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Major League Soccer adds 19 clubs to elite player development platform

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Major League Soccer announced on Tuesday the addition of 19 youth soccer clubs from across the United States into its newly created elite youth development platform, taking the total number of participating academies to 113 and encompassing over 11,000 players.

Now included in the participating clubs are 30 professional MLS academies, 5 USL academies and 78 additional elite academies. The platform launched in May after the U.S. Soccer Development Academy was shut down, with MLS taking the lead in elite youth development in the United States and Canada.

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Presidio Soccer League and SDDA
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DIANE SCAVUZZO JUNE 4, 2014

Presidio Soccer League and SDDA Provide the Right Environments for San Diego Youth Soccer Clubs
What is the difference between these two youth soccer leagues in Cal South?

When Rene Miramontes and Paolo Landini helped launched the San Diego Developmental Academy (SDDA), with assistance from Directors of Coaching Sami Nedjar (SD United), ChaCha Namdar (Scripps SC) and Frank Zimmerman (Oceanside Breakers) and support from the Presidio Soccer League, some wondered why Southern California needed with another youth soccer league. One year later, the success of SDDA is abundantly clear, but questions linger as to the differences between the two leagues in San Diego County.

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SAN DIEGO SURF NPL 2005 VS ALBION SC NPL 2005
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DATE: Sunday, March 17,2019
TIME: 11:00AM
LOCATION: SURF CUP SPORTS PARK #8
14989 Via De La Valle Del Mar, CA 92014
SAN DIEGO NOMADS SOCCER CLUB & ACADEMY
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The Nomads Soccer Club was established in La Jolla some time between 1974 and 1976 by Joe Hollow, Jeff Barns and Tony Lees. In 1981 Derek Armstrong our current Director of Coaching was hired to professionalize the Club at a time where other Clubs had volunteer parent coaches.

On average we have no more than 11 boys teams ages 8-19, one team at each age group. We have purposely kept the Club small so that we can concentrate on providing opportunities to the most talented players. We do not offer a girls program or a recreational program. We are working on adding a Futsal program later in 2018.

Our home field, Kinsell Field at the Hickman Youth Athletic Complex, was built by private donations coordinated by Jeff Kinsell in 1996, this field is considered "professional standard" and has been maintained all these years by the Nomads.

Nomads players consistently graduate from all the major colleges in the nation, having no less than five (5) captains of Yale University...
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