The Long Island Soccer Player Hall of Fame has announced the class of 2015 inductees. The founder of the Long Island Soccer Player Hall of Fame, Kevin L. McCrudden, said, “it is a tremendous honor for me to name the Class of 2015 into the Long Island Soccer Player Hall of Fame.read
The New York Red Bulls boast one of the strongest youth programs not just in MLS, but across the country. In addition to finding and developing local players that keep the academy teams near the top of the national rankings, the Red Bulls have demonstrated their commitment to the future of youth soccer in New York and New Jersey. The organization maintains partnerships with over 100 youth soccer programs...read
Following up on announcing Sir Alex Ferguson as the Honorary All-American, Manchester United enhanced its presence at the Convention by providing Tony Strudwick as a clinician. Strudwick's appearance at the NSCAA Convention is sponsored by Kevin Grogan Soccer and MUSCUSA Sport Ventures.
Strudwick is Manchester United's head of athletic development, overseeing the club's youth fitness...read
Each year the soccer community of America treks to Philadelphia for the largest soccer convention in North America. Almost every level of soccer is represented from youth soccer leagues to Major League Soccer and US Soccer.
The Eastern New York Youth Soccer Association (ENYYSA) is one of the largest youth soccer organizations in America, which is made up 11 leagues that include one of the largest youth soccer leagues in America, the Long Island Junior Soccer League (LIJSL)...read
With the second overall pick of the MLS SuperDraft New York City FC selected Oregon State’s Khiry Shelton, the reigning Pac-12 Player of the Year. A 6-foot-3, 175-pound prospect originally from Texas who has played for the Portland Timbers Under-23 team, Shelton rose up the draft boards during his senior year with 10 goals and 12 assists in Corvalis...read