Click on the Logo for the Select Clubs National Showcase League (SCNSL) - College Showcase Nov 12th-14th
Please email Frank if you have any questions FrankMateus3@gmail.com
we are proud to announce that VEO will be at the SCNSL College Showcase with a great opportunity for teams to rent a VEO and have all three of their games taped for the weekend with great promotional opportunities. Limited cameras so register now by Clicking tournament logo
Spiideo Play will be able to over Live Stream options for all games played at the SCNSL Fields #219 (Stadium Field) as well as Indoor Field #3. You can purchase single game package as well as every game packages played on either one of those two fields.
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Congratulations to our Rockford Raptors Boys players on their ECNL All Conference Awards!
Rockford Raptors Women's U23 defeat Dekalb United 2-0 to cinch the Region II Championship Title
July 31, 2021 - Loves Park, IL
The Rockford Raptors U23 Women's team captured the United States Adult Soccer Association Region II Championship with a 2-0 win over DeKalb County (IL) United Soccer Club at MercyHealth Sportscore II on Saturday.
"The girls ended their season playing their best match today," said U23 coach Mike Rizzo. "They came out ready to play and were able to get two quick goals against a very good DeKalb team. The defense did an amazing job, eliminating many chances and preserving the shutout."
Goals were scored Brianna Culver and Liz Maciejewski.
"It is really fun to see the kids that started with us as young kids who are now playing at the college level coming back to represent the Club at Regionals. These kids are great soccer players but every better people," added Rizzo
July 26, 2021 - Frisco, TX
The United States Youth Soccer Association (US Youth Soccer) today named Raptors Founder Louis Mateus to their Board of Directors.
"It is an honor to be chosen by all the States' presidents to be in this position", said Mateus. "I hope to help in regards to provide opportunities for kids to play, regardless of the level or economic position."