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AHFC is proud to offer both Regional and National Pathway opportunities for our elite players while accommodating participation in High School soccer. AHFC is part of the Girls ECNL and ECNL RL and offers our players the platform to compete on a regional and national level. With the addition of our USL 2 franchise, AHFC Royals, our players have the ultimate pathway to becoming top level collegiate and professional athletes.

Girls ECNL Program
Design for those players aspiring to play at the highest level, whether this be collegiately, professional or the National Team. AHFC is proud to be part of the Girls ECNL and offer our Female athletes the platform to compete on a regional and national stage. AHFC's experience with the Girls ECNL has been extremely positive from a development and player exposure standpoint. For ECNL league information, click here.

Girls ECNL RL Program 
Girls ECNL Regional Leagues are operated and managed by the Girls ECNL to ensure a consistent environment and level of professionalism across all leagues. Each league allows improved coordination and collaboration between teams of different levels within ECNL clubs or opportunity for teams and players in other clubs to develop through regular high level competition.

AHFC Girls ECNL Video
Girls ECNL/ECNL RL Texas Conference U13-U19 Girls Elite U10-U12
Program Highlights
-Conference games
-Cross Conference games
-Showcase Events
-Player ID and US Club Soccer Id2 program
-Practice location for ECNL is CRSP
-Practice location for ECNL RL is Cullen Park
-Practice 3 days a week
-Can participate in High School soccer

More Information
- Dan Hill ECNL
-Gus Mota ECNL RL

ECNL/ECNL RL Texas Conference Team list


Program Highlights
-Elite events for U11 and U12
-Practice 3 days a week
-Practice location is Cullen Park/CRSP
-Opportunities to play up individually

More Information
-Rich Elder Elite


Girls Texas Champions League and USC Champions League U11-19
Small Sided Developmental League (SSDL) U8-U10
Program Highlights
-High quality & diverse opposition
-Regional League Play
-Practice 3 days per week
-Practice location is Central or West campus
-Players can participate in high school soccer

More Information
-Mark Rufo Central & West
-Paul Isaila Cy-Fair & Southwest

Program Highlights
-Player specific curriculum
-Practice 2 times a week
-Small sided games
-Multiple levels of play
-Local training
-Flexible rosters
-Developmentally friendly rules
More Information
-Mark Rufo Central & West
-Paul Isaila Cy-Fair & Southwest
-Thomas Shenton East