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The GA is the leading youth development platform for the best female soccer players in the United States, which includes 7 conferences, 80+ clubs and over 8,000+ players across the nation.

The GA is the national youth soccer platform that actively engages the voice of the players and clubs to take real ownership in the GA. This collaborative philosophy creates a culture guided by a shared set of core values, which produces an unparalleled experience uniquely designed in the best interest of the players. The GA embraces the desire of club members and GA players alike to maintain an unrivaled standard of excellence in coaching, competition, and regional and national showcase events throughout the year.

The GA is committed to cultivating an environment that empowers each player to reach their best potential as an exceptional athlete and human being by celebrating the player’s journey with a lifelong love of the game through competition, showcases, and camaraderie.




  • Northwest: FC Bay Area Surf & Lamorinda Soccer Club
  • Frontier: Colorado Rush & Houston Dash
  • Mid-America: Nationals & Cincinnati United Premier
  • Mid-Atlantic: TSJ-FC Virginia & Cedar Stars Academy-Monmouth
  • Northeast: NEFC & South Shore Select
  • Southeast: Tophat Gold & IMG Academy
  • Southwest: City SC & SC Del Sol


  • U13: Lonestar SC & Michigan Jaguars
  • U14: Lou Fusz Athletic & Albion SC Las Vegas
  • U15: Florida United (formerly Weston FC) & Lou Fusz Athletic
  • U16: West Coast FC & Lonestar SC
  • U17: Florida United (formerly Weston FC) & Oakwood SC
  • U19: OL Reign Academy & SC Wave


The Girls Academy is excited to extend its competitive programming to our membership by adding the Champions League for the 2021-2022 season. It will provide a new opportunity for the players to showcase their talents and compete against some of the best players in the country,” said GA President Wes Schevers. “The Champions league will provide our member clubs an aspirational level to compete for each season as the Champions League will be made up of the best of the best clubs from each conference,” said Schevers.

“Creating a Champions League event within the Girls Academy is exciting for our players. When asked what they want in their experiences in our league, the ability to be rewarded for what they’ve proven on the field with their performances is a high priority.” Commissioner Lesle Gallimore stated. “Giving teams and clubs opportunities to earn more high-level playing opportunities will be cool for them and awesome to watch.”