This team will be coached by Steve Campbell and Rick Smedley
Maryland United North
Maryland United FC is proud to announce the opening of a satellite location for competitive girls soccer players in the Baltimore-Metro area, which will be called Maryland United FC North. Maryland United FC North will function under the same philosophy of excellence associated with Maryland United FC, providing players with training based on technique and passion for the game.
Maryland United FC, through Freestate Soccer Alliance is a not-for-profit organization and enjoys a 501 (c)(3) designation under the IRS Not-For Profit Structure. We are dedicated to serving the needs of the more committed soccer players by providing the highest level of education and instruction available thereby preparing the players to be a proud representative of the Club at local, state, regional and national competitions. Maryland United FC strives to develop confident players who have not only reached their full athletic potential but are also prepared to become active and productive members of the community.
Maryland United FC North will have two locations, McDonogh School in Owings Mills and Fairland Park in Fairland for practices. The home game field for Maryland United FC North teams will be McDonogh.
There will be two team practices each week and five academy sessions offered each season, when the Maryland United North coaching staff puts the players in the program through technical training. The U11s, U12s, and U13s will train at both McDonogh and Fairland. Also, there will be times when Maryland United FC North teams train with Maryland United “South” teams in entire age group training sessions. Additionally, the team will participate in the Capital sportsplex Futsal league and the Maryland Futsal State Cup in the winter.
U12 Pre-ECNL and The Path Forward
The goal of the pre-ECNL teams is to prepare players to play at the highest level of soccer in the country. Once Maryland United FC North players reach the U-13 age group, they will be placed in the Maryland United FC player pool. From that player pool, Maryland United FC will create at least two teams, an Elite Clubs National League (ECNL) team and a Maryland State Cup teams.