ECNL Informational Packet

CASL ECNL Background Packet
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The ECNL is the top national youth soccer league founded in 2009 for U15, U16 and U17 girls' teams for the purpose of providing the highest level of competition and the best developmental environment for American female youth soccer players, as well as an identification and development program, which will seek to include players in US Soccer's National Teams.

CASL is proud to announce our Club Membership in the 'New' Elite Clubs National League.  CASL U15-U17 Elite Girls Teams will compete in this continued, pioneering effort to raise the quality of the Women's game in the United States. Click here for lastest Press Release and Member Clubs   

Official ECNL Website

Official ECNL Match Schedule Announced

ECNL Frequently Asked Questions

Elite Clubs National League announced the "All-Event Teams" from the games played at the ECNL Divisions at the Final Four Showcase in College Station, TX last weekend.  Thirty-two clubs in each age group of the ECNL (U15, U16, and U17) each played 3 games over 3 days against opponents in their division.  An "All-Event Team" of 11 players has been selected at each age group based on nominations from ECNL coaches and scouting by the ECNL Player Identification Program.

"We believe it is very important to recognize outstanding individual performers at ECNL events," said ECNL Vice-President Doug Bracken.  "These players stood out for the quality of their play while competing against the best clubs and players in the country and they deserve this honor.  Congratulations to all of them."

All-Event Teams will be selected for each ECNL event.  Some of the players selected for the All-Event Teams from College Station, TX, and from the upcoming ECNL games at the Disney Soccer Showcase presented by Chelsea FC, will also be recommended for invitations to the US Club Soccer id2 camp co-sponsored by the ECNL in Ft. Lauderdale, FL in February 2010.

"Nominations and recommendations for the All-Event Teams are one small component of the new ECNL Player Identification Program," said ECNL President Christian Lavers.  "It is our goal through the All-Event Team nominations and through the scouting process in the Player Identification Program to take advantage of the knowledge of all the coaches in the ECNL Member Clubs, collect this information, and then use it to help promote top players and push them forward for consideration at higher levels."  The College Station All-Event teams consist of 33 players from 27 ECNL Member clubs.