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Click here for the National League P.R.O. 2022-2023 Full Team List

The US Youth Soccer National League announced the full list of teams that have earned their place in National League P.R.O. for the 2022-23 season.

National League P.R.O. represents the top level of team-based competition within the USYS National League, and it features play for boys and girls teams in the 14U (2009), 15U (2008), 16U (2007), 17U (2006), 18U (2005) and 19U (2004) age groups. The 2022-23 season includes up to 48 teams per gender age group.

For each gender, National League P.R.O. will qualify 12 teams per age group directly into the 2023 USYS National Championships, where the National League P.R.O. representatives will join the four USYS Regional Champions to compete for the USYS National title.

The 2022-23 season of National League P.R.O. will feature 91 teams that qualified for the 2022 National Championships in the 13U through 18U age groups, including 18 semifinalists, seven finalists and eight champions.

“National League P.R.O. is the top team-based league competition in USYS, and each one of these teams has earned its place in the league,” said Simon Collins, USYS National League Commissioner. “With a focus on the player, recruitment, and opportunities for all participants, we are looking forward to providing a platform for the top teams and players in the country to showcase their abilities while playing in meaningful, exciting games.”

National League P.R.O. will consist of teams from 38 of the 54 USYS State Associations. State Associations with participating teams include: Alaska, Alabama, Arizona, California South, Connecticut, Eastern New York, Eastern Pennsylvania, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Nevada, New Jersey, New York West, North Carolina, North Texas, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania West, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Texas, Tennessee, Utah, Virginia, Washington and Wisconsin.

Teams in National League P.R.O. will be placed in groups of eight. The top two teams in each group will advance to the USYS National Championships, while some additional teams can secure a berth to Nationals in gender age groups with less than 48 teams. Each team will compete in a seven-game season while playing at two P.R.O. events, along with one local match. Click here for more info on National League P.R.O. event dates and locations.

National League P.R.O. | Girls Events
Nov. 4-6, 2022 – Round Rock, Texas (All 14U)
Dec. 8-10, 2022– Orlando, Fla. (All 15U, 19U)
Dec. 10-12, 2022 – Orlando, Fla. (All 16U, 17U, 18U)
Jan. 19-21, 2023 – Mesa, Ariz. (Half 15U-19U)
Feb. 3-5, 2023 – Tampa, Fla. (All 14U)
March 17-19, 2023 – Greensboro, N.C. (Half 15U, 19U)
March 18-20, 2023 – Greensboro, N.C. (Half 16U, 17U, 18U)

National League P.R.O. | Boys Events
Nov. 11-13, 2022 – Round Rock, Texas (All 14U)
Dec. 1-3, 2022– Orlando, Fla. (All 15U, 16U, 19U)
Dec. 3-5, 2022 – Orlando, Fla. (All 17U, 18U)
Jan. 22-24, 2023 – Mesa, Ariz. (Half 15U-19U)
Feb. 10-12, 2023 – Tampa, Fla. (All 14U)
March 24-26, 2023 – Greensboro, N.C. (Half 15U, 16U, 19U)
March 25-27, 2023 – Greensboro, N.C. (Half 17U, 18U)

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Are there some LI teams in this?

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Are there some LI teams in this?

Yes, quite a few. Why not look for yourself? The link to the list of teams is provided in the original post right at the beginning.

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Are there some LI teams in this?

Yes, quite a few. Why not look for yourself? The link to the list of teams is provided in the original post right at the beginning.

Aren't ECNL or even ERCL teams supposed to beat EDP teams ?

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This is a thread about National League PRO, not EDP. NL PRO is a supplemental competition for USYS National League teams, many of whom won their National League Conferences (with some at large teams that were admitted on application). National League is the USYS equivalent to ECNL. I won’t get into whether National League and ECNL are on the same “level” because most people’s opinions on that question are in large part dictated by their own preconceptions more than actual analysis of cross-league matches. Whichever league you believe is (top to bottom) the better league, the participants in NL PRO are generally 40-48 of the best National League teams from across the country in each age group. They would at least compete with ECNL teams and would take apart most (if not all) ECRL teams. Anyone claiming otherwise is the parent of an ECNL/RL player.

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
This is a thread about National League PRO, not EDP. NL PRO is a supplemental competition for USYS National League teams, many of whom won their National League Conferences (with some at large teams that were admitted on application). National League is the USYS equivalent to ECNL. I won’t get into whether National League and ECNL are on the same “level” because most people’s opinions on that question are in large part dictated by their own preconceptions more than actual analysis of cross-league matches. Whichever league you believe is (top to bottom) the better league, the participants in NL PRO are generally 40-48 of the best National League teams from across the country in each age group. They would at least compete with ECNL teams and would take apart most (if not all) ECRL teams. Anyone claiming otherwise is the parent of an ECNL/RL player.

You sound smart smile

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
This is a thread about National League PRO, not EDP. NL PRO is a supplemental competition for USYS National League teams, many of whom won their National League Conferences (with some at large teams that were admitted on application). National League is the USYS equivalent to ECNL. I won’t get into whether National League and ECNL are on the same “level” because most people’s opinions on that question are in large part dictated by their own preconceptions more than actual analysis of cross-league matches. Whichever league you believe is (top to bottom) the better league, the participants in NL PRO are generally 40-48 of the best National League teams from across the country in each age group. They would at least compete with ECNL teams and would take apart most (if not all) ECRL teams. Anyone claiming otherwise is the parent of an ECNL/RL player.

I would say that this is more of a clarification than anything else as this was a good post, but NL PRO is a team based competition as opposed to ECNL, which is club based. There is promotion and relegation in NL PRO as opposed to ECNL.

USYS’ equivalent is the newly formed Elite 64 League, which like ECNL is club based. However, based on some of the admitted clubs, it appears in some cases, clubs are not putting their top teams but their B or C teams (e.g. MFA and CFC).

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