EDP Futures Fall 2022 League Recap


The EDP Futures League is finishing another successful season, with over 400 teams from 131 clubs this Fall. Top clubs and teams from New Jersey and Pennsylvania participated in traditional league play this Fall with each geography including multiple brackets. Across the league, the 53 divisions provided each team a good game every week with limited travel in a professionally-managed league.

“EDP Soccer is pleased to continue to work with top clubs around the Mid Atlantic region and their Zone 1 programming. This league play, supplemented by Festivals for 7U-8U teams, allows clubs different options to navigate their player development. Participating clubs continue to put a greater emphasis on development over results, which is showing in the quality teams in clubs at their older age groups in the top National Leagues,” stated Jen Marcella, EDP Soccer Executive Director of Leagues.


In Pennsylvania, top clubs included: FC Delco, FC Montco, FC Revolution, Hulmeville SC, Keystone FC, Lehigh Valley United, Lower Merion SC, PA Classics, Penn Fusion, PA Rush, Patriot FC, Philadelphia SC, Philadelphia Ukrainian Nationals, Radnor SC, Reading Rage, Upper Dublin, Villanova SA, West-Mont United SA, and more.


In New Jersey, the wide range of top clubs included: AS Junior Elite, Bergen FA, Cedar Stars Academy Bergen, Cedar Stars Academy Monmouth, Cedar Stars Academy Newark, Chatham United, Cheshire SC, Deptford FC, Europa Lions, FC Berna Legacy, FC Copa Academy, Futboltech, Future SA, Hillsborough SC, Ironbound SC, Jackson SC, Kearny Thistle United, Liverpool FCNJ IA, Match Fit FC, Monmouth United, Morris Elite, MSA, NESA, NY Red Bulls, NJ Premier FC, NJ Stallions, NJ Crush, Ocean United, PDA, PDA Hibernian, Princeton FC, PSA Monmouth, PSA North, PSA Princeton, Real Jersey, SC Vistula Garfield. Scotch Plains, SFL, SJEB FC, STA-MOSC, STA-MUSC, Stateline, Steel United, Summit, The Football Academy of NJ, TSF Academy, Valencia SC, Wall Elite, Westfield SA, World Class FC, and more.


405 views