TAMPA, Fla. - The Super Y League is pleased to announce the return of founding member All-In Futbol Club after a one-year hiatus from league operations. The club has two Georgia-based locations and one Tennessee-based location and will compete in the South Atlantic Division.
“We’re glad to have All-In FC return to the Super Y League after its short hiatus,” said Dominic Colarusso, the USL’s Associate of Business Development. “Our long history with the club dates back to the league’s founding. We’re thrilled to bring it back into the fold and continue our dedication to youth player development in the Southeastern U.S.”
All-In FC is a founding member of the Super Y League, with an ongoing relationship since the league’s inception in 1999. The club took a one-year layoff in 2017 to assess operations, but it now returns to its home in the South Atlantic Division to resume competitive play in 2018. The club is dedicated to developing quality players in meaningful games while providing a fun, team-oriented environment for its athletes.
“The Super Y League has provided opportunities for players from all over North America through competition against regional and national opponents, high-level player tracking and college identification while playing meaningful weekly games,” said All-In FC Executive Director of Coaching and Player Development Mark MacKain. “We are looking forward to competing once again in the best summer program around."
“This allows us the opportunity to be involved with the best youth program in the country,” MacKain continued. “We are excited to once again experience the league’s high level of competition, well-trained and veteran staff and professional atmosphere.”
A part of United Soccer Leagues, LLC, which also operates the Division II USL, the new third-division league and Premier Development League, the Super Y League features a summer platform with an annual North American Championship in December.