White Plains Youth Soccer Association has joined the NCE Soccer Club Partnership Program.

The New York-based Youth Soccer Association are the first to sign to our exciting club partnership program.

It means they will have access to our coaching programs and resources – all designed to help their players improve as individuals.


White Plains Director of Coaching, Alejandro Galeano, said: “We’re really pleased to announce this partnership with NCE.

“Many of our players have benefitted from involvement with their training programs and their offer to help us as an organization was very welcome.

“The resources that NCE have, particularly on the coach education and college recruitment side, are really important for a club like our own and we’re looking forward to working with them.”

White Plains Youth Soccer is a not-for-profit organization with more than 450 junior members from Westchester, the Bronx and Putnam County, NY.

They have 30 teams ranging from boys and girls under 8s right through to Under 18s playing in a variety of leagues on the East Coast.

They provide age-appropriate training and development to a wide group of players, including providing support for those families who may not otherwise have the financial stability to afford soccer coaching.

The link-up with NCE Soccer will also provide an opportunity for their best players to be spotted and invited to tryout for our supplementary coaching programs.

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NCE Soccer Business Development Manager Nick Dunbar, said: “We are delighted to welcome White Plains to the NCE Club Partnership Program.

“We have been talking to a number of clubs and we are looking forward to working with them to help them develop.

“We have the expertise, we have the resources, the experience, and contacts and our aim is to ensure the standards of youth soccer in the US improve across the board.”

NCE Soccer announced details of the Club Partnership Program ahead of the opening of the Fall coaching season.

The NCE Soccer Club Partnership Program will be made freely available to junior clubs with three main focuses of the program to include ‘Club Development’, ‘Coach Development’, and ‘Player Development’.

It will include access to Zone 1, COE and College ID programs, as well as a comprehensive coach education program, player development initiatives, and access to NCE resources that can aid overall club development.

* To discuss the NCE Soccer Club Partnership program further get in touch with Nick via this link or email [email protected] for further details.