Elite Clubs National League

2018-2019 FC Dallas Elite Clubs National League

2018 Tryout Dates and Times:

Girls’ ECNL & Elite Programming tryouts will continue for the month of May.  Please reference the following chart to contact the appropriate coach/staff member. All sessions located at Toyota Soccer Center. 

Age Coach Phone Email
2000 Dan Mariscal 931-217-5856 dmariscal@fcdallas.com
2001 Dan Mariscal 931-217-5856 dmariscal@fcdallas.com
2002 Matt Veasey 254-366-9388 mveasey@fcdallas.com
2003 Lee Weddall 469-688-1446 lweddall@fcdallas.com
2004 Lee Weddall 469-688-1446 lweddall@fcdallas.com
2005 Chris Clarke 972-922-3801 cclarke@fcdallas.com
2006 Dan Mariscal 931-217-5856 dmariscal@fcdallas.com


For more information on our ECNL program please contact Chris Ring at cring@fcdallas.com or 214-704-1063.

Coaching Staff

Age Coach Phone Email
2000/2001 Dan Mariscal (931) 217-5856 dmariscal@fcdallas.com
2000/2001 Composite Matt Veasey (254) 366-9388 mveasey@fcdallas.com
2002 Matt Veasey (254) 366-9388 mveasey@fcdallas.com
2003 Chris Ring (214) 704-1063 cring@fcdallas.com
2004 Lee Weddall (469) 688-1446 lweddall@fcdallas.com
2005 Chris Clarke (972) 922-3801 cclarke@fcdallas.com
2006 Dan Mariscal  (931) 217-5856  dmariscal@fcdallas.com 

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TEAMS

About ECNL

MISSION: The Elite Clubs National League, Inc. (“ECNL”) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit member-based organization founded in 2009 to enhance the developmental experience of the female youth soccer players in the United States through:

  • 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: