All Players Must Register for the games CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

Building upon the nationally and regionally respected foundation of development within Continental Football Club, we are proud to announce our Girls ECNL and NPL Talent ID Games schedule in preparation for the 2017/2018 season.

Continental FC strives to create a nationally recognized, community centered, youth soccer club that addresses all levels of soccer and maximizes the development of every soccer player consistent with their commitment.

  • The Talent ID Games are mandatory for all current Continental FC ECNL and NPL Players and are open to players on either BARCA / DORTMUND Players.
  • These games are open to any players outside of the club regardless of current club affiliation that is interested in playing at the highest level in the Girls ECNL or NPL for Continental FC.
  • The Talent ID Games provide an opportunity for interested players to be evaluated in order for the club to make our squad selection process transparent. 

For more information please contact Keith Cappo at


Age Group Date  Time  Location  Date  Time  Location 
2005 Feb 20th 630 – 730PM Proving Grounds  March 6th 630 – 730PM USTC
2004 Feb 20th 730 – 830PM Proving Grounds  March 6th 730 – 830PM USTC
2003 Feb 20th 830 – 930 PM Proving Grounds  March 6th 830 – 930 PM USTC
2002 Feb 27th 630 – 730PM Proving Grounds  March 20th 630 – 730PM USTC
2001 Feb 27th 730 – 830PM Proving Grounds  March 20th 730 – 830PM USTC
2000/1999 Feb 27th 830 – 930 PM Proving Grounds  March 20th 830 – 930 PM USTC

Proving Grounds Address- 707 Conshohocken Rd. Conshohocken, PA
United Sports Training Center- 1426 Marshallton Thorndale Rd Downingtown, PA

The ECNL is currently the No 1 Development and College Recruiting Platform that the country currently has to offer for girls. The ECNL Accomplishes this by

  • Improving the competitive environment through creation of a true national competitive league with multiple flights;
  • Improving the process for identifying elite female soccer players for the U.S. Soccer youth national teams through a systematic scouting and identification program based on national competitions; and
  • Improving the daily training environment at top female youth soccer clubs through developing best practices and training and organizational guidelines for its member clubs.

GOAL: The goal of the Elite Clubs National League is to change the landscape for elite female soccer players in the United States through innovative, player-centered programming and to enhance the overall experience by creating a better, more enjoyable, and more successful player, coach, and club development model.

IMPLEMENTATION: The ECNL is led by a Board of Directors elected by the member clubs. Day-to-day operations are managed by the ECNL Commissioner. The ECNL has four primary platforms: