In the summer of 2021, PA Dominion (PAD) and FC Bucks (FCB) established a strategic partnership to collaborate on the ECNL Boys Program for the 2021-22 season.

To date, the partnership has met its goals to expose players to one of the most competitive leagues available with the attention of college coaches through the country and to provide parents with the best return on their investment among youth soccer club options in the region.

As a result of the partnership’s success over the last 6 months, both clubs have decided to extend the partnership through the 2022-23 season.  This extension will continue to provide PA Dominion and FC Bucks players a pathway to the ECNL Boys and will allow additional time for both clubs to improve their operations, curriculum, facilities, and ultimately long-term success.

Quote from PA Dominion: Martin Gibbins, President
“We are very pleased with the FC Bucks partnership and the additional opportunities it has brought to our players and parents.  The unique ECNL experience has been exemplary and professional.  We appreciate FC Buck’s willingness to partner with us as we continue to improve upon one of our region’s best soccer programs.”

 Quote from FC Bucks: Ray McGettigan, President
“FC Bucks’ expectations of the first 6 months of this partnership with PA Dominion were more than met. All players represented their clubs well and elevated our reputation within ECNL and the region.  We eagerly look forward to continuing this relationship for the good of both our clubs and southeastern PA youth soccer in general.”

PA Dominion, established in March of 2018 as an affiliation of Southeastern Pennsylvania community soccer clubs, has grown into one the country’s most successful youth soccer organizations in just under 4 years.  In February of 2021, PA Dominion was recognized as one of SoccerWire’s Top 100 Boys Soccer Clubs in the United States.

FC Bucks is an original member of the ECNL Boys League as well as a long time member of the ECNL Girls League. Our long term goal is to continue to provide boys and girls the training and instruction to compete in the most competitive league in youth soccer.

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