TAMPA, Fla. - The Super Y League is delighted to announce the addition of DC Stoddert Soccer Club, which will join the Mid Atlantic Division in 2020.
“Super Y League offers us the opportunity to keep our players learning and competing throughout the summer,” said DC Stoddert Technical Director Khaled Hamami on why the club is joining the league. “In such a competitive environment as the D.C. Metro area, it is key to keep players engaged and active in order to stay at the top of their game.”
“We’re excited to bring on DC Stoddert as a new member for the 2020 Super Y League season,” said Dominic Colarusso, USL Youth League Growth & Development Manager. “Our goal year over year is to bring quality clubs into the fold, and we’re confident that DC Stoddert will only add to the already competitive Mid Atlantic Division.”
The summer platform offered by the Super Y League will help DC Stoddert to develop its elite local players by allowing them to compete against top teams from their region. These young players will have the chance to gain national exposure at events like the Super Y League Finals and the USL Experience.
“We are most looking forward to a high level of competition in Super Y League,” said Hamami. “The superior structure of the league offers us the opportunity to compete and work toward goals and strive for success.”
“Being a part of Super Y League means our players will no longer have to leave Washington, D.C. to find competitive summer play. It will give them access to top rate training on a consistent basis along with the opportunity to meet new players and make new friends through competition.”
The Super Y League is part of United Soccer Leagues, LLC, which also operates USL Championship and USL League One at the professional level and USL League Two at the pre-professional level. Super Y offers a summer platform for elite youth soccer players, with the national Super Y League Finals taking place each December.