Titans FC enter strategic talent ID partnership with Crossfire Premier

TITANS_LOGO_BLUEBELLEVUE, WA— Titans FC, the fastest growing youth soccer club in Western Washington, have announced a strategic talent identification partnership with Crossfire Premier, the #1 youth soccer club in the State and one of the top youth soccer clubs in the Nation.

Crossfire Premier are renowned for producing elite level teams with players that have gone on to play at the college, professional and international level. DeAndre Yedlin and Kelyn Rowe, both Crossfire Alums, have represented the US Men’s National Team with the former playing in the FIFA World Cup.
This partnership is exclusively about talent identification, with Titans FC staff recommending their top players to the Crossfire Premier ECNL and USSDA head coaches. This relationship will provide Titans FC players with a direct route to the next level.

“Our goal is to provide players with the pathway to reach the highest level possible in the game.” states Adam Nowland, Titans FC Director of Coaching. “At Titans FC, we have the staff and the program to develop any player that is committed and has the desire to improve. Having access to the very top-level competitions like the ECNL (Elite Clubs National League) and USSDA (United States Soccer Development Academy) is the next logical step for our best players. We are honored that Crossfire Premier have recognized the impact we have made on the youth soccer landscape in Western Washington.

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Crossfire Premier is renowned for excellence. The fact that they have chosen to align themselves with us, for the elite players we produce, reinforces that we are providing a great soccer environment for player development. This partnership isn’t about us. It is about the players and providing them the chance to showcase their talent in front of the Crossfire ECNL and USSDA head coaches when they are ready. These opportunities simply do not happen without a respected recommendation. Our partnership will afford our players the chance to progress where players at other clubs may not”.

Bernie James, Crossfire Premier Director of Coaching, had this to say,” Titans FC has demonstrated incredible growth since their inception and Adam has done a great job developing a program that educates young players the right way. Providing players with the opportunity to realize their potential is what the game is all about for me and this partnership will do just that.”

About Titans FC:

Formerly NPSA Titans, Titans FC is a youth soccer club that serves Bellevue and the surrounding areas since 2013. The brainchild of founder and Director of Coaching, Adam Nowland, a former professional player who played at the top levels in England for over 12 years, Titans FC is the fastest-growing club in Western Washington with over 1,000 members. Offering programs for boys and girls from 4 to 18 years old, Titans FC is known for being a ‘Player First’ organization that values educating coaching staff as well as players. For more information, visit http://www.titanspremierfc.com

About Crossfire Premier:

Crossfire Premier is part of the Lake Washington Youth Soccer Association. LWYSA has had an advanced development program for over 30 years. In 2003, a group of dedicated soccer people developed the current model which promotes the “Club” atmosphere. Crossfire has grown into one of the top youth soccer clubs in the United States. Crossfire has won and competed in numerous national championships and has placed dozens of players in youth national team camps and one player in the FIFA World Cup. Crossfire has also produced hundreds of players that have gone on to play college soccer at all of the various levels. For more information, visit http://www.crossfiresoccer.org

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