April 2018 Club Newsletter


  • NEW! Website and Google Calendars

  • Naperville Boys Play International Competition at Iber Cup

  • Boys ECNL Play in First Ever ECNL Home Games

  • Two Girls DA teammates invited to the U-17 USWNT Camp

  • Bebar To Compete At The CONCACAF World Cup Qualifiers

  • Upcoming Events

  • Messages From our Sponsors
NEW! Website and Google Calendars

We are excited to introduce the long awaited NEW Eclipse Select Soccer Club website!

The website was released last Friday and is much more user friendly and visually appealing. With feature pages including Programs, Calendars, a Team and Player News Submissions document and so much more!

Visit EclipseSelect.org today!
Google Calendars are now available for all teams! These are continually updated by the Eclipse Select front office, coaches, and TA's. Calendars are organized by birth years and are public to all teams. This will allow better communication between teams, players, coaches and outside constituents to stay informed of club events and event alterations.

Birth year Google Calendar links are found below. Click and subscribe to your calendar of choice today!
Naperville Boys Play International Competition at Iber Cup

The Eclipse Naperville 2006 and 2007 Boys teams were invited to compete in the exclusive Iber Cup hosted in Texas.

The boys played a variety of teams which included international clubs. The Boys 2006 squad faced off with Arsenal FC from London, England while the Boys 2007 team took on College Cup from El Salvador.

The rain in Texas delayed games by two days; however the teams were still able to compete as the event shortened the length of games. Both the 2006 and 2007 Boys ended 2nd in their respected groups and had a blast despite the conditions!
Boys ECNL Play in First Ever ECNL Home Games

The Eclipse ECNL Boys got off to a hot start in March beginning their season at FC Wisconsin and then playing their first ever Boys ECNL home games against FC Pride.

The Boys 2003 through the 1999/2000 teams traveled up to Milwaukee to take on FC Wisconsin. The four Eclipse teams went a combined 2-2-0 to begin the Spring campaign. After the games, they took a detour to visit with the NBA franchise, the Milwaukee Bucks!

The Boys stayed true to form at home going a combined 4-0-1 and out scored their opponents 21-7. Both the 2004's and the 2002's were the top performers for the club as both teams won comfortably by a score of 6-0.
Two Girls DA teammates invited to the U-17 USWNT Training Camp

Eclipse Select teammates  Hannah Bebar (Naperville, Ill.)  and  Kalyssa Van Zanten (Buffalo Grove) joined The U.S. Under-17 Women’s National Team for a training camp in Lakewood Ranch, Fla. from March 16-26. It was the pair’s last chance to impress the coaching staff before U.S. U-17 head coach Mark Carr chose his 20-player roster for the 2018 CONCACAF Women’s Under-17 Championship.

Bebar and Van Zanten were among the 24 women rostered for the 10-day event. The camp included three closed-door games against the Japan U-17 WNT. Bebar scored two goals in two games played versus the Japanese.

Both players were the only representatives from the state of Illinois and are teammates on the Eclipse Select Developmental Academy Girls 1999/2000 team.
Bebar To Compete At The CONCACAF World Cup Qualifiers

Hannah Bebar has been named to the 20-player roster for the 2018 CONCACAF U-17 Women’s Championship to be held in Managua, Nicaragua from April 19-29.

The tournament will send the top three finishers to the 2018 FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup being held in Uruguay from Nov. 13-Dec. 1.

The Americans have been seeded into Group B at the 2018 Concacaf Women’s Under-17 Championship, where they will face Costa Rica, Bermuda and Canada.

The USA opens the tournament on April 20 against Costa Rica, faces Bermuda on April 22 and will play Canada on April 24 in the Group B finale. All of the USA’s group matches kick off at 9 p.m. CT.
U pcoming Events
  • The 12th Annual Spring Classic Presented by 3k Girls Foundation

  • Girls DA Showcase in North Carolina

  • IWSL and NISL Seasons begin

  • Girls ECNL and DA Tryouts, April 8 and 22

  • Boys NISL Tryouts
Messages From Our Sponsors
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As the Official Provider of Physical Therapy and Athletic Training for Eclipse Select Soccer Club, Athletico would like to offer all players, parents, and coaches a  COMPLIMENTARY INJURY SCREEN  for any aches and pains you may encounter on or off the field.

Complimentary Injury Screenings are available at all 400+ locations in eleven states. For more information or to set-up a screen, call 877.ATHLETICO or click here to request your appointment online.
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