RICHMOND, VA. — The Elite Clubs National League (ECNL) has added new programs to enhance player experience, as it celebrates its 11th season of girls competition and third season of boys competition.
The ECNL will roll out a series of More Than A League programs to support players in the ECNL and communities across America.
Under the banners of Leaders Play Here for the girls and Always Be More for the boys, the ECNL will introduce new offerings throughout the season that are designed to elevate the game for its players and support the needs and development of all youth soccer players.
With its male and female competition, the ECNL includes clubs and teams from more than 30 states and will field more than 20,000 players between the ages of 12 to19 during the 2019-2020 season. ECNL Girls began in 2009 while ECNL Boys was founded in 2017.
For more, go to eliteclubsnationalleague.com.