It will be a very hot spring-summer for YesWeCollege, which, waiting for the first selection camp for future high school and college student athletes, is preparing to take the field, together with FA Euro New York, in the USL League Two. In fact, also in 2021 the collaboration between the YWC team and the Brooklyn-based club is renewed, which will take part in the fourth football series in the United States. A championship that has always represented an important showcase for college players, eager to show off and play their cards for the ambition of a professional career.
This year, more than ever, YesWeCollege will be the protagonist. In fact, eight YWC student-athletes will come together under the colors of FA Euro, to compose an ambitious squad that starts with the aim of a high-profile season. The regular season will start on Wednesday 19 May and will close on 11 July, at the end of the fourteen scheduled races.
The eight YWC student-athletes:
Filippo Begliardi – University of Massachusetts
Cesare Marconi – Barry University
Luca Bulfon – University of South Carolina Upstate
Francesco Caorsi – St. Bonaventure
Kristian Colaci – Texas A&M International
Luca Tiozzo – St. Bonaventure
Tommaso Favro – Tiffin University
Ornaldo Zeqiri – University of Tampa
FA Euro is included in the Metropolitan Division, one of the three divisions of the Eastern Conference. The winner of each division, together with the best of the three runners-up, will advance to the conference playoffs, which will elect the four teams that will compete for the category title in the national finals. The playoffs are the declared goal, even if the competition promises to be fierce, in a division that also sees the Under 23 formation of the New York Red Bulls at the starting line.
Together with the eight standard bearers of YesWeCollege, the FA Euro team will also be able to count on two other young European talents: Antonio Santos, former Real Madrid youth and currently at Franklin Pierce University, and Yazid Omri, with past in the Paris Saint Germain nursery and now student-athlete at the University of the Pacific. A group full of talent, therefore, to chase the goal of the playoffs and showcase some of the top profiles of the YWC class.
Yeswecollege has started this synergy with FA EURO to offer a training course to YWC student-athletes who wish to stay in the USA during the summer. Living in New York will not only be a football training experience but above all a cultural one.