World Class FC Commitment to Girls & Boys Elite Clubs National League
This release and statement is provided to clarify any misinformation regarding World Class Soccer Club and its youth soccer programs for the 2017-2018 season.
World Class Soccer Club has no relationship or affiliation of any kind with New York City FC’s Girls Development Academy program. This means that World Class Soccer Club has no ownership or operational control of this program, and no contractual relationship with NYCFC regarding any of its programs. Furthermore, no coaches working with World Class FC ECNL will be coaching any girls teams at NYCFC. Kazbek Tambi will be leaving World Class FC Girls program to move on to a position at New York City FC, and we wish him well in his endeavors.
World Class Soccer Club is a member of the ECNL, and its top players and teams will participate in the ECNL in the 2017-2018 season. World Class Soccer Club supports the ECNL and its mission and programs, and believes the ECNL has been and will continue to be the top competitive and developmental program for youth female soccer players in the United States. World Class Soccer Club looks forward to participating in the ECNL as the club’s top competitive platform for female soccer players in the 2017-2018 season.