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Home >Youth Soccer Reporter > Friday, Dec. 19, 2008
NSCAA/adidas Youth Boys regional awards have been handed out to many of the country's top prospects. Here are the players, divided by graduating class, and the college verbal commitments or pro plans reported for those players in the Class of 2009 ... Read the whole story
Regional rosters for boys 1992 and 1993 teams have been announced for the U.S. Youth Soccer ODP Super Group that will take place Dec. 27-30 at Disney's Soccer Showcase presented by the Chelsea Football Club in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. For the complete rosters of players and their club affiliations ... Read the whole story
Playing in their first year in the U.S. Soccer Development Academy, the FC Dallas Juniors U-16 team has been so successful that it has already qualified for the 32-Academy Playoffs next June, having guaranteed to finish in the top three of the Texas Division. The U-16s are undefeated through the ... Read the whole story
The Dallas Texans-Houston Division were the dominant team in the U.S. Youth National League, which held its first four games last weekend in the under-15 to under-17 boys divisions in Dallas. The Texans, playing in the under-17 division, were the only team to win all four games. They also did ... Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"Soccer can be a business in Michigan -- not just a sport, not just a hobby. The numbers aren't a fad. We'll continue to grow." -- Dan Duggan, chairman and CEO of the PDL Michigan Bucks, on the popularity of soccer in Michigan, despite the absence of an MLS team and the state's economic crisis. Michigan ranks in the top 10 among all states in high school boys and girls participation, and the Michigan State Youth Soccer Association has more than 86,000 registered players (Detroit Free Press). ...More


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