Crossfire Premier Ranked Among Nation’s
Top Clubs By Soccer America

Redmond’s Crossfire Premier received a high honor in January when Soccer America released its annual rankings of the top youth soccer clubs in America. Both Crossfire’s boys and girls programs were ranked among the nation’s top-20 clubs, with the Crossfire girls ranking 18th and the boys 19th.

Only five clubs in the nation saw both its boys and girls programs included in the top-20. Seven of the top-20 boys clubs are MLS Academy programs, meaning Crossfire’s boys rank 12th nationally among traditional clubs.

Soccer America annually selects the top-30 clubs based on success of their teams in national youth competitions over the last three years (2010-12) and the selection of their current players to national youth teams and other national youth events in 2012.

Crossfire currently features a number of players on Division-I college rosters, including U.S. U-20 midfielder Isabel Farrell and former U-20 star Lindsey Elston, each of whom play for the University of Washington.

Congratulations to Crossfire on this outstanding achievement!

About Crossfire Premier

Based in Redmond, Crossfire Premier (affiliated with Lake Washington Youth Soccer Association) provides professional training and player development to qualified players to assist them in advancing to play at the highest levels available in the state. Many of the local varsity high school and college teams are comprised of players who have demonstrated their ability to improve their skills and tactics through Crossfire Premier. Crossfire Premier coaching has produced players who have competed for Division-I colleges, National Residency Programs, U.S. Soccer National teams and pools (U15-U20), and launched careers in the U.S. and European leagues. There are truly no limits with Crossfire. Learn more at crossfiresoccer.org

About the RCL

Washington Youth Soccer’s Regional Club League (RCL), presented by Chipotle, is comprised of the top 20 clubs in the state and provides the highest level league play and player development. The RCL features flexibility in scheduling, the highest competitive level of play for teams in Washington Youth Soccer, and a commitment to development for each individual player. Learn more at washingtonyouthsoccer.org/leagues/regional_club_league/

Washington Youth Soccer

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1-877-424-4318 (Toll Free) • (253) 4-SOCCER (476-2237)

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