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FRISCO, Texas (Via US Youth Soccer) — The US Youth Soccer National League boys teams will resume league play Dec. 28, 29 and 31 at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex in Orlando, Fla., as games are held in conjunction with the Disney Soccer Showcase.

The schedule for Orlando features four of the eight teams per division in the 15U through 19U age groups, meaning 72 boys teams will take the fields to play the next three games of their National League season. No additional games will be added to the National League schedule in Orlando.

Each matchup in Orlando holds great importance in determining which teams will punch their ticket to the 2019 US Youth Soccer National Championships, held July 23-28 in Overland Park, Kan.

Half of the girls teams in the 15U through 19U age groups will compete in their second event of the season Jan. 19-21 at the Premier Sports Campus in Lakewood Ranch, Fla. The National League teams that do not compete in either of the Florida events will continue their season at the Players College Showcase in Las Vegas — with boys games held March 8-10 and girls games played March 15-17.

The National League provides an avenue for teams to play in meaningful matches against top competition from across the country for continued development. In addition to recruiting opportunities, National League teams compete for the National League title and one of four slots from each gender age group to the annual US Youth Soccer National Championships. Teams in the 14U-18U age groups are also competing for a chance to re-qualify for the National League’s 2019-20 season.

The reimagined US Youth Soccer Leagues Program also includes a new multi-state tier with a network of 13 high-level competitive conferences throughout the country. In 2018-19, the conferences will provide opportunities for qualification into the 2019 US Youth Soccer Regional Championships, as well as the 2019-20 National League.

Since its inception, National League teams have captured a combined 56 of 78 possible National Championships. For a list of past National League champions and history, click here.


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Atonal league has been a mess with game cancellations and no make ups. It’s definitely become a money grab. We wasted a lot of money 2 years in a row with this “League”

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In the new National League Conference Schedule. Does anyone know the difference with Club v Club bracket and Premier 1 teams. Both seem to qualify for the same conference playoffs. Is Club supposed to be higher competition?

https://www.edpsoccer.com/page/show...gue-edp-conferences-club-v-club-schedule

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BU17 bracket seems interesting

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In the new National League Conference Schedule. Does anyone know the difference with Club v Club bracket and Premier 1 teams. Both seem to qualify for the same conference playoffs. Is Club supposed to be higher competition?

https://www.edpsoccer.com/page/show...gue-edp-conferences-club-v-club-schedule


Club v Club means that a club will place their top teams in the club v club flight.
So the same clubs will play across all the age grouos (similar to NPL setup in prior years)

Premier 1 each team needs to apply to get in so there will be / should be different teams across all the age groups.

Therefore, it is likely Premier 1 will have the deeper/better flights.

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