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All players must register within 72 hours of these rosters being posted. You will also need to make your first registration payment.
Please click here to register. All WCDA players are to register in the South Competitive Program with the Copa WCDA team of their age accepted to.
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We will be hosting our annual WCDA Tryouts on July 24, July 25 and July 26. Any players interested in making a WCDA team should come to all 3 tryouts.
The WCDA High School Tryouts are open to all players and it is NOT by invite only. Anyone can tryout.
Tuesday, July 24 at Gates South Complex 6-8pm
Wednesday, July 25 at Open Spaces Complex 6-8pm
Thursday, July 26 at Gates South Complex 6-8pm
We encourage all players interested to come out and attend the tryouts
The Colorado Storm WCDA teams traveled out to the Thanksgiving Showcase over the holiday and performed well. On Saturday evening, the club had 4 players, (Brandon Smith, Clyde Glastatter, Matt Kagie, and Dallin Perez) who participated in the all-star game composed of high school seniors from all 26 clubs.
Check out the Results
U15 Boys Finished 2-1-0
U16 Boys Finished 2-1-0
U17 Boys Finished 1-2-0
U18 Boys Finished 0-2-1
SEATTLE (June 14, 2010) – A new premier youth soccer program focused on established, elite clubs delivering consistent, high-quality competition and college readiness services for its members launches today. Twenty-four youth soccer clubs across the western United States have formed the Western College Development Association, which debuts this summer with teams representing clubs in Washington, Oregon, California, Arizona, New Mexico, Utah, Nevada and Colorado.
A primary objective of the WCDA is to provide consistent high-quality competition and enhanced college readiness opportunities for their elite soccer players. The Association will also provide an improved scouting environment for college coaches by bringing all of the teams together for a showcase event in Las Vegas, Nevada in November, 2010. In addition, the WCDA is creating a College Advisory Board composed of coaches from Division I, II and III soccer programs who will provide guidance and direction over the college readiness component of the Association.
Association clubs were chosen by the WCDA’s Soccer Advisory Board based on a number of criteria, including a club’s history of elite youth player development and past success in elite competitions. The WCDA’s website, located at www.westerncda.com, will be live on June 25, 2010.
The WCDA is a supplemental program, and member teams will continue to play in other leagues, tournaments and State Cup competitions. Players will also be able to participate on their high school teams.
"I'm very excited about the establishment of the Western College Development Association,” said Bernie James, Director of Coaching at Crossfire Premier. One of our motivating factors is to provide a higher level of competition for our players who are not participating in the USSF Development Academy. Participation in the WCDA will provide the tools and the opportunity for our players to achieve their goals and advance their soccer careers, hopefully on the way to the college program of their choice."
Noah Gins, Technical Director, Albion SC, added, “The WCDA is forward thinking and it has brought top clubs together to continue advancing players and showcase the top clubs in the region. The opportunities our players will get from being part of this program will open doors that otherwise would not be open and enhance our players’ chances of college recruitment. We look forward to being part of this inaugural year and helping this league gain some great momentum.”
The WCDA has been divided into 3 conferences comprised of 8 teams. Conferences are further divided into 6 groups based on geographic proximity. Schedules are crafted to minimize travel costs for families. Association teams will play 16 matches across a complete season with the winner of each conference and one wildcard participating in the annual Association Finals in June, 2011 at 60 Acres in Redmond, Washington.
‘The Soccer Advisory Board’s desire is to make every effort to use this unique, cooperative relationship to increase the profile of each club, and we look forward to a long and mutually prosperous relationship among our member clubs,” said Greg Ion. “We're creating a solid foundation. We're going to have a first-class college prep infrastructure and a support system that caters to the clubs and their member families."
Evergreen Conference: Eastside United F.C., F.C. Portland, Crossfire Premier, Washington Premier F.C., San Juan Soccer Club, Placer United Soccer Club, Marin F.C., DeAnza Force Soccer Club
Mountain Conference: Neusport F.C., Downtown Las Vegas Soccer Club, Sparta United, La Roca Futbol Club, Rio Vista Football Club, New Mexico Rush Soccer Club, Real Colorado, Colorado Storm Soccer Club
Pacific Conference: West Coast Futbol Club, F.C. San Diego, Albion SC, Sereno Soccer Club, SC del Sol, Carlsbad Lightning Soccer Club, Fullerton Rangers Soccer Club
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July 27-29, 2012
November 23-25, 2012
Showcase in Las Vegas
February 16-18, 2013
Showcase in Phoenix