The Elite Clubs National League (ECNL) and US Club Soccer have announced the participants and schedule for the 2019 ECNL National Training Camp taking place July 22-27, 2019 and the ECNL National Training Camp taking place July 26-30, 2019. Both camps will be hosted at the University of Portland in Portland, Oregon.
Approximately 90 additional youth players born in 2004, 2005 and 2006 will be invited to the annual ECNL National Training Camp from July 26-30, 2019. These players will have the opportunity to play with and against the best athletes in the country in their age groups, learn from a staff of some of the country’s top youth coaches.
Kaleigh, Morgan and Rylee will participate in the Camp July 26-30 with the younger age groups while Kinley and Maci will be at Camp July 22-27.
|Kaleigh Mcpherson||Sporting STL 2005 Academy||2024||id2 National Selection|
|Morgan Meador||SLSG MO 2004 ECNL||Marquette||2023|
|Rylee Howard||SLSG MO 2003 ECNL||Lafayette||2022||2004 plays up|
|Kinley Brown||SLSG MO 2003 ECNL||Howell||2022|
|Maci Teater||SLSG MO 2003 ECNL||Holt||2022|
UPDATE: Meador chosen to Best XI for the 04-05 age group (2nd from right, back row)
Here’s a look at our Best XI for the youngers group of ECNL National Training Camp! These athletes let their hard work do the talking throughout camp, battling in training sessions and exhibition games. We couldn’t be more proud of them. Congratulations, girls! #ECNLNTC pic.twitter.com/OvRBhVkp4m
— Elite Clubs National League (@theECNL) July 31, 2019
The 2019 ECNL National Training Camp is a joint effort between the ECNL, U.S. Club Soccer’s id2 National Player Identification and Development Program and Nike. The camp is open to all players regardless of U.S. Soccer affiliation, or lack thereof, and is sanctioned as an Olympic Development Program by US Soccer and the United States Olympic Committee (USOC).
An additional player with local ties, Annalise Cannada just won a U16 girls National title with the Lou Fusz 2003 Blue McKee squad. She continued to play with the team after moving in Fall 2018, participating in their National League games (7-0) and the National Championship series. Meaning she missed the ECNL event due to the conflict. Congratulations Annalise.
Congratulations Annalise Cannada for being invited to the National ECNL training camp in Portland, OR.! Proud to see all the hard work you have put in at Florida Elite Soccer Academy on the national stage!#TheFloridaEliteWay #WeAreFloridaElite @FloridaEliteSA pic.twitter.com/AUr6eugV8x
— Florida Elite Soccer Academy (@FloridaEliteSA) July 24, 2019