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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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16 US Youth Soccer alumni on U.S. Men’s National Team’s final roster for 2014 FIFA World Cup

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US Youth Soccer would like to congratulate its 16 alumni, as well as the seven other American players, who will be representing U.S. Soccer at the 2014 FIFA World Cup this summer in Brazil.
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Spokane Player Clinic sponsored by National Guard

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Join us on June 9 for a free clinic for high school-aged players to improve your skills. This one-time clinic for male and female players in the Under-16 through Under-19 age groups is coming to Spokane and you don't want to miss out. There will be top-level instruction and soccer activities provided for attendees who want to learn more about the game.
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FIFA Player of the Century Michelle Akers Greets Players at State Cup Finals

The final weekend of the Virginia Mason Challenge Cup and Virginia Mason Washington Youth Soccer State Championships — featuring the high school girls age groups — always draw the most talented female soccer players from across the state to Starfire Sports.
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US Youth Soccer common thread in U.S. Men’s National Team 30-man preliminary roster for 2014 World Cup

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Of the 30 players U.S. Men’s National Team head coach Jurgen Klinsmann named to the preliminary roster for the 2014 FIFA World Cup, 22 have ties to US Youth Soccer. The 23 players who will represent the United States this summer in Brazil will be chosen from the 30-man squad.
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Soccer for Success featured on US Youth Soccer Show In May

For nearly two years, underserved players in communities throughout the Seattle area have benefitted from Washington Youth Soccer's Soccer for Success program, which provides free after-school soccer instruction and nutrition education to elementary-school students, three times per week, in two 12-week sessions.
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Select, RCL Subcomittees Make Significant Improvements to Select Programming

For years, the Select level of play has bridged the gap between recreational and premier, with a more developmental and results-oriented approach than rec, but a lower time and financial commitment than premier. With consistent rosters comprised largely of players from the local community, it gives players who want to stay with their friends and classmates, and pursue a higher challenge than rec, the opportunity to do so, without the schedule, cost and travel demands of the premier level.
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Common Goals | May 2014

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Check out news, education articles, training tips and other content to help grow the game in the May Common Goals newsletter.
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Non-Profit Clubs Mean More Investment in Core Programs

The first, and most important thing, is to know your child’s goals as a soccer player. For some players, playing with their friends from school will be the most important thing, making a club close to home a better fit. Others might want the best coaches and highest-level competition, which could require looking outside your immediate neighborhood. Knowing what’s important to your player — and the time and money you’re willing to invest as a parent — is an important first step.
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State's Top Teams Take Home The Hardware at Virginia Mason Challenge Cup and US Youth Soccer Washington State Championships

They're three of the biggest weekends of the year in youth soccer in the state of Washington ? and this year, they had the star power to prove it.
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Elite Player Development Girls Invited to Prestigious National Camp

Over the past several years, U.S. Soccer Development Director Jill Ellis noticed a trend — more than 50 percent of the Youth National Team players were coming from Region IV, the far western region of US Youth Soccer that includes Washington Youth Soccer and 13 other state associations. Specifically, Ellis noted the high numbers of Washington players that were coming to the National Team training camps from outside the traditional leagues and pathways used to identify players.
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