The Competitive Level II program is a competitive experience for U8-U19 (2017-2006) players. 

This program includes Pre-ECNL, Elite I, and Elite II. 

What is the Competitive Level II Program?

The Competitive Level II program is a highly competitive soccer program at Mustang with attention paid to the tactical, physical, and mental development of our players. As with the Competitive Level I - ECNL program, our philosophy aims to develop more creative and technically proficient players and prepare them for soccer at the high school and college-level whenever possible. 

Who typically plays in this program?

For the 24/25 season, the players in the U8-U19 age groups, encompassing 2017-2006 birth years, are eligible for this level. They are the very best soccer players in the region who can expect to compete in the Competitive Level I - ECNL program during their U13 year. These younger teams are considered "Pre-ECNL." Across all ages, this program also includes some of the strongest players in the region who form the Elite I and Elite II teams, which are the second and third best teams at Mustang. These teams will compete at the highest levels of competition around the region.

Who coaches these teams?

The Mustang coaching staff consists of many former professional and college coaches who also have varying licenses from USSF and NSCAA. Mustang provides ongoing education and opportunities for our coaches to upgrade their licenses over time.

How are these teams formed?

These teams are formed through a selection of players based on scheduled tryouts and monitored play during both practices and games. For tryout information and schedule, please click HERE.

What is the time commitment?

- This program is a year-long time commitment:

- Two 90-minute practices per week integrated with supplemental fitness work and futsal for U8-U14 teams

Mustang Soccer Keeper & Striker Academy for goalkeepers (ECNL & Elite only) and strikers (ECNL only)

- Fall and Spring League play against other Bay Area soccer clubs

- Participation in the NorCal State Cup

- An additional 3-5 regional tournaments

What is the Soccer Moratorium?

"Moratorium" is a specified period where players are encouraged to utilize this time for vacations and/or breaks from soccer. For the 24/25 season, the Moratorium will be June 15 - July 7. Coaches will still hold trainings during this time but attendance during Moratorium does not affect playing time. Please ensure to check in with your coach during this time to ensure you are aware of any upcoming tournaments/showcases during the Moratorium period.

What is the financial commitment?

Tryout/Registration Fee: $400

Program Fee: $2,250

Team Fees: $1,000-$2,000

Uniform/Travel Fees: $1,000-$2,000

Total Financial Commitment: $4,650-$6,700

Please note: Team Fees vary by team and player and are paid directly to Team Treasurer. Team fees are separate from the Program Registration and are collected for expenses such as tournaments/events, team equipment, coach travel expenses, chaperoned trip expenses, etc.

Level II Acceptance & Registration Process

When accepting a position on a competitive team, you are making a financial commitment to pay costs associated with the program and team. Please familiarize yourself with the program you are joining. A summary of each program, program regisration, and potential team fees, which may include travel to out-of-area tournaments and events can be found here.

2024-25 Program Eligibility

Level I ECNL: 2012-2006 DOB

Level II Pre-ECNL/Elite: 2017-2006 DOB

Level III Select: 2016-2006 DOB

Program Competitiveness

Level I ECNL: Most Competitive; for players with significant soccer and competitive experience

Level II Pre-ECNL/Elite: Competitive; for players with decent soccer experience and some competitive experience

Level III Select: Least Competitive; for players with some soccer experience, but little to no competitive experience

JUNIORS are also part of the Level II program.


Boys Competitive Director: Joe Owen

Girls Competitive Director: Pat Uriz

Competitive Registration Questions: Michaela DeJesus

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