SUSA FC Accepted Into Women’s Premier Soccer League
HAUPPAUGE, NEW YORK – SUSA FC is proud to announce that it has been accepted into the Women’s Premier Soccer League for the summer of 2018.
The WPSL has played since 1998 and is an independent national league with its main focus on the development of highly competitive premier women’s soccer teams and its players. The league has over 100 teams participating from all over the United States and will provide current SUSA FC youth players, alumni as well as players all across Long Island a professional environment to continue to play the beautiful game.
“SUSA FC has grown in the last 24 months into the biggest youth academy in New York providing players with a true educational, professional and unique environment to grow as players as well as people,” SUSA FC Founder and President Moussa Sy said. “Over the last couple of months we have won a national championship, had two national finalists as well as a national semifinalist in our girls program. In addition to that, our alumni have had numerous college awards, accomplishments at all levels of the collegiate game.
“It’s a natural progression for the club to provide its most talented players with an opportunity to play at the highest level in the United States under the NWSL. We look forward to seeing the competitive team we assemble for our inaugural WPSL 2018 season.”
SUSA FC was established in 2001 and has since provided a consistent program in soccer training and development to top Long Island student-athletes throughout the years. SUSA FC has also produced many elite soccer players that have gone on to have successful college careers throughout the United States at hundreds of universities and colleges.
SUSA FC will be conducting tryouts for players come January for our newly formed women’s team, as well as our U23 and U20 teams that participate in our organization over the summer. Dates for tryouts will be announced in the near future and we ask all players prior to the tryouts to complete an evaluation form here.
“The addition of the WPSL team to our club model is a strong step in furthering the development of and connection between our elite youth players, college players, and Long Island’s finest female soccer players,” said Ron Alber, girls director of coaching.
The Women’s Premier Soccer League (WPSL) is a national women’s soccer league divided into regional conferences. The playing pool consists of both collegiate and professional players providing a platform for the nation’s most talented female soccer players to perform. WPSL is the largest women’s soccer league in the world with more than 100 clubs.