Puget Sound Premier League to host PDP for region’s top players in August

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Puget Sound Premier League to host PDP for region’s top players in August

About PDPs

The Puget Sound Premier League is preparing to host a Player Development Program (PDP), Aug. 25 at Eastlake Community Field #1 in Sammamish, Wash.

In alignment with the current id2 scouting priorities, this PDP will feature about 30 boys born in 2005 and 30 girls born in 2004-05 with the top performers being considered for potential invitations to US Club Soccer’s id2 Training Camp in December in Arizona.

“We are excited to host a PDP event for our promising young players across the Northwest,” said Puget Sound Premier League President Stanley Holmes. “Organizing the PDP is part of our commitment to raising our NPL standards and to focusing on player’s first. This is a wonderful opportunity for some of our best young talent to see if they can make it to the next level.”

PDPs are identification and development programs conducted within the id2 Program umbrella. Consistent with US Club Soccer’s philosophy that identification and development should be free to players, there is no cost to players. PDPs are approved as an Olympic Development Program by the United States Olympic Committee and U.S. Soccer Federation.

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Anchored by Players First and its five pillars of Club Development, Coaching Development, Player Development, Parent Engagement & Education and Player Health & Safety, US Club Soccer offers registration, league- and cup-based competition platforms, player identification and a variety of other programming, resources and services.

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