PRO 23 PROGRAM



Ellicott City Soccer Club is proud to announce that we will be forming both a Men's and a Women's PRO23 team for summer 2017. We are seeking talented and committed players born on or after 1/1/1994. We can roster up to 3 over age-age players to the team. Training sessions will be twice-a-week with approximately 6-8 league games in June and July. Contact operations@ellicottcitysc.org for additional information or questions

Please register online for the tryouts. Click here to create an account/login and to register online. There is no cost to register or try out. The program fee is $225. (includes uniform)

TRYOUTS:
Saturday, March 18

  • Centennial HS - CCL Pro23 MEN Tryout - 4:30-6:00 pm; 4300 Centennial Ln, Ellicott City, MD 21042
  • Mt. Hebron HS - CCL Pro23 WOMEN Tryout - 5:00-6:30 pm; 9440 Old Frederick Rd, Ellicott City, MD 21042


Men's Coach

Mamadou Kansaye

Women's Coach
Athena Gramates and Kevin Dempsey

CCL PRO23 will provide former CCL players and current collegiate players an opportunity to find professional, meaningful training as well as superior competition during the summer months, (during their off-season) all while preparing them for a successful collegiate season in the fall.

CCL PRO23 will culminate with Division Champions and the CCL PRO23 Championships in July.  Clubs will play up to seven division matches.  Division champions will earn playoff spots into the CCL PRO23 Championships.   The Championships will be hosted by CCL clubs and will be rotated annually.

“CCL PRO23 is a player retention opportunity creating a bridge between clubs and college programs.  We (the CCL) have over 1,000 student-athletes playing collegiate soccer at all levels.  We are excited to expand the CCL Player Development Pathway to players who are playing in college, and who would love to continue playing at their ‘home club’.  The CCL produces top talent and fantastic match environments.  College programs know they have a reputable league not only to find their next top talent but now a league to help enhance their program’s players in the off-season,” said Brian Kuk, CCL Executive Director.