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(Via U.S. Soccer) – This weekend brings the second major event of the 2017-18 Development Academy season: the Boys’ East Regional Showcase in Advance, North Carolina from Oct. 27 to 29. Here are five things you need to know about the upcoming gathering of 34 clubs from the nation’s highest level of youth soccer.

WHAT IS THE SHOWCASE?

Development Academy showcase events bring together clubs from all over the country to compete in a series of highly-competitive, hand-picked games. The Fall Showcases are the first events for players in the Academy pathway, catering to the U-13 and U-14 age groups. Showcase events are also held in the Winter, Spring and Summer, but the Fall events are the only ones that put younger age groups solely in the spotlight.

Three showcases serve the three regional conferences: Central, East and West. The Central Showcase ran last weekend, Oct. 20 to 22, in Frisco, Texas while the West wraps things up Nov. 3 to 5 in Oceanside, Calif.

WHO PLAYS IN IT?

Forty-four clubs from four of the five East Conference Academy divisions – Metro (New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania), Northeast (New York, New Hampshire, Connecticut, Massachusetts), North Atlantic (Virginia, Pennsylvania, D.C., Maryland) and South Atlantic (Georgia, North Carolina) – will compete at the Regional Showcase. Over 1,700 players will descend upon Advance, while nearly 175 coaches will guide them through their three games in the only Academy event squarely focused on younger players.

Six clubs affiliated with MLS sides will attend the East Regional Showcase: New York Red Bulls, Philadelphia Union, New England Revolution, New York City FC, D.C. United and Atlanta United FC.

HOW DOES IT WORK?

Teams will play three games during the Showcase: two mini games and one full-length game. The mini-games consist of 25-minute halves while U-13 full-length games are 70 minutes and U-14 full-length games are 80 minutes.

Games begin at 12:00 p.m. ET on Friday, Oct. 27 and the final round of games kick off at 11:00 a.m. ET on Sunday, Oct. 29.

Games at Showcase events are hand-picked by Academy technical staff to ensure the most competitive match-ups. The mini-games provide a variety of competition, allowing for player rotation and a unique opportunity to evaluate players in a condensed game format. All games will be played at BB&T Soccer Park in Advance, N.C. which is about a two-hour drive west from Cary’s WakeMed Soccer Park, home of the NWSL’s N.C. Courage and the NASL’s North Carolina FC.

EARLY TALENT IDENTIFICATION

Academy Showcase events have become a haven for scouts, from U.S. Soccer as well as from the professional and collegiate ranks. Ninety-two percent of Men’s Youth National Team players during the 2016-17 cycle came from Development Academy clubs. Every game at the Showcase will be scouted by Development Academy Technical Advisors and U.S. Soccer scouts.

Eighteen of the twenty-one players from the U.S. Under-17 National Team’s FIFA U-17 World Cup roster come from Development Academy clubs. The U-17s wrapped up an impressive run in India last week, recording notable wins against host India (3-0) and Ghana (1-0) in the group stage and Paraguay (5-0) in the Round of 16, before falling to England (4-1) in the quarterfinals. Many of the players were identified through Academy events like the Regional Showcases.

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Go SUSA!!!!!

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Dumb ass.

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Non MLS academies got spank . BWG and MO 2005. I wonder how expensive is this .

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How SUSA doing?

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Susa is not there dumb ass

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Susa is not there dumb ass


lol

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Non MLS academies got spank . BWG and MO 2005. I wonder how expensive is this .



met oval lost three games

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Larry Miller #695322 10/31/17 10:10 PM
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It’s fair to say SUSA would have dominated the field if they combined NPL and Elite teams for a Super SUSA team in 04 age group.

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And the 05 NPL team is future top 10 team in country

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Originally Posted by Larry Miller
(Via U.S. Soccer) – This weekend brings the second major event of the 2017-18 Development Academy season: the Boys’ East Regional Showcase in Advance, North Carolina from Oct. 27 to 29. Here are five things you need to know about the upcoming gathering of 34 clubs from the nation’s highest level of youth soccer.

WHAT IS THE SHOWCASE?

Development Academy showcase events bring together clubs from all over the country to compete in a series of highly-competitive, hand-picked games. The Fall Showcases are the first events for players in the Academy pathway, catering to the U-13 and U-14 age groups. Showcase events are also held in the Winter, Spring and Summer, but the Fall events are the only ones that put younger age groups solely in the spotlight.

Three showcases serve the three regional conferences: Central, East and West. The Central Showcase ran last weekend, Oct. 20 to 22, in Frisco, Texas while the West wraps things up Nov. 3 to 5 in Oceanside, Calif.

WHO PLAYS IN IT?

Forty-four clubs from four of the five East Conference Academy divisions – Metro (New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania), Northeast (New York, New Hampshire, Connecticut, Massachusetts), North Atlantic (Virginia, Pennsylvania, D.C., Maryland) and South Atlantic (Georgia, North Carolina) – will compete at the Regional Showcase. Over 1,700 players will descend upon Advance, while nearly 175 coaches will guide them through their three games in the only Academy event squarely focused on younger players.

Six clubs affiliated with MLS sides will attend the East Regional Showcase: New York Red Bulls, Philadelphia Union, New England Revolution, New York City FC, D.C. United and Atlanta United FC.

HOW DOES IT WORK?

Teams will play three games during the Showcase: two mini games and one full-length game. The mini-games consist of 25-minute halves while U-13 full-length games are 70 minutes and U-14 full-length games are 80 minutes.

Games begin at 12:00 p.m. ET on Friday, Oct. 27 and the final round of games kick off at 11:00 a.m. ET on Sunday, Oct. 29.

Games at Showcase events are hand-picked by Academy technical staff to ensure the most competitive match-ups. The mini-games provide a variety of competition, allowing for player rotation and a unique opportunity to evaluate players in a condensed game format. All games will be played at BB&T Soccer Park in Advance, N.C. which is about a two-hour drive west from Cary’s WakeMed Soccer Park, home of the NWSL’s N.C. Courage and the NASL’s North Carolina FC.

EARLY TALENT IDENTIFICATION

Academy Showcase events have become a haven for scouts, from U.S. Soccer as well as from the professional and collegiate ranks. Ninety-two percent of Men’s Youth National Team players during the 2016-17 cycle came from Development Academy clubs. Every game at the Showcase will be scouted by Development Academy Technical Advisors and U.S. Soccer scouts.

Eighteen of the twenty-one players from the U.S. Under-17 National Team’s FIFA U-17 World Cup roster come from Development Academy clubs. The U-17s wrapped up an impressive run in India last week, recording notable wins against host India (3-0) and Ghana (1-0) in the group stage and Paraguay (5-0) in the Round of 16, before falling to England (4-1) in the quarterfinals. Many of the players were identified through Academy events like the Regional Showcases.


Really? Like SUSA not top 34 clubs in the country?

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And the 05 NPL team is future top 10 team in country


Just plain ignorant. First of all nobody takes got soccer points seriously. Second you guys just started going off Long Island last year to play. You havent even been tested. Their are teams around this country that are truly amazing and would crush you 25-0 (im not kidding). Your barely top 10 on LI, if at all. Most would say your not in the top 10 but i’ll give you the benefit of the doubt. But as you start playing around thr country i think you will be humbled. Gotta start raking in state cups first then maybe we will take notice.

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development academy s$$$$howca$$$$$e

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Originally Posted by Larry Miller
(Via U.S. Soccer) – This weekend brings the second major event of the 2017-18 Development Academy season: the Boys’ East Regional Showcase in Advance, North Carolina from Oct. 27 to 29. Here are five things you need to know about the upcoming gathering of 34 clubs from the nation’s highest level of youth soccer.

WHAT IS THE SHOWCASE?

Development Academy showcase events bring together clubs from all over the country to compete in a series of highly-competitive, hand-picked games. The Fall Showcases are the first events for players in the Academy pathway, catering to the U-13 and U-14 age groups. Showcase events are also held in the Winter, Spring and Summer, but the Fall events
are the only ones that put younger age groups solely in the spotlight.

Three showcases serve the three regional conferences: Central, East and West. The Central Showcase ran last weekend, Oct. 20 to 22, in Frisco, Texas while the West wraps things up Nov. 3 to 5 in Oceanside, Calif.

WHO PLAYS IN IT?

Forty-four clubs from four of the five East Conference Academy divisions – Metro (New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania), Northeast (New York, New Hampshire, Connecticut, Massachusetts), North Atlantic (Virginia, Pennsylvania, D.C., Maryland) and South Atlantic (Georgia, North Carolina) – will compete at the Regional Showcase. Over 1,700 players will descend upon Advance, while nearly 175 coaches will guide them through their three games in the only Academy event squarely focused on younger players.

Six clubs affiliated with MLS sides will attend the East Regional Showcase: New York Red Bulls, Philadelphia Union, New England Revolution, New York City FC, D.C. United and Atlanta United FC.

HOW DOES IT WORK?

Teams will play three games during the Showcase: two mini games and one full-length game. The mini-games consist of 25-minute halves while U-13 full-length games are 70 minutes and U-14 full-length games are 80 minutes.

Games begin at 12:00 p.m. ET on Friday, Oct. 27 and the final round of games kick off at 11:00 a.m. ET on Sunday, Oct. 29.

Games at Showcase events are hand-picked by Academy technical staff to ensure the most competitive match-ups. The mini-games provide a variety of competition, allowing for player rotation and a unique opportunity to evaluate players in a condensed game format. All games will be played at BB&T Soccer Park in Advance, N.C. which is about a two-hour drive west from Cary’s WakeMed Soccer Park, home of the NWSL’s N.C. Courage and the NASL’s North Carolina FC.

EARLY TALENT IDENTIFICATION

Academy Showcase events have become a haven for scouts, from U.S. Soccer as well as from the professional and collegiate ranks. Ninety-two percent of Men’s Youth National Team players during the 2016-17 cycle came from Development Academy clubs. Every game at the Showcase will be scouted by Development Academy Technical Advisors and U.S. Soccer scouts.

Eighteen of the twenty-one players from the U.S. Under-17 National Team’s FIFA U-17 World Cup roster come from Development Academy clubs. The U-17s wrapped up an impressive run in India last week, recording notable wins against host India (3-0) and Ghana (1-0) in the group stage and Paraguay (5-0) in the Round of 16, before falling to England (4-1) in the quarterfinals. Many of the players were identified through Academy events like the Regional Showcases.


Really? Like SUSA not top 34 clubs in the country?


Susa is not ready for that rodeo, trust me

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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Originally Posted by Larry Miller
(Via U.S. Soccer) – This weekend brings the second major event of the 2017-18 Development Academy season: the Boys’ East Regional Showcase in Advance, North Carolina from Oct. 27 to 29. Here are five things you need to know about the upcoming gathering of 34 clubs from the nation’s highest level of youth soccer.

WHAT IS THE SHOWCASE?

Development Academy showcase events bring together clubs from all over the country to compete in a series of highly-competitive, hand-picked games. The Fall Showcases are the first events for players in the Academy pathway, catering to the U-13 and U-14 age groups. Showcase events are also held in the Winter, Spring and Summer, but the Fall events
are the only ones that put younger age groups solely in the spotlight.

Three showcases serve the three regional conferences: Central, East and West. The Central Showcase ran last weekend, Oct. 20 to 22, in Frisco, Texas while the West wraps things up Nov. 3 to 5 in Oceanside, Calif.

WHO PLAYS IN IT?

Forty-four clubs from four of the five East Conference Academy divisions – Metro (New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania), Northeast (New York, New Hampshire, Connecticut, Massachusetts), North Atlantic (Virginia, Pennsylvania, D.C., Maryland) and South Atlantic (Georgia, North Carolina) – will compete at the Regional Showcase. Over 1,700 players will descend upon Advance, while nearly 175 coaches will guide them through their three games in the only Academy event squarely focused on younger players.

Six clubs affiliated with MLS sides will attend the East Regional Showcase: New York Red Bulls, Philadelphia Union, New England Revolution, New York City FC, D.C. United and Atlanta United FC.

HOW DOES IT WORK?

Teams will play three games during the Showcase: two mini games and one full-length game. The mini-games consist of 25-minute halves while U-13 full-length games are 70 minutes and U-14 full-length games are 80 minutes.

Games begin at 12:00 p.m. ET on Friday, Oct. 27 and the final round of games kick off at 11:00 a.m. ET on Sunday, Oct. 29.

Games at Showcase events are hand-picked by Academy technical staff to ensure the most competitive match-ups. The mini-games provide a variety of competition, allowing for player rotation and a unique opportunity to evaluate players in a condensed game format. All games will be played at BB&T Soccer Park in Advance, N.C. which is about a two-hour drive west from Cary’s WakeMed Soccer Park, home of the NWSL’s N.C. Courage and the NASL’s North Carolina FC.

EARLY TALENT IDENTIFICATION

Academy Showcase events have become a haven for scouts, from U.S. Soccer as well as from the professional and collegiate ranks. Ninety-two percent of Men’s Youth National Team players during the 2016-17 cycle came from Development Academy clubs. Every game at the Showcase will be scouted by Development Academy Technical Advisors and U.S. Soccer scouts.

Eighteen of the twenty-one players from the U.S. Under-17 National Team’s FIFA U-17 World Cup roster come from Development Academy clubs. The U-17s wrapped up an impressive run in India last week, recording notable wins against host India (3-0) and Ghana (1-0) in the group stage and Paraguay (5-0) in the Round of 16, before falling to England (4-1) in the quarterfinals. Many of the players were identified through Academy events like the Regional Showcases.


Really? Like SUSA not top 34 clubs in the country?


Susa is not ready for that rodeo, trust me



Trust you? WTF are you?

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Who are you? Your team hasnt won anything of note and hasnt traveled much at all. Tell me why youll be able to hang with the best teams in the country? Its great to be proud of your club but dont be delusional, there is work to be done.

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Agreed there is work to be done but don’t disregard the progress we have made to be a top team in North East.

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Agreed there is work to be done but don’t disregard the progress we have made to be a top team in North East.


No Susa hatred from me. I think they will have a bunch of good teams. But as they get better so does everyone else.

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Pease leave "SUSA" off this string. The Development Academy is another level up and we all know it. The negative referenced comments towards SUSA is from the same unhappy parent on the 04' string. Just trying to stir the pot once again.

Congrats to all the boys who had a chance to represent. Excellent accomplishment!

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