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71 Teams to Kick Off Play in ENYYSA Premier League in March

By Randy Vogt, Director of Public Relations, Eastern New York Youth Soccer Association
February 28, 2013-The Eastern New York Youth Soccer Association (ENYYSA) is very pleased to announce that 71 Premier teams––41 boys teams and 30 girls squads from Under-12 to Under-18––will be kicking off the ENYYSA Premier League season in March. Opening day is Saturday, March 23 and teams all over Eastern New York––from Suffolk County, Long Island to the Albany area––will be playing this spring until the season concludes in June. Unlike some other Premier Leagues, ENYYSA Premier League teams play only one game per day. In addition, they play one game per weekend when possible.
24 teams are coming from the East Hudson Youth Soccer League, 20 teams from the Long Island Junior Soccer League, nine teams from the Westchester Youth Soccer League, seven teams each from the Capital District Youth Soccer League and Cosmopolitan Junior Soccer League, two teams from the Central New York State Soccer League and one team each from the Hudson Valley Youth Soccer League and Metrokids Interregional Soccer League.
The all-star line-up of ENYYSA Premier League teams:
Boys-Under-12 Division
Rising Stars United (Central New York State Soccer League)
LaGrange Red Raiders (East Hudson Youth Soccer League)
Warwick Team Primo (East Hudson Youth Soccer League)
Westchester Flames (Cosmopolitan Junior Soccer League)
Bayport Tsunami (Long Island Junior Soccer League)
Farmingdale Fury (Long Island Junior Soccer League)
Boys-Under-13 Division
Alleycats Bobcats (Capital District Youth Soccer League)
Beacon Burn ‘00 (East Hudson Youth Soccer League)
Pleasant Valley Cobras (East Hudson Youth Soccer League)
Yonkers United Golden Touch United (Westchester Youth Soccer League)
BW Gottschee Boys 99 Blue (Cosmopolitan Junior Soccer League)
Westchester Flames 99 (Cosmopolitan Junior Soccer League)
Staten Island United Gunners (Cosmopolitan Junior Soccer League)
Elmont Retro Milan (Long Island Junior Soccer League)
Levittown Rage (Long Island Junior Soccer League)
Boys-Under-14 Division
Alleycats Lions (Capital District Youth Soccer League)
East Fishkill Rampage (East Hudson Youth Soccer League)
La Grange Storm (East Hudson Youth Soccer League)
FC Somers Razors (Westchester Youth Soccer League)
Boys-Under-15 Division
Alleycats Crush (Capital District Youth Soccer League)
Yonkers United Celtics (Westchester Youth Soccer League)
Academia Argentina AA Xeneizes (Metrokids Interegional Soccer League)
Chelsea Piers Real (Cosmopolitan Junior Soccer League)
Hauppauge Blue Devils (Long Island Junior Soccer League)
Sachem United (Long Island Junior Soccer League)
Boys-Under-16 Division
Alleycats Straycats (Capital District Youth Soccer League)
Shrub Oak Rebels (East Hudson Youth Soccer League)
Commack Academy 96 (Long Island Junior Soccer League)
Hicksville Elite (Long Island Junior Soccer League)
Boys-Under-17 Division
Carmel United White Arsenal (East Hudson Youth Soccer League)
Wallkill Flames (East Hudson Youth Soccer League)
Manhattan Red Bulls (Westchester Youth Soccer League)
New York Fusion Blaugrana 96 (Westchester Youth Soccer League)
White Plains Rockets (Westchester Youth Soccer League)
Carle Place Fireballs (Long Island Junior Soccer League)
Lake Grove Thunder (Long Island Junior Soccer League)
Boys-Under-18 Division
Alleycats Cougars (Capital District Youth Soccer League)
Westchester Flames ‘94 (Cosmopolitan Junior Soccer League)
Dover Dreamers (East Hudson Youth Soccer League)
Hyde Park Lightning (East Hudson Youth Soccer League)
Deer Park Warriors (Long Island Junior Soccer League)
Girls-Under-12 Division
Alleycats 12 Girls Red (Capital District Youth Soccer League)
Rising Stars Intensity (Central New York State Soccer League)
LaGrange Blazers (East Hudson Youth Soccer League)
Dix Hills Dynamite White (Long Island Junior Soccer League)
Smithtown Crimson Tide (Long Island Junior Soccer League)
Girls-Under-13 Division
LaGrange Chargers (East Hudson Youth Soccer League)
Nirvana Dream (East Hudson Youth Soccer League)
Manhattan Albion (Westchester Youth Soccer League)
South Merrick Lady Cyclones (Long Island Junior Soccer League)
Girls-Under-14 Division
East Fishkill Power (East Hudson Youth Soccer League)
Manhattan Girls Premier Courage (Westchester Youth Soccer League)
Farmingdale Shamrocks (Long Island Junior Soccer League)
Garden City Wildcats (Long Island Junior Soccer League)
Girls-Under-15 Division
Kingston Burn (East Hudson Youth Soccer League)
Mahopac Wildcats (East Hudson Youth Soccer League)
Quickstrike FC 98’s (Hudson Valley Youth Soccer League)
Gotham Girls Bulldogs (Westchester Youth Soccer League)
Manhattan Kickers Girls 98 Red (Cosmopolitan Junior Soccer League)
East Meadow Stingrays (Long Island Junior Soccer League)
Plainview/Old Bethpage Lightning (Long Island Junior Soccer League)
Girls-Under-18 Division
Alleycats Ocelots (Capital District Youth Soccer League)
Cortlandt Venom (East Hudson Youth Soccer League)
Cornwall United Sabres Team Primo (East Hudson Youth Soccer League)
Kingston Warriors (East Hudson Youth Soccer League)
LaGrange Pride (East Hudson Youth Soccer League)
Middlepath FC Lions Elite (East Hudson Youth Soccer League)
Poughkeepsie Hot Shots (East Hudson Youth Soccer League)
Wappingers United Eagles (East Hudson Youth Soccer League)
Bayport Lady Hurricanes (Long Island Junior Soccer League)
Garden City Sparks (Long Island Junior Soccer League)
"We are very excited to kick off the 2013 ENYYSA Premier League season on the weekend of March 23rd and 24th," commented ENYYSA Premier League Director Steve Padaetz. "This year’s diversified competition features teams from across Eastern New York, including teams from eight different member league programs."
The winner of each division automatically qualifies for entry into the Northeast Regional Premier League (NERP) in 2014.
With 123,843 youth soccer players––68,587 boys and 55,256 girls––and more than 25,000 volunteers, the non-profit Eastern New York Youth Soccer Association (ENYYSA) stretches from Montauk Point, Long Island to the Canadian border. Members are affiliated with 12 leagues throughout the association, which covers the entire state of New York east of Route 81. ENYYSA exists to promote and enhance the game of soccer for children and teenagers between the ages of 5 and 19 years old, and to encourage the healthy development of youth players, coaches, referees and administrators. All levels of soccer are offered––from intramural, travel team and premier players as well as Special Children. No child who wants to play soccer is turned away. ENYYSA is a proud member of the United States Soccer Federation and United States Youth Soccer Association. For more information, please log on to, which receives nearly 300,000 hits annually from the growing soccer community.



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