Crossfire Premier (B08 ECNL 1) wins several national and international tournaments 2021 and 2022 and finishes strong in other major tournaments
SEATTLE, Jan. 9, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — According to Northwest Youth Soccer News, Crossfire Premier (B08 ECNL 1) has been outstanding for the past two years (in 2021 and 2022), finishing at the top or near the top of several major national and international tournaments, including:
- Nexen Manchester City Cup in San Diego in May of 2021: 1st Place
- Surf Cup Soccer Tournament in San Diego July of 2021: Runner-Up
- XF (Crossfire) Challenge in Redmond, WA in August of 2021: 1st Place
- Copa Rayados Internacional Tournament in Houston in November of 2021: 1st Place
- Mayor’s Cup in Las Vegas in February of 2022: Runner-Up
- Easter International Cup in Orlando in April of 2022: 1st Place
- Surf Cup Youth Soccer Tournament in San Diego in July 2022: 1st Place
- XF (Crossfire) Challenge in Redmond, WA in August of 2022: 1st Place
- Algarve U15 Cup in Silves’, Portugal in October 2022: Top 5 Finish in this top global tournament
This Crossfire Premier (B08 ECNL 1) team’s main strength has been its defense, which has been dominant, shutting out or only allowing one goal per game in over one hundred (100) games in the past two years against major competition.
In particular, in 2021 and 2022, key players on the team such as Alessandro Amador, Anderson Brown, Justin Chen, Zach Hume, John Koutelieris, and Alex Sauerbrei have consistently shut down or limited opponents’ offenses at various top national and international tournaments.
With several top starters returning in 2023, including Anderson Brown, Justin Chen, Zach Hume and John Koutelieris, who are all nationally ranked by Top Drawer Soccer, it is expected that the Crossfire Premier (B08 ECNL 1) team will have another very strong year in 2023, especially on defense.
SOURCE Northwest Youth Soccer News