WHAT IS THE US YOUTH SOCCER LEAGUES PROGRAM?
The US Youth Soccer Leagues Program features the National League and a network of 13 Conferences across the country. The competitions provide teams with the highest possible level of competition at the national (National League) and multi-state (Conference) levels.
WHAT IS THE US YOUTH SOCCER NATIONAL LEAGUE?
The US Youth Soccer National League (NL) is for the nation's top teams in the Under-14, Under-15, Under-16, Under-17 and Under-18 boys and girls age groups. Established in the 2007-2008 season, the National League provides annual competition for the best US Youth Soccer teams in the country to play each other in meaningful games with increased exposure to college coaches, and scouts. Every season features teams that each earn a place in the league and compete for division titles, as well as berths to the annual US Youth Soccer National Championships.
National League 2019-2020 Seasonal Year Info
What is #EarnYourPlace
Earn Your Place is the official hashtag of the Leagues Program and has been used specifically by the National League for a majority of the league's existence. It refers to the opportunity for the teams to earn their way into US Youth Soccer's top league and the continued challenges that present chances for teams and players to regularly prove themselves.
For more details on what it means to #EarnYourPlace, visit: https://www.usyouthsoccer.org/earn-your-place/
The re-imagined Leagues Program commenced in the Fall of 2018 and features a network of Conferences (formerly known as regional leagues) that are geographically focused, under one leadership and management structure, and linked into the highly successful National League and the National Championship Series.
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