FC Tucson & ECNL
FC Tucson & ECNL
FC Tucson is excited to be an Official Founding Member for the Boys ECNL this coming 2021-2022 Season. The Boys ECNL program is the most prestigious league any Southern Arizona club has been accepted into. It will offer the highest level of visibility Tucson boys players have ever had.
FC Tucson will be competing in the Boys ECNL Southwest Conference. Teams in the Boys ECNL Southwest Conference: Arizona Arsenal (AZ), Beach FC (CA), Del Mar Carmel Valley Sharks (CA), Heat FC (NV), (CA), Legends (CA), Players Soccer Club (NV), PHX Rising (AZ), Slammers SC (CA), FC Tucson Youth Soccer Club (AZ), West Coast FC (CA), Pateadores (CA), LA Breakers (CA), So Cal LAFC Youth (CA), FC Golden State (CA)
The Boys Elite Clubs National League (Boys ECNL) was founded to provide a top-class, club-based development, training, and competition platform for youth male soccer players in the United States. The mission of the Boys ECNL is to improve the landscape for players in the United States through innovative, player-centered programming that raises quality and improves the player experience in all aspects of the game.
ECNL has long been recognized as the top platform for girls to be seen and recruited by Colleges and Universities. Boys ECNL will host 3 national level events for college coaches to attend: January 2018 in Florida, April 2018 in San Diego, and May in Philadelphia. Each FC Tucson ECNL team must attend 1 event (San Diego). League costs and national events are less expensive then APL and College Showcases. To find out more about both the boys and girls ECNL programs, visit the links above.
Players in the Boys ECNL will be able to participate in high school soccer.
FC Tucson Boys ECNL will be offered in the 09, 08, 07, 06, 05 and 04/03 age groups. Placements for FC Tucson Boys ECNL teams start Tuesday, May 8th. Registration Link being posted soon!
Please click the below logos to find out more about Boys ECNL and the Girls ECNL. The goal of the Boys ECNL program is to match the success rate of the Girls ECNL program, where 92% of the 2017 class will be playing collegiate soccer in the fall of 2017.