• Boys 13U WNPL Wenatchee FC B05 Sito
• Girls 13U WNPL ISC Gunners G05
• Boys 14U WNPL ISC Gunners B04A Blue
• Girls 14U WNPL FPSC Fury G04 Black
• Boys 15U WNPL Wenatchee FC B03 Black-McCourtie
• Boys 16U WNPL CWSA B02 Navy Cuevas
• Boys 17U WNPL UNITED SC Aguilitas 01
• Boys 18U WNPL CWSA B00 Grey A. Cuevas
• Boys 19U WNPL UNITED SC Wenatchee United
The NPL Finals – formerly known as the NPL Champions Cup – features the champions of NPLs across the United States among 13-U through 18/19-U boys and girls age groups. Teams play group games before advancing to knock-out rounds to determine the NPL champion in every age group.
The 2018 NPL Finals will be held in a few phases from late June to mid-July:
- 2018 Girls NPL Finals (13-U through 19-U age groups): July 12-16 at Aurora Sports Park in Aurora, Colo.
- 2018 Boys Eastern NPL Finals (15-U, 16-U and 17-U age groups): June 29-July 3 at Progin Park in Lancaster, Mass.
- 2018 Boys Western NPL Finals (15-U, 16-U and 17-U age groups): June 29-July 3 at Surf Cup Sports Park in San Diego, Calif.
- 2018 Boys 19-U NPL Finals (only 19-U age group): June 29-July 3 at Progin Park in Lancaster, Mass.
- 2018 boys 13-U and 14-U NPL qualifiers will advance to the National Cup XVII Finals, to be held July 20-24 at Aurora Sports Park in Aurora, Colo.
The NPL is a national competition platform created to elevate and change the competitive youth soccer landscape by:
- extending developmental principles espoused by U.S. Soccer into more age groups and clubs
- linking competition with player development and identification platforms
- providing meaningful weekly competition culminating in the NPL Finals
NPLs are leagues unified under one national competition platform and based on a common technical framework.
More specifically, the NPL provides a platform:
- focused on long-term player development
- for the country’s top soccer clubs, allowing consistent, meaningful high-level games appropriately scheduled with higher training-to-game ratios and eliminate calendar congestion
- integrated with the id² Program, which includes Player Development Programs (PDPs) in select local markets, and that works closely with U.S. Soccer staff regarding player identification, and player and coach development
- designed and structured by the clubs, based on the needs of the clubs
- that provides an avenue for qualification for the NPL Finals
NPL website: www.nationalpremierleagues.com