TAMPA, Fla. – In preparation for the 2019 Super Y League season, CSA Impact United has been announced as the latest club to join the league. The Cleveland, Ohio-based organization will compete in the Midwest Division starting in 2019.
“We’re excited to have CSA Impact United join Super Y league,” said Dominic Colarusso, USL Manager of Youth League Growth & Development. “We’re aiming to continue to build on the already-strong competition in Ohio, and we felt that this club provides the league with another strong asset in the region."
CSA Impact United will feature three teams of varying age groups in their debut SYL season, with U14, U15 and U17 Boys teams taking the field.
"We are excited to be joining into the USL's Super Y League for the summer of 2019,” Director of Coaching Everett Palache said. “This opportunity allows us to provide an additional developmental platform for our most committed players during the summer months while most other players take time off from training and playing in quality matches.
“We feel strongly that Super Y League will be an instrumental partner in aiding in the growth of our players in the years ahead."
Among the many notable players to previously come through the CSA Impact United pipeline are current MLS players Justin Morrow (Toronto FC) and Evan Bush (Montreal Impact).
With the club's entry, CSA Impact United becomes the eighth organization to join Super Y League ahead of the 2019 season, with Cedar Stars Academy - Bergen County, Cedar Stars Academy- Hudson Valley, Chicago Rush, CUSA Soccer Club, Massapequa SC, Parsippany SC and Stony Brook SC also set to begin play next year.
A part of United Soccer Leagues, LLC, which also operates the USL Championship, the new professional USL League One and USL League Two – the Super Y League features a summer platform with an annual North American Championship in December.