Palm Beach Gardens Soccer - Boy’s U12 USSF Developmental Academy

PBG Predators Soccer Club Announce Boy’s U12 Developmental Academy with US Soccer
 
PALM BEACH GARDENS, FL (March 9, 2017) – 
We are proud to announce the addition of the PBG Predators Soccer Club to the Development Academy program.  The Boys U12 Development Academy will be led by Trevor Adair and Levent Guler for the PBG Predators Soccer Club for the 2017-2018 season.
 
US Soccer is excited with the new pathway created for the elite area players to train and compete at the highest level available in the United States.  This new partnership between the Wellington Wave Soccer Club, the PBG Predators Soccer Club and the South Florida Surf will allow the top boys in the area to participate locally in the Development Academy at the U12, U13 and U14 ages.  
 
 
2017-2018 Program for US Soccer will be: 
  • PBG Predators has been awarded U12 Boys DA
  • Wellington Wave has been awarded U12 Boys DA
  • South Florida Surf has been awarded U13 & U14 Boys DA
“We are extremely proud to announce that PBG Predators will be working with US Soccer and the U12 DA Program.  Joining an exclusive group of Academy clubs will help enhance the training environment for players and coaches under the US Soccer philosophy and we are excited for our players to reach their full potential.” -Adam Gee, Director of Coaching, PBG Predators Soccer Club.
 
The U12 Development Academy will be under the leadership of Trevor Adair as our DA Director.  “I look forward to again be working with the areas best U12 players at the PBG Predators.  The PBG Predators are committed to developing younger players to enter the Development Academy and its pathway to the US Youth National teams program.”
 
The program continues to further a strong partnership with Wellington Wave Soccer Club. Director of Coaching, Patrick Zoete supports the move and our soccer clubs working together for talented individuals to help US Soccer.
 
 PBG Predators Coaching Staff:
  • Trevor Adair
  • Levent Gutler

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