Now that the playoff qualifications and pathways have been determined for the 2018 ENPL Playoffs, US Club Soccer has released the 2018 ENPL social media toolkit – a set of resources consisting of sample social media posts, along with Twitter handles for all competing clubs.
While viewing the toolkit on a mobile device, use the mobile-friendly version, featuring clickable Twitter handles and automated tweets that can be shared directly from the toolkit. To print the toolkit, use the non-clickable, printer-friendly version.
The ENPL social media toolkit not only benefits participating clubs by providing them with one location for social media resources, but also helps to unify members competing across the ENPL’s 16 NPL and Boys ECNL qualifying competitions.
If any club would like to submit a change to their posted Twitter handle, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Clubs without Twitter accounts have been listed with a designated hashtag (#Club), as opposed to a specific mention (@Club) for clubs that are active on Twitter.
By providing qualification paths for both team-based and club-based competitions, the ENPL features the best boys players in US Club Soccer. The regular season competition within each NPL and Boys ECNL Conference are unique and independently structured, but all teams are focused on the same postseason destination: the ENPL Playoffs.
A National Association member of the U.S. Soccer Federation, US Club Soccer fosters the growth and development of soccer clubs in order to create the best possible environment for players of all ages. Among US Club Soccer’s primary programming is the National Premier Leagues (NPL), a competitive nationwide platform for boys and girls consisting of 22 member leagues and more than 300 member clubs.
US Club Soccer offers youth and adult registration, league- and cup-based competition platforms at the recreational and competitive levels, and a variety of other programming and services. Anchored by Players First, US Club Soccer supports all facets of youth soccer through the five pillars of Players First: Club Development, Coaching Development, Player Development, Parent Engagement & Education and Player Health & Safety. Other programming elements include the id² Program and Player Development Program, and the National Cup.
US Club Soccer is sponsored by Nike and is supported by LaLiga through a technical partnership.
Boys Elite Clubs National League (Boys ECNL) was founded to provide a top level, club-based development, training, and competition platform for youth male soccer players in the United States. The mission of the Boys ECNL is to improve the landscape for players in the United States through innovative, player-centered programming that raises standards of quality and improves the player experience in all aspects of the game.