Friday, January 29, 2016

U14G / U14 Girls Youth Soccer

U14G  / U14 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...

Now people have been drinking seeing posts like that.

Anonymous said...

7:02 There is no more ECNL. Just let it go will you.
My goodness do you think continuing to state parents will still put up with the ECNL baloney of rosters of 25, kids not dressing or playing, claiming you lost because you let those same "Bench Players" play?Face it finally will you the DA is now the exclusive League, there is no need or purpose for an exclusive league for only "Elite Clubs" when those "Elite Clubs" will "be the DA Clubs now, not ECNL. There is no need for 2 separate levels of "exclusive leagues".
Look up the definition of exclusive will you, ECNL no longer fits the bill I'm afraid.
We know you are desperate to hold onto those dollars but it's over now. Try and move on with the new playing field because it's a here.

Anonymous said...

You continue to be delusional thinking ECNL coaches and executives are on this site. Just idiot parents with nothing else to do.

We don't care if it's ECNL or DA it doesn't matter to us. Enough already.

Anonymous said...

You ECNL haters do realize that the DA isn't starting up until 2017 right? What are you going to do? Have your kids continue to train at mediocre clubs and then expect them to make DA? If there ever was a time to get the best training for them it's over the next year. Relax on the hate.

Anonymous said...

She is actually a good coach and will challenge players by playing them in spots they are not comfortable with. Although the Ukies didn't show it by winning against upper tier teams, they probably were better off development wise individually.

Anonymous said...

7:49 My wife calls reminds me of what a moron I am and she never reads what I post on here.

Anonymous said...

But when will the girls DA clubs be announced? Are current ECNL players going to stay put during the tryout period or look elsewhere to where they think there might be a DA?

Anonymous said...

With not knowing who will get a DA your best bet is to go/stay where the training is. It's called preparation.

Anonymous said...

MF Coaching announcements made.

DOC and ECNL director will coach every team. Will never show up and miss games to attend Giants games.

Anonymous said...

MF is done. No DA for them.

Anonymous said...

9:56 many parents are doing just that. Going out and finding where their daughter will get the best training, even if its just for one year.
Obviously many PL parents are doing just that. PL Director of coaching held a meeting last week asking all parents from all teams to attend, not one PL U14 Black team parent in attendance. I would say that ship is sailing off into the sunset.

Anonymous said...

PF does not offer enough 'A' level coaches in their announcements.
No DA for them.

Anonymous said...

Wishful thinking 11:40

Anonymous said...

Isn't TM a U.S. Federation Staff Coach so should that give PF the edge to get DA. Also is that the reason why many girls have national status at PF because of the exposure that TM gives them?

Anonymous said...

Will ODP go away when the DA is up and running?

Anonymous said...

12:09 sounds like a PF parent lol !

Anonymous said...

The posts on here over the past couple weeks of weeks have ranged from paranoid, to delusional, to wishful thinking, to uninformed, to comical. The truth is we "the peasants" will have to wait until the lay of the land is laid out and then we will have to make the best decision for our kids. Posting scenarios on a U14 blog will not make something miraculously come true. The are 2 facts: that there will be a birth year change in fall of 2016 and there will be a new option of the Development Academy in the fall of 2017. Other than that, it is all conjecture. With chaos comes opportunity. There is so much money to be made out there that there will be options. ECNL haters want to say that it will no longer exist, but whether it is called ECNL or XYZ there will be a second level option and they will promote it and they will make money. Not all the most talented players will go to the DA just like not all the most talented players currently play in ECNL. That will continue to be true for various reasons. Post your thoughts, but that is all it is - your guess or wish. It is not known what the landscape will be 2 years from now - no one knows at this time. So just have fun with it.

Anonymous said...

Am I the only one who wishes they would have done both the DA and the BYC at the same time. Every team is going to change dramatically next fall and the again a year later when the top players go DA. I think both are good for the sport but I see the next 2-3 years being a mess of player migration and it's happening at a very important part of our daughter recruiting window.

Anonymous said...

Absolutely 7:09. It would have made the most sense. But they are not as organized as they might want us to think.

Anonymous said...

11:35 PM

DOC has no one but himself to blame. 5 years ago PAC had no real girls or youth(4-8) programs to speak of. They are now outperforming and out recruiting PL at every age group but our(and maybe the 97's but they graduate this year). And Classics is now a year away from getting a girls DA and when they do it will all over for PL. Its a shame, plenty of coaches, parents and even players have spoken to him but he seems content to run a rec club. So be it.

Anonymous said...

I checked a couple of boys DA team rosters. They all seem to keep 32 players on the roster pretty much evenly split between birth years. So there are only 16 spots on each team for each birth year. Maybe girls will be different but my guess is not. Therefore there are less spots than current ECNLnteams carry. Add to that the girls from other clubs who will try out and it will be very competitive. That said, there will be plenty of talented girls to play ECNL, NPL, EDP or whatever the structure is like. And college coaches will have to see those girls as well. As they do now.

Anonymous said...

I take that back about even between birth years. The 2001/2002 teams are weighted more toward 2001 players at least 60:40. Also as you would expect a lot of birthdays in the January to April time frame for each birth year. Not always a fair system.

Anonymous said...

Not much different there is now with ECNL. But to the earlier post, would you rather be 1 of 20 to 22 girls on an ECNL with the chance for development or not one of the 12-16 on the DA. Interesting question. If it is all about development the answer is simple. But as we all know we and our girls don't always see it that way.

Anonymous said...

Goof Job Penn Fusion - clearly labeled your pyramid.

U15 GIRLS 2002
Wednesday 4/27/16 (6:45 PM - 8:15 PM)
Wednesday 5/4/16 (5:30 PM - 7:00 PM )
ECNL (ELITE)
NPL (PREMIER)
UNITED (A LEVEL)
EAGLES (B/C LEVEL)


U16 GIRLS 2001
Monday 5/2/16 (5:30 PM - 7:00 PM)
Monday 5/9/16 (5:30 PM - 7:00 PM)
ECNL (ELITE)
NPL (PREMIER)
UNITED (A LEVEL)
EAGLES (B/C LEVEL)

Anonymous said...

CFC Delco - good job getting your dates out there before everyone

U15 ECNL/NPL 2002
Monday, May 02, 2016
Wednesday, May 04, 2016 6:30 - 8 PM

U16 ECNLNPL 2001
Monday, May 02, 2016
Wednesday, May 04, 2016

Anonymous said...

Nice PDA as well

U15 PDA Storm/Dragons 2002
April 26th
May 10th 6:30 -8pm

U16 PDA Splash/Hornets 2001
April 26th
May 10th 8-9:30 pm

Anonymous said...

8:02 The shame of it is that PL does some honorable things well that most clubs don't do. Not allowing the use of guest players during the year or even allowing outside players to practice with teams (even after tryouts).
But you are right, the DOC puts no stock in the idea that teams need to be flighted high in order to be seen. The only important thing to him, is that there are kids playing soccer and the level at which they play does not matter.
That fact alone makes its current U14 even more of an anomaly and some credit must be given to its previous coaches and even its current one. Not sure how well most teams would be able to do with subbing four to five players every eight minutes regardless of the score.
Hope the PL U14 team has enjoyed its ride.

Anonymous said...

Ok PL we all get it, it's been the same post probably 20 times now on this blog since Fall.

Anonymous said...

Lol you would think they are the only team changing after this year. News flash, every team is soon to be changed.

Anonymous said...

Continental also has a us federation coach. In fact, at the us training centers they are both there coaching. It's really a toss up between them, in my opinion. Continental has been successfully running the boys da, but penn fusion girl side stronger right now.

Anonymous said...

11:23 & 11:31

The difference is no one cares about your crappy team m(s) or where it's players wind up.

Anonymous said...

12:25 I'm not a PA parent so I don't hear any chatter except on this board but I wouldn't let your ego become too inflated by thinking others are on the edge of their seats hoping to see your players show up at their clubs tryouts. Most parents are only concerned about their individual player at this point and what's best for them. It's not U12 anymore.

Anonymous said...

Why is PDA always the last club to hold its tryouts?

Anonymous said...

smart coaches don't "hope" top players show up at their tryouts, they make sure the player knows how welcome they would be at a training session or two, and then have them committed long before tryouts start. Many avenues to this but truth is tryouts are often times just for show to give everyone the appearance of a fair/equal opportunity.

Anonymous said...

11:55pm PF has pre-ECNL and 5 ECNL head coaches.
Only one of them is a USSF 'A' license and it's their DOC, TM.
Two 'B' license coaches have two separate teams.
The pre-ECNL coach is an 'E' license working on her D.

Adding SB to their staff might help them get the DA, but they are going to need to hire more qualified coaches if they hope to get DA status.

Good luck.

Anonymous said...

DA Coaches = A License and cannot be a college coach.

Anonymous said...

1:17 You got to be kidding. Coaches are always hoping top players from other teams show up at their tryouts. Your team being middle of the pack at best, is exactly why your coach is forced to cater to some of his better players (no top players headed there).

2:35 Your post pretty much hit it right on the nose. Try to enlighten 1:17

Anonymous said...

CFC has 8 A's & 9 B's not incl the current U-14 coach who just came over from PF this year.

Anonymous said...

1:17 didn't say coaches, they said parents. I think the point was that the same parent(s) are always on here talking about the demise of their team/club. Most who read this blog do not give a shit. I assume your one of their parents.

Anonymous said...

Because we all know there are NO coaches on here!

Anonymous said...

No Ultimate Cup talk? I'm shocked. Richmond ECNL must be terrible.

Anonymous said...

3:55 PL, PF, PAC and PA parents are definitely crybabies and whiners, but assholes like you are even worse. You make other NPL parents on here look bad with your inane remarks. But good luck to your daughter and hopefully with the DA coming, she'll be able to make an ECNL team and find out what's its like to be on a team where everyone does give a shit.

Anonymous said...

A lack of coaches with top licenses was one of the things the USSF criticized the ECNL for in their meeting. Looks like PF has some hiring to do. Interestingly just a couple months ago USYS made changes to their requirements for their Regional(champions) and national league coaches. I believe it required at least 1 C licensed coach on the sidelines of every game this spring and will go "up" every year so that at the end of 5 there must be at least 1 A and no one with less than a C can even be on the teams sidelines. Now if we can just ban the "parent coaches" from the spectator sidelines....

Anonymous said...

APC Premier Cup 2016- Girls Weekend

Girls U14 Premier
PTS
4 FC VIRGINIA UNITED ELITE 01 (33.59)
3 CONTINENTAL FC NPL '01F (32.08)
1 PIPELINE BLACK (32.32)

4 MARYLAND UNITED FC 01-ECNL (34.24)
2 LDC UNITED ATTACK (33.58)
1 BETHESDA SC FORCE 01 (31.83)

Semi Finals
FC VIRGINIA UNITED ELITE 01 (VA)
LDC UNITED ATTACK (PAE)

MARYLAND UNITED FC 01-ECNL (MD)
CONTINENTAL FC NPL '01F (PAE)

Some Sub plots from Day 1 EDP South #7 Pipeline who finished tied with Rage & Jersey Shore Boca in pts lost to the NorthEast Girls NPL #8. Also the PAGS champion not beating WAGS D1 #3 was also a little bit of a shock - reading this board I expected more from PAGS teams. youthsoccerrankingsusa predicted the ECNL team as champion. I put their U14 ranking pts in ( ) as a reminder.

---------------------------------------
2016 Ultimate Cup (Girls Weekend)
6 PA CLASSICS ACADEMY 01 (34.15)
1 SEVERNA PARK BLACK THUNDER (31.90)
1 VSA NPL ELITE 01 (31.34)

4 SAC PREMIER BLUE (31.87)
2 NORTH UNION UNITED 01F WAVE (32.49)
1 RICHMOND UNITED U13 ECNL (0.00)

Semi-Finals
PA CLASSICS ACADEMY 01 (PAE)
NORTH UNION UNITED 01F WAVE (PAE)

SAC PREMIER BLUE (MD)
SEVERNA PARK BLACK THUNDER (MD)

Sub plots from Ultimate PAC as predicted by youth soccer rankings usa to have an easy time is living up to the prediction although them beating EDP South D2 champion by 1 goal was a disappoinment.

Anonymous said...

Maryland Utd ECNL should win easy.

Richmond ECNL is not that good. Seeing how bad they did at Ultimate Cup, just wait and see how bad they do Jefferson Cup. Not sure why their tournament=not director thinks it's good for that team to get stomped year after year.

Anonymous said...

I think the Richmond Utd teams are all playing up, not saying the are good, but those results are against older teams.

Anonymous said...

PDA can be last, the others can't. BTW, tryouts are a sham. Clubs only add a small number of kids and they know who they are before tryouts in 90% of the cases. Many clubs already have a ton of 16/17 offers out.

Anonymous said...

8:35 that team is u13 playing up - don't worry the u14 team will be ready

Anonymous said...

2016 REGION I CHAMPIONS LEAGUE

Saturday, February 27, 2016
0 - LOUDOUN SOCCER 01 G RED
2 - 1776 UNITED FC XTREME 2

Anonymous said...

so I hear MF losing another coach, my friend is unclear what to do for next year. MF going from 3 teams to 2 teams at every age group. His daughter may be out or on a large roster. Sucks for him

Anonymous said...

Join FC Crush.

Anonymous said...

At PF birth year event today TM pulled aside all of the Legacy girls and had a separate conversation with them. Hhhmmm...wonder what was said. Most of those girls have also been to the Continental events as well.

Anonymous said...

He said "I'll take all of you except the one whose dad signs his blog PL Parent.

Anonymous said...

So do the PL girls all stick together and all go to PF? Do they all go to Continental because of possible DA? Or do they split up with some going to each?

Anonymous said...

He's going to tell families anything they want to hear until they register their credit card. Good luck after that.

Anonymous said...

Yea because Continental is getting the DA. It was decided. Smh

Anonymous said...

You're forgetting the club option that is much closer and who also may be getting a DA next year.

Anonymous said...

Those PF parents must be getting worried . Looks like their littie Mia's will be getting the axe !

Anonymous said...

What the PL girls decide could definitely swing the balance of power in PA.

Anonymous said...

Talk about being over dramatic.

Anonymous said...

Hhmmm why do I get the feeling we have some penn legacy parents on here this afternoon?? Talk your kids up some more. Its not at all transparent.

Anonymous said...

I don't think they need talking up , their talent speaks for itself .

Anonymous said...

No wonder why this blog calls you parents annoying. Good luck to the club that has to endure you.

Anonymous said...

2:56 and others. I agree there is way too much PL chatter on here. I'd rather see some tournament teams and league trash talk going on. Some good analysis from GS 4 Life and Soccer Nut on what's happening in the soccer world is always a good read too. With all the DA talk, have to ask of of you to look back and ask yourself how much did the DA impact the boys side? Mainly asking regarding scholarships and high level players staying with their original clubs?
PL Parent

Anonymous said...

Penn Fusion has at least 7with A licenses now and 2 with B going to take the A license this year. I think they are probably better off than just about any other club there.
That said. No doubt PA Classics will get the GDA. Having been credited 9rightly or wrongly) with Christian Pulisic's development, they are an absolute shoo in.

The question remains who else gets it and what exactly does it mean. My older ECNL player says to me no way would I give up High school ball. But a seventh grader now, would never have experienced it, so may not know what they are missing. Has anyone talked to their kids about giving up high school soccer? Any guesses on the significance of the GDA?

Anonymous said...

FCV Elite 01 beat a very physical (dirty) Maryland United ECNL 1-0 in the APC final today.

The FCV girls are one tough bunch - they only had 14 fit players going into the tournament and 2 girls carried knocks into the final. Maryland took out 2 girls so FCV ended with only 1 half fit sub whereas they had 7 subs to choose from.

Very tough game and just hoping that the FCV team stays together next season as opposed to breaking up on the birth year changes. These girls are a great footballing side and really play for each other.

Hoping they carry this great start on to Jeff Cup and Nationals in Denver. Jeff Cup will be challenging with half the squad missing through injury, ODP Europe and vacations.

Anonymous said...

The arrogance is in full effect today. Have fun with that PA.

Anonymous said...

1776 vs Loudoun was a very close match. 0-0 at half and two late goals by 1776. Classic case of first team that scores will win. 1776 deserved the win but very similar teams.

Anonymous said...

FCV United Elite '01 is an NPL team?

thanks

Anonymous said...

Only way your kid gets cut is if she clearly does not belong, she is uncoachable and or a cancer, or the parents are problems.

Anonymous said...

Well 5:06 they definitely all could get bids but some will get them for the NPL team and just because some may make ecnl doesn't mean they'll be starters. Be careful with that arrogance.

Anonymous said...

Its kind of weird seeing tryout talk this early in the season. Are any of the NY, NJ teams hosting "pre-tryout birth year evaluations"? Or is just one PA team trying to beat the other to the punch?

Anonymous said...

When talking ECNL these clubs secure players they want before tryouts and tryouts are not that far away.

Anonymous said...

I am tired of hearing about how clubs have so many A license coaches.

Penn Fusion has 3 A licensed coaches on the girls side.

CFC has 4 A licensed Coaches on the girls side.

PAC is harder to figure out, they really do not list all their coaches and what license they have.

Stop counting the coaches on the boys side.

Anonymous said...

8:38 there are 2 posters - 1 claims FCV Elite is the NPL team and the defending champion and there was another that claims FCV Premier is the NPL team. Either way I believe google, see below FCV Elite is not the NPL team mr Anonymous

http://home.gotsoccer.com/rankings/event.aspx?EventID=47190&GroupID=463519

NPL Finals 7/9/2015 - 7/13/2015
Girls U13

Flight Ranking Value: 10000
Champion NEFC ELITE U13 GIRLS (MA)
Finalist JFC STORM 01/02 (FL)
Semi-Finalist FC PORTLAND-01G-ECNL (OR)
Semi-Finalist PDA NORTH 01 NPL (NJ)

Additional Teams
BATON ROUGE BRSC 02 G BLACK (LA)
EAGLES WHITE (CAS)
ELITE GIRLS ACADEMY MAROON 01/02 (NE)
FC ALLIANCE 02G NPL (TN)
FC VIRGINIA FCV AUFC NPL '01 (VA)
NJ WILDCATS AVERBUCH-NPL (NJ)
OKLAHOMA FC OFC 02 (OK)
STA MORRIS UNITED NPL 01 (NJ)

Anonymous said...

2016 REGION I CHAMPIONS LEAGUE
Sunday, February 28, 2016

2 HARFORD FC UNITED THUNDER
0 LOUDOUN SOCCER LOUDOUN 01 G RED

0 RHINOS ELITE SC 01/02
4 BRADDOCK ROAD YC 01 ELITE

5 1776 UNITED FC XTREME
1 PWSI COURAGE 01G RED

0 YARDLEY MAKEFIELD SOCCER BANSHEES
0 UKRAINIAN NATIONALS BLASTERS BLACK

UNREPORTED:

2/6/2016
CENTURY V 0102 GOLD
HMMS EAGLE FC 01 SPIRIT

2/13/2016
CENTURY V 0102 GOLD
LOUDOUN SOCCER LOUDOUN 01 G RED

SOUTH SHORE SELECT U14 ELITE
UKRAINIAN NATIONALS BLASTERS BLACK

2/14/2016
LOUDOUN SOCCER LOUDOUN 01 G RED
HMMS EAGLE FC 01 SPIRIT

2/21/2016
CENTURY V 0102 GOLD
1776 UNITED FC XTREME

SOUTH SHORE SELECT U14 ELITE
FC FREDERICK '01

2/27/2016
UKRAINIAN NATIONALS BLASTERS BLACK
FC FREDERICK '01

Anonymous said...

Only 1 of PFs ECNL teams will have an A level coach next yr, while 3 of the NPL teams will. Strange. But the 2 B's could have their A's before tryouts next year so probably not a big deal. It is fair to discuss liscences club wide though. It's not like a coach is limited to boys or girls teams only.

Anonymous said...

On the PF site there is only one coach listed on both the boys and girls. So it sure seems to me that at PF coaches are limited to either boys or girls. Also, the boys and girls games are totally different. So they will be coached differently.

Anonymous said...

Boys and girls need to be coached differently but the game they play is not "totally different". When we talk about elevating the girls game we mean faster speed of play, better technical ability, and more creativity. In other words more like boys. Of course we can say US men's team also needs to improve on those to be competitive with the top Countries in the world. If your thinking was true there would be a Girls A License and a seperate Boys A License. There is a rule against younger male coaches coaching older female teams. Other than that's it's just a matter of the individual coaches ability to deal with girls vs boys. Some can, some can't.

Anonymous said...

Top 10 u14 Tournaments over the past 12 months - only Delco & EDP left that's open to teams, NJ Cup for NJ teams and ERCNL for ECNL teams only

1 Surf Cup
2 Jefferson Cup - Girls
3 Spirit United Kickoff Classic
4 Players Showcase
5 FC DELCO Players Cup
6 WAGS
7 EDP Open Cup
8 US Club New Jersey Cup
9 ECNL National Finals
10 Vegas Cup - MLK Weekend

Anonymous said...

Women's soccer isn't broke why is everyone chiming or changing the model. Sorry but since the days of Mia Hamm U.S. has always drew strong U.S. players to the sport unlike on the Men's side. Face facts if the men's team does not advance in this summer Olympics and the WNT medals many will question the current model once again. I hope U.S. Federation pays very close attention this summer.

Anonymous said...

2/27 7:59
Looks like a good start for PAC this past weekend.
GF 15, no goals allowed all weekend

Anonymous said...

How come no NJ teams doing Region 1 Champions League this Spring?


Another P? Parent

Anonymous said...

10:10
Ban on NJ soccer moms

Anonymous said...

Coaching licenses in this discussion are relevant because they are one of the key components of a CLUB's bid for the GDA. The USSF won't care whether the coach is currently coaching boys or girls all of the licenses will be considered in the application. Further, no doubt the two prominent PF B license coaches are already signed up for an A course and notes will be made on the anticipated date that license will be awarded to those 2 guys. PF in in a good position to offer a strong application but...

Though CFC boys DA program has struggled, it is unclear how much weight a poor boys DA club position will carry in the evaluation process. Could actually be a negative. Penn Fusion has a great history of developing little boys and then passing them off to Union DA. DA actually posts the boys "developmental" club on the website. I would think that relationship with Union and a strong history of also developing boys would tilt the scales in their favor.

That said PAC is a no brainer to get GDA. Having been credited with developing Christian Pulisic, the Mallory Pugh of the men's side, they will be the first club admitted. Their little girls program is adequate. The older girls programs are terrible because they let them deteriorate in the face of building the boys side during Pulisic's ascendancy. But they have tried to make a difference there for this year in a brilliant hire of TH. TH is the primary PAE scout for girls for the USSF. He runs the NTC where his second in command is TM. He is the most powerful PA girls side player with the USSF and now is a PAC '00 coach for 2016. Smart again Steve.

Anonymous said...

11:28
Now this is why I read this blog.
Good information with solid credibility

Anonymous said...

Cue the guy who hates PA soccer in 3, 2, 1...

Anonymous said...

Despite what 7:48 says, there were two FCV teams playing in the Virginia Premier League last year. The one playing in the FCV slot, FCV Elite, won the league and went on to play in the National event. This team still plays in VPL and has already secured a spot at the NPL National event in Denver, as stated in the 6:34pm posting yesterday.

So yes, FCV's B team, which plays NPL, beat the Maryland United ECNL A team.

There was a second FCV team playing in VPL last year under the umbrella of the Annandale UFC. They did not do well in the league. For some reason/mistake, they were listed as the FCV team playing at Nationals (see how the team listed in 7:48's post has AUFC in the title) but they did not qualify for Nationals . However, people like 7:48 continue to believe that they made it. You can check the VPL standings yourself to verify: http://virginianpl.demosphere.com/schedules/Spring2015/75463040.html

FCV Elite is a very good team and with their win over Maryland United, I'd ranked them as the 4th best 01G team in DC/Maryland/Virginia area right now, behind FCV ECNL, BRYC and Bethesda ECNL.

Anonymous said...

What other clubs developed talented players at a younger age to which moved to an ecnl club over for their high school years?

Wouldn't some of those clubs have a chance at GDA?

Anonymous said...

11:28 just clueless

http://www.philadelphiaunion.com/academy/u14
http://www.philadelphiaunion.com/academy/u16
http://www.philadelphiaunion.com/academy/u18

I see 3 PF players across those three teams.
More PDA, Real NJ, and Nether players are on there.
I see 15 CFC players there.

This is information that anyone can look up, so to spin this off like some bad Ted Cruz jargon is just asinine. Downright embarrassing.

And if you want to point to the girls side, PF has 7 players from West Chester across their oldest 4 ECNL teams. Across those same teams, they have 14 out of state players. You can easily look this up. PF does not have a stellar history of developing their players. They are #1 when it comes to recruiting, though. Good luck!

Anonymous said...

Hmmm

Thanks for the FCV clarification.

Seems Jeff Cup didnt flight them correctly and we should expect that they sail through the division.

In a few weeks you should be properly vindicated, 12:41. And FCV Elite will be one to watch in Aurora.

Anonymous said...

With a full roster, FCV Elite should easily win its flight but with player absences and injuries, I wouldn't bet on them winning their brackets.

Anonymous said...

I wont worry about them for nationals then either

Anonymous said...

7:48 here - I posted a GotSoccer link showing that team in the Finals, another poster making an argument for FC Frederick said the same exact thing. Until we see this year's link from Denver - FCV AUFC are the defending VA NPL Champions. Dude just calling it like I see it.


Anonymous said on January 29, 2016 at 3:41 PM
"FCV United Premier
88th ranked team in Virginia
EIGHTY-EIGHTH"

Anonymous said...

9:53 Isn't it amazing how well PAC does when they are in tournaments with the level of play being similar to PAGS?

Anonymous said...

1:55 here

2016 Ultimate Cup (Girls Weekend)
PA CLASSICS ACADEMY 01 (34.15)
SEVERNA PARK BLACK THUNDER (31.90)
VSA NPL ELITE 01 (31.34)
NORTH UNION UNITED 01F WAVE (32.49)

According to Youth Soccer rankings USA in 4 games they should have a +11 GD
they did good by winning by +15 exactly what they were supposed to do. I've been hard on them recently bu they did what they had to do.


Anonymous said...

Wrong 1:19. At least 30 or more on top four PF ECNL teams are from West chester area. You know you can actually live in a nearby town with a different name but play your whole soccer life with a club in west chester, right?

Anonymous said...

2:23 That's just incorrect. Nearby places like Malvern, Exton, Newtown Square, Downingtown, Glen Mills, Garnet Valley, etc., have local town clubs that offer youth soccer leagues. It is very rare that players at U9 start off at West Chester, unless they had an older sibling on a team.

But let's take a look at some not quite so close clubs that wouldn't have played their youth soccer at WC : Carlisle, Gilbertsville, Mechanicsburg, Lititz, Allentown, Dillsburg, Royersford, Doylestown, Leola, Bryn Mawr, Blakeslee, Lancaster, Drexel Hill Manheim, Orefield, Camp Hill, Reinholds, Yardley, Ardmore, Collegeville, etc.

You can look all this up.
Your number of 30 may be true for being recruited at the ECNL level, but no, they most certainly did not play their 'whole soccer life' at WC. They have been recruited.
Don't preach development and 'A' licenses that just aren't true. Your day of reckoning is almost here..... so have a nice day!

Anonymous said...

Shut up already about this subject please!!

Anonymous said...

The level of hate from CFC to PF lately is high. Disgruntled parents? Coach? Who knows but the attacks keep coming, from field rentals, to number of coaches with A license, to now how many kids played for PF and for how long.

Anonymous said...

1:55 here again even though GS has a different FCV team I believe our poster
and have updated my access db for tracking - love this stuff
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Qualified for Denver
Omaha Elite Girls Academy Maroon 01/02 (NE)
De Anza Force 01G Blue (CA)
FC Virginia United Elite 01 (VA)
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The NPL Northeast Girls League starts up this weekend, with a 1 vs 2 match up. PDA South can move 10 pts ahead
with 2 wins this weekend. A MF win keeps them very much in the thick of thingsin the attlefor seeding. For PF NPL it's now or never as they play a key game vs FC Boston who might just start playing more of their ECNL players with the NPL team now since NEFC will be the ECNL team next season.

PTS
7 FC Bucks 01 NP
21 FC Boston 01 NPL

18 Penn Fusion SA 01 NPL
14 FC Stars of Mass 01 NPL

32 PDA South 01 NPL
28 Match Fit Academy 01 NPL

7 FC Bucks 01 NPL
14 FC Stars of Mass 01 NP

18 Penn Fusion SA 01 NPL
21 FC Boston 01 NPL

15 Continental FC 01 NPL
32 PDA South 01 NPL

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Eastern Development Program - NPL Division

No games scheduled

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New York Club Soccer League-NPL Division

No games scheduled

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New England GirlsNPL

No games scheduled but they did add
FC BOSTON SCORPIONS NORTH U14 ELITE for the Spring.

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Anonymous said...

223 I don't think it's necessarily hatred between both PF and CFC parents, as both are inside look out are most likely happy. It's more parents outside looking in that are trying to decide and just can't get there facts straight.

Curious was there any current player roster attending other ID events between both clubs?

Anonymous said...

The transformation of this blog from 90% NJ to PA, FC Frederick and CT not sure which club and it doesn't matter and maybe 10% NJ like it should be regional. Keep at it guys

Anonymous said...

ECNL players are not allowed to train with other ECNL clubs. There were CFC NPL players at the Penn Fusion event.

Anonymous said...

There were PF players at the CFC event as well. Likely NPLs trying to make an ECNL. I think one of the 2 websites says NO ECNL players from other clubs. I am guessing neither club really cares too much though.

Anonymous said...

Elite Clubs National League Under 14

PF ECNL has 2 huge games they need at least 4 pointsthis weekend out ofthe 6.
EM ECNL should add to their pt total while the MA teams battle PF this weekend.
CASL needs 6 this weekend and 3 have to comefrom bewthesda whoalso needs the 3 to stay in the picture as thehunt for the post season gets closer


PPGAVG

Sat, March 5, 2016
1.64 Penn Fusion SA ECNL U14
1.64 FC Stars of Massachusetts ECNL U14

2.20 East Meadow Soccer Club ECNL U14
1.13 Connecticut FC ECNL U14

0.30 FC Bucks ECNL U14
1.82 FC Boston Scorpions ECNL U14

1.73 Maryland United FC ECNL U14
0.73 Richmond United ECNL U14

2.00 Bethesda SC ECNL U14
2.20 CASL ECNL U14

Sun, March 6, 2016
0.30 FC Bucks ECNL U14
1.64 FC Stars of Massachusetts ECNL U14

1.64 Penn Fusion SA ECNL U14
1.82 FC Boston Scorpions ECNL U14

1.73 Maryland United FC ECNL U14
2.20 CASL ECNL U14


4:49 their web page said no ECNL players - but the NPL rules say no NPL players with other NPL clubs. It's okay rules don't apply to PA - but I agree none of the clubs care who leaves unless it makes them look bad.

Anonymous said...

CFC really hitting it hard. For the fussy pants non PA people skip this one.

This is a discussion of the relative strength of PF application versus CFC. The only advantage CFC has over PF is the boys program, which through no fault of their own but with PAC competing to the west and Union to the east struggles most years. The significance to the USSF of having a boys DA is uncertain.

Remember also that the USSF has relegated programs for poor performance.

ECNL standings currently

CFC PF
14 6/6 3/6
15 6/6 2/6
16 6/6 3/6
17 3/6 4/6
18 6/6 5/6

CFC has one team that is not in last place in an admittedly tough conference. PF performance is better but not nearly comparable to PDA and Matchfit. Why? of course the answer is dilution of talent. Hence only one of these two, CFC/PF, has any chance at being awarded Academy status.

USSF Criterion-Coaching licenses: both solid- draw
USSF Criterion-facilities: draw
not big enough of a difference to tip the scales
USSF Criterion: national players PF
No contest Penn Fusion over CFC. One Penn Fusion kid is starting on the 17 wc team and has been a west Chester player her whole life. But of course while the development club question is interesting, the recruitment over development arguments made to diminish the club are non starters. Why do the national level players come to Penn Fusion around u14? No doubt for the best development and NT exposure. Look at the YNT rosters over the last year- I admit I may be slightly off since I didn't actually check the rosters so this is from memory to some extent:
U15 PF1 CFC0
U16 PF1 CFC0
U17 PF2 CFC1
U18 PF1 CFC0
U19 PF2 CFC0
No question who wins the national player game. PF has some very talented younger players coming up that are being noticed in the combine etc. There are more in the pipeline and they are already on the USSF radar. The one CFC national player attended a single camp while all of the PF kids were invited to more than one camp. But for an injury, PF would have had 2 kids on the 17 wc roster.

Politics: not official criterion but often important. TM is well known to the girls NT and NTC programs as producing NT quality players. Not sure there is an equivalent at CFC. PF just started up an NWSL team I am sure to strengthen their development platform for their DA bid.

PAC a definite in, but awfully close between CFC and PF. My money is on PF with 3:1 odds.

By the way this is just for fun. I don't know why someone would get so bent about 13 year old soccer. Keep your kid at CFC if you think she's best off there. I for one am looking around for my child. By the way CFC does well as the Union "previous" club status, but much weaker as the "development club" (as does its predecessor Spirit United FC Delco started at u12) suggests to me that the boys aren't satisfied there. Not sure that's a plus.

Fc Delco (CFC predecessor for those who don't have older kids) has a storied history on the boys side, with many very accomplished alumni. Hence they were a lock when the boys DA applications were made. SK was very smart on getting in on the ground floor when he did. PAC didn't even have boys teams at every age just before the DA announcement. They are a perfect example of what can happen to a club's success after being recognized by the USSF. That's why these guys are scrambling to submit the best application they can at this point.

If you have a talented kids now's the time to go shopping.

Anonymous said...

All of this Pennsylavania soccer talk is reminding me of the Cracker Barrel off of route 78.

Anonymous said...

If the Pa. players were that good , they would be at PDA.

Anonymous said...

Maybe they just can't hack the smell on that side of the river.

Anonymous said...

The best ones are.

Anonymous said...

Sounds like somebody's daughter wasn't good enough to make the team .

Anonymous said...

Funny how PDA and MF are much stronger than any of the PA teams maybe if PF/CFC were smart they would merge and so both club's benefit and dominate the NorthEast region.

Anonymous said...

Would love to see last years tournament history between PA and NJ clubs. Although not having any teams in the Champions League will avoid that embarrassment. PDA's broad shoulder at least give the other clubs a place to hide behind, except when their trying to stick a knife between them.

Anonymous said...

2.5 hours from Harrisburg or Lancaster to PDA. Do you think that's reasonable? 1-1.5 hours from Central PA ro West Chester or Downingtown. maybe all the best from Bucks and montogomery county, but central PA nope.

Anonymous said...

Penn Fusion is certainly on Match Fit's level - and knocking at the PDA door. Impressive team.

Anonymous said...

YMS
0:1 NJ WILDCATS GALAXY (NJ)
0:0 REAL SOUNDERS (NJ)

1776
0:0 NJ CRUSH FC TSUNAMI 01 NPL (NJ)
1:1 PLAYERS DEVELOPMENT ACADEMY AJAX (NJ)
5:0 PLAYERS DEVELOPMENT ACADEMY AJAX (NJ)
4:0 JERSEY SHORE BOCA JR FC FUSION (NJ)

PL
2:1 NJ WILDCATS AVERBUCH-NPL (NJ)
6:0 JERSEY SHORE BOCA JR FC FUSION (NJ)

PF ECNL
0:2 PLAYERS DEVELOPMENT ACADEMY STORM (NJ)
2:3 MATCH FIT ACADEMY FC ECNL U14 (NJ)
3:1 NJ WILDCATS AVERBUCH-NPL (NJ)
5:0 NJ WILDCATS AVERBUCH-NPL (NJ)
3:1 NJ CRUSH FC TSUNAMI 01 NPL (NJ)

PF NPL
0:3 PDA NORTH NPL DRAGONS (NJ)
2:4 PLAYERS DEVELOPMENT ACADEMY AJAX (NJ)
1.3 MATCH FIT ACADEMY FC NE NPL U14 (NJ)
0:0 SJEB '01G NPL (NJ)
1:0 SJEB '01G NPL (NJ)

LVU
0:6 NJ WILDCATS AVERBUCH-NPL (NJ)
1:2 NEW JERSEY RUSH 01 GIRLS BLUE (NJ)
1:2 NJ WILDCATS GALAXY (NJ)
3:0 SJEB '01G NPL (NJ)
4:1 PDA SHORE FUSION (NJ)
7:1 FC COPA ACADEMY G01 NPL LIMA (NJ)
2:0 REAL SOUNDERS (NJ)
3:1 REAL SOUNDERS (NJ)

PAC
3:0 PLAYERS DEVELOPMENT ACADEMY AJAX (NJ)
2:0 REAL SOUNDERS (NJ)

Anonymous said...

So?

Anonymous said...

So what? 10:16 wanted to see it

Top PA teams vs NJ teams

W-T-L
0-0-1 PLAYERS DEVELOPMENT ACADEMY STORM (NJ)
0-0-1 MATCH FIT ACADEMY FC ECNL U14 (NJ)
0-0-1 PDA NORTH NPL DRAGONS (NJ)
0-0-1 MATCH FIT ACADEMY FC NE NPL U14 (NJ)
0-0-1 NEW JERSEY RUSH 01 GIRLS BLUE (NJ)
0-0-2 NJ WILDCATS GALAXY (NJ)
3-0-1 NJ WILDCATS AVERBUCH-NPL (NJ)
3-1-0 REAL SOUNDERS (NJ)
2-1-0 PLAYERS DEVELOPMENT ACADEMY AJAX (NJ)
2-0-0 JERSEY SHORE BOCA JR FC FUSION (NJ)
2-1-0 SJEB '01G NPL (NJ)
1-1-0 NJ CRUSH FC TSUNAMI 01 NPL (NJ)
1-0-0 PDA SHORE FUSION (NJ)
1-0-0 FC COPA ACADEMY G01 NPL LIMA (NJ)

Anonymous said...

NJ parents don't like facts, they like trash talk...and squeaky obnoxious mom voices

Anonymous said...

You did't beat any of the top teams. Unlike PA, NJ has bought off almost completely with the ECNL/NPL concept which are the stronger teams. PA talent is more dispersed. That is what the above shows.

Anonymous said...

Yeah and..and...our best players were injured or at a birthday party...

Anonymous said...

My daughter plays for an NPL team now. Is ECNL existing? Will NPL become second tier? If NPL will become third tier, where should I have my daughter tryout?

Anonymous said...

For comparison purposes:

Harrisburg to MDU (Bowie) - 2 hours
Harrisburg to FCV (Chantilly) - 2 hours

Much shorter from York to MDU, or Gettysburg to FCV.

Potential future, Harrisburg to Frederick - 1.5 hours.

Anonymous said...

9:05 Are you seriously stating that NPL is top tier? All you bought into is that if you spend enough money you'll be able to say your daughter's almost on an ECNL team (year after year). I can't believe there is not more outrage over how ECNL clubs consistently fail to reward from within their own ranks and bring girls up. Instead they just bring in the best talent from other teams. Keep thinking that NPL is second tier, that comes from looking down while running the race and never see who's ahead of you (look mommy, I finished in second place).

Anonymous said...

Like I said. It works in NJ. I don't see that in PA. And if you believe what is reported on this site, this year MF brought up 8-9 players from NPL to ECNL and PDA brought upwards to 5-6.

Sounds like the "I hate everything ECNL" guy.

Anonymous said...

And their NPL teams are amongst the best of the non ECNL teams in NJ. Top 5 or at least top 10. Sounds like it works to me.

Anonymous said...

10:09 sounds like the Donald Trump of the U14 blog. Just keep saying something and eventually he hopes people believe it's true.

Anonymous said...

Agree PDA/Match do have a talented pool from there NPL teams and girls do get brought up more occasionally to get seen unlike PA ECNL teams where girls on there NPL teams have a small % to make there top team and are overlooked.

Anonymous said...

The only way PA NPL girls have a chance to make ECNL is if PF girls go to CFC or Bucks. There is no PF NPL that is ever getting promoted to ECNL. Most of the time they get dropped down to a 3rd tier team because new girls push current ECNL girls down to NPL.

PA ECNL is what all the NJ people say it is. PF knows they are the best and recruit the best talent. Some parents of the better girls do not want to join the machine so they stay on the local teams. Which is probably a good move for them and their child.

Anonymous said...

Being "Top 10" in a state is no longer something to brag about.

Anonymous said...
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Anonymous said...

So why don't you just admit it, you love your ECNL more than the other one. Its pretty obvious, just admit it, you will feel better, and its the first step toward recovery.

ECNL Intervention New on A&E!

“My Dad used to be cool, but now all he cares about is my stupid sister, hate her.”
—A real NPL player....

Anonymous said...

Question for the group:

Are there any benefits to scrimmaging a boys team, does it help the girls in any way??

Thanks.


Anonymous said...

no

Anonymous said...

If the team is older, there could be injury concerns in 'competitive' play.
So long as it's the same club, it can work well.

Anonymous said...

Not for the boys.

Anonymous said...

12:32 Never in the history of this blog has someone been more wrong. The top 3 NE NPL would win 95 out of 100 games vs EDP. What games have you been watching? Obviously you're wishful thinking has nothing at all to do with reality.

Anonymous said...

Now the same NJ teams vs PA teams
W-T-L
3-0-0 PLAYERS DEVELOPMENT ACADEMY STORM (NJ)
3-0-0 MATCH FIT ACADEMY FC ECNL U14 (NJ)
3-0-0 PDA NORTH NPL DRAGONS (NJ)
3-0-0 MATCH FIT ACADEMY FC NE NPL U14 (NJ)
3-0-0 NEW JERSEY RUSH 01 GIRLS BLUE (NJ)
2-0-0 NJ WILDCATS GALAXY (NJ)
4-0-3 NJ WILDCATS AVERBUCH-NPL (NJ)
3-1-2 JERSEY SHORE BOCA JR FC FUSION (NJ)
3-2-2 SJEB '01G NPL (NJ)
2-1-1 PDA SHORE FUSION (NJ)
1-1-1 NJ CRUSH FC TSUNAMI 01 NPL (NJ)
0-1-1 FC COPA ACADEMY G01 NPL LIMA (NJ)
0-1-2 PLAYERS DEVELOPMENT ACADEMY AJAX (NJ)
0-1-5 REAL SOUNDERS (NJ)

Anonymous said...

NE-NPL is the weakest league of all the NPL Leagues this year at U14.
MF NPL is a shell of their team last year and Dragons have fallen off considerably.
Clearly Ajax is the class of that league and their performance at Bethesda last time outside of their league says it all.

Anonymous said...

11:34 How do you know this? Dragons have have played 1 pre-fall tournament and MF NPL also played 1 pre-fall tournament and 1 fall tournament. So these 3-6 games is enough body of work for you to make these claims? Ajax is currently in first and has the inside track. So you are an NPL parent from one of these teams I guess, since that's the only way you could have seen all 3, If this is true then I will believe your post - if you are an outsider what do you base your comments on? Beating Ajax?

Anonymous said...

Agree Ajax is now currently in 1st place as you say so they are top team in NE-NPL.
If you look at Ajax recent results at Bethesda when they stepped out of their league in Flight 1 then you have answered your own question.

Anonymous said...

It stands to reason that if MF and PDA NPL lost many players to ECNL then they may have gotten weaker. It all depends on who replaced the players that moved up.

Anonymous said...

They were replaced by much weaker players than the players who moved up to ECNL Teams.

Anonymous said...

The problems with the NE NPL teams at this age have nothing to do with PDA and MFA who are 1,2,3 in the standings. The top two square off this weekend. 40 years from now some parents will be in a home and still talking about how good the kids were at 11 and 12. Nothing wrong with that I guess.

Anonymous said...

10:42 Good spin.

Anonymous said...

Are you saying these players have hit their prime at u14? 10:42 it sounds like you speak from the inside has anything else changed or just player movement?

Anonymous said...

#7 PENN FUSION SA '01G NPL
3:4 YARDLEY MAKEFIELD SOCCER BANSHEES (PAE)
1:0 YARDLEY MAKEFIELD SOCCER BANSHEES (PAE)
0:0 SJEB '01G NPL (NJ)
1:0 SJEB '01G NPL (NJ)
1:0 LDC UNITED ATTACK (PAE)
1:1 HMMS EAGLE FC 01 SPIRIT (PAE)

#8 CONTINENTAL FC NPL '01F
1:2 NJCSA ELITE-MANALAPAN (NJ)
0:2 JERSEY SHORE BOCA JR FC FUSION (NJ)
1:2 HFC READY '01 (PAE)
4:3 PIPELINE BLACK (MD)

#12 FC BUCKS NORTH SHOCKERS NPL
1:1 WARRINGTON FC BOMBERS (PAE)
1:1 WARRINGTON FC BOMBERS (PAE)
0:1 LDC UNITED ATTACK (PAE)


So vs the below team the weak NE NPLPA teams played 13 games of which 12 were decided by 1 goal and the other by 2. Weak you say.

PAGS
1. LDC UNITED ATTACK (PAE)
4. YARDLEY MAKEFIELD SOCCER BANSHEES
5. HMMS EAGLE FC 01 SPIRIT
7. WARRINGTON FC Bombers

EDP
4. D1 North NJCSA ELITE
6. D1 Central SJEB '01G NPL
3. D1 South HFC READY '01
7. D1 South PIPELINE BLACK
8. D1 South JERSEY SHORE BOCA JR FC FUSION

Anonymous said...


EDP vs Ne NPL # 7 & 8 teams
W L T GD
3 2 1 +2

PAGS vs Ne NPL # 7 & 12 teams
W L T GD
2 2 3 +0

Anonymous said...

1:10 - Just because the games were close it doesn't mean anything more then the teams were evenly matched. Weak team vs weak team will result in a close game.

Anonymous said...

Look at college's of the MF and PDA NPL seniors and you'll understand why it's the best place to be. Best club, best coaches, best players and best colleges. And you always have a chance to move up to the top club.

Anonymous said...

The way that I read the above stats is that "town teams" hold their own against large clubs that recruit on a regional basis.

Anonymous said...

You can also play ten in the box and always play close

Anonymous said...

2:21 So the #1 & #4 PAGS teams (LDC & YMS), the NJ NCS Champion (NJCSA they have a boys DA) and 2 RCL teams (YMS & HMMS) are town teams? What does that say about the USYSA NCS and RCL?

5:06 maybe or maybe not

1:24 maybe or maybe not

Anonymous said...

Ten (more like 8.5-9) in the box is much worse defensively if th players dont know what they are doing

Gotta coach em up in that system, as much as any other.

Anonymous said...

As "town team" has been defined on this blog, YMS and HMMS are town team programs. YMS represents the municipalities comprising the Pennsbury School District. HMMS represents the municipalities comprising the Cumberland Valley School District. Although non-profit rather than municipal or governmental programs, the fundamental purpose of each club is to provide youth soccer opportunities within their respective municipal geographic areas.

Perhaps we need a definition of "town team" that we can all agree on considering its frequency of use.

Anonymous said...

Town teams don't play in regional leagues no travel to high event tournaments.
YMS & HMMS have desires to play in National League.

Anonymous said...

I know it bothers you that B teams are not as bad as you make them. Just don't understand the hang up some of you have with North East NPL why attack a league? The winner goes to a National Event were other strong teams go, NEFC, NJ Wildcats, STA and FCV Elite to name the local teams. If the league is bad the teams would be over their head. The PDA Dragons were the only local team besides NEFC to make the Semi-Finals, so I think they showed the league has quality teams. These were the only teams to play Nationally besides FC Frederick. PDA Ajax is the only team that got beat down and yet somehow they represent the league - this is the same team we have called .500 even though they had a high GS total thanks to EDP, they stopped playing in EDP and their GS points went out the window how fast we all forget that or we just have some new posters or some families that have hurt feelings

Anonymous said...

7:06 That is a perfect description of a town team. Most town teams are composed of kids from their own school district, with maybe a couple kids from outside of it.

Anonymous said...

2015-2016 - NCS
Eastern Pennsylvania Youth Soccer

Youth Soccer Rankings USA Score
34.94 Penn Legacy 01 Black F14
34.10 Lehigh Valley United FC 01 Elite
34.03 PA Classics Academy 01
34.00 1776 United FC 2001 Xtreme

33.30 Yardley Makefield Soccer YMS Banshees
33.20 Penn United Force FC '01 Girls
33.02 HMMS-Eagle FC '01 SPIRIT

32.92 Hulmeville SC Dynamo
32.75 Ukrainian Nationals Blasters Black
32.60 LDC United Attack
32.48 Harleysville Soccer Association Ready '01
32.24 FC Revolution Force

31.82 South Central PA Soccer Academy Lady Lions 01
31.38 PA Rush Rush '01
31.24 Hershey SC 01 Elite Hurricanes

30.91 Vincent United FC Vengeance
29.91 Super Nova FC 01/02G
------------------------------------------
How the 2015-2016 - NCS New Jersey Youth Soccer played out
Youth Soccer Rankings USA Score (Placement)

34.66 NJ WILDCATS AVERBUCH-NPL

33.42 NEW JERSEY RUSH 01 GIRLS BLUE (QTR Finals)
33.14 NJ CRUSH FC TSUNAMI 01 NPL
33.08 STA MORRIS UNITED NPL 01

32.98 NJ WILDCATS GALAXY (QTR Finals)
32.72 NJCSA ELITE (Champion)
32.68 REAL NJSC SOUNDERS (Semi-Finals)
32.28 THISTLE COMETS (QTR Finals)
32.25 SJEB '01G NPL (Sem-Finals)
32.15 GPSNJ FLASH U14G ELITE (Runner Up)

31.58 HADDONFIELD SC LIGHTNING (QTR Finals)
31.51 SDFC SAMBA
31.35 MOUNT LAUREL UNITED FURY
31.07 FC COPA ACADEMY G01 NPL LIMA

30.04 FREEHOLD SL FREEDOM

29.83 MEDFORD STRIKERS SOUL
29.80 WESTFIELD SA FC PREMIER COLOCCINI

Anonymous said...

NYCSL NY CUP 2016 Round of 16

33.85 Atletico Girls '01

32.75 New York SC New York SC G01
32.38 Massapequa Lil' Rowdies
32.35 Manhattan G'01 Pride
32.26 HBC Sparks

31.93 LaGrange Rage
31.93 Quickstrike QSFC Elite 02's
31.90 Ramapo Valley Tornados '02
31.85 SUSA Alliance G01
31.83 SABA Brooklyn City
31.54 Hauppauge Hot Shotz
31.38 New Hyde Park Lady Jaguars

30.73 New Rochelle RT Premier
30.42 Levittown Supersonics

29.83 FC Westchester FCWE 02 White
29.63 Asphalt Grn Arsenal

Anonymous said...

Nobody is knocking NE NPL

Just laughing at the yahoo that says it is head and shoulders above the other NPL in the area.

Anonymous said...

8:37 - "Most town teams are composed of kids from their own school district, with maybe a couple kids from outside of it." That definition of town team would apply to HMMS.

Anonymous said...

10:33 So why would a town team want to play nationally? That's the prize for playing RCL? Town team parents don't want to travel more than 45 minutes let alone across the country to spend thousands. Come on man

10:27 this is to support that yahoo only scores over 33 don't have the time to look up anymore

PAGS
34.03 PENNSYLVANIA CLASSICS ACADEMY (PAE)
33.30 YARDLEY MAKEFIELD SOCCER BANSHEES (PAE)
33.20 PENN UNITED FORCE FC (PAE) [197]
33.02 HMMS EAGLE FC SPIRIT (PAE)

EDP South
34.94 PENN LEGACY FC BLACK (PAE)
34.00 UNITED FC 1776 XTREME (PAE)
33.19 CALVERT SA CESC ELITE CREW (MD)

NorthEast NPL
34.48 PLAYERS DEVELOPMENT ACADEMY SOUTH NPL (NJ)
33.68 PLAYERS DEVELOPMENT ACADEMY NORTH NPL (NJ)
33.67 MATCH FIT ACADEMY NPL (NJ)

EDP North
34.66 NJ WILDCATS AVERBUCH NPL (NJ)
33.02 SOUTH CENTRAL PREMIER SPIRIT (CT)

EDP Central
34.10 LEHIGH VALLEY UNITED FC (PAE)
33.42 NEW JERSEY RUSH BLUE (NJ)

VA NPL
33.61 FC VIRGINIA UNITED ELITE (VA)
33.06 VIRGINIA RUSH VAR ELITE (VA)

NYCSL NPL
33.14 NJ CRUSH FC TSUNAMI NPL (NJ)
33.08 MORRIS UNITED SA STA NPL (NJ)

CCL
33.66 FC FREDERICK (MD)

EDP NPL
34.66 NJ WILDCATS AVERBUCH NPL (NJ)
34.10 LEHIGH VALLEY UNITED FC (PAE)

Anonymous said...

The knock on NE NPL has always been that it is top heavy

Your numbers mean squat.

Anonymous said...

I am also not sure the current Match Fit NPL team lives up to tnat number listed

Anonymous said...

Little League baseball teams are the true definition of town teams (i.e. players restricted to residents of a defined geographic area) and their ultimate goal is to play nationally and internationally. Just because a club or team is compromised of players from a specific town, school district, or place doesn't mean it should not seek to play at the level of its ability, even if that means competing regionally or nationally. It says something when teams with a local focus can compete at the same level as those that recruit on a state-wide or regional basis.

Anonymous said...

10.59 I love how silly you are and because I'm really bored here you go -still have more leagues to do get some CT, MA, RCL, NL & ECNL. Let's see you got pissed off when you saw the PA NPL teams holding their own vs other A teams so you went 'town team" on us. You didn't like that I gave you just the top teams, so what I did for you and all the other posters is took the top 8 teams in each league (because EDP only has 8) this makes sure we compare apples to apples. This is going to [piss you off even more and bring a smile to the yahoos face. What's next?

33.07 North East Girls NPL
33.04 EDP South
32.93 EDP Central
32.89 Philadelphia Area Girls Soccer
32.55 EDP NPL
32.52 Champions Club League
32.41 NYCSL NPL
32.02 VA NPL
31.90 EDP North

Anonymous said...

let me guess the source? anyway i used youth soccer rankings - it's the best out there to do this type of compare

Anonymous said...

Gotta chase those GS points..... chase, chase, chase!

Anonymous said...

Numbers dude needs a check up from the neck up

Anonymous said...

Some shocks on this list, I'm sure some teams thought they were in leagues that were stronger than others. You can clearly see a Pyramid.

35.18 ECNL Northeast Conference

34.68 National League Blue
34.44 National League Red
34.21 ECNL Mid-Atlantic Conference

33.88 RCL Elite Blue
33.26 New England Girls NPL
33.07 North East Girls NPL
33.04 EDP South

32.93 EDP Central
32.89 Philadelphia Area Girls Soccer
32.88 RCL Elite Red
32.55 EDP NPL
32.52 Champions Club League
32.405 NYCSL NPL
32.02 VA NPL

31.90 EDP North

Anonymous said...

Below are your adjusted totals for Spring. As some teams left EDP for RCL and EDP also had pro/rel.

32.85 EDP Central Spring
32.78 EDP North Spring
32.22 EDP South Spring

Anonymous said...

yeah...

nobody f-ing cares, freak

Anonymous said...

I care tough guy

Anonymous said...

How else can we make arbitrary posts that send us that much closer to 5000?

Anonymous said...

Its post like 9:46 and 10:09 that make this blog so special. Where else can you get such precise analytics and intuitive analysis of those analytics by the next blogger.
Its not a waste of blog space when it makes you laugh.

Anonymous said...

11:07 right on

Anonymous said...

17th Annual FC DELCO Players Cup
5/27/2016-5/30/2016

New York East
Albertson Lightning
Albertson SC Fury '01 ECNL
Albertson SC Fury 01 NPL
Albertson Soccer Club FURY WEST
Capital United SC Blue Force
FC Westchester Elite 02 Navy
FC Westchester / Quickstrike NPL 02
ISA 01 NPL
LaGrange Soccer Club Rage
Levittown Soccer Club Supersonics
Massapequa Soccer Club NPL Lil' Rowdies
NHP Wildcats Lady Jaguars
Ramapo Valley SC Tornados '02
SUSA FC Long Island Alliance g01
SUSA FC Long Island G01-02 Blue
SUSA FC Long Island United G01
Quickstrike FC Elite 02'

Pennsylvania West
AFFC SWAG
Arsenal
Beadling SC Elite
Beadling SC Premier
Century V 0102 Gold
Penns Forest F.C. Revolution
Victory Express SC Premier
Victory Express SC Platinum

New York West
DMS Soccer GU14 Academy
GPS-NY Lady Knights GU14

Rhode Island
Bayside FC RI Strikers 01/02G-Zimmerman
NEFC Premier South U14 Girls

Maryland
Bethesda SC Force 01
Harford FC United Thunder
Montgomery Soccer Club Blaze White
Pipeline SC Red
Pipeline Soccer Club Black

Virginia
Braddock Road YC 1 Elite
CYA Cougars 01
DC Stoddert Blue Metros 01

Ohio South
BSA Celtic Celtic 01 Girls White
Columbus Crew SC Elite
Total FA TFA Elite 01

Ohio North
Cleveland Futbol Club 01-02 Royal

Connecticut
CFC Arsenal

Pennsylvania East
Continental FC NPL '01F
Fairmount Falcons
HMM Eagle FC 01 SPIRIT
LDC United Attack
LDC United Crew 01-02
Lower Merion SC Herricanes
PA Classics Academy 01
Penn Legacy 01 Black F14
Penn United Force '01
Rage United Soccer Club Comets

Massachusetts
FC Boston Scorpions East GU14 Elite
South Shore Select U14 Elite

Delaware
Kirkwood Academy 01/02

New Jersey
Mount Laurel United Fury
New Jersey Rush 01 Girls Blue
NJ Crush FC Tsunami
NJ Crush FC Tsunami 01 NPL
NJ Wildcats Averbuch-NPL
NJ WILDCATS GALAXY
Wall SC Wave

New Hampshire
Seacoast United Elite -CS- 01/02

Michigan
Waza FC East 02 Black

Anonymous said...

EDP CUP SPRING 2016
5/28/2016-5/30/2016

Massachusetts
Abbey Villa SC Barcelona

Connecticut
Beachside SC CT G2002
FSA FC U14 Girls Elite 01

New Jersey
Denville Premier Soccer Lightning
FC Copa Academy G01 NPL Lima
Hamilton Elite FC Academy Avalanche
Jersey Shore Boca Jr FC Fusion
Mercer FC Spurs
NJCSA Elite Manalapan
SJEB '01G NPL
STA Morris United 01
TSF Academy 01/02G

Pennsylvania West
Hotspurs SC Elite 01/02
Hotspurs SC U14G White
Northern Steel Eclipse

New York East
ISA Atletico 01/02 NPL
Staten Island United Hotshots

Anonymous said...

PDA Girls College Showcase
& Girls U14 Invitational
May 28, 29, 30 - 2016

Teams TBD

Anonymous said...

PDA Girls Showcase and Delco Cup tournaments will be interesting as many of the teams will already have tryouts completed and player rosters picked. Curious how many teams drop out or just bring the newer team in.

Anonymous said...

ECNL seasons last until late May. The Aug-July teams will play out the season, and then start practicing with the BY teams in June. Looking forward to hearing on the blog how our east coast teams do against the big, bad Texas and California teams at the San Diego showcase.

ECNL San Diego | San Diego, CA | Friday, April 1-3

Midwest Conference
Eclipse Select SC
SPORTING Blue Valley

Northeast Conference
Boston Breakers Academy
Match Fit Academy
PDA
Penn Fusion SA

Northwest Conference
Colorado Storm
Crossfire Premier
Crossfire United
De Anza Force
FC Portland
Mustang SC
MVLA
Real Colorado
San Juan SC
Santa Rosa United
Utah Avalanche
Washington Premier

Southeast Conference
Jacksonville FC
West Florida Flames

Southwest Conference
Arsenal FC
Eagles SC
Heat FC
Irvine Strikers FC
Real So Cal
San Diego Surf
SC Del Sol
Sereno Soccer Club
Slammers FC
So Cal Blues SC
West Coast FC

Texas Conference
Challenge SC
Dallas Sting
FC Dallas
Texas Rush
TSC Hurricane

Anonymous said...

So what are the reason to play out in San Diego again at U14?

Anonymous said...

For fun.

Anonymous said...

And sun

Anonymous said...

And to play soccer!!

Anonymous said...

Awesome location against NEW teams but have fun in Richmond playing the same teams for the 6th time 4:24.

Anonymous said...

Is ISA NPL the same as ISA /Atletico NPL?

Anonymous said...

Heh. Folks on this blog love to tell others how to spend their money.

Anonymous said...

You have to play 3 tourneys. Your options are NJ, FL, TX, AZ, and CA. NJ and FL are no brainers, and it's easy to see why MFA and PDA choose San Diego as their 3rd.

Anonymous said...

1 GPS-MA NPL GIRLS 01/02
1 GPS MA METRO NORTH ELITE GIRLS 01/02

2 REGION I GIRLS ODP BLUE
0 MANHATTAN SC G01 PRIDE NPL

2 SUSA FC LONG ISLAND ALLIANCE G01
1 FC WESTCHESTER / QUICKSTRIKE FC ELITE NPL 02

Anonymous said...

0 AZTEC SOCCER GIRLS 01 NPL
2 CFC NORTH WOLVES U14G

1 YANKEE UNITED F.C.
1 ISA ATLETICO 01/02 NPL

Anonymous said...

2:58 those are not tryouts. They are birth year ID camps and coaches will not be contacting players.

Anonymous said...


0 Beadling FC Elite
3 Penn Legacy

5 Penn Legacy
0 Ukrainians Blasters Black

Anonymous said...

9:51 Don't be naive.

Anonymous said...

FC Boston ECNL 5
FC Bucks ECNL 0

East Meadow ECNL 6
Conneticut FC ECNL 1

Anonymous said...

Good to see FC Bucks is off to another sterling start to their season.

Anonymous said...

On the other hand East Meadow looks ready to go for the season. Looking forward to the EM FCV matchup at Jeff Cup.

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