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Thank you MVLA Families for your support as we recognize Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Almost 400 pink, Cancer Awareness Month t-shirts were sold in less than 48 hours. All proceeds from the t-shirts will be donated to an organization that champions breast cancer research and/or treatment.
MVLA is proud to announce that 9 of its players have been invited to attend the US Soccer Training Center. Congratulations to Stephanie Jung, Sistine Noel, Aaliyah Schinaman and Lauren Zontos from 03G Barca ECNL, Allison Montoya, Leah O'Brien, Charis Toney and Joelle Jung from 04G Barcelona ECNL and Charlotte Kohler from 05G United ECNL. We are very proud of these players and wish them the very best!
About US Soccer Training Centers:
U.S. Soccer Training Centers (TCs) are free, single-day player identification opportunities for players with high potential to train under the direction of U.S. Soccer Technical Advisors. TCs are a critical element to the U.S. Soccer development model and are designed to improve talent identification and evaluation, player development, and coaching development. Approximately 400 regional sessions are conducted per year in key markets throughout the country. U.S. Soccer Training Centers are designed to replicate Youth National Team camps. Only players and coaches are welcome. Parents are not invited to stay and watch the training session. U.S. Soccer’s objective is to create an environment where players take responsibility for their own development. TCs are the pathway to the Youth National Teams. As the National Governing Body of soccer in the United States, and under the auspices of the United States Olympic Committee, we are empowered and charged with developing the teams that represent the United States in all international competitions such as the Olympics and World Cup. The Training Center Program is an integral part of this process.
04B River Plate Green finished 2nd in the Palo Alto Tall Trees Tournament the weekend of September 23-24. After three strong wins (10-0, 6-0 and 4-1) in the preliminary round, the team lost 2-1 to Cupertino FC Flames in the finals. Congratulations River Plate Green and Coach Ken Luis!