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Spring champions clinch National League spots
May 3rd, 2013 7:15PM
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[FAR WEST REGIONAL LEAGUE]The winners of the under-13 through under-17 boys and girls age groups in the U.S. Youth Soccer Far West Regional League spring season have earned automatic qualification into the US Youth Soccer National League for the 2013-2014 season.

Automatic Regional League qualification was added to the National League format in January of this year, and two teams per age group from each of the four Regional Leagues will earn a spot in the 2013-2014 National League season.

The eight Far West Regional League spring champions will join the eight fall champions from Region IV in the seventh season of National League play next year.

Far West Regional League Qualifiers
Boys
U-13 Spring: FC Golden State (CA-S)
U-14 Fall: Pateadores CM (CA-S)
U-14 Spring: United FC Gold (CA-S)
U-15 Fall: Manchester Academy (CA-S)
U-15 Spring: Pateadores Academy Blue (CA-S)
U-16 Fall: TBD*
U-16 Spring: FC Golden State White (CA-S)
U-17 Fall: Santa Clara Sporting (CA-N)
U-17 Spring: Fram Premier (CA-S)
*Under-16 Boys Fall champion will be determined in May.

Girls

U-13 Spring: Legends FC (CA-S)
U-14 Fall: San Diego Surf Premier (CA-S)
U-14 Spring: Pride Predators (CO)
U-15 Fall: South Bay Force (CA-S)
U-15 Spring: Carlsbad Elite (CA-S)*
U-16 Fall: Legends FC (CA-S)*
U-16 Spring: DMCV Sharks (CA-S)*
U-17 Fall: Fram Premier (CA-S)
U-17 Spring: Beach FC Ingrassis (CO)
*Spot will be open as team has already claimed an automatic spot.



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