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My daughter was invited to the tryout for the 07 RDS teams but not sure because there doesn't seem to be a plan in place for where these teams will play in the future.

Not sure it is worth leaving a current NPL or EDP level team to go to another EDP club that has no pathway set up.
NYCFC just made the exit move out of GDA. No way Red Bullís is going to try now The boys MLS teams will be leaving the DA next year. Thatís when the ***** is really going to hit the fan
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Last year they took 15 kids from RDS to Academy
Across 6 teams. Like someone said, 1-2 every so often. It is not a pathway. The rest of the rosters come from clubs from all over.
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Across 6 teams. Like someone said, 1-2 every so often. It is not a pathway. The rest of the rosters come from clubs from all over.
Across 3 teams! NJ south NJ north and NY
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NYCFC just made the exit move out of GDA. No way Red Bullís is going to try now The boys MLS teams will be leaving the DA next year. Thatís when the ***** is really going to hit the fan
For sure, no way RB do GDA. They were smart to take a wait and see approach, as did almost every other MLS club. Unless they have a female affiliate team it makes no sense for MLS clubs to be in GDA, other than to use the profits to supplement their BDA teams. NYCFC wasn't free. Having girls teams that play in whatever league is also just another way to beef up profits, maybe get a few female fans, but it will never be a serious focus for them
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For sure, no way RB do GDA. They were smart to take a wait and see approach, as did almost every other MLS club. Unless they have a female affiliate team it makes no sense for MLS clubs to be in GDA, other than to use the profits to supplement their BDA teams. NYCFC wasn't free. Having girls teams that play in whatever league is also just another way to beef up profits, maybe get a few female fans, but it will never be a serious focus for them
Why just female fans? We cant teach our sons to support a club that is supportive of the women's game?
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Across 3 teams! NJ south NJ north and NY
Red Bulls have 6 academy teams numbnuts - U12 13, 14, 15, 16/17 and 18/19. So on average each RB DA team has maybe 3 players from RDS, and it's probably heavily skewed to the younger ages where many won't make the cut over time.
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Why just female fans? We cant teach our sons to support a club that is supportive of the women's game?
lol. watching girls soccer is painful. good luck with that. maybe someday it will be like the wnba.
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lol. watching girls soccer is painful. good luck with that. maybe someday it will be like the wnba.
Female fans for the first team, dummy. Don't you realize that females watch men's pro soccer?
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Why just female fans? We cant teach our sons to support a club that is supportive of the women's game?
But they aren't supportive of girls. Just having a few token girls teams isn't being supportive of the women's game. Treating them equally would be. USSF doesn't even treat the WNT the same as the men's.
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But they aren't supportive of girls. Just having a few token girls teams isn't being supportive of the women's game. Treating them equally would be. USSF doesn't even treat the WNT the same as the men's.
What are the clubs associated with pro teams?

red bulls
nycfc
nysc
maybe barca or valencia

of all of those - do any do anything for girls soccer or the women's game that would influence you to support their first team?
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