Tennessee SC Joins Boys Club Championship League
[BOYS CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP] A new national boys competition was launched with the formation of the 24-club Boys Club Championship competing in four age groups and sanctioned by the United States Specialty Sports Association (USSSA). Tennessee Soccer Club will enter boy’s teams in the U15, U16, U17 and U18 age groups.
"Outside of the U.S. Soccer Development Academy, this new league will feature some of the strongest boys clubs in the country”, said Executive Director of Coaching, Stuart Brown. "We feel that the BCC will provide our club the competition they require on a consistent basis. Along with the same mindset of USDA (United States Development Academy) and ECNL (Elite Clubs National League) we are always looking to bring in the best talent to represent our club. We foresee many college coaches attending the BCC events, especially since this league will be featured in a separate division at the Disney Showcase in Orlando, Fl.”
Clubs that will compete in the Boys Club Championship include Ohio Elite, FC Virginia, Slammers FC, Fullerton Rangers, LA Premier, Albion SC, Gwinnett Soccer Association (Ga.), Birmingham United Soccer Association (Ala.), Maryland United, FC Bucks (Pa.), and Waza (Mich.).
"We are excited to be a part of the BCC as it will continue to set our club apart from others in our area and state. Being the a member of the BCC is a great honor and brings Tennessee SC one step closer to having representation within all high level leagues of soccer (i.e. ECNL and USDA) in the Nation.” said Kevin Burk, Executive Director. “Our boys Director of Coaching Sandy Pollock has been instrumental in bringing this opportunity to our Club.”
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About Tennessee Soccer Club
Tennessee Soccer Club administers a select soccer program that provides a format for the youth player wishing to receive advanced soccer training and competition. Through participation in the Tennessee Soccer Club, players will be given the opportunity to improve their individual and team soccer skills, compete against other skilled players, are eligible for the state, regional, and national Olympic Development Programs (ODP), and improve their chances of playing for their middle school, high school, and college soccer teams.