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Boys season kicks off in North Carolina
November 7th, 2012 4:37PM
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[NATIONAL LEAGUE]The 2012-2013 U.S. Youth Soccer National League season kicks off Nov. 15-18 with boys action in Wilson, N.C.

Sixteen teams divided into two divisions will compete in four age groups: U-15 to U-18. Teams automatically qualify for the National League by finishing in the top two of their division the previous year, winning their respective Regional League or by winning their respective Regional Championship.

Beginning this season, the National League was awarded an additional two entries per age group to the U.S. Youth Soccer National Championships, sending the top two finishers in each division to the finals, to be held in 2013 at Overland Park Soccer Complex in Overland Park, Kan.

Under-15 Boys
Region I Dix Hills Elite (E-NY)
Region I Bethesda Lions (MD)
Region I Penn Fusion 97 (E-PA)
Region I Empire Revolution Buffalo (NY-W)
Region II Grand Rapids Crew Juniors Gold (MI)
Region II CUP Crew Jrs 97 (OH-S)
Region II Alliance 98 Black (IL)
Region II Libertyville FC 1974 (IL)
Region II OP Eagles Dublin G1 (OH-S)
Region III Tennessee SC 16 (TN)
Region III GSA Phoenix Red 98 (GA)
Region III Pinecrest Premier Blue 97/98 (FL)
Region III Sunrise Elite 97/98 (FL)
Region III Concorde Fire Elite (GA)
Region IV Sereno 98 White (AZ)
Region IV San Jose Earthquakes (CA-N)
   
Under-16 Boys
Region I UFA NJ Strikers (NJ)
Region I Lehigh Valley United 96 (E-PA)
Region I LMSC Lightning (E-PA)
Region I Manhattan SC Paris Saint-Germain 96 (E-NY)
Region II KCSC Blackstars 96/97 (KS)
Region II CUP Crew Juniors Gold (OH-S)
Region II Libertyville FC 1974 (IL)
Region II Challenger Crew Juniors Black (OH-N)
Region III CESA 96 Premier (SC)
Region III GSA 97 Phoenix Red (GA)
Region III Concorde Fire Elite (GA)
Region III SAA Real Madrid (FL)
Region IV Albion SC White (CA-S)
Region IV CCV STARS 97 BLACK (AZ)
Region IV Fullerton Rangers 96 White (CA-S)
Region IV Sereno 97 (AZ)
   
Under-17 Boys
Region I Lehigh Valley United 95 (E-PA)
Region I SDFC Gauchos (NJ)
Region I Bethesda SC Revolution (MD)
Region I OBGC Rangers (MD)
Region II Waza FC East 96 Black (MI)
Region II Michigan Jaguars 96 (MI)
Region II CUP Crew Juniors Gold 95/96 (OH-S)
Region II Lou Fusz Gold (MO)
Region III CESA 95 Premier (SC)
Region III West Pines United FC 95/96 Premier Black (FL)
Region III Concorde Fire Elite (GA)
Region III GSA 96 Phoenix Red (GA)
Region IV West Coast FC (CA-S)
Region IV Scottsdale 96 Blackhawks (AZ)
Region IV FC Golden State (CA-S)
Region IV Carlsbad Elite 95/96 (CA-S)
   
Under-18 Boys
Region I AC Bethesda (MD)
Region I FC Frederick '94 (MD)
Region I Beadling SC 94/95 (PA-W)
Region II CUP Crew Juniors Gold (OH-S)
Region II Galaxy 94/95 Blue (IL)
Region II Everest Black (OH-N)
Region II LFC 95 Premier (IL)
Region II Raiders FC Premier (IL)
Region III Tampa Bay United Premier 94 (FL)
Region III Concorde Fire Elite (GA)
Region III AHFC 95 (S-TX)
Region IV West Coast FC (CA-S)
Region IV SC del Sol 95 Armstrong (AZ)
Region IV Albion SC White (CA-S)
Region IV Eastside FC 94 Red (WA)
Region IV Sereno 95 White (AZ)



1 comment
  1. Jason Powell
    commented on: November 8, 2012 at 1:59 p.m.
    Region II LFC 95 Premier are from KY.

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