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EPD Teams Travel to ODP Region IV Championships

The EPD Boys 1998-200 and Girls 1996-2000 teams travel to Las Vegas to compete in the ODP Region IV Championships January 11-13.



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United States roster for 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup full of US Youth Soccer alums

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All 23 players U.S. Women’s National Team head coach Jill Ellis named to the roster for the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup have ties to US Youth Soccer, including 22 who are US Youth Soccer ODP alumni and several players who participated in the US Youth Soccer National Championship Series.
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Sports Authority Grants

Sports Authority Inc., the official sporting goods retail partner of Washington Youth Soccer, is offering $500 (in the form of an equipment or cash donation) for select Washington Youth Soccer associations willing to hold their equipment or uniform handout at their local Sports Authority.
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Washington Youth Soccer Teams Up With Seattle Reign

Beginning in 2015, the Seattle Reign and Washington Youth Soccer will work together to further grow the game of soccer in Washington state by offering ticket discount sales to membership, State Cup player appearances, camps, and coaching education. Washington Youth Soccer believes the benefit of a partnership with the Seattle Reign FC is one which is far reaching to all levels of the game within the state’s soccer community.
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Regional Club League (RCL) Crowns Winter Season Champions

For competitive players in Washington state, there is no higher level of league competition than the Regional Club League (RCL). Thus, there is no greater league championship to aspire to a Washington Youth Soccer RCL crown. Comprised of the top 18 clubs in the state, the RCL -- for players aged U7 through U19 -- requires participating clubs and associations to adhere to rigorous standards that guarantee participating players the highest level of training and competition in the state. Numerous
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The 2015 PlayOn Tryout Survival Guide

With most Associations and Clubs starting their fall recreational registration period in April, the months ahead will see thousands of young players statewide trying out for recreational and competitive Clubs and teams. No matter what level of soccer your young player is trying out for, there are a few questions that every parent and soccer player will likely have as they prepare for this busy — and often stressful — time. Questions like, “What are the coaches looking for?” and “Which Club is t
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A Little Shoe Research Can Help You Play Your Best

Does the leather on soccer cleats matter? And of the different types of leather, how does one choose? Full-grain leather is the most common. It is durable, but not as moldable to the foot for fit. Kangaroo skin is light, excellent for touch on the ball, and can easily stretch to accommodate a more difficult-to-fit foot. However, kangaroo skin is not as durable as full-grain leather or synthetic materials; as a result, it often needs to replaced more frequently, making it a more expensive choice​
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2014-15 National League Girls News | Las Vegas

The US Youth Soccer National League Girls resumed play Friday, March 20 in Las Vegas, Nev., when 48 teams in the Under-14 through Under-18 age groups met at Bettye Wilson Soccer Complex.
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US Youth Soccer National League Boys wrap up exciting 2014-15 season

The US Youth Soccer National League Under-14, Under-15, Under-16, Under-17 and Under-18 Boys completed their third and final day of matches at Heritage Park in Henderson, Nev., alongside the 2015 Players Showcase. Sunday marked the final day of the 2014-15 boys season, and standings are now finalized with division titles, berths to the US Youth Soccer National Championships and guaranteed spots in the league next year decided.
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Washington Youth Soccer reduces player fees for 2015-2016

Washington Youth Soccer, the largest youth sports organization in Washington, is pleased to announce that state player registration fees will decrease for the 2015-2016 seasonal year. Approved by the Washington Youth Soccer Council at the Annual Player Fee Meeting in January, the reduction in player fees will allow local clubs and Washington Youth Soccer member associations to reinvest at the grassroots level and continue to make the game more accessible to the community.
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It’s just the Shin Splints…or is it.

Shin pain is common in sports and athletics. In soccer, the lower leg is a common area of direct trauma, causing soft tissue contusion (bruising). As with most soft tissue injuries, applying the R.I.C.E. concept is helpful in mild cases. Significant pain with bearing weight, swelling or numbness however, might warrant a medical evaluation to rule out a fractured bone or other more significant injury.
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