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2009 Soccer America Top 40 rankings
by Paul Kennedy, September 30th, 2009 8:45AM
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The Baltimore Bays (boys) and Dallas Texans (girls) retained the top spots in the 2009 Soccer America Top 40 youth rankings. For the complete boys and girls rankings ...

Criteria:Soccer America selects the top 40 clubs based on success of their teams in national youth competitions over the last three years (2007-09) and national recognition for players from these clubs in 2009.

Soccer America's 2009 Top 40 Boys Rankings
1. Baltimore Bays
2. Dallas Texans
3. Michigan Wolves
4. PDA
5. Andromeda SC
6. LAFC Chelsea
7. CASL
8. Arsenal FC
9. Carmel United
10. FC Delco
11. Chicago Magic
12. Solar SC
13. Chicago Fire
14. Real Colorado
15. FC Dallas
16. Colorado Rush
17. NJSA 04
18. Real So Cal
19. West Coast FC
20. D.C. United
21. New York Red Bulls
22. Cal Odyssey
23. Columbus Crew
24. Washington Premier FC
25. IMG Academy
26. Vardar SC
27. De Anza Force
28. Concorde Fire
29. FC Westchester
30. Discoveries SC
31. Triangle United
32. Kendall Soccer Coalition
33. St. Louis Scott Gallagher
34. Javanon SC
35. Schulz Academy
36. Crossfire Premier
37. Albertson SC
38. CZ Elite FC
39. Grand Rapids Crew Juniors
40. Sereno SC

Soccer America's 2009 Top 40 Girls Rankings
1. Dallas Texans
2. Eclipse Select
3. So Cal Blues
4. Slammers FC
5. Colorado Rush
6. San Diego Surf
7. PDA
8. Mustang Soccer
9. Michigan Hawks
10. Force FC
11. Sting Soccer
12. FC Stars of Massachusetts
13. McLean Premier
14. Albertson SC
15. De Anza Force
16. CASL
17. San Juan SC
18. FC Bucks
19. Eagles SC
20. Carmel United
21. Sereno SC
22. Pleasanton Rage
23. Ponte Vedra SC
24. St. Louis Scott Gallagher
25. Arsenal SC
26. FC Delco
27. Scorpions SC
28. KCFC
29. Sockers FC Chicago
30. FC Pennsylvania Strikers
31. Solar SC
32. Lonestar SC
33. Real So Cal
34. D'Feeters SC
35. Montclair United SC
36. FC Milwaukee
37. Ohio Elite Soccer Academy
38. Chantilly SC
39. Crossfire Premier
40. North Atlanta SA



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