News and Announcements
Team Chicago Academy-2002 Elite standout Katelyn Nardulli was named to the US Youth Soccer Olympic Development Program Thanksgiving Interregional All-Star Team. Katelyn was representing Team Chicago on the 2002 Region II team for the third year in a row at the annual event in Boca Raton, FL. The event pits the best players from all four regions of the country against each other.
Team Chicago Soccer Club has renewed its long-term relationship with Nike – the world’s largest soccer brand – through a new multi-year agreement.
Nike will continue to support Team Chicago’s mission to create an elite training and competition environment . “Nike Soccer has been a fantastic supporter of Team Chicago over the past six years. We are incredibly excited to extend this relationship for another six years” said Technical Director, Phil Nielsen. “Nike has helped enhance the Team Chicago experience for all our players, coaches, and teams, and this new agreement will only improve on that experience.”
The 6-year agreement will run from 2018-2024 and will make Nike the exclusive apparel provider of Team Chicago Soccer Club.
Team Chicago Academy-1999/2000 Premier standout Madison Redeker has committed to the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. Redeker – who plays her prep soccer for head coach Ed Watson at Naperville Central – will be part of Warhawks head coach Ryan Quamme’s 2018 recruiting class.
Wisconsin-Whitewater competes in the NCAA Division III Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (WIAC).
Team Chicago Academy-2001 Elite standout Allie Anderson has accepted a great scholarship offer to continue her soccer career at Xavier University. Allie – who plays her prep soccer for head coach Guy Callipari at Wheaton-Warrenville South High School – will be a part of Xavier head coach Nate Lie’s 2019 recruiting class.
The Musketeers are part of the NCAA Division I Big East conference, and are coming off their best season in program history in coach Lie’s first year at the helm.
Team Chicago Academy-2001 Elite standout Hannah Bradley-Leon has accepted a great scholarship offer to continue her soccer career at Illinois State University. Hannah – who plays her prep soccer for head coach Ed Watson at Naperville Central High School – will be a part of ISU head coach Brad Silvey’s 2020 recruiting class.
The Red Birds are a perennial power house in the NCAA Division I Missouri Valley Conference.