Thursday, May 19, 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...

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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Anonymous said...

Elite Clubs National League
-----------------------------------------
U14 Northeast Conference Metro Division
2.18 (11) Match Fit Academy ECNL U14
1.82 (11) PDA ECNL U14
1.64 (11) Penn Fusion SA ECNL U14
0.73 (11) World Class FC ECNL U14
0.27 (11) FC Bucks ECNL U14 0.27
0.00 (11) Continental FC Delco ECNL U14

U14 Northeast Conference New England Division
2.27 (11) East Meadow Soccer Club ECNL U14
1.92 (12) FC Boston Scorpions ECNL U14
1.64 (10) FC Stars of Massachusetts ECNL U14
1.64 (11) Albertson Fury ECNL U14
1.40 (10) FSA FC ECNL U14
1.00 (9) Connecticut FC ECNL U14

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

Sun, March 6, 2016
Penn Fusion SA ECNL U14
FC Boston Scorpions ECNL U14
----------------------------------------
U14 Mid-Atlantic Conference Chesapeake Division
2.82 FC Virginia ECNL U14
2.27 CASL ECNL U14
1.18 Charlotte Soccer Academy ECNL U14
0.75 Richmond United ECNL U14
0.55 McLean Youth Soccer ECNL U14
0.09 NC Fusion ECNL U14

U14 Mid-Atlantic Conference Ohio Valley Division
2.55 Premier ECNL U14
1.83 Bethesda SC ECNL U14
1.67 Maryland United FC ECNL U14
1.45 Internationals SC ECNL U14
1.00 Indiana Fire Juniors ECNL U14
0.73 Ohio Elite Soccer Academy ECNL U14

Sun, March 6, 2016
Maryland United FC ECNL U14
CASL ECNL U14

Anonymous said...

US Youth Soccer National League
-----------------------------------------
# if a team opts out of the earned slot or if a team earns a second guaranteed
slot then the slot becomes an OPEN category slot

U14 Teams that qualify for U16 (2001s) in the Fall
First Place Team--Blue Division
Second Place Team--Blue Division
Third Place Team--Blue Division
Fourth Place Team--Blue Division

First Place Team--Red Division
Second Place Team--Red Division
Third Place Team--Red Division
Fourth Place Team--Red Division


U14 red
8 South Shore Select Elite
8 Legends FC 01
6 Tennessee SC 20
5 PSG MI Gators 02 Orange
4 TFA Elite 01
4 Empire United SA Rochester
4 LA Galaxy South Bay Elite
3 TFCA 01 Alliance

U14 Red
12 Cincinnati United Premier Gold 01/02
10 Greater Binghamton United FC
7 Michigan Jaguars 02 Green
5 Fullerton Rangers 01 White
4 Scottsdale 02 Blackhawks
3 United FA 02 Premier
3 02 Louisiana Fire Red
1 Century V 01/02 Gold

-----------------------------------------
# if a team opts out of the earned slot or if a team earns a second guaranteed
slot then the slot becomes an OPEN category slot

U13 Teams that qualify for U15 (2002s) in the Fall
Region I Champions League Division I Champion
Region I Champions League Division I Playoff Runner-up
Region I CUP Representative to 2016 Nationals
Region I OPEN At-Large Selection

Anonymous said...

NJ looks in great shape to have possibly 2 teams in the National League 2002 age group. We all talk NJ Wildcats, STA, NJ Crush, MF & PDA but it's NJ Rush Grey (NPL & NL opportunities), NJ Rush Blue & SDFC plus the PA town team HMMS. So your 02s should keep an eye on this situation as well. I'm sure SDFC and NJ Rush were not on the radar but they should be now.

2016 REGION I CHAMPIONS LEAGUE

Girls U13 Elite Red
0 (0) DMS SOCCER DMS GU13 ACADEMY
0 (0) EUSA EMPIRE UNITED ROCHESTER GU13 02/03
0 (0) KINGS FC 02/03 PREMIER
0 (0) LEVITTOWN WILDCATS
0 (0) NORDIC SC NORDIC 13 PREMIER GIRLS
0 (0) RHINOS ELITE SC 02/03
0 (0) SOUTH SHORE SELECT U13 ELITE

Girls U13 Elite Blue
4 (2) BEADLING 02-03
3 (1) NORTH UNITED FC RUSH
3 (1) NORTHERN STEEL STORM
3 (2) WNY FLASH ACADEMY GIRLS 02/03
1 (1) EUSA EMPIRE UNITED BUFFALO BLUE
1 (3) ARSENAL 2XTREME
1 (2) GREATER BINGHAMTON UNITED FUTBOL RED '02 SELECT

Girls U13 Elite White
6 (2) SDFC RAGE
6 (3) LOUDOUN SOCCER LOUDOUN 02 G RED
4 (3) NEW JERSEY RUSH 02 GIRLS GREY
1 (1) HERNDON YOUTH SOCCER HURRICANES BLACK
0 (0) CENTURY V PGH FC CENTURY V G02/03 GOLD
0 (0) VINCENT UNITED F.C. INTEGRITY
0 (1) SYA - SOUTHWESTERN YOUTH CARDINALS '02 RED
0 (2) ARUNDEL ASA PUMAS '02

Girls U13 Elite Gray
9 (3) HMMS IMPACT EAGLE FC
6 (2) NEW JERSEY RUSH 02 GIRLS BLUE
4 (2) YARDLEY MAKEFIELD SOCCER TEMPO
1 (3) PWSI COURAGE 02G RED
0 (1) MSC DRAGONS WHITE
0 (1) KIRKWOOD ACADEMY 02/03 GIRLS
0 (2) LEE MOUNT VERNON SC PATRIOTS RED 02

Anonymous said...

1022 why are you posting u13 info on here. This blog is flooded enough with current u14 info please go back to your small blog of less than 800 post.

Anonymous said...

I just got home from our ECNL practice for Match Fit. This club is a joke.

This is the 3rd week in a row that there was just one coach in attendance for 2 teams over 40 girls, how is this a good training atmosphere? What is my girl learning when they just play and our coach just sits on the sidelines. What a joke!

Anonymous said...

@11:43 - I was at the same practice and you are probably alone in your thoughts...

There was 36 kids there.. they were playing a rotating 11 v. 11 and my daughter got a lot of feedback and played with many good players.

I am not sure what your agenda is, but you would be better off leaving if you don't like it.

Anonymous said...

Thanks coach. I would agree - it is a joke and getting worse. Money grab - but I don't believe it's much better anywhere else.

Anonymous said...

MF #1 place to be! I am cracking up hysterically

Hey Coach, how many games you attending this spring?

Anonymous said...

36 girls and one coach , usually means the coach has to find something for the girls to do, So they scrimmage. Girls have fun and coach can give some feed back. Not the most ideal situation but its what you have to do when you only have one coach/trainer present.


It should not happen often but nothing wrong with an occasional occurrence.


Soccer Nut

Anonymous said...

10:28 You really don't know? The teams in the u13 RCL will be the U15 or 2002 teams in national league - so Very much part of this board pal SDFC and NJ Rush (2 teams) have a shot to play in national league -you see ECNL/NPL are closed leagues -but are not the only options. RCL and national league becoming very much a player in the youth soccer landscape. The u14 division will become the u16 or 2001 division. So since this board is made up of both Why wouldn't it be good for the 02s in PA and NJ to know that u13s can get them a ticket into the national league next year.

MF has an ECNL team like PDA and NPL teams like so many other clubs - they have options for kids -if you are unhappy I agree with 12:38 leave already don't be a cancer

Anonymous said...

5:32 pm

We are leaving, just like many others. To drive up North when all practices were supposed to be down at Raritan is just another lie. To be Cancer, no sorry. I paid over $3000 dollars for a coach and trainer, this is what I expect. Our coach, missed about 8-9 games in Fall (to miss our games to attend NY Giant games, are you kidding me?) and missing this coming weekend as well, plus missing over half our practices. Our practices were combined about 80% of the time. My kid learn absolutely nothing.

5:23 I agree,this can happen once in awhile. To have it happen 80% of the time is just pathetic.

Then we get an email this week stating now there is a chance our team may be heading to Greer SC. Hello stupid, its on the schedule, our team has to go. More money being spent


Match Fit lost 2 coaches already, what is next? Parents are not happy at every age group

Anonymous said...

532 No you don't really know, most of the teams at u13 are made up of 03's and 02's. Sorry buddy but many 03's will not be playing U15 doesn't matter if your talking about RCL league, it's an after thought on here, many parents with kids on this blog on here are headed to HS and game planning for college recruiting so many won't be playing a a fall league. So like I said go back to reality to u13 because your precious RCL teams will be no match to the U14's NEFC, South Shore, and ECNL teams in this world. This blog is filled enough with U14(01/02) info no need to talk about u13 stuff and fill this blog with chest pounding non-sense of u13 whose who.

Anonymous said...

Penn Fusion ECNL 2
FC Boston ECNL 1

Anonymous said...

I thought the penn fusion girls waste their time and money playing odp? Didn't they play in the mighty kick off in nyc this weekend?

Anonymous said...

6:02 - Please go... You think any other club has everyone happy?
Coaches leave as teams get dissolved. That's what happens...
Now you're mocking the wording on an email to the team? Are you that petty?

I am a parent there, and I have NO problem with the changes. So don't include this parent with your generalization about parents. And the majority of the parents I associate with are not even thinking about leaving.

Anonymous said...

You are wrong 7:49, they are leaving MF, many are. And with moving way up north they are definitely losing their footprint in the Shore Area.

Anonymous said...

7:49 pm

Take your North parents and stay, good luck!

Tell me where is the coaching?

Anonymous said...

I have an 02 and daughter will be playing with many of yours next year. When you guys say north, I think of WC. Does anyone know who will be coaching them next year and how the 2002 team will be. I know MF will be close and nothing against this team, just have never heard goods things about the organization.

Anonymous said...

Im glad my daughter scrimmaged today.THEY TRAINED INDOORS All Winter,now its time to get up to game speed.We have two big games next weekend and i think we are ready.I would guess the other coaches had games with the other age groups today.

Anonymous said...

6;30 never said anything about 03s -all i said was the results from the u13 RCL will determine which 2002 teams play in national league.

The 02s from those teams plus the 02s from the below u14 teams will qualify for the national league- no 03s

So yes the current 6th place HMMS EAGLE FC 01 SPIRIT 02s - you know that town team will qualify for the national league if their u13s make the finals and for NJ buds the o2s from SDFC SAMBA from EDP North D2 and their u13 team 02s will also have a shot to qualify for National league if they can make final.

My point is that top 02 kids from other teams that are close by don't need to panic. A PA and NJ town team have a shot so for good 02s it shouldn't be hard to win a spot - these teams won't turn away talent, you can train in your backyard and then have the benefits of a national league - How close is HMMS to LDC, PAC, PL and Penn United? Same for Samba can they actually recruit some players instead of lose players?

Let me repeat the U13 results not teams will determine the 02 national league teams - look into it guys.

Gs 4 life

Anonymous said...

Agree keep this blog related to U14 no need to talk about u13 teams and what the are doing. Plus with the BYC RCL may change once again next year may not have U14-18 next fall due to many girls playing HS.

Now for some real talk I'm interested to see what happens up North Jersey as World Class and MF will be battling for kids. Or maybe announcements of Girls-DA may change things even more. I do like World Class Facilities.

Anonymous said...

GS 4 Life - Explain: Do the current U13 (02/03) RCL results determine the following U14 (03) or U15 (02) National League placement.

Anonymous said...

National League 2015-16 Qualifying Age Groups
U13 late 2002-early 2003 >> U15
U14 late 2001-early 2002 >> U16
U15 late 2000-early 2001 >> U17
U16 late 1999-early 2000 >> U18
U17 late 1998-early 1999 >> U19

Anonymous said...

Since this will be the 02 board

2016-2017 NATIONAL LEAGUE GIRLS | Under-15 (2002s)
# if a team opts out of the earned slot or if a team earns a second guaranteed
slot then the slot becomes an OPEN category slot
Team's Origin Category Competition Results as U-13 in 2015-16

1 Region I # RL 2016 Champions League Division I Champion
2 Region I # RL 2016 Champions League Division I Playoff Runner-up
3 Region I # CUP Regional Cup Representative to 2016 Nationals
4 Region I OPEN At-Large Selection

Anonymous said...

Girls U13 Elite White
9 (3) SDFC RAGE
6 (3) LOUDOUN SOCCER 02 G RED
4 (4) NEW JERSEY RUSH 02 GIRLS GREY
3 (2) SOUTHWESTERN YOUTH CARDINALS '02 RED
1 (2) HERNDON YOUTH SOCCER HURRICANES BLACK
0 (0) CENTURY V PGH FC G02/03 GOLD
0 (0) VINCENT UNITED F.C. INTEGRITY
0 (2) ARUNDEL ASA PUMAS '02

Girls U13 Elite Gray
12 (4) HMMS IMPACT EAGLE FC
6 (3) NEW JERSEY RUSH 02 GIRLS BLUE
4 (3) YARDLEY MAKEFIELD SOCCER TEMPO
3 (3) LEE MOUNT VERNON SC PATRIOTS RED 02
1 (3) PWSI COURAGE 02G RED
0 (1) MSC DRAGONS WHITE
0 (1) KIRKWOOD ACADEMY 02/03 GIRLS


The 02s from these teams still looking good

U13 SDFC RAGE
U14 SDFC SAMBA

U13 HMMS IMPACT EAGLE FC
U14 HMMS EAGLE FC 01 SPIRIT

Anonymous said...

GBUFC's spot will become open as they will qualify via National League.

Girls U14 Elite Blue
12 (4) BRADDOCK ROAD YC 01 ELITE
9 (4) 1776 UNITED FC XTREME
------------------------------
3 (1) HARFORD FC UNITED THUNDER
3 (4) LOUDOUN SOCCER 01 G RED
0 (1) RHINOS ELITE SC 01/02
0 (2) HMMS EAGLE FC 01 SPIRIT
0 (2) PWSI COURAGE 01G RED
CENTURY V 0102 GOLD

Girls U14 Elite Blue
6 (2) PENN LEGACY 01 BLACK F14
3 (1) GREATER BINGHAMTON UNITED FC 01 SELECT
------------------------------
3 (2) BEADLING SC BEADLING ELITE
1 (2) YARDLEY MAKEFIELD SOCCER YMS BANSHEES
1 (3) UKRAINIAN NATIONALS BLASTERS BLACK
EUSA EMPIRE UNITED ROCHESTER GU14 (01/02 )
FC FREDERICK '01
SOUTH SHORE SELECT U14 ELITE

Anonymous said...

yawnnnnnnnnnnn.........

Anonymous said...

I'll say. On that boring note goodnight.

Anonymous said...

808, I would think world class, or match fit would both be good choices. However one is near the bottom of their league the other near the top . What is a better fit for her. You do know how people like to bad mouth your 10 when they are doing well.

Anonymous said...

I hear most of the MF players want to play for PDA.

Anonymous said...

Many people always think the grass is greener.Truth is both top teams have alot of drama,comes with the territory.If you think your kid can just switch teams and keep playing time without earning it,your wrong.These teams are pretty much set until next season.I would look at fc Bucks,CFC or World Class.These teams can use an influx of fresh talent

Anonymous said...

Did HMMS really take down rage that badly? This is the number one team in NJ by a long shot according to GS. HMMS looks like they are on fire and the team to watch.

Anonymous said...

10:04 What are talking about U14 HMMS are not that strong? Comparable to the non-ECNL clubs like PL, PA Classics, and 1776.

Anonymous said...

With the MF move and BYC I think they are in line with players shifting didn't they lose the NT player to PDA this past summer/fall.

Anonymous said...

Yes but will the 02s from those teams play in the national league next year?
The u14 02s will benefit from their younger sisters on the u13 team. Oh how funny will it be if 02 kids left the u14 team for greener pastures at PL, PAC or 1776 and not enjoy the national league next year.

Anonymous said...

Im talking about the u13 team. Most are 2002 and half of this blog. This team would beat most of the current u14 teams.

Anonymous said...

Again most 2002 on this blog are U14's please move back to U13 as this blog is 4700 posts and get's locked at 5K. Please come back Aug 1st to brag. Thank You!

P.S. @ 10:30 Feel free to contact any of the Top 10 U14's to scrimmage then come back and post the result or better yet just ask to play up a year in tournament play. I bet you'll feel differently.

Anonymous said...

Most of the top u13 teams would beat the current u14 teams. My daughter is a 2002 and will be u15 next year. Maybe you should move up a blog.

Anonymous said...

1041 Thanks for the laugh! Agree with 10:36 this is still a 01/02 blog.

Anonymous said...

10:41 - Eat another handful of mushrooms and go back to your video games.

Anonymous said...

It's a u14 blog. Not sure if you heard the news, BYC going into effect. Have fun playing u16 next year.

Anonymous said...

As I do look back and forth I do agree this is still a U14 blog no need to post U13 info plus it seems like U13 blog is finally starting to get action. The BYC will not go into affect until Aug. and you don't see any U14 people posting stuff on the U15 blogs.

Plus what are all going to do when girls DA comes out when DA teams are bi-annual years.

Anonymous said...

"My daughter is a 2002 and will be U15 next year"

Np. She will be a 2002.

Anonymous said...

Jeff cup schedule not currently available...hmmm???

Anonymous said...

I'm okay with u13 people posting if it's relevant to U14 going to u15. Team compares can wait this is still in season 15/16 for current u14s.

I posted the RCL u13 standings because that has a direct impact on next year's national league for u14 2002s and just wanted to bring to the table the criteria used for next season's national league.

GS 4 Life

Anonymous said...

@12:25 - Jeff Cup schedule is posted I guess you may need to contact your coach or team manager because they are behind. Here's the link.

http://events.gotsport.com/events/?eventid=46791

Anonymous said...

It's tough to keep all players and parents happy on their current team no matter where you play. Players have left PDA for match fit and vice versa. As far as the NT player, I think PDA is a better fit for her, and match fit is better without her. No disrespect intended. Very talented player, hard worker can be a little disruptive if the coach doesn't know how to work with her. Looks like match fit is in first place since she left and if it wasn't for her scoring two goals for PDA in their last head to head match fit would have won that one . Looks like a win-win to me

Anonymous said...

Between the age change, the DA being formed, and the decision to move all ECNL/NE NPL to Denville, it's understandable that some parents will be very upset at MFA. I have had kids at a few different clubs and a younger one who will need to make a decision soon. Short term these moves will probably hurt the competitiveness at MFA, but long term this is a more sustainable model. Was forwarded an email from a friend who has a kid there with the coaches for next year. Pretty damn solid group, I know a few, and know of the rest. All clubs have pros and cons.

Anonymous said...

1:03 and 1:33 agree seems spot on. Don't know about the coaches and that's fine as i'm sure that will be released soon.

NJ Rush Blue looks like the NPL team now -EDP NPL site is a mess and trying to go through their main site schedules is even worse, but I'm sure it's a work in progress. Jersey United has 7 games I thought each team would play each team at least once but some only have 6 games vs NPL opponents. Do they count the Fall games as NPL games? Doesn't seem fair to TSF if NJ rush wipes away 9-0 beat down and TSF has to keep theirs, just saying.

Anonymous said...

U14 Northeast Conference of the ECNL was back in action while it looks like Stars and PF management team are still in pre-season form. Starting with the Metro Division - PFthe 3rd team in a3 team race will finish up their MA/CT schedule this week assuming they played and won their Saturday game two winsvs CT next week will keep them very much in the hunt for a return trip to CA in June. Theother 2 teams the leader MF and the number 2 PDA both have walk in the park games on Saturday (sorry WC and Delco) before they have a showdown game on sunday a MF win and they are that much closer to clinching the division while for PDA it's almost a win or go home game. The Northeast looks like EM has the division ifthey don't slip more than the MA teams and Albertson who they play this weekend in the battle for Long Island.

Note Reported: Sat, March 5, 2016
1.75 Penn Fusion SA ECNL U14
1.64 FC Stars of Massachusetts ECNL U14

This week's matchups
Sat, March 12, 2016
2.18 Match Fit Academy ECNL U14
0.73 World Class FC ECNL U14

1.00 Connecticut FC ECNL U14
1.75 Penn Fusion SA ECNL U14

1.40 FSA FC ECNL U14
0.27 FC Bucks ECNL U14

2.27 East Meadow Soccer Club ECNL U14
1.64 Albertson Fury ECNL U14

0.00 Continental FC Delco ECNL U14
1.82 PDA ECNL U14

Sun, March 13, 2016
1.00 Connecticut FC ECNL U14
0.27 FC Bucks ECNL U14

2.18 Match Fit Academy ECNL U14
1.82 PDA ECNL U14

1.40 FSA FC ECNL U14
1.75 Penn Fusion SA ECNL U14

0.00 Continental FC Delco ECNL U14
0.73 World Class FC ECNL U14

Anonymous said...

Looking at the NPL Northeast Girls league next to piss off our I hate the B team league because having a strong B team league is bad for business guy (my wallet) - really why else hate on a league? Sorry. PDA South pretty much has the #1 seed locked up which might not be a good thingfor them since their 2 ties were vs WC and Boston who might be the 4 seed. With WC out of it in the ECNL and Boston that much closer to being eliminated - you might start seeing more ECNL players playing for the NPL team.
MF NPL plays PDA North in a battle for the #2 seed, the loser might be in danger to dropping as far down as 4th other teams in the race forthe 4th spot are EM and PF NPLs.

This week's games:

1.15 Continental FC 01 NPL
2.00 PDA North 01 NPL

0.64 Connecticut FC 01 NPL
1.50 Penn Fusion SA 01 NPL

2.71 PDA South 01 NPL
0.29 Albertson SC 01 NPL

1.00 FSA FC 01 NPL
0.64 FC Bucks 01 NPL

2.15 Match Fit Academy 01 NPL
1.64 World Class FC 01 NPL

1.15 Continental FC 01 NPL
1.64 World Class FC 01 NPL

0.64 Connecticut FC 01 NPL
0.64 FC Bucks 01 NPL

2.71 PDA South 01 NPL
1.50 East Meadow SC 01 NPL

1.00 FSA FC 01 NPL
1.50 Penn Fusion SA 01 NPL

2.15 Match Fit Academy 01 NPL
2.00 PDA North 01 NPL

Anonymous said...

The EDP NPL also has some games this week, but as usual the more you google EDP NPL the more confused you get. I will go with the LVU 4-1 win vs TSF will stand going into their game vs SJEB. I ill alsogowith the 9-0 NJ Wildcat win vs NJ Rush will not stand as it looks like Blue is playing for Denver not Grey. EDP also looks like a 4 team race with Nj Wildcats NPL and NJCSA Elite finishing 1 & 2 in the North and NJ Rush Blue and LVU finishing 1 & 2 in the South

o pts FC COPA ACADEMY G01 NPL LIMA
o pts NEW JERSEY RUSH 01 GIRLS BLUE

o pts SJEB '01G NPL
3 pts LEHIGH VALLEY UNITED LVU 01 GIRLS

Anonymous said...

Where the coaches list for Match fit next year?

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Anonymous said...

I have to be careful how i cover the Region I Champions League (RCL) -since the prize from this league are the spots in the national league in my opinion. And the USYSA has already said the u14 age group will represent the 2001s or u16 next season and the u13 age group will represent the u15 age group or 2002s. it's a tricky thing when we have 2002s playing u14 this year but with BYC their club might go age appropriate and their participation in national league will depend on the u13 team. Since it is a u14 board i will only cover the u14 age group sorry to the 02s as this may mean nothing to you. Basically, the top 2 teams in each division Red or Blue get bids to the national league and with South Shore and GBU most likely locking up spots via their participation in national league this year their RCL spots will become OPEN.

PTS (GP)

9 (4) 1776 UNITED FC XTREME
0 (1) RHINOS ELITE SC 01/02

0 (2) HMMS EAGLE FC 01 SPIRIT
0 (2) PWSI COURAGE 01G RED

3 (1) HARFORD FC UNITED THUNDER
0 (0) CENTURY V 0102 GOLD

6 (2) PENN LEGACY 01 BLACK F14
1 (2)YARDLEY MAKEFIELD SOCCER YMS BANSHEES

3 (1) HARFORD FC UNITED THUNDER
0 (1) RHINOS ELITE SC 01/02

0 (2) PWSI COURAGE 01G RED
0 (0) CENTURY V 0102 GOLD

1 (2) YARDLEY MAKEFIELD SOCCER YMS BANSHEES
3 (2) BEADLING SC BEADLING ELITE

3 (1) GREATER BINGHAMTON UNITED FC 01 SELECT
0 (0) EUSA EMPIRE UNITED ROCHESTER GU14 (01/02 )

0 (0) FC FREDERICK '01
6 (2) PENN LEGACY 01 BLACK F14

Anonymous said...

i believe the coach gets a check for every team they coach.


Lots of of incentive to spread themselves thin.




Anonymous said...

Its all about the check.

Lets coach 6 teams and make X amount.

who cares about practice, just cancel them. People will stay because we are Match Fit.

Who care about games, I can miss any game I want!

Just pay me!

Match Fit Model

This is why my kids attending STA session, World Class, PDA and will attend Crush. Not staying at Match fit

Anonymous said...

If 1776 qualifies they would need to play as a u16 team...they're not going to birth year and will continue to have 01's and 02's.

Anonymous said...

How can any coach have more than 2 teams? Doesn't make any sense.

Anonymous said...

5:51 they are an average team now - they are going to get waxed if they make national league

Anonymous said...

4:58

You forgot the CURRENT ECNL/NPL U14 Match Fit coach

Anonymous said...

4:36

Thanks for the reminder that NPL National Championship (Colorado) teams may very well be facing ECNL players this summer.

I guess the organization is OK with it.

Anonymous said...

7:20pm this coach leaving program

Anonymous said...

ok.... thanks

Anonymous said...

ECNL Players in NorthEast Girls NPL Playoffs. An ECNL player must participate in 25% of a NE Girls NPL regular season competitions to be eligible to play in the NE Girls NPL Playoffs. Specifically: U13 & U14 = 6 games.

Why wouldn't organization be okay with it? They are giving minutes to ECNL players replacing the lower half of NPL team -comes with the territory when part of an ECNL club -it's all about the impact and core players roster depth will become practice players.

Anonymous said...

PS. There were ECNL teams at last year's NPL finals and the Northwest Champions League NPL has 3 ECNL teams in the playoffs this year plus.

Per NPL league press releases - Qualified teams (ECNL teams also)
U-14 Girls: FC Virginia
U-14 Girls: De Anza Force ECNL

Plus already clinched but no league press release yet
u14 Girls: Omaha Elite Girls Academy MAROON 01/02
u14 Girls: Arizona Arsenal U14 Girls
U14 Girls: United Futbol Academy 02G Premier

Anonymous said...

6:57 There are currently three PA teams planning on staying together as 01's and 02's next year. Are there any NJ, NY teams even thinking of going that route?

Anonymous said...

Why would they. Makes no sense.

Anonymous said...

10:16 - Not very strong clubs I guess? The New Jersey top Clubs all have many teams at each age group.

Anonymous said...

PA going their own way - what a surprise

Anonymous said...

1776, Penn United and FC Revolution, will find it extremely difficult to have success against true 01 teams. It may simply be an issue of not being able to field teams if they go by birth year.

Anonymous said...

1776 doesn't have the numbers, in both teams and girls, to field teams at all birth years. There currently is no U13 team. They have U14, U15 and I think an older team...maybe U18. They could definitely have a 2001 team from their U14 and U15 teams but they don't have the numbers to have a 2002 team.

Anonymous said...

Wasn't Nether tied to CFC Delco - I guess they thought it was best to build a premier brand called 1776 and keep the money instead of doing what's right for the kids? The Xtreme and possibly the u15 teams could have easily become the NPL teams and maybe even an ECNL team. This is why you pick a strong club for your kid regardless of the Ws the parents want. The BYC will not disrupt life at a strong club besides shaking up the teams and moving players around.
You want clubs that can offer a pyramid for the kids teams that play in

JAGS
EDP
NPL
ECNL

or

EDP
RCL
NL

this way as the kids grow and develop they can move up a level or move down a level based on what they can handle - but of course then you have the parents that must be on an A team calling this a money grab - the only money grab is a coach keeping impact players back to play for them by not telling them to move to the next level so they can push themselves to the edge without going over

Anonymous said...

8:02 The last paragraph of your post just described what has happened at FC Revolution over the last couple years.
Penn United players and parents do love their coach, so maybe they see it a different way.

Anonymous said...

How can you say if team's like 1776 stay together and play U16 they will not compete. Maybe they wont compete at the highest level of competition but I'm sure they may be able to handle there own at flight 2 at many tournaments.

Got a remember many girls enter HS this fall and if a team is full of Freshman's come next year they are already competing against older girls. So in my opinion it balances out eventually come U17/18. AS 802 states there is a level of play for anyone.

Anonymous said...

9:42 are you really going to compare playing against girls at the HS level, to playing against girls at the premier level? Penn United and 1176 are already mediocre non ecnl teams, so what are they going to be now? FC Revolution scored a whole six goals in PAGS last year, how do you think they will do? Oh well, at least the girls are playing a higher level of soccer than if they just play HS. Even the biggest Rec club in PA, Penn Legacy is going to observe the BYC.
These clubs refusing to change are simply letting the tail wag the dog and would rather recoup the dollars than see a possible departure of them.

Anonymous said...

9:42 I agree there is a level of play for everyone. If they stay together and if they advance to national league U16 They will need to travel 3 times to play top clubs that have huge player pools and a huge brand to attract players. I'm okay with the family vacations and stuff -but to think they will be able to stay in most games is just straight up crazy talk. They call it "National League" not HS soccer. Just don't wreck your vacation and the other family vacations by expecting results and then complain about throwing away money and traveling to the west coast or down south. Enjoy the ride where ever it takes you. The top players on these teams had better options but their parents made their beds. I hope it still works out.

Anonymous said...

When do you think we will see the Team list for the 2016 PDA Spring Kickoff?

I am very curious to see what type of turnout they had after they took away all the GotSoccer points from the 2015 event and Teams now know there are no points for playing in this event.

Anonymous said...

I personally am glad PDA is the 1st to do this with GS points, I hear a few more are going to follow especially if the club is tied to Girls DA.

I also think the turnout will be strong knowing that GS points will be irrelevant come the new BYC anyway. Plus you join the PDA tournament for competition and to achieve a status to get accepted at U15-U18 PDA showcases the following years it will mean much more for college recruitment.

Anonymous said...

Continental wanted Nether to bring the entire Xtreme team to Continental at U13 and make up th majority of the pre-ECNL team. But the coach didn't want to do that and many of the parents were concerned about the travel involved with ECNL.

Anonymous said...

It's a choice Nether made and it has worked out pretty well for them the past few years. Look at all the $'s they saved on travel without losing ground on team development.

Anonymous said...

10:51 do you really believe that?

Then explain the below? What exactly did you hear? I think there was more to the 2015 event being stripped from GS by PDA than what you heard.

Do you think that being accepted tothe Showcase means you play ECNL teams? That's an ECNL event that will be held up North with all the college coaches.

https://events.gotsport.com/forms/app/Default.aspx?EventID=51128

PDA Spring Kickoff
Zarephath and Westampton, NJ

Groups
B/G U13-U15


11:00 that's what I would have expected and Delco would be similar to PF in level of play
so they will travel even more now. PAW, MD, VA & NYW to qualify for National League.

Girls teams kick off year-long NL competition
Dec. in Wilson, N.C. and Rocky Mount, N.C.
Dec/Jan Orlando, FL
March Los vegas, NV

keepin mind this doesn't cover Region1Chamoionshipsor USYSA Championships

Seems like a lot more travel then ECNL - but the coach got to keep the team together and they saved all that money to spend it now. Genius move by nether lol

Anonymous said...

11:21 yes but the National League is the future along with Regional leagues and USYSA Regionals and Nationals.this is the last year for ECNL so why move and break up strong team?

Anonymous said...

11:32 you know best - what was your role, since you are defending this so much?

CFC DELCO ECNL
5:00 overnight - FC Stars & Boston
3:30 Overnight - FSA & CFC
2:30 Overnight - Albertson & East Meadow
2:00 World Class
1:15 PDA
1:50 MF

16:00 hrs drive time to play 9 games out of PA
3 overnight stays

---------------------------------------
1776

2:30 BRYC
2:45 Loudon
4:45 Century

10:00 hours drive time to play 3 games out of PA
not counting Divisional playoff for RCL

1;10 MAPS
2;10 Bethesda
2:15 Discovery

plus 5:30 hours to play in 3 tournaments with overnight stays

Brings us to 16 hrs vs 15:30 hrs and 3 overnight stays each.

then we get to EDP.

Save time on travel you say?




Anonymous said...

1132 Why are you saying this is the last year for ECNL? - it will be a direct competitor to the USYSA Regional Leagues with identical travel and Identification processes for ID events which are free I remind you. I think it's having two strong leagues under GDA is for the best, as many players due to living distance did not have the opportunity to play at an ECNL Club so now maybe a USYSA Regional team that plays Regionally locally is closer and just as equal. More options the better so players from everywhere in the country are found.

The Level of play will be:

1.Girls-DA
2.ECNL or USYSA Regional(Both will be driven by player locality)
3.NPL NE,NY or EDP(Top brackets)
4.JAGS/PAGS/EDP(Mid level brackets)

Anonymous said...

The 1776 coach is one of the best in PA, IMHO. PF and Continental would take him in a heartbeat. His players and parents are loyal. I don't believe he's ever lost a player to an ECNL team.

1776 was supposed to be a high level alternative to the ECNL teams. The re-branding from Nether to 1776 was done to attract multi-sport athletes from around the county to a high level soccer team that did not demand so much of their time as ECNL does.

But two things worked against them. One is their model only works as long as there is good non-ECNL competition. As teams like PL, the Ukrainians, HMMS and LVU lose their top players to PF, CFC, and Bucks, PAGS was no longer a viable option for them. I'm not sure what kind of competition they're facing now, but if they could scrimmage the likes of PF every other week they'd jump all over it.

The other thing that worked against them was Nether stopped developing strong teams to feed into 1776. The best Nether U13s play up on the U14 team, and others dispersed to ECNL clubs. The best U12s moved away leaving one top player behind. The U10 team just defected en mass for PF. So now the 1776 U14s and U15s find themselves with no other teams with which to consolidate due the birth year change.

The image of PA on this board is that teams don't consolidate and the town team model is still a viable option, but I don't think this is true. Town teams are dead or dying in PA. Back when the current U14s were U9s and U10s, teams such as Brandywine Youth Club, Nether, Rose Tree, and Lower Merion were all strong Delco teams. But now all those top players are at PF (formerly West Chester) and 1776. Out west LDC and CASA players drifter to HMMS and PL. And up north Deep Run players went to LVU. The consolidation occurred, it just happened a long time ago. I blame programs like Union Jrs that place all these top players together for training. It's only natural that the parents become friendly and the next thing you know players are guesting and then switching clubs together. With these "special training" sessions occurring at younger and younger ages, the consolidation is also happening early.

-PA Guy

Anonymous said...

ODP and Philly Union Summer Select also contributed to the consolidation of talent. But, it really does benefit the serious athlete to play with like-minded kids. The overall practice sessions are higher paced.
It's just a double-edged sword.

Anonymous said...

Agreed, 12:16. The first few times watching your kid play with other high level players is very much an "ah-ha" moment for parents. "So this is what real training and competition looks like". Why not have that sort of training all the time?

Anonymous said...

12:21 All of what you are saying is true. Except that some of the blame has to fall on the movement of coaches also. A coach has the right to move onto a club which may be a better fit for his or her skills, and also offers to pay them what their worth.
There will always be movement when players start reaching the 11v11 years. The big field is often the separator of players with skill+speed and the 8v8 star that just has the big leg or is simply fast. Parents start to realize whats out there.
I too think the 1776 coach is excellent (as is the PU coach), but they will be hard pressed to compete with good teams next year.

Anonymous said...

Thanks PU parent...

Anonymous said...

Yes but if those girls are multisport athletes than why not stay together and play at U16, like the 12pm states there are levels of play doesn't necessarily need to play the best teams just same competition correct?

Not every parent on here are thinking there daughter is a national player or D1 player, many at this age conceded to reality and just want a good batch of players on one team/club to play for.

Anonymous said...

I'm not sure anyone is saying that they shouldn't keep the team "as is". The previous posts simply explained how they found themselves in this situation. Keeping the 2002s and 2001s together is one way to address the situation in which they find themselves. Probably the best way, actually. We'll see how it affects their performance against age pure 2001 teams next season. It's impossible to guess how they'll fare without knowing who their competition will be.

Anonymous said...

I thought I heard 1776 top players at PF ID events? Maybe losing players?

Anonymous said...

1776 goalie was

Anonymous said...

2:01, dude, are you even aware that you are a stalker?

Anonymous said...

So were PL players, I think PF has already reached out to offer roster spots to few from the ID events.

Anonymous said...

Nah..... the coach keeps all his kids

heh

- as if that were a good thing

Anonymous said...
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Anonymous said...

Seriously, dude. 2:01 was just answering 1:50's question. Settle down.

Anonymous said...

Clubs will not be allowed to be both ECNL and DA Clubs. They will have to choose and that will be the end of ECNL. The Federation is not going to allow that as that will dilute the DA. They want DA to be THE ONLY option for the players they are interested in putting in that top pool.
Everything else will be a step below DA.

Anonymous said...

3:10 read your post again to see how stupid it is.

You want us to believe the DA won't allow clubs to have ECNL teams because it will "dilute" the DA but clubs will allowed to have RCL and National league teams because that won't "dilute" the DA? So I guess PAGS, JAGS & EDP are the real winners here? Back to the local town league teams and let's not forget all the state associations can't run ODP any more.


You are getting confused - gone are the days of guesting - players can only play DA all other players can play anything their parents want to pay for.

Anonymous said...

310 Please provide us your inside info on your statement. To what I've seen there is still a Super Y league for boys and all the other leagues like NPL/EDP for boys as well. So Boys DA did not cause a shutdown on those leagues. Again U.S. Federation is just added another layer on top of all the leagues most likely will move away from Training Centers and other Identification methods like ID2, ODP etc to find national level players or professional league players for NWSL.

Anonymous said...

DA teams will have B teams. Whether they are called ECNL, NPL, or whatever is beside the point.

Anonymous said...

It is the ECNL format that will be eliminated. All power will be centralized in the Federation and removed from certain clubs as is the case with ECNL. That has been their goal with these changes all along.

Anonymous said...

A hypothetical for the Brofessors: If PL U14 wins RCL and earns a U16 NL berth for the upcoming U16 (2001) season, but the team breaks-up as may be the case based on confirmed sightings of PL players out and about at other clubs, does that leave the PL Club with a NL berth for which it needs to build a team, and consequently a carrot to attract and assemble stray talent that may be looking for a place to standout?

Anonymous said...

That wouldn't just be the case with PL, wouldn't that be a possibility with any team? 1776, Ukrainians or any team that participates in State Cup also?

Anonymous said...

Why is all discussion on this blog about PA? Where are all the NJ and NY parents, did they move to another secret blog that openly excludes PA topics? We can only hope, but it's unlikely.

Anonymous said...

2:01 is wrong.
Current goalie is a multi-sport local kid not going anywhere.
2:01 might be referring to the goalie that was cut this season.
You know, the one that makes Region 1 ODP teams (wink, wink, nudge, nudge), say no more!

Anonymous said...

NJ was yesterday, PA today and its all NY tomorrow. ECNL only on Sunday between 3 pm and 7 pm.

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Anonymous said...

6:50

The New Jersey teams have been ripped to shreds here - and simply dont care to respond

I applaud this.

Anonymous said...

The goalie got cut and went to PF .

Anonymous said...

6:03 - Your answer can be found on the USYSA website as follows:

Teams applying for the 2016-17 National League season must have competed in the 2015-16 US Youth Soccer National Championship Series competition and must have on their 2016-17 team roster no fewer than nine US Youth Soccer registered players that were on that team’s 2015-16 roster or from within a 2015-16 team roster from within their club. The National League application period opens around June 8 and closes on July 7.

Moral of the story, keep the team together.

Anonymous said...

11:07 - Add a dog and a truck to your comment and you have a country music song.

Anonymous said...

11:29 Then in one year play it backwards. She'll be back

Anonymous said...

Lets see how serious all this stuff is...what's the over and under on DA taking over and ECNL becoming worthless?
ECNL is and will remain the best college connection...period.

Anonymous said...

DA and ECNL will co-exist.

Anonymous said...

Pda accepted list is out. I would think more local teams would do this and save some money on hotels and travel instead of delco. Pda also accepts more teams next year in showcase when it really matters if they have been loyal in the past.

Anonymous said...

Please 10:30 give it a rest. PDA has no loyalty to other NJ Teams and the ones who apply can be sure to be buried in flights lower than they deserve.

Anonymous said...

1101 Agree the PDA showcases do not reflect on you team's abilities and loyalty at the younger ages (U8-U14). If a stronger team especially ECNL teams join the showcases (U15-U18) lower level teams get bumped or get pushed to lower brackets. No high level showcase tournaments at the older ages have loyalty or they will lose college coach attendance knowing they are not seeing quality games on potential recruits.

Anonymous said...

FC Copa Lima playing in Flight 10 at Jeff Cup. I mean how can these parents pay for this? Recreation level soccer for $1,000 weekend. Of all the U14 clubs that have any aspiration - Lima is the worst and a roster of 20 to boot! There some families and girls who left good solid teams at good clubs for that bill of goods. They have barely won a darn game since!!!

Anonymous said...

There are no teams getting bumped or being seeded in lover flights

1st this is an ECNL event. So the top 10 flights of 40 teams are reserved for ECNL teams only sometimes part of league games. The other flights are for Non-ECNL teams sorry if your feelings get hurt. Same at Disney Showcase top flights are for National league teams.

My best guess at PDA flights

F1
NEFC GU14 Elite (MA)
PDA Storm ECNL (NJ)
PDA South Ajax NPL (NJ)
PDA North Dragons NPL (NJ)
Lehigh Valley United 01 Girls (PAE)
Match Fit Academy U14G NE NPL (NJ)
STA Morris United NPL 01 (NJ)
FC Bucks ECNL ESPRIT (PA)

F2
NEFC Premier North GU14 (MA)
NEFC Girls U14 Premier South (MA)
Yankee United FC U14 (CT)
TSF Academy 01/02G (NJ)
Scorpions S- U14 NPL (MA)
FC Stars Central United Girls 01/02 (MA)
Massapequa Soccer Club Lil' Rowdies - NPL (NYE)
PDA Shore US Club Fusion (NJ)

F3
Capital United Premier Soccer Blue Force (NYE)
Syracuse Development Academy U14 Girls (NYE)
Mercer FC Spurs (NJ)
FC Stars NH United 01/02 (NH)
FSA FC U14 Girls NPL (CT)
WORLD CLASS FC NJ '01 (NJ)
Connecticut FC U14 Arsenal (CT)
FC Copa Academy U14 G01 NPL Lima (NJ)

F4
NJ Elite Fusion (NJ)
Beadling Soccer Red (PAW)
NJ Rush Soccer Club '01 Girls Grey NPL (NJ)
Albertson Fury - NPL 01 (NYE)
Black Watch Premier - Hamilton (NYE)
Delaware Union Orange '01 (DE)
Lehigh Valley United 01 Gold Girls (PAE)
Next Level Soccer Academy Fusion (NJ)

Anonymous said...


10:30 with no Got Soccer points at ast year's event one would have expected
many NJ teams to go chase points at another event.

NJ Top 10 GotSoccer Teams
NJCSA ELITE-MANALAPAN
NJ WILDCATS GALAXY
SJEB '01G NPL
NEW JERSEY RUSH 01 GIRLS BLUE NPL
NJ WILDCATS AVERBUCH-NPL
REAL NJSC SOUNDERS
*** STA MORRIS UNITED NPL 01
GPS NJ CENTRAL U14G
NJ CRUSH FC TSUNAMI 01 NPL
*** TSF ACADEMY 01/02G

Anonymous said...

Non of those teams are F1 or F2 teams.

Anonymous said...

Wow that is a mighty weak U14 list. Where are the ECNL teams, no FC VA, no Tophat, no FL teams?

Anonymous said...

12:47 Because if you paid attention to ECNL model at U14 required to attend at least 1 of the ECNL showcases an many those teams like FC VA have chosen the showcase in Greer, SC in May. PDA's tournament is not an ECNL showcase for U14 but it is at U15-U18. Since ECNL clubs are required to attend 3 ECNL showcases at the older age you will more talented teams at U15-U18 showcase, so the loyalty comments are bogus.

Anonymous said...

teams should stop traveling and spending at this point, everything changes two months later.

Anonymous said...

They will be at PDA Showcase.

Anonymous said...

12:58 you must be a real joy on the sideline when your team is down a goal or two. If 18 players are at a tryout, do you take her to the next one where there's less girls.

Anonymous said...

Ok only fair for NJ to have its day on here today

Bernie Sanders

Anonymous said...

Great to see Massapequa taking their shot in PDA tournament

New World Class New Jersey squad as well

Anonymous said...

Tell us why it's good to see Massapequa play at PDA? Are you trying to date one of LI mom's, if so, why?

Anonymous said...

Solid team. Play nice tactical soccer. Tradition rich area.

The "next level" teams work just as hard, should be given a shout once in a while.

Anonymous said...

Oh my God, tactical soccer, really? They play 10 damn players behind the ball all the time! They never score more than 1 goal because they play 10 damn players behind the ball all the time! When they do score its because a defender falls down, or the GK was chasing butterflies. They are next level though, 1 level down.

Anonymous said...

Date one of the LI Mom's?? Maybe if we could peel the make up off to make sure its a woman.

Anonymous said...

I'd like to thank NJ for really stepping up today and providing some really informative and interesting posts. Great stuff.

Anonymous said...

PDA Flight 1 not close to Flight 1 comp at FC Delco.
That is why top NJ Teams not going this year.

Anonymous said...

12:30 none of the nj teams not attending PDA would be F1 or F2? Please Wildcats are Flight 1 in a much stronger field at Jefferson Cup that also includes PDA Storm ECNL.

Anonymous said...

U14 ECNL teams are in the PDA Memorial Day Tourney, not kickoff. That obviously turns off other top teams.

Anonymous said...

6:20 let's compare apples to apples Delco players Cup vs PDA Showcase both Memorial Day weekend totals.

April PDA kickoff is just that start of the Spring Season along with Jefferson. Just looking at some of the teams the top 2 flights will solid

1. NEFC Elite - 2015 NPL Champion & 2015 National Cup Champion
2. PDA Storm Northeast ECNL #3
3. STA - 2015 NYCSL NPL Champion
4. PDA Dragons - 2015 NorthEast NPL Champion & 2015 NPL Final 4
5. PDA South Ajax NorthEast NPL #1
6. NEFC North - NEP Premiership North #1
7. TSF Academy 01/02G - EDP North #1
8. Match Fit Academy NE NPL NPL #2
9. LVU -EDP Central #3
10. NEFC South - NEP Premiership Central #3
11. Massapequa NYCSL NPL #4

Anonymous said...

You think PAC, 1776, PL & YMS would play in the final? I don't.

The top flight won't look like the below - but in my opinion that's what it should look like - we'll see in a few days

A
NEFC Elite
PDA Ajax
PDA Dragons
LVU

B
PDA Storm
NEFC North
STA
MF NPL

Anonymous said...

Only Flight 1 teams at PDA tournament are NEFC and PDA Storm. Half of the teams who will be in flight 1 at PDA are 3rd flight or lower at Jefferson cup or any other major tournament.

Anonymous said...

7:35 Haven't you noticed that the PA bloggers have left this blog to NJ all day? Why try to drag us into it now?

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