CCL Clubs Sweep VYSA State Cup!

Charlottesville, VA (May 22, 2017) – In unprecedented fashion, CCL clubs won all six (6) Virginia Youth Soccer Association (VYSA) Spring State Cup Championships.

Arlington Soccer Association were able to take home three (3) Championships in the 13 Girls, 13 Boys and 12 Boys age groups.  They almost took home a fourth and lost in penalty kicks to fellow CCL club, LMVSC Patriots Red 04, in the 14 Boys age group.

CCL clubs Loudoun Soccer won the 12 Girls age group while BRYC Elite won the 13 Girls age group.

“All of the Finals matches were very competitive and all players and coaches should be extremely proud of playing in a State Cup Final.  Virginia is arguably one of the most difficult states in US Youth Soccer to win a State Cup.  We have now seen this enormous VYSA State Cup success for the past three years and believe strongly that the CCL matchday environment is bringing out the best in CCL teams to help them succeed in the most difficult matches locally, regionally and nationally.  We are so proud of our CCL clubs,” said Brian Kuk, CCL Executive Director.

This year also marks the most VYSA State Cup Championships ever won by CCL clubs, 14 of 16 total.  Click here to see the complete list.

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The Club Champions League (CCL) is the best regional soccer league in the United States.  As the destination for the college bound soccer player, the CCL strives to activate and accelerate youth soccer development through its club-centric, technical director-driven model.  The CCL provides superior competition, offers programming for ages eight to twenty-three, and consists of the top youth soccer clubs in Virginia, Maryland and Washington, D.C.  For more information about the Club Champions League, please visit

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