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Teams

Developing Players Through a Competitive Team Environment

Skyline Elite teams provide advanced player development in highly competitive training and game environments.  Teams are lead by accredited and experienced coaches, who help prepare players to not only compete at the highest levels of youth soccer but also be prepared to participate in the next levels of the game.

Boys and girls teams are formed at every age group from U13 through U18/19.

Boys Teams Girls Teams
  • Team Commitment

    Players commit to participate for the entire year and are expected to participate in all team events during that time.

    • Preseason training begins in August, Typically the second week of August.
    • Fall season concludes around mid-December.
    • Winter indoor league play and team training will begin in January and extend through February.
    • The spring season begins in late February.  (U15-19 teams will have limited play during the springs season, and will focus on college recruiting events during this time period.)
    • Springs season concludes in late May.
    • Summer play is possible for teams that qualify for June National Championship play.

    Players commit to participating for the full year at the time of registration. Exceptions are only made for medical reasons or family relocation.  Players are expected and required to attend all matches, events and team activities to remain in good standing with their respective teams.

  • League Play

    Skyline Elite teams compete in youth national platforms.  Providing players with the opportunity to compete with the best clubs and players in the United States.

    Girls teams compete in the Mid-Atlantic Conference of the Girls Academy (GA).  Currently this conference includes clubs from Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, Eastern Pennsylvania, and Southern New Jersey.  The league schedule will feature home and away matches with each club in the conference spread over the course of both the fall and spring seasons.  Additionally, teams will compete in GA Regional and National Showcase events.

     

    Skyline Elite Boys teams are members of the Mid-Atlantic Conference of the Elite Clubs National League (ECNL).  The conference is composed of 18 clubs from Virginia, Maryland, and North Carolina.  The league schedule matches each club versus one another over the course of the entire year (Fall and Spring).  Additionally, teams will compete in ECNL Regional and National Showcase events.

     

  • Additional Tournament Play

    Both the GA and ECNL offer multiple regional and national showcase events over the course of the year.  In addition to these events, Skyline Elite teams will participate in other regionally or nationally preeminent events.  Skyline Elite staff will consider participation on a team by team basis per year.  Teams should expect to participate in four to five tournament or showcase events per year.

  • Player Fees

    2022-2023 Skyline Elite Annual Registration Fees – $2350

    $1175 due on April 29th
    $1175 due on September 1st

    Annual fees include league registration, insurance, coaching, equipment, showcase and tournament registrations, field maintenance, administration, facility rentals, referees, athletic trainer, performance enhancement, video analysis services, and college recruitment programs.

    Fees do not include uniforms.  Uniforms must be purchased separately via an online ordering system.  Uniform ordering information will be provided to each selected player.  Uniforms may be purchased on a two year cycle.

    There are no refunds after the registration deadline, exceptions are only made for prohibitive injuries or family relocations.

    Those in need of financial assistance should follow the link below.

    Financial Assistance

  • High School Soccer

    Participation with U15 through U19 Skyline Elite teams and high school soccer teams is NOT mutually exclusive, nor should discourage players from playing high school soccer.

    There will be some overlap with high school play in the spring season due to league play with clubs from states that feature fall high school play. Participation on Skyline Elite teams must take at least equal precedence with High School team participation.  Skyline Elite staff will work with local high school programs to mitigate conflicts as much as possible.

     

  • Team Commitment
  • League Play
  • Additional Tournament Play
  • Player Fees
  • High School Soccer

Team Commitment

Players commit to participate for the entire year and are expected to participate in all team events during that time.

  • Preseason training begins in August, Typically the second week of August.
  • Fall season concludes around mid-December.
  • Winter indoor league play and team training will begin in January and extend through February.
  • The spring season begins in late February.  (U15-19 teams will have limited play during the springs season, and will focus on college recruiting events during this time period.)
  • Springs season concludes in late May.
  • Summer play is possible for teams that qualify for June National Championship play.

Players commit to participating for the full year at the time of registration. Exceptions are only made for medical reasons or family relocation.  Players are expected and required to attend all matches, events and team activities to remain in good standing with their respective teams.

League Play

Skyline Elite teams compete in youth national platforms.  Providing players with the opportunity to compete with the best clubs and players in the United States.

Girls teams compete in the Mid-Atlantic Conference of the Girls Academy (GA).  Currently this conference includes clubs from Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, Eastern Pennsylvania, and Southern New Jersey.  The league schedule will feature home and away matches with each club in the conference spread over the course of both the fall and spring seasons.  Additionally, teams will compete in GA Regional and National Showcase events.

 

Skyline Elite Boys teams are members of the Mid-Atlantic Conference of the Elite Clubs National League (ECNL).  The conference is composed of 18 clubs from Virginia, Maryland, and North Carolina.  The league schedule matches each club versus one another over the course of the entire year (Fall and Spring).  Additionally, teams will compete in ECNL Regional and National Showcase events.

 

Additional Tournament Play

Both the GA and ECNL offer multiple regional and national showcase events over the course of the year.  In addition to these events, Skyline Elite teams will participate in other regionally or nationally preeminent events.  Skyline Elite staff will consider participation on a team by team basis per year.  Teams should expect to participate in four to five tournament or showcase events per year.

Player Fees

2022-2023 Skyline Elite Annual Registration Fees – $2350

$1175 due on April 29th
$1175 due on September 1st

Annual fees include league registration, insurance, coaching, equipment, showcase and tournament registrations, field maintenance, administration, facility rentals, referees, athletic trainer, performance enhancement, video analysis services, and college recruitment programs.

Fees do not include uniforms.  Uniforms must be purchased separately via an online ordering system.  Uniform ordering information will be provided to each selected player.  Uniforms may be purchased on a two year cycle.

There are no refunds after the registration deadline, exceptions are only made for prohibitive injuries or family relocations.

Those in need of financial assistance should follow the link below.

Financial Assistance

High School Soccer

Participation with U15 through U19 Skyline Elite teams and high school soccer teams is NOT mutually exclusive, nor should discourage players from playing high school soccer.

There will be some overlap with high school play in the spring season due to league play with clubs from states that feature fall high school play. Participation on Skyline Elite teams must take at least equal precedence with High School team participation.  Skyline Elite staff will work with local high school programs to mitigate conflicts as much as possible.