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Home > Youth Soccer Reporter > Wednesday, Sept. 30, 2009
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 ... Read the whole story
For the second year in a row, the Baltimore Bays are No. 1 in Soccer America's boys rankings ahead of the Dallas Texans. The Michigan Wolves, PDA and Andromeda SC round out the top five. For a look at all Top 40 boys clubs ... Read the whole story
For the third time, the Dallas Texans are first in Soccer America's girls rankings. The Texans again finished ahead of Eclipse Select. The So Cal Blues, Slammers FC and Colorado Rush complete the top five. For a look at all Top 40 girls clubs ... Read the whole story
The U.S. under-17 national team beat Chelsea's academy team, 3-1, at Chelsea's training ground in Cobham in the first match during its stay in England. In the second match, the U.S. U-17s downed Gambia's U-17s, 2-0. They close out their stay with a game against Arsenal's academy team on Wednesday. Read the whole story
Legendary New York high school coach Martin Jacobson, who recently earned his 300th career win, and his players from Martin Luther King High School are the subject of a reality series. Read the whole story

What They're Saying

"Tree-sitting? I said never, but I'm getting desperate. They're using the need for soccer fields as a rallying cry to go ahead and destroy this beautiful park, and we have to do something." -- Piedmont, Calif., resident Sandra Pohutsky, who opposes plans to turn Blair Park, a 5-acre strip of open space, into soccer fields for local players who have inadequate space for games and practice. (San Francisco Chronicle) ...More

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