CASL '94 Chelsea Ladies ECNL Leave ECNL and CASL Legacy
U18 CASL Chelsea Ladies ECNL Team Leaves a Legacy of two ECNL National Championships, including this one from 2012.
The U-18 CASL Chelsea Ladies ECNL team, coached by Damon Nahas, competed for the National Championship in June 2013. They defeated the Michigan Hawks and FC Stars of Massachusetts to make it to the semi-finals where they fell to the Ohio Premier Eagles ECNL. This U-18 CASL ECNL team ended their club run leaving a lasting legacy within the organization and on a national level. Among their many accomplishments some highlights include the 2011 and 2012 ECNL National Championships, a 2009 USYSA Region III Championship and National Finalist, and multiple state cups and other tournament titles as the '94 CASL Spartan Elite Black from 2007-2011.
About the ECNL:
The ECNL is a non-profit national youth soccer league founded in 2009 to provide the best possible developmental environment for American female youth soccer players through the creation of the highest level of national competition and an identification and development program to provide an avenue for players to participate in U.S. Soccer's National Teams. The 2010-11 season is the ECNL’s second season. Each of the 52 member clubs in 2010-11 field a team in the U-15, U-16, U-17 and U-18 age groups, each competing for the ECNL National Championship, the ECNL National Club Championship and promotion and relegation between flights. The ECNL is sanctioned by US Club Soccer. For more information, visit http://www.eliteclubsnationalleague.com.
About US Club Soccer:
US Club Soccer is a non-profit organization whose mission is to develop competitive club soccer in the United States. A member of the United States Soccer Federation since July 2001, US Club Soccer has grown to include member clubs and leagues in all 50 states. In addition to sanctioning and administering tournaments, leagues and other competitions as well as offering a range of programs for its members, US Club Soccer annually conducts the National Cup. US Club Soccer also directs its own player identification and development program – id2. For more information, please visit http://www.usclubsoccer.org.