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Red Bulls have heavy MLS presence in playoffs
June 18th, 2013 5:01AM
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[DEVELOPMENT ACADEMY]The New York Red Bulls were the No. 1 seeds in the draws for the Development Academy under-17/18 and under-15/16 age group playoffs held on Monday. The playoffs will take place June 24-28 at FC Dallas Park in Frisco, Texas. For the draws ...

The Red Bulls are the defending champions in the U-17/18 age group that kicks off June 24. The U-15/16 playoffs get under way the next day.

MLS academy teams filled 13 of the 32 slots in the U-17/18 age group and nine in the U-15/16 age group.

Besides the Red Bulls, seven other MLS clubs will have teams in both playoffs: Chicago Fire, Seattle Sounders, FC Dallas, Chivas USA, Real Salt Lake AZ, D.C. United, Houston Dynamo

Ten other clubs qualified teams in both age groups: Albertson SC, PA Classics, PDA, Real So Cal, Concorde Fire, Chicago Magic PSG, Solar Chelsea SC, Baltimore Bays Chelsea, De Anza Force and CASL Chelsea FC Academy.

U-17/18 Playoff Groups:
Group 1: Vancouver Whitecaps, PA Classics, Houston Dynamo, Chicago Fire
Group 2:PDA, Seattle Sounders, Real So Cal, IMG Acad.
Group 3:Albertson SC, FC Dallas, Crew Soccer Academy, Concorde Fire
Group 4: New York Red Bulls, Weston FC, Chicago Magic PSG, Irvine Strikers
Group 5:Shattuck-Saint Mary's Soccer Acad., Solar Chelsea SC, Kendall SC, Pateadores
Group 6: LA Galaxy, New England Revolution, Dallas Texans, San Jose Earthquakes
Group 7: Baltimore Bays Chelsea, Indiana Fire Academy, Chivas USA, De Anza Force
Group 8:Real Salt Lake AZ, D.C. United, CASL Chelsea FC Acad., St. Louis Scott Gallagher Missouri

U-15/16 Playoff Groups:
Group 1:De Anza Force, Chicago Fire, Georgia United, Arsenal FC
Group 2: Baltimore Bays Chelsea, CASL Chelsea FC Acad., Colorado Rapids, Revolution Empire
Group 3:Solar Chelsea, D.C. United, FC Bolts Celtic, Chicago Magic PSG
Group 4:CSA Wolves, Seattle Sounders, Real So Cal, Orlando City
Group 5:PDA, Albertson SC, Crossfire Premier, Texas Rush
Group 6: FC Dallas, Real Salt Lake AZ, FC Delco, Sockers FC
Group 7:New York Red Bulls, Houston Dynamo, Concorde Fire, PA Classics
Group 8: Chivas USA, Oakwood SC, Texans SC Houston, South Carolina United Battery Acad.


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