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ENY National League Conference Qualifier




ENY National League Conference Qualifier to Launch in Spring 2024

The Eastern New York Youth Soccer Association (ENYYSA) regrets that we could not fill the divisions so the ENY National League Conference Qualifier (ENYNLCQ) will not kick off this spring.

With a better understanding of the marketplace and more time to prepare, we look forward to launching the ENYNLCQ next spring for the top teams in Eastern New York.

Any questions should be directed to the ENYYSA office at 516-766-0849.



League Registration Fee: $500


The ENY National League Conference Qualifier is available for Boys and Girls teams in the U12 -U13 age groups.

Each age group will consist of between 8 to 10 teams and will provide teams with qualification opportunities to the USYS North Atlantic Conference or USYS Mid-Atlantic Conference.

The National League Conferences present teams with a chance to earn their place into National League P.R.O., which annually provides top league finishers with direct qualification to the USYS National Championships.

 "It is important we provide more opportunities for players to earn their place in the National League Conferences. The ENY National League Conference Qualifier will not only localize play but also ensure the right competition and game day" said Simon Collins, USYS National League Commissioner. 

"In a very confusing landscape, Eastern New York Youth State Association feels the time is right to unite the nonmember clubs to provide elevated opportunities for their teams and players," explained Managing Director Jim Vogt.

“There are times that players or clubs are not afforded the same opportunities by the unification of all the leagues, we hope to provide a team access to the next level based on their performance on the field.”