The EDP Foundation partners with colleges and universities with state-of-the-art soccer facilities to provide realistic game-day experience to help players prepare for playing in college, and increase their opportunities to connect with college coaches.
Players and their parents also have the opportunity to participate in 30 to 60-minute informative sessions with coaches from host colleges. Attendees can interact and learn first-hand from college coaches and participating college players onsite. At these focused events, EDP Foundation staff and coaches will discuss the value of pursuing professional careers after high school through higher education options at a technical or trade school, and public or private community colleges and universities.
In addition, attendees will have the opportunity to learn more about the overall college soccer environment and engage directly with coaches in a Q&A session. Coaches will share tips and insights on how to apply to college, balance the pressures of athletics and academics, and enhance their success during the college recruiting process.
There is no cost for club/team participation. Facilities are provided by partner colleges and each event is made possible by the collaboration of EDP Soccer and the EDP Foundation. Selection criteria and eligibility is at the sole determination of the EDP Foundation Board with recommendations and advisement provided by EDP Soccer.
Clubs, Teams, and College Coaches: If interested in participating, you can apply via email. Please send details and contact information to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
EDP, one of the country’s largest leagues with nearly 5,000 teams located on the east coast of the United States, has entered into a long-term agreement with US Youth Soccer to manage four National League conferences in the East Region.
EDP strives to attain a level of performance above industry standard for league and tournament administrators. EDP offers clubs a strong competitive league bracket with minimal travel, developmentally-appropriate opposition and a maximum average goal differential of 2.0. The goal of the league is to provide a ‘Good Game Every Week’ in order to maintain elite performance standards amongst young players from U9-U23.
April 7, 2019 – Washington College, MD: 3 Games – U16, U17 & U18 Boys
May 5, 2019 – Hood College, MD: 3 Games – U17 Girls, U18 Boys & U18 Boys
June 2, 2019 – Drew University, NJ: 3 Games – U17 Girls, U17 Girls & U18 Girls
9 games, 18 teams (10 boys teams and 8 girls teams)
180 boys and 144 girls (18 per team) = 324 players benefitted
June 3, 2018 – Rowan University: U16 Boys, U17 Girls, and U18 Boys
6 teams (18 per team) = 108 players benefitted
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April 4, 2017 – Mount St. Mary’s College: 2 – U17 Girls
April 23, 2017 – Bloomsburg University: U15 Boys & U16 Girls
8 teams (18 per team) = 144 players benefitted
|Time||Age Group||Gender||Participating Teams||Game #|
|10AM-12PM||U16||Boys||Hulmeville SC Hornets v West-Mont United SA Premier White ’02||#4993|
|12PM-2PM||U18||Girls||Toms River Independent SC Revolution v B’Elite Player Development SC Chaos 2000||#10263|
|2PM-4PM||U17||Boys||Jackson SC Bayern v Future Player Academy FPA Premier 2001B||#5197|
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