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Best Youth Club Rankings
by Paul Kennedy, January 28th, 2009 8AM
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The Baltimore Bays and Dallas Texans are No. 1 in Soccer America's annual rankings of the top boys and girls clubs, respectively.

Soccer America'sTop 30 Boys Clubs
1. Baltimore Bays
2. Dallas Texans
3. Andromeda
4. Arsenal FC
5. Chicago Magic
6. Real So Cal
7. FC Delco
8. Solar FC
9. Michigan Wolves
10. Schulz Soccer Academy
11. CASL
12. LAFC
13. PDA
14. Concorde Elite
15. Chicago Fire
16. FC Milwaukee
17. Javanon SC
18. Real Colorado
19. Carmel United
20. West Coast FC
21. Sockers FC
22. NJSA 04
23. Columbus Crew
24. Vardar SC
25. St. Louis Scott Gallagher
26. Blau Weiss Gottschee
27. Bethesda SC
28. Colorado Rush
29. D.C. United
30. Kansas City Wizards

Soccer America'sTop 30 Girls Clubs
1. Dallas Texans
2. Eclipse Select
3. So Cal Blues
4. Slammers FC
5. Sting SC
6. PDA
7. McLean Premier Soccer
8. Colorado Rush
9. Force FC
10. San Juan SC
11. Albertson SC
12. San Diego Surf
13. Carmel United
14. Scorpions SC
15. Real Colorado
16. Michigan Hawks
17. Eagles SC
18. FC Pennsylvania Strikers
19. FC Stars of Massachusetts
20. Real So Cal
21. Pleasanton Rage
22. Crossfire Premier
23. Irvine SC Strikers
24. Internationals SC
25. Challenge SC
26. Lonestar SC
27. Mustang Soccer
28. Bethesda SC
29. Vardar SC
30. D'Feeters

Criteria
Soccer America selects the top 30 clubs based on success of their teams in national youth championships over the last three years and national recognition for players from these clubs in 2008.



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