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Super-20 League

Super-20 League
Country United States
Canada
Confederation CONCACAF
Founded 2006
Number of teams 55
Current champions

Men-Force Football Club Academy

Women-Kalamazoo Kingdom
Website .com.uslsuper20www

The United Soccer Leagues Super-20 League is an American-Canadian soccer league for players 17 to 20 years of age. Introduced in 2006 it took the place of the U-19 age bracket in the Super Y-League.

The league's main goal is to provide opportunities to elite youth players to keep playing without having to join a senior level team.

2013 Men Teams

Mid Atlantic Division

Club City State
FASA Fredericksburg  Virginia
Harrisburg City Islanders Palmyra  Pennsylvania
Junior Lone Star FC Philadelphia  Pennsylvania
Northern Virginia Royals Manassas  Virginia
Potomac SC Germantown  Maryland
Real Maryland F.C. Rockville  Maryland
Triangle FC Cary  North Carolina
Virginia Alliance Nokesville  Virginia
Washington F.C. Washington, D.C.

Mid South Division

North

Club City State
APPA Aguilas Austin
FC Dallas West Texas Midland
Regals SCA Houston
Texas Dutch Lions FC Conroe
Texas Football Club Allen

South

Club City State
Alamo SC San Antonio
Brownsville Bravos FC Brownsville
Eagle Pass Cyclones Eagle Pass
Halcones USA Roma
Laredo Heat Laredo
RGV Grandes FC McAllen

Midwest Division

East

Club City State
Columbus Crew Juniors Columbus
Force Football Club Academy West Bloomfield
Pacesetter Soccer Club Toledo
Toronto Lynx Toronto
Vardar SC Detroit
Waza FC Rochester Hills

West

Club City State
Alliance Academy Grand Rapids
Chicago Fire Juniors Chicago
Chicago Inferno Schaumburg
Cincinnati United Premier Cincinnati
Dayton Dutch Lions FC Dayton
St. Louis Scott Gallagher St. Louis

New England Division

Club City State
Atlantic SC Sussex
Black Watch SC Schenectady
Maine Premier Soccer Phoenix Portland
Mass Premier Soccer Bulldogs Waltham
NHPSA Bedford
Ottawa Fury Ottawa
Western United Pioneers Ludlow, Massachusetts

North Atlantic Division

East

Club City State
Beachside SC Norwalk
Brooklyn Knights Maspeth
FC Harlem Harlem
Ironbound SC Newark
Long Island Rough Riders Massapequa
Westchester Flames New Rochelle

West Division

Club City State
Jersey Knights North Brunswick
Keystone Athletic SC Stroudsburg
New Jersey Soccer Academy Aberdeen
Parsippany SC Parsippany
Princeton Soccer Association Princeton
Reading United A.C. Reading

South East Division

Club City State
FC United of Florida Palm Coast
IMG Academy Bradenton
Orlando City Soccer Club Orlando
Tampa Bay United Tampa
VSI Tampa Bay FC Tampa

2013 Women's Teams

North Atlantic Division

Club City State
Fredericksburg Impact Fredericksburg
Harrisburg City Islanders Harrisburg
LDC United Hummelstown
Keystone Athletic A.C. Stroudsburg
Northern Virginia Majestics Manassas
Reading United A.C. Reading
Washington Spirit Academy Washington, D.C.

Midwest Division

Club City State
Alliance Academy Grand Rapids
Dayton Dutch Lions Dayton
Force Football Club Academy West Bloomfield
Kalamazoo Kingdom Kalamazoo
Toronto Lynx Toronto

New England Division

Club City State
FC Stars of Massachusetts Acton
New Brunswick Blizzards Moncton
Ottawa Fury Ottawa
Western United Pioneers Ludlow, Massachusetts

South Atlantic Division

Club City State
Carolina Elite Cobras Greenville
Lake Norman SC Mooresville
Southern Soccer Academy Marietta
Triangle FC Cary

2013 Championships

Men

Group A
Team City State Record (W-L-T)
St. Louis Scott Gallagher St. Louis 2-1-0
Beachside SC Norwalk 1-1-1
Junior Lone Star FC Philadelphia 1-1-1
IMG Academy Bradenton 1-2-0
Group B
Team City State Record (W-L-T)
Toronto Lynx Toronto 2-1-0
Potomac SC Germantown 2-1-0
Laredo Heat Laredo 1-2-0
Orlando City Soccer Club Orlando 1-2-0
Group C
Team City State Record (W-L-T)
Pacesetter Soccer Club Toledo 2-1-0
Texas Football Club Allen 2-1-0
Ironbound SC Newark 1-2-0
FASA Fredericksburg 1-2-0
Group D
Team City State Record (W-L-T)
Force Football Club Academy West Bloomfield 2-0-1
Alamo SC San Antonio 2-0-1
Chicago Fire Juniors Chicago 1-2-0
Western United Pioneers Ludlow, Massachusetts 0-3-0

Semifinals

Pacesetter Soccer Club 2:0 St. Louis Scott Gallagher

Force Football Club Academy 1:0 Toronto Lynx

Final

Force Football Club Academy 2:0 Pacesetter Soccer Club

Women

American Division
Team City State Record (W-L-T)
Force Football Club Academy West Bloomfield 3-0-0
Fredericksburg Impact Fredericksburg 1-2-0
Lake Norman SC Mooresville 1-2-0
National Division
Team City State Record (W-L-T)
Kalamazoo Kingdom Kalamazoo 3-0-0
Carolina Elite Cobras Greenville 1-2-0
Ottawa Fury Ottawa 0-3-0

Final

Kalamazoo Kingdom 2:1 Force Football Club Academy

Past Champions

2013 Men-Force Football Club Academy

2013 Women-Kalamzoo Kingdom

2012 Men-Chicago Fire Juniors

2012 Women-Colorado Rapids U20s

2011 Men-Columbus Crew Juniors

2011 Women- Reading United AC

2010 Men-Columbus Crew Juniors

2010 Women-Princeton Soccer Association

2009 Men-New York Red Bulls

2009 Women-Triangle FC

2008 Men-Chicago Fire Juniors

2008 Women-Triangle FC

2007 Men-PDA

2007 Women-Parsippany SC

2006 Men-West Kendall

2006 Women-Washington Freedom

External links

  • Super-20 League Official Site


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