 consecutive passes under pressure.

Anonymous said...

6:08 did you see what 6:18 is saying? They look like a solid team that can play with any team to me.

Anonymous said...

Big win for FCV United in NPL VA today. beat PWSI 1-0 and if they win through will force the play off against PWSI for National spot.

PWSI are a filthy side....being physical is one thing but these girls take it to a whole other level. Elbows everywhere and truly a dirty side.

Anonymous said...

6;17


At this time the coaches already know who are the weaker players so while those players may still get their time, Their main function now is to see how what they put together fares against the other talent in the region.

Anonymous said...

I think it's pretty sad that my comment about a friendly game would garner such hate and malice. There was no need to add that you think they are one of the weaker pre-ECNL teams, no need at all. It's impossible to post any kind of story on here, without the petty comments of insecure men, just sad.

Anonymous said...

Northeast Girls League 2014-15 U13 Pre-ECNL

38 (16) +30 East Meadow SC 01 U13 Pre-ECNL
32 (17) +14 Match Fit Academy 01 U13 Pre-ECNL
31 (14) +21 PDA 01 U13 Pre-ECNL
27 (13) +35 Boston Breakers Academy 01 U13 Pre-ECNL
23 (15) -02 Connecticut FC 01 U13 Pre-ECNL
23 (13) +06 FC Stars of Mass 01 U13 Pre-ECNL
18 (12) +02 Penn Fusion SA 01 U13 Pre-ECNL
18 (15) -04 World Class FC 01 U13 Pre-ECNL
16 (15) -22 Albertson SC 01 U13 Pre-ECNL
12 (14) -05 FSA FC 01 U13 Pre-ECNL
06 (15) -40 Continental FC 01 U13 Pre-ECNL
03 (13) -35 FC Bucks 01 U13 Pre-ECNL

Scores Not Reported:
FSA FC 01 U13 Pre-ECNL
Continental FC 01 U13 Pre-ECNL




Northeast Girls League 2014-15 U13 NPL

39 (16) +40 Match Fit Academy 01 NPL
35 (13) +32 PDA North 01 NPL
34 (14) +30 PDA South 01 NPL
33 (14) +25 Connecticut FC 01 NPL
19 (13) +03 Penn Fusion SA 01 NPL
19 (14) -01 FSA FC 01 NPL
16 (13) -07 Boston Breakers Academy 01 NPL
13 (13) -11 FC Stars of Mass 01 NPL
09 (16) -39 Albertson SC 01 NPL
09 (14) -09 World Class FC 01 NPL
05 (13) -36 FC Bucks 01 NPL
05 (13) -27 Continental FC 01 NPL

Scores Not Reported:
FSA FC 01 NPL
Continental FC 01 NPL

Connecticut FC 01 NPL
Continental FC 01 NPL

Anonymous said...

6:24 I'll get to VA standings in a little Thanks for the update.

Anonymous said...

6:29

Just keeping the facts straight -Now if you said that your team played East Meadow, i would have said indeed, they are one of the strongest teams in the region.

Anonymous said...

I thought WC tied EM 0-0 a couple of weeks ago, does that not show that they are a good team?

Anonymous said...

@640

No it does not.

Anonymous said...

Their overall Pre encl. standings and placement in second flight of major tournaments shows that they are an "average elite" team with lots of work to do.

They can certainly beat other premier teams in the region-like NYSC but their goal is to be able to compete nationally.

Anonymous said...

Sure it does, more than you will ever know. What makes you an expert about this? You know as much as I do, which isn't much. I think you should go have another glass of wine and get ready for Game of Thrones.

Anonymous said...


6:47

Worldclass plays a 4-3-3 attacking style. They donot use their midfielders. They have a two strong backs a good little mid fielder who sometimes plays on the outside. Most of their goals are scored on set pieces or chaos around the box. They continue to play a pressure cover in order to force mistakes.

Very rarely will you see any combination play in their scores. They have lots of starts and restarts because of the inability to keep the ball under pressure.

No 6:47, I know much more about these teams than you do.

If you would like to discuss the game some more, i would be more than happy too.

Anonymous said...

Sorry No VA scores reported yet.

Anonymous said...

1:49 ONLY reason you wont the Pre ECNL to be better than your NPL team, would be your child is on this team.

Look at the comparison mentioned above vs CFC team. NPL struggled with a tie and a loss, ECNL team won both those games vs same competition, if true about teams being rotated

Anonymous said...

6:06 Not breaking rules, only 4 players can play on the ECNL team and NPL team. this is the max allowed to be shared.

Anonymous said...

6:12, it is illegal, players can not be on both rosters. This is not allowed with the exception of 4 players.

Anonymous said...

2. NPL Roster Rules

2.1 NPL Roster Maximums. A maximum of twenty-six (26) players may be rostered on any NPL Team’s NPL Roster.

2.4 Player Registration. All players on a NPL Roster must be NPL Registered Players

2.5 An NPL Game Day Roster may include NPL Registered Players from any age group for which the player is age eligible

Anonymous said...

@7pm

Actually The ECNL team looks better trained than the NPL team. it appears although, the product is not complete that this team represent the best foundation for building the future ECNL team. And of course that probably means adding some NPL players and getting rid of some ECNL players.

Anonymous said...

NYCSL NPL 2014-2015 Season Standings

24 (10) +18 STA NPL-01
18 (09) +08 New York Soccer Club NPL-01
15 (08) +09 NJ Crush FC NPL-01
13 (09) -02 Manhattan Soccer Club NPL-01
11 (09) -01 Intense Soccer Academy NPL-01
08 (10) -05 Massapequa Soccer Club NPL-01
06 (08) -04 Quickstrike FC NPL-01
00 (07) -23 New York Rush NPL-01

Anonymous said...

7:00 "if true about teams being rotated" Who started this rumor? Arsenal was the B team when they played in JAGS, Arsenal was the B team when they played in EDP and now we are to believe they rotate teams?

I'm sure they borrow players but to put their entire B team in ECNL sounds crazy.

Now if they updated their NPL team page we would know but only the below teams have updated their page MF, PF, FSA, Stars & CFC Delco and they also updated their GS team pages. No questions very clear.

MATCH FIT ACADEMY FC NORTH EAST NPL
FC STARS OF MASS NPL
FSA FC U13 GIRLS NPL 01
PENN FUSION SA '01G NPL
CONTINENTAL FC BARCA '01F NPL

MATCH FIT ACADEMY FC ECNL
FSA FC U13 GIRLS PRE-ECNL 01
FC STARS OF MASS ECNL
CONTINENTAL FC DELCO PRE-ECNL '01

Anonymous said...

Here is the site for CFC

If you check the games you will clearly see that CFC Arsenal and CFC West are flipping games between NPL and ECNL

http://connecticutfootballclub.com/MasterGameSchedule.asp?date=4/13/2015&gonly=False&teamid=&team=&n=&org=connecticutfootballclub.com

Anonymous said...

2015 NPL Finals
July 9-13
Westfield, IN

QUALIFIED:
01. FPL = JFC Storm 01/02 (FL)
02. MDL = Arizona Arsenal (AZ)
03. NWCL = Crossfire Premier '01 Schmetzer (WA)
04. OPL = FC Portland Academy Pre ECNL 01 (OR)
05. SAPL = FC Alliance G (TN)
06. SCNPL = Oklahoma Football Club (OK)
07. SCPL = Fullerton Rangers G01 White (CA-S)
08. WSPL = Maple Valley Premier Marauders Navy 01 (WA)

TBD
01. EDP =
02. GSPL =
03. MWDL =
04. NENPL =
05. NEPL =
06. NYCSL=
07. VNPL =

Anonymous said...

That's proof 8:52.

Northeast Girls League 2014-15 U13 NPL

If Disqualified
36 (15) +25 Connecticut FC 01 NPL

What do you do with CFC games they must all not count. Since it would be unfair for some teams to play ECNL team and others to play NPL

So they must get backed out. If this is true MF just given
a gift since their L wouldn't count. If the games counts they should appeal.

Example big difference:
PDA South 1:1
PDA South 5:0

League dropped the ball on this one by allowing this to happen.

Adjusted standings minus CFC games.

Top 3
38 (14) +41 Match Fit Academy 01 NPL
34 (12) +32 PDA North 01 NPL
30 (12) +25 PDA South 01 NPL

Battle for 4th
19 (12) +00 Penn Fusion SA 01 NPL
19 (13) +02 FSA FC 01 NPL
16 (12) -02 Boston Breakers Academy 01 NPL
13 (12) -08 FC Stars of Mass 01 NPL
09 (15) -34 Albertson SC 01 NPL
09 (12) -05 World Class FC 01 NPL
05 (12) -34 FC Bucks 01 NPL
05 (12) -22 Continental FC 01 NPL


Scores Not Reported:
So this is a very important game for FSA
FSA FC 01 NPL
Continental FC 01 NPL

Anonymous said...

It seems NJX just doesn't take to losing so well? You may get another chance at them in the playoffs. NJX can't come on here saying they should be the MF ECNL team and now be calling for games not to count. Really?

Anonymous said...

11:12 What makes you think I'm with NJX.

This is a straight through league. A balanced schedule is used for the playoffs if All the teams don't play the same teams the same number of times that's a problem isn't it?

Is it fair for one team to play the better team and for the other to play the lesser?

Anonymous said...

6:22- check out the CFC Schedule, each team will play the same opponent. In another words, Arsenal play NPL, WEst play ECNL one weekend. Next season, it got flipped.

Each team in the league will NOT play the same CFC twice

Anonymous said...

Then I stand corrected. If the schedule is balanced then everything counts.

If you did the research already. Can you break down how the NJ teams did against both CFC teams. I can do this later, but if you already looked it up, just thought I would ask.

Anonymous said...

7:55 -

I was just was looking at that. It is crazy. There were weekends that the CFC NPL team played another NPL team on Saturday then played an ECNL team on Sunday.
Like when the LI teams went up there in Oct. Albertson played Arsenal on Sat and then East Meadow played CFC West on Sunday.
Maybe CFC feels both teams are equal. Although by the scores they put up it doesn't seem like it.
Very Odd stuff.

Anonymous said...

CFC had this approved with the league. So Match Fit your loss counts. CFC knowingly forfeited qualification to the NPL finals, after all it's all about development and stop calling it ECNL, it's not. This gave both CFC teams great exposure to both leagues. Next year at u14 when it counts one team will be designated ECNL and the other NPL. At U15 they form a United team.

Anonymous said...

Some weekday state cup action this week.

Predictions?

Anonymous said...

Why do you all care so much about which team played who? U13 is a developmental year and I was happy to see my kid playing a tough side. I actually like what CFC is doing for their players. PDA, MF and some of the other qualified programs should have done this for u13 also.

Anonymous said...

8:32
Thank you. I hope people will stop crying about this now.

Anonymous said...

Did not you could forfeit requirement to go the finals. IMO that is a big advantage. Kids can play their best in a competitive league without fear of being required to travel to Indiana for a meaningless U13 "National Championship" in the middle of July. That "prize" for winning the league is more of a threat IMO.

Anonymous said...

Is someone fishing to hear that their team will win in SC this week..?
#Crush

Anonymous said...

The roster posts on GS is not correct for a few teams that I know of.

Anonymous said...

are people seriously checking the GS rosters for U13 girls teams? What's next, are you going to tweet injury reports and vacations?

Anonymous said...

Don't judge 10:34


How serious you take different games at different levels are very individualistic.

Some have no involvement -other parents are obsessive. I can only surmise from this that one enjoys the youth soccer experience for their daughter in a different way and will go to different lengths for their involvement.

Your post infers that only your level of involvement is the right way.

All others that are more involved than you most be too involved.

Time passes quickly and i say enjoy to the level that makes you happy as long as you are not hurting anyone and the discussion is an honest one with no malice intended .


Soccer Nut

Anonymous said...

PDA South beat the NPL team and tied pre ECNL team.
MF NPl beat NPl team and lost to ECNl team
PDA North tied ECNL team and has not played the second game yet

If you play both teams thats balanced. MF NJX complains about playing weak teams, then when they lose to an average pre ECNL team they cry foul.

Anonymous said...

When did the north and south team tie the pda ecnl team.

I donot see that in any box scores

Anonymous said...

11:10 were scores vs CFC teams.

Anonymous said...

I thought we just went over how there is not one specific NPL team or Pre-ECNL team for CFC.
11:10 would make more sense if the poster specified Arsenal and West

Anonymous said...

Here you go:
PDA South beat West, tied Arsenal
MF NPL tied West, lost to Arsenal
PDA North tied Arsenal, have yet to play West

Anonymous said...

6 NJ women rostered on the U19 and U20 national teams. Represent NJ proudly!

Anonymous said...

Where have the Wildcats been? No posting about bad field conditions, refs or game times.

Last 3 games 0-3 1 Gf 11 GA 1,500 miles. Can they convert their miles into GS points?

Looks like playing in the top tournaments and flights, 1-3-8, is really paying off.

They are a Region 1 team now

0 W-2 L, 1GF 7 GA, 800 miles traveled.

The only thing they are developing is excuses and hemorrhoids.

Anonymous said...

Not a Wildcats parents or even from NJ (thank God), but it seems like you're a bit obsessed with that team. First you start by saying you're surprised they're not on here making excuses and then you finish your unprovoked rant by stating that they are developing excuses.

Maybe you should worry less about them and work harder on getting a life.

Anonymous said...

Teams still in the hunt for Indiana.

New England NPL 2014/2015
30 (10) +57 NEFC
22 (09) +30 Oakwood
21 (10) +09 Seacoast

NYCSL NPL 2014-2015
24 (10) +18 STA
18 (09) +09 NYSC
15 (08) +09 NJ Crush
13 (09) -02 Manhattan
11 (09) -01 ISA

NPL Virginia Spring 2015 Champion Plays PRINCE WILLIAM SOCCER

6 (2) +6 CHESAPEAKE UNITED SOCCER CLUB
6 (2) +6 FC VIRGINIA
6 (2) +5 VIRGINIA RUSH ATHLETIC CLUB
3 (1) +1 NORTHERN VA SOCCER CLUB
3 (2) +0 CHURCHLAND SOCCER
3 (2) +0 ANNANDALE BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB
3 (3) -7 RICHMOND STRIKERS SOCCER CLUB
0 (1) -1 PRINCE WILLIAM SOCCER
0 (2) -4 CHESTERFIELD UNITED FC
0 (3) -6 RICHMOND KICKERS




Anonymous said...

Northeast Girls League 2014-15 U13 NPL
with CFC out of the mix
36 (15) +27 Connecticut FC 01 NPL

Scores Not Reported:
FSA FC 01 NPL
Continental FC 01 NPL

Top 3
39 (16) +40 Match Fit Academy 01 NPL
35 (13) +32 PDA North 01 NPL
34 (14) +30 PDA South 01 NPL

Battle for 4th
19 (13) +03 Penn Fusion SA 01 NPL
19 (14) -01 FSA FC 01 NPL
16 (13) -07 Boston Breakers Academy 01 NPL
13 (13) -11 FC Stars of Mass 01 NPL
09 (16) -39 Albertson SC 01 NPL
09 (14) -09 World Class FC 01 NPL
05 (13) -36 FC Bucks 01 NPL
05 (14) -29 Continental FC 01 NPL

##################

no EDP NPL scores reported.

Anonymous said...

Look Soccer nut. Don't tell me what my post infers or pretend to know what I think, or what my level of involvement is. Just because you sign your stupid tag at the end of your posts doesn't give you a license to be a smug condescending douche.

Anonymous said...

So if cfc plays in the playoffs, which team plays the game? Whichever teams' "turn" it is? Since both teams got you to that position, how do you choose, just curious.

Anonymous said...

I thought they were excused from having to go?

Anonymous said...

12:57 agreed.

In a month most of the NJ U14 rosters will be set. It is amazing how quickly the seasons go by.

Anonymous said...

1:27

Why don't you tell us all what you think, instead of insulting people.






Anonymous said...

Wildcats just needs to hold serve in State Cup (make final) to secure its deserved reputation atop NJ U13 soccer.

Anonymous said...

Excused? I guess that's one way of saying it. Would be a nice trip to a part of the country you would never visit unless you needed to go.

This is the part of soccer that gets over looked. yeah it's easy to throw mud - but just count how many mini-vacations you have had in the last year or 2 because of soccer. Memories!!

Anonymous said...
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Anonymous said...

Tonight we have a couple of good match ups:

NJ Crush Tsunami
Gm 24: 4/13/15 5:30pm
at: FDU-Teaneck
TSF Academy 01/02


Match Fit Academy North East NPL
Gm 17: 4/13/15 7:30pm
at: Holmdel H.S.
Medford Hurricanes

Maybe we will get some updates/insight later this evening.

Anonymous said...

Go Medford!!

Anonymous said...

2:29 You are fooling no one

Anonymous said...

4:00 said the Galaxy, Dragons or Wildcats parent.

Anonymous said...

1:27

I only post my tag so that I can remind myself that although, i am still anonymous, I still need to be responsible with what I post and treat people on this blog similar to what I would say in person.

Good luck to you and your daughter during try-out season.

Soccer Nut





Anonymous said...

Soccer Nut,

You are being too nice to that guy, you are a classy guy, and I for one appreciate your thoughtful and honest comments. Keep it up!

Anonymous said...

Congrats njx. You finally got a home game in Holmdel, not an hour away. Only took a year and to play in the lowly state cup to get it. Enjoy your state cup and short time together the end is coming soon. Hope there is no hangover from this weekend and losing to a average ecnl team.

Anonymous said...

5:29

What State Cup is your daughter playing in? Or is she not rostered because of you?

Anonymous said...

Soccer Nut doesn't even need to respond to the angry idiot that puts everything down that is brought up on this blog. The "Nut" is usually the one that actually brings something insightful to the table. Isn't it easy for the blogger to bash the Wildcats for having a rough go in the first couple games of the Champions League, especially when his daughters teams isn't in it and getting crushed. I sure that the Wildcats parents are seeing the same thing PL parents are during games. That their girls are finding out what they need to work on to get to the level they want to be at. Its much better than beating up on local teams that and not being pushed to excel.
PL Parent

Anonymous said...

I do apologize to the Spell Check Nazi for not proof reading the last post before sending.

Anonymous said...

Any scores?

Anonymous said...

Yes - CRUSH won big time...

Anonymous said...

What is big time? 4-0? Guessing, MF wins easily too.

Anonymous said...

What was the score

Anonymous said...

Website says MF won 3-2.

Anonymous said...

wow 3-2 doesn't seem easily by MF.

Anonymous said...

CRUSH and STA will be a good game, with STA moving through.

Anonymous said...

Funny how there is no talk about this weekends tournament. If the Crush guy was going, the talk leading up would be here, except the parts about how nice family soccer travel is and how fun the 8 hour drive to Richmond is. I'm looking forward to a nice 30 minute drive this weekend and enjoying Sunday dinner at home. Not sure I understand why others don't play in this instead of the long travel? Indint like PDA either, but Im sure they are capable of running a great tournamanent.

Anonymous said...

EDP NPL finally has some action I think. They had a score posted previously that was changed. Not sure if the below results will stand. The EDP NPL schedule is different than the EDP site -so the below is complete speculation.

Postponed:
LEHIGH VALLEY UNITED LVU 01 GIRLS
SOUTH JERSEY ELITE BARONS '01

SMITHTOWN STARS
FC COPA ACADEMY LIMA

Not Reported:
FC COPA ACADEMY LIMA
NJCSA ELITE-MANALAPAN

EDP NPL North
0 SMITHTOWN STARS
2 TSF ACADEMY 01/02

0 NJCSA ELITE-MANALAPAN
2 ALLEYCATS ELITE NEKO 01/02-NPL

EDP NPL NORTH
3 (1) +2 ALLEYCATS ELITE NEKO 01/02-NPL
3 (1) +2 TSF ACADEMY 01/02
0 (1) -2 SMITHTOWN STARS
0 (1) -2 NJCSA ELITE-MANALAPAN
N/A FC COPA ACADEMY LIMA
N/A NJ STALLIONS ACADEMY PUMAS NPL

EDP NPL SOUTH
N/A LEHIGH VALLEY UNITED LVU 01 GIRLS
N/A SOUTH JERSEY ELITE BARONS '01
N/A NJ WILDCATS AVERBUCH
N/A MARYLAND RUSH RUSH 01G
N/A NEW JERSEY RUSH 01 GIRLS NPL


1st Division North
4 (2) +1 NJCSA ELITE
4 (3) +0 MATCH FIT ACADEMY FC BLACK
3 (1) +2 RAMAPO VALLEY SC TORNADOS '02
3 (1) +1 LAGRANGE RAGE
1 (1) +0 TSF ACADEMY 01/02
1 (2) -2 NJ CRUSH FC TSUNAMI WHITE
0 (2) -2 BEACHSIDE SC CT BEACHSIDE
N/A: HBC SPARK

1st Division Central
6 (2) +5 NJ WILDCATS AVERBUCH
4 (2) +1 NJSCA GALAXY
4 (3) +0 NEW JERSEY RUSH 01 GIRLS BLUE
4 (3) +0 WYOMING VALLEY SC WVSC '01GIRLS
3 (2) -1 LEHIGH VALLEY UNITED LVU 01 GIRLS
3 (2) +0 CES CALVERT CREW WHITE
2 (2) +0 JERSEY PREMIER SOCCER FLASH
1 (2) -3 PIPELINE SC BLACK
0 (2) -2 PDA SHORE FUSION

Anonymous said...

7:36- Great updates, thanks.

PDA tournament will have the best teams from the east coast in the top bracket. Would have liked to see Storm in there to see how they stack up.
Winner- Virginia

Anonymous said...

Love the CT info - Thanks

CFC Arsenal U13 Girls Sky
0:2 Match Fit ECNL
0:1 PDA Storm
2:2 PDA North NPL
1:1 PDA South NPL
1:0 Match Fit Academy NPL

CFC West U13 Girls
2:2 PDA ECNL
0:5 Match Fit Academy ECNL
0:0 Match Fit Academy NPL
0:5 PDA South NPL




CFC Arsenal U13 Girls Sky
ECNL W4, T1, L2 GF11, GA6
5:1 Albertson Fury ECNL
0:0 Penn Fusion ECNL
3:2 Boston Breakers Academy ECNL
0:2 Match Fit ECNL
0:1 PDA ECNL
1:0 World Class FC ECNL
2:0 Continental FC Delco ECNL
NPL W6, T2, L0 GF19, GA3
2:0 FC Bucks NPL
3:0 FC Stars NPL
3:0 FSA NPL
4:0 Continental NPL
2:2 PDA North NPL
3:0 World Class NPL
1:1 PDA South NPL
1:0 Match Fit Academy NPL

CFC West U13 Girls
ECNL W3, T1, L4 GF13, GA20
1:4 East Meadow ECNL
5:2 FC Bucks ECNL
1:3 FC Stars ECNL
0:3 FSA ECNL
2:0 Continental FC Delco ECNL
2:1 World Class ECNL
2:2 PDA ECNL
0:5 Match Fit Academy ECNL
NPL W5, T1, L1 GF15, GA5
5:0 Albertson NPL
3:0 Penn Fusion NPL
5:0 Breakers NPL
0:0 Match Fit Academy NPL
0:5 PDA South NPL
1:0 World Class NPL
1:0 Continental FC NPL

Anonymous said...

Flight Winner Projection

East Meadow Hotshotz
South Shore Select Elite
GBUFC - 01 Select
NEFC-SC United
Match Fit Black

Anonymous said...

What was the score of CRUSH , TSF game?

Anonymous said...

TSF 2-0 over Crush

Anonymous said...

Crush looked terrible could have been 4-0 in the first half.

Anonymous said...

Could've gone either way. Wind was a big factor.

Anonymous said...

If this is true, another crush team can't make it past first game, wow. Will you bail on the consolation round too?

Anonymous said...

Wait a minute. Wind was a big factor??? I thought those excuses (including bad refs and mud) were not allowed on this blog? Or are they only allowed with teams that play in lower flights and lesser leagues? Next you will say that the 35 minute car ride had an effect on the girls. Or that the juice boxes were not the flavor they like.

Anonymous said...

I think the wind comment was sarcasm.
It had to be, no?

Anonymous said...

10:23, I would say it's true.. if Crush won, we would have heard about it by now. They would've been live blogging from the sidelines last night. Pretty sure the crushcopter has built in wifi.

Anonymous said...

Crush club robbing those parents blind. Some one should ask the coaches why in every age group, there is a steady decline after u12.

Wake up! This club has no idea how to put together a consistent premier team.

And they charge top dollar for the pleasure of their company!

Anonymous said...

Crush actually does a good job developing players. The problem is the good players have been leaving for ECNL teams.

Anonymous said...

12:00, perhaps about developing, but totally true about better players leaving for WC, PDA and MF.

The simply cannot compete with the ECNL tag, too many dreams to chase.

Anonymous said...

Any chance Crush can beat STA in NYCSL? Maybe STA will get the time wrong, again?

Anonymous said...

EVERY team relies heavily on their 4 to 5 best players. Once they leave for PDA, Mf or World Class you can't replace that talent.

PDA has been able to build 2 competitive NPL teams. Will be interesting to see if MF can put together a good NPL team when they bring those strong NJX players to their ECNL team.

MF ECNL should be a very good team with the addition of the MF NPL players and some of the non rostering Storm players.

Does anybody really know where the NPL and ECNL teams will practice/play next year?

Anonymous said...

12:10, yes, they are going to be practicing in Orangeburg, NY. Nice complex, with working bathrooms!

Anonymous said...

The best athletes leave for better clubs and teams, CRUSH didn't develop that....

Anonymous said...

Why are they robbing parents blind? They must be doing something right if they are getting kids ready for the next level. Comes with the territory develop and eventually lose some talent. Name of the game.

I think STA has put a lot of pressure on both Crush and NYSC to win their games no room to slip.

From the 5 Region1 NPLs - I think NEFC and STA are through it's just a matter of time. EDP hasn't played any games yet really and NENPL has a playoff still to be played as does VA NPL assuming PWSI doesn't win the Spring.

Anonymous said...

Pretty sure no PDA players are going to Match Fit

But we shall see

Anonymous said...

Very interesting

MF ECNL already very solid according to this blog.
Now you want to add MF NPL and Non rostering Storm players in addition to other players?

How good is this team if they can take on so many players?
and how many roster spots do they have that they can replace?

What happens to Storm if they lose 6 spots where do they get the
replacements from? If it's internal I'm sure those players are already having their tryouts at practice. Very interesting month to come.

Will new players accept roster spots to teams above 18?
Will players leave from teams with 18+

Anonymous said...

CRUSH is the single most expensive club in the state, period. And they have the worst sloped soccer pasture as well, WCFC is right around the corner - we welcome your next best athlete. Northern counties is a good option and close by - you would be able to compete and not travel to LI.

Anonymous said...

How much is Crush?

Anonymous said...

12:41- If your currently not rostering for a team why would you come back? Do players 16 thru 18 play much when they are rostered?

12:49 According to the ECNl website Storm has 22 players. If they cut 6 (think thats too much) they could add 4 new and still be at 20.

This is all speculation but this will be a very interesting tryout season..

Anonymous said...

12:56

What year did your kid get cut? Try to get over it.

Anonymous said...

Look at ECNL rosters at PDA and they all have 23-26 players. My guess is they all started with 26 players, the max you can carry.

Anonymous said...

Match Fit also has that many. U-14 team shows 26 girls.

Anonymous said...

I'd imagine they all get ample time in friendlies and scrimmages.

There are really 16. Then 4 numbers repeat. And 7 players do not have a number

Anonymous said...

18 or 22 or 26 they all have the same chance to play. But not all of them can. What happens when you have so many good players on one roster. So the question is are you going to teach your daughter to find away or are you going to take the easy way and bring her to a team that she won't have to fight for anything but wins?

Tough call. It's a win win for everyone involved.

If you stay the club is happy and so is the player.

If you leave the club is happy because a player that didn't buy in is out and the player is happy because she is leaving and a New player will be happy because they have made a very good team and only time will tell if they stick

Anonymous said...

1:49 Good point.

1:47- Can they be rostered on both ECNL and NPL? That might explain duplicate numbers.

Anonymous said...

1:52 I agree - by now going Into ECNL year 1 next season - these teams are all just about ready to go. If your kid is on one of these clubs you already know if your kid is in their plans. If they were they would be at practice with ECNL team simple. I doubt they win a spot at tryouts. The only thing tryouts will do is confirm who is leaving ECNL team and can they make NPL team stronger.

Anonymous said...

NENPL teams will benefit from tryouts.
Players replaced by ECNL teams players 19-26 will either move to another club or move to NPL team after tryouts and have an immediate impact on the road to INDIANA. These will be very good players joining a very good team already pushing 6 girls out. If i was on NPL team I would want to know the positions of the players on the chopping block and have a plan B ready for my kid.

Anonymous said...

Just checking in, can't believe FC CRUSH lost in round one, so much for that top 3 spot they always wanted. Have they won anything since indoor state cup 2 years ago? Speaking of, I believe a u12 team won that cup this year over sta and TSF, what does that say?

Anonymous said...


The U14 ECNL web site for MF lists 26 different girls. They are not all on the team?

Anonymous said...

5 of the final 8 are set. Dragons, Galaxay and STA to follow?

Anonymous said...

TSF got a little revenge for NCS semi final loss.

Semi-Finals A
3 NJ WILDCATS AVERBUCH (NJ)
1 STA MORRIS UNITED NPL 01 (NJ)

Semi-Finals B
2 NJ CRUSH FC TSUNAMI (NJ)
1 TSF ACADEMY 01/02G (NJ)

Final
3 NJ WILDCATS AVERBUCH (NJ)
1 NJ CRUSH FC TSUNAMI (NJ)

Anonymous said...

The ECNL teams in NJ and NY are about equal in My book.

Most have quantity but lack real quality.


Match fit -if you include the NPL team, may have more quality.


This age group will be interesting in this region as teams like Penn fusion and or East Meadow may benefit the most if some more real quality come into their program.

Match fit and PDA may end up "splitting the baby" as real quality may be split between them.




Anonymous said...

2:37 what is your MF might have more quality if they include NPL team based on?

PDA has 2 NPL teams that did equal to or better than MFNPL team did against common teams

Match Fit ECNL
2:0 CFC Arsenal U13 Girls Sky
5:0 CFC West U13 Girls

Match Fit Academy NPL
0:1 CFC Arsenal U13 Girls Sky
0:0 CFC West U13 Girls

PDA Storm
1:0 CFC Arsenal U13 Girls Sky
2:2 CFC West U13 Girls

PDA South NPL
2:2 CFC Arsenal U13 Girls Sky
5:0 CFC West U13 Girls

PDA North NPL
1:1 CFC Arsenal U13 Girls Sky
1:2 CFC Arsenal U13 Girls Sky

Anonymous said...

MF NPL

0:0 PDA North
3:1 PDA South

and I think MF NPL gets PDA North this weekend to prove the 0:0 draw is not the norm.

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