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California leads with five Academy clubs
July 17th, 2007 7AM

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[LIST] The first 47 clubs accepted to the U.S. Soccer Development Academy represent 22 states and the District of Columbia. California has the most clubs so far, with five, followed by Florida, Illinois and New York, with four each. U.S. Soccer coaches will be selecting qualified clubs for the U.S. Soccer Development Academy Clubs on a rolling basis until Aug. 1.

Alabama
Birmingham United SA

California
Arsenal SC
De Anza Force SC
Irvine Strikers
Mustang FC
Nomads SC

Colorado
Colorado Rush
Real Colorado

Connecticut
Oakwood SC

District of Columbia
D.C. United

Florida
Clearwater Chargers SC
IMG SA
Kendall Soccer Coalition
Schulz Academy

Georgia
Atlanta Fire United SA
AFC Lightning Soccer Club

Illinois
Chicago Fire Soccer PDA
Chicago Magic Soccer Club
Metro United Soccer Club
Sockers FC Chicago

Indiana
Carmel United Soccer Club

Maryland
Potomac Soccer

Massachusetts
FC Greater Boston Bolts

Michigan
Michigan Wolves
Vardar

Missouri
Scott Gallagher

New Hampshire
Seacoast United

New Jersey
PDA
New York Red Bulls

New York
B/W Gottschee
Empire United SA
FC Westchester
Met Oval

North Carolina
CASL
Greensboro Youth SC
North Meck SC

Ohio
Internationals SC
Ohio Elite SA

Oregon
FC Portland SA

Pennsylvania
FC DELCO
PA Classics

Virginia
Richmond Kickers SC
Richmond Strikers
VA Rush SC

Washington
Crossfire Premier SC
Washington Premier FC

Wisconsin
FC Milwaukee



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