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05/24/18 02:10 AM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Thanks for info. Atletico 2004 (then U13) went to Colorado last year, so there is some sort of NPL Playoff

This should be documented, but can’t find anything on NYCSL site.

Clubs, teams, and families need to plan accordingly.

Originally Posted by Anonymous
#1 west (White Plains) plays #2 East (likely SUSA or STA , small shot it's Barca) in semifinal on June 9. Winner plays #1 east (Atletico) on June 10. I believe, but am not sure, that the games are at the HBC complex along with the Cup finals and Final 4.

Not sure what the ultimate winner does after that, as I don't think there's an NPL National championship for U13.

No idea if the metro winner will play the NPL winner, but hard to imagine that would be a competitive match.

Its posted...been posted for a long time...


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05/24/18 02:05 AM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Susa had a good amount of kids trying out. This week Alby will host their tryouts and I’m sure there will be a good amount of girls as well. The only problem I see with Alby is that they don’t have a B team and that needs to be addressed. Susa has about 67 teams in this age group and that’s why they are successful. Teams should be able to have movement for underperforming players, just as much as players that are showing improvement.

I love it how EVERYONE is a [****] expert yet they probably never even touched a Soccer field. I find it real pathetic that all these experts think they actually know about Soccer just because they watch YouTube videos or pick up Soccer in their 40’s. Don’t get me started with training, 4,5 trainers and individual training 3,4 different sports, [****] joke.

D3 SUperhero dad to the rescue!!!!
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Tryouts & Practices
05/24/18 01:53 AM
The Kings Park 2007 Girls have open tryouts 5/29 and 5/31 from 6:00 - 7:30PM at Tiffany Field. Currently there is one team in this age group (Sparks) who are looking for a couple players to round out the roster. The Sparks play LIJ Champion Division and NY Club NYPL D3. They also play a few tournaments throughout the year as well as indoor during the winter. The team is professionally trained twice a week.

For more information and/or questions, please do not hesitate to contact Chris at chris@coirolaw.com.

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05/24/18 12:30 AM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Some more interesting information from EDP...a new U16 boys league for next year's 2003 players who don't make a DA club's U17 (2002/2003) DA team, but can still play against DA-level players and can qualify for end of season competition. 18 boys DA clubs from East Region have entered.


That basically replaces NEPAL which following the expansion of DA age groups was down to a single age group (U16).
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05/23/18 11:25 PM
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05/23/18 10:59 PM
Originally Posted by Larry Miller

RICHMOND, VA (Via ECNL) – The Girls Elite Clubs National League is nearing its ninth post season, with final qualification spots on the line for the 2018 Girls ECNL Champions League, North American Cup, and Showcase Cup. Many post-season berths and seeds will be set after this weekend’s Girls ECNL New Jersey National Event, the final Girls ECNL regular season National Event of the 2017-18 season.

New for the 2018-19 season, the Girls ECNL will feature six regular season National Events for U15-U18/19 players, and four Showcase Events for U13-U14 players.

The 2018-19 Girls ECNL National Events, and age groups competing at each, are below:

November 9-11, 2018 | Phoenix, AZ | U15-U18/U19

November 30-December 2, 2018 | Greer, SC | U15-U17

January 11-13, 2019 | Sanford, FL | U16-U18/U19

February 16-18, 2019 | TBD, TX | U15-U17

April 5-7, 2019 | Phoenix, AZ | U15-U17

May 25-27, 2019 | Zarephath, NJ | U15-U17

The U13/U14 Girls ECNL Showcase Events are below:

October 6-8, 2018 | Davis, CA | U13-U14

February 16-18, 2019 | TBD, TX | U13-U14

April 5-7, 2019 | Scottsdale, AZ | U13-U14

May 10-12, 2019 | Greer, SC | U13-U14

Thanks for the info, Larry. Just 2 events for the older kids seems fine. I am sure they will supplement it with something.
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Roll Away The Stone Soccer News
05/23/18 10:25 PM
FRISCO, Texas (Via US Youth Soccer) — US Youth Soccer has announced an additional five conferences in the new US Youth Soccer National Leagues Program, which is set to kick off in the 2018-19 soccer season.

Announced last month, the US Youth Soccer National Leagues Program will feature a network of Conferences (formerly known as Regional Leagues) that are geographically focused, under one leadership and management structure, and linked into the National League and National Championship Series.

The Conferences are now under the management umbrella of the US Youth Soccer National League. League Managers will oversee the day-to-day activities of the Conferences in accordance with National Leagues Policy and the National Leagues Rules and Regulations.

The five conferences are primarily based in US Youth Soccer’s West and Midwest Regions. The conferences include:

US Youth Soccer National League Northwest Conference
US Youth Soccer National League Pacific Conference
US Youth Soccer National League Desert Conference
US Youth Soccer National League Midwest Conference
US Youth Soccer National League Great Lakes Conference

For teams participating in the Conferences (during the 2018-19 soccer season), the long-time linkage with the Regional Championships and the National League will continue. In addition to the traditional team vs. team model of play within each Conference, newly formed club vs. club brackets may be offered and would serve as additional pathways to the National League and Regional Championships.

Specifically, teams playing in the National Tier of the 13U through 19U age groups within the Conferences will continue to have an opportunity to play for a spot in the 2019 US Youth Soccer Regional Championships. 13U through 18U teams playing in the top tiers of each Conference can also earn qualification into the following season’s National League (2019-20 season). Premier I level slots earned under the current (2017-18 season) Regional Leagues system will be honored at the Premier I tier within a team’s respective Conference in 2018-19. The Leagues Program will also be developing a series of US Youth Soccer National Showcase events involving both National League and Conference teams.


Within the West Region, the US Youth Soccer National Leagues Program announced the formation of the following Conferences:

US Youth Soccer National League Northwest Conference
US Youth Soccer National League Desert Conference
US Youth Soccer National League Pacific Conference powered by CRL

The Pacific Conference powered by the California Regional League (CRL) will include teams from the two State Associations within California, Cal South and Cal North. Cal South’s league administrators will serve as the League Manager for the Pacific Conference powered by CRL.

“Cal North is excited to be a part of the new US Youth Soccer National League Pacific Conference powered by CRL,” Cal North Executive Director Matthew Madeira said. “We believe that the standards based approach will be a huge benefit to our teams, players and coaches.”

“The collaboration between the National League Pacific Conference and the California Regional League creates exciting possibilities for athletes, teams and clubs playing in the CRL,” Steve Hoffman, Cal South Director of Coaching and Technical Advisor to the CRL, said. “The Pacific Conference, powered by CRL, is an exciting opportunity for our clubs and athletes to experience a quality playing environment.”

Current US Youth Soccer West Region Operations Coordinator Chris Webb has been appointed to serve as the League Manager of the Northwest Conference and Desert Conference. Webb has over 23 years of soccer experience as a coach or administrator, spending the past two years as the League Administrator for the Desert Premier League of the Far West Regional League. She previously served as Arizona Soccer Association’s Director of Operations and was able to restructure the State Association’s Advanced Leagues, creating a clear pathway between its leagues to State Cup, the regional league (Desert Premier League) and to the National League.

“I’m honored to lead both the National League Desert and Northwest Conferences,” Webb said. “The new league platform is elevating the standards and competitiveness across the US Youth Soccer landscape. I’m looking forward to working with the state association leaders as well as Paul Luchowski and his team of league managers.”


The Midwest Region will see the US Youth Soccer National Leagues Program operate two conferences:

US Youth Soccer National League Midwest Conference
US Youth Soccer National League Great Lakes Conference
The Midwest Conference will feature the western states of the region; while the Great Lakes Conference will include the eastern states of the region along with New York West, Pennsylvania West and West Virginia from the East Region.

The US Youth Soccer National Leagues Program recently hired Marc Frankland to manage the Midwest and Great Lakes Conferences. A former Director of Coaching and coach of teams that have participated in the US Youth Soccer Midwest Regional League and National League, Frankland spent the past five years as the assistant men’s coach at Western Michigan University primarily heading up the school’s recruiting efforts. In addition, Marc has organized and provided event management services for a number of youth soccer tournaments and showcase events for more than 1,200 teams annually.

“Having been involved in the US Youth Soccer Regional and National Leagues for the past 15 years both as a head club coach and as a recruiting college coach, I am excited to oversee the development of our new US Youth Soccer National League Conferences in both the Midwest and Great Lakes Conferences,” Frankland said. “My experience in running large scale youth soccer tournaments for multiple organizations will allow me to combine my event management experience with my soccer coaching background to move these programs into the next level, in order to provide a well-organized and clearly defined pathway for our players and teams.”

The current system of US Youth Soccer Regional Leagues (Eastern Regional League, Midwest Regional League, Southern Regional Premier League and the Far West Regional League) will cease to exist at the conclusion of the 2017-18 soccer season.
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New York Professional Soccer
05/23/18 10:24 PM
What if You Had $340 Million To Spare?

And, probably it just represents a drop in the barrel.

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New York Professional Soccer
05/23/18 10:21 PM
Russian Players Cleared Of Doping Before World Cup

OK, but who's checking the dope testers?

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New York Professional Soccer
05/23/18 10:15 PM
66% Of Nation's Top Clubs Involved In Fixing Matches

Always wondered how it must feel watching a match and knowing its probably fixed. Or worse, playing in the game knowing something is likely going on that isn't on the level.

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New York Professional Soccer
05/23/18 08:50 PM
Bradley Wright-Phillips Named MLS Player Of The Week

New York Red Bulls forward Bradley Wright-Phillips was voted the Major League Soccer Player of the Week by the North American Soccer Reporters (NASR) for the 12th week of the 2018 MLS season.

New York defeated Atlanta United 3-1 at Mercedes-Benz Stadium on Sunday behind a Wright-Phillips brace. The Englishman is now tied for the Golden Boot lead with eight goals scored in 10 matches played, while his five assists tie for fifth in the league. The Red Bulls sit in fourth place in the Eastern Conference with 21 points (7-3-0 overall record).

Wright-Phillips gave New York a 2-1 lead with a sensational header from the center of the box in the 51st minute, redirecting a Michael Murillo cross to the left side of goal past goalkeeper Brad Guzan.

Minutes later, Wright-Phillips struck again with yet another header to give the Red Bulls a 3-1 advantage in the 55th minute. Alejandro Romero Gamarra sent a cross into the center of the box, with Wright-Phillips elevating to head the ball off the crossbar into goal. The multi-goal performance was the second this season for Wright-Phillips and the 20th in his MLS regular season career.

The Red Bulls return to action on Saturday, May 25 to host the Philadelphia Union at Red Bull Arena (7:00 p.m. ET, ESPN+).

The MLS Player of the Week is chosen each week of the regular season by members of the North American Soccer Reporters. The organization includes print, television, radio and online journalists who cover domestic men's soccer in the United States and Canada.
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05/23/18 07:10 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
It’s been awfully quiet since the napping bullfrogs got their van tassel beat down, can’t believe not even a single goal in such an important match. Must have been a rough night for the psycho Dad’s in Lindenhurst, LOL.

No worries. We are heading to Regionals in July regardless of that “important” match and perhaps we will meet again.
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05/23/18 07:08 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Caught the second half of Met Oval against SUSA Elite 02 , Met Oval won 1-0 but was impressed with SUSA . They gave them a fight

Yes then the 01 team played and lost 5-0. Those 02 KK kids shouldn’t be on that team this is at happens when you throw kids in a team just cause they came from KK

the MO 01 won 7-0. but the league doesn't permit over 5-0
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New York Professional Soccer
05/23/18 07:00 PM
Kaku Switched Sides

It was expected, and now its official -- NY Red Bull head coach has yet another international player on his roster who will, from time to time, be missing Red Bull training and games -- MLS, U.S. Open Cup, CONCACAF Champions League friendlies, or what have you.

FIFA has approved New York Red Bulls Young Designated Player Alejandro "Kaku" Romero Gamarra's one-time switch to the Paraguayan National Team. Kaku was named today to Paraguay's camp for an international friendly against Japan on June 12 in Austria.

Kaku, who appeared for his native Argentina as a youth international through the Under-20 World Cup, draws Paraguayan lineage through his parents.

The Red Bulls signed Kaku as a Designated Player in February after completing a transfer from CA Huracan in Argentina. Since arriving, the playmaker has delivered three goals and leads MLS with nine assists in nine games played.

Kaku will depart to join Gustavo Morinigo's squad on Monday, June 4 and return to New York following the match on June 12.
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05/23/18 06:08 PM
It is ridiculous what is happening at this young age. Too many parents are demanding too much. They want wins, they want their kids to only play the scoring positions and they emphasize division level and standings to the detriment of the development of the players.
This age is about development and enjoyment not wins and standings!

This is what creates the atmosphere of players constantly moving to other clubs and teams looking for the holy grail of soccer that is just not there. It could be argued that all this upheaval and movement can be hurting the players because of the lack of stability.
It also increases the vulnerability to the many charlatans and snakeoil salesmen out there promising the best soccer experience and providing the opposite.

It’s been said by good training officials, if your team at this age is undefeated and having one sided games then they are NOT developing because they are incorrectly placed for their skills.

Winning at this age is not important as learning the game and getting better.
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05/23/18 05:59 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Bart Nason is definitely a consultant. He orchestrated their indoor sessions and mini-tournaments that they had in Massapequa over the winter. He also drives coaches around.

Haha Keep up fabricating info. The trainers have vehicles that they drive and have since the fall,
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Tryouts & Practices
05/23/18 05:36 PM
MC Revolution is interested in dedicated soccer players who are looking to take their game to the next level. We have several positions available as we transition to 11v11 next season. The team currently plays LIJ Champion Division, with the intent of playing Premier this upcoming fall. We are professionally trained twice weekly by our USSF and NSCAA licensed trainers, and attends 3-4 tournaments annually, both local and regional. We play and train throughout the winter and participate in winter leagues and indoor tournaments as well.

Tryouts are as follows:
Monday 6/4 - 5:30-6:50 Boyle Rd. Turf Field (288 Boyle Rd. Selden)
Friday 6/8 - 5:15-6:45 Eugene Auer Elementary School (17 Wing St. Lake Grove)

For more information or any questions, please reach out anytime.

Thank you

email: MCRevolution06@gmail.com
cell : 631-241-6496

For more information about tryouts and open practices visit
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Tryouts & Practices
05/23/18 05:30 PM
2003 GIRLS Tryouts tonight in Huntington for the South Huntington Thunder....7pm Breezy Park in Huntington Station...

The 2003 South Huntington Thunder Girls u15 team are hosting open practices all spring long for players who are interested in joining our team in the future. We currently play in Division 1 of NYCSL Premier League and the ENYPL Premier League. We travel to top tournaments out of state throughout the year and participate in year round training.

If you are looking for high level soccer with a true team and family approach to the girls and fans, then come down to a session or contact us to learn more. We are looking for both field players and a backup goaltender.

Open sessions are slated for Wednesday nights 7pm @ Breezy Park in Huntington Station and Fridays at 530pm @ Manor Park in Huntington Station.

Or contact 347-852-3735 for more information or to arrange a private tryout
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Tryouts & Practices
05/23/18 04:05 PM
Levittown Soccer Club B2005 teams are looking to add several hard working and dedicated players for the Fall 2018/Spring 2019 season. We will consider exceptional 2006 players as well. The team is professionally trained twice a week (including the winter). We currently play our league games in LIJSL and expect to compete in the NY Cup in the upcoming season. The team will also play in 3-4 tournaments throughout the year.

Open Practice/Tryouts will be held on

June 5th 6:30-8:00pm and June 6th 6:00-7:30pm

Division Ave HS
120 Division Ave
Levittown, NY 11756

Coach Kris - 516-852-0515 - pjny28@yahoo.com
Coach Frank 516-459-8852 - frank.longobucco@yahoo.com
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Tryouts & Practices
05/23/18 03:48 PM
The East Islip Surge is a Girls 2002 Division 1 LIJSL team that is looking for 2-3 dedicated players to join us for the 2018 Fall / 2019 Spring Seasons. We are a professionally trained team that practices 2 times per week. Currently our practices are on Monday and Wednesdays at Country Village Fields in East Islip from 6:30 - 8:00. If you would are looking for a team please contact either:

Alana - 516-313-3183 / dolfingirl15@yahoo.com
Donny - 631-278-4948 / donnyf22@verizon.net

Our official tryouts are:

Monday June 4th
Wednesday June 6th
Monday June 11th
Wednesday June 13th

Please let us know if you would like to come down to one of our practices or the tryouts.
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Tryouts & Practices
05/23/18 03:02 PM
The North Babylon Pride is a competitive, professionally trained team. We currently play in the NYCSL Gu17-u19 NYPL D2. If you would like to play on a competitive team, come to our open practices from now until the end of June. We currently train on Tuesdays and Fridays at the Marion G Vedder Elementary school located at 794 Deer Park Avenue in North Babylon. We have a wonderful, talented group of girls that you could be a part of! For more information contact through email/text/call, Kathy Sardi, kathleensardi@gmail.com, 631-553-0998.
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05/23/18 01:03 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Multiple? I didn’t see any. And I was there unlike you and your lies. Go away

No Surf girl can start on Susa Blue

Won't Susa blue become Susa EcNL?)
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