22 more clubs get Girls Development Academy status for a total of 74

Cedar Stars Academy – Monmouth (Tinton Falls, N.J.)

Indiana Fire (Westfield, Ind.)

Real So Cal (Woodland Hills, Calif.)

Empire United (Rochester, N.Y.)

La Roca Futbol Club (Kaysville, Utah)

SC del Sol (Phoenix, Ariz.)

FC Fury New York (Bay Shore, N.Y.)

Burlingame SC – MVLA (Burlingame, Calif.)

Sereno Soccer Club (Phoenix, Ariz.)

FC Kansas City (Prairie Village, Kan.)

Nationals (Royal Oak, Mich.)

Sporting Blue Valley (Overland Park, Kan.)

FC United (Northfield, Ill.)

Oakwood Soccer Club (Glastonbury, Conn.)

Texas Rush Soccer Club (The Woodlands, Texas)

Houston Dash (Houston, Texas)

PA Classics (Manheim, Pa.)

West Coast Futbol Club (Laguna Hills, Calif.)

Houston United (Houston, Texas)

Pateadores (Costa Mesa, Calif.)

Western New York Flash (Elma, N.Y.)

PSV Union (Palo Alto, Calif.)

Lifelong player and student of the beautiful game in Germany, England, and USA. Volunteer futsal coach and USSF referee.

2 thoughts on “22 more clubs get Girls Development Academy status for a total of 74

  1. Will those same clubs enter teams into ECNL? Or does ECNL get only teams that didn’t get accepted by GDA? Or does ECNL fold into NPL? I’ll be curious to see where ECNL goes from here…

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    • Good questions! What I heard is that ECNL will become the second tier league starting next summer when the GDA kicks off. And ECNL is planning to add boys apparently also. But not sure where that leaves NPL. The issues with second teams competing in ECNL is that there will now be much more travel for these second teams. How many families on the second teams will want to commit to the time and cost of this? So NPL might have an advantage because it has many more local/regional teams so it’s logistically much easier, and much cheaper too. So might that force ECNL to open the doors to many more clubs? We shall see…

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