The ECNL was founded in 2009 as a challenge to the status quo of youth soccer, with a vision to be better. In its first years, the league supported only girls programming, but that was to change.
As a result of grassroots collaboration and innovation driven by youth soccer leaders all around the country, the ECNL quickly rose to national prominence – and ultimately to be the top level of competition and player development in the country. Each step was fueled by a shared commitment to elevating the youth soccer experience.
From inception, the ECNL consistently developed in alignment with the needs of its member clubs, always seeking opportunities to lead and provide more, no matter the challenge or adversity. The four letters “ECNL” have become the embodiment of collaborative innovation, opportunity, respect, development, and excellence in youth soccer, as the once-radical idea of clubs having a voice to determine their future proved to produce results never before seen in youth soccer. Unrivaled numbers of female players, of constantly improving quality, began moving on to the collegiate, professional, and national team levels as the ECNL impact changed youth soccer.
Slammers FC Girls ECNL & ECNL RL Teams
|G2010 ECNL||Luis Segoviaemail@example.com|
|G2010 RL||Sean Melendezfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|G2009 ECNL||Walter Camargo|
|G2009 RL||Joel Cruzemail@example.com|
|G2008 ECNL||Craig Bullfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|G2008 RL||Alex Maciasemail@example.com|
|G2007 ECNL||Walter Camargofirstname.lastname@example.org|
|G2007 RL||Luis Segoviaemail@example.com|
|G2006 ECNL||Walter Camargofirstname.lastname@example.org|
|G2006 RL||Sean Melendezemail@example.com|
|G2004/05 ECNL||Andy Winnfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|G2004/05 RL||Luis Segoviaemail@example.com|