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Super Y


What is Super Y?

Founded in 1999, Super Y is a nation-wide youth summer league operated by the United Soccer League (USL), which is the largest organization of elite soccer leagues in North America. Affiliated with US Soccer, the Super Y League contains the youth academies of Major League Soccer clubs, USL PRO clubs, Premier Development League and W-League clubs. Divisions within Super Y are organized geographically, and membership in the league is limited to only a few elite programs to ensure strong competition.

The Super Y League also has its own ODP Identification Program that has opened countless doors for players to be identified for U.S. National Team Programs. The Super Y League provides a valuable platform for the most committed players to have the opportunity to continue to develop their play during the summer months.

It should be noted that Super Y teams are totally separate from DC Soccer Club Travel teams that participate in the usual Fall, Winter and Spring schedule. All Super Y teams are formed to play together in the summer months only, with the exception of the North American Finals*, and usually consist of DC Soccer Club players from various teams as well as players committed to other clubs.

* Teams that receive a bid to the North American Finals (NAF) are required to attend. The finals typically take place in FL in December.

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* If a player does not currently play for DC Soccer Club, they must first create an account in Sports Engine.

Once the account is created they can proceed to registration link below.

To create an account:

1. Click on the registration button.
2. Select "Create New User Account" and follow the instructions. IMPORTANT: You must enter the Parent's contact information when creating your account, not the Player's.

In order for DC Soccer Club to register players with the Super Y League, there are several documents that must be submitted by each selected player.