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The US Youth Soccer National League is excited to announced that ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex at Walt Disney World Resort near Orlando, Fla., will host the 15U-19U teams’ first national event of the upcoming National League P.R.O. season. More than 200 elite boys and girls teams in the 15U-19U age groups will compete in early-season matches in December.

Key Dates:

  • Dec. 3-5, 2021 – 15U-17U BOYS (3 games per team)
  • Dec. 4-6, 2021 – 18U-19U BOYS (3 games per team)
  • Dec. 10-12, 2021– 15U-17U GIRLS (3 games per team)
  • Dec. 11-13, 2021 – 18U-19U GIRLS (3 games per team)

“We are very excited to work with ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex — one of the premier sites for amateur sports in the nation — to host all of the 15U-19U teams as they kick off their National League P.R.O. season,” said Chris Webb, Director of Operations & Event Management for USYS. “We have no doubt that this setting will provide a great atmosphere for the high-level competition, and all attendees will have memorable experiences to take away from the event.”

The USYS National League P.R.O. event this winter builds on the growing portfolio of youth soccer events at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex, which underscore the Central Florida area’s standing as a premier destination for soccer. Each year, a wide variety of professional, amateur and youth soccer events take place throughout Central Florida.

“Any sports facility would love to host a prestigious event such as the USYS National League P.R.O. season, so that’s why we’re thrilled to have the first games of the season at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex,’’ said Disney Sports vice president Faron Kelley. “This event aligns perfectly with our growing list of soccer events, creating even more opportunities for America’s youth soccer players to make their youth sports dreams come true.’’

 

 

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