Home of the USYSA National Champions

Home of the ECNL National Champions

Home of the USSF DA National Finalist

  • As a 501(c)3 non-profit organization our main purpose is to nurture the talent of all players. Our goal is to combine soccer with education to develop the character of every player. Focusing on education and behavior is part of developing the growth of our young men and women into future leaders, not only in the sport of soccer, but as respected members of our community. Ultimately we aim to build players in a healthy team environment. 

  • 185 Solar players currently play at the collegiate level

  • 72 players signed their National Letter of Intent in 2018

  • Solar has produced more National Team Players this year than any other competitive club in the State of Texas

Talent Identification sessions are great opportunities for motivated young players to show their skill, including technical, tactical, physical and mental qualities, while enjoying the game, learning, and making new friends.


Please wear Grey shirt, black shorts and blacks socks to all training sessions.

Updated dates, times and locations will be on registration links

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ECNL Director: Chris Pulpaneck 214-952-2741 

Girls Director: Charles Grado 214-566-0447

Elite Administrator: Lisa Perry 214-551-4897


09G SOUTH - Talent ID sessions

08G - Talent ID sessions

08G SOUTH - Talent ID sessions

07G - Talent ID sessions

07G SOUTH - Talent ID sessions

06G - Talent ID sessions

06G South - Talent ID sessions

05G - Talent ID sessions

04G - Talent ID sessions

04G SOUTH - Talent ID sessions

03G - Talent ID sessions

03G SOUTH - Talent ID sessions

02G - Talent ID sessions

01G - Talent ID sessions

00G - Talent ID sessions


Invitational Player Identification Sessions 

Players identified from these various ‘Open’ days may also be invited to the Invitational Player Identification Days which will include current Solar Elite players as well as other invited players from throughout the Metroplex who have been identified through various programs, scouting, and coaches recommendations.

The Girls Development League (GDA)

  • Governed by USSF
  • Open to (U12/U13/U14/U15/U17/U19)
  • Professional development program geared towards highly motivated young soccer players who are already exhibiting strong abilities, motivations and qualities in the sport of soccer.
  • Players are not permitted to play High School Soccer
  • Program includes training 4x per week
  • Players may not be rostered to other Club teams

Elite Clubs National League (ECNL)

  • Governed by US Club Soccer
  • Open to (U13/U14/U15/U16/U17/U18-U19)
  • ECNL Mission enhance the developmental experience of the female youth soccer players in the United States through:
    • Improving the competitive environment through creation of a true national competitive league with multiple flights;
    • Improving the process for identifying elite female soccer players through a systematic scouting and identification program based on national competitions; and
    • Improving the daily training environment at top female youth soccer clubs through developing best practices and training and organizational guidelines for its member clubs
  • Players are permitted to play High School Soccer
  • Program includes training 2x per week
  • Players may be rostered to other Club teams

Frontier Development League (FDL) - The FDL provides a clear pathway for players who show the potential to make the jump to the DA level of play, offering players who excel the opportunity to be called up as a Development Player for their respective DA or ECNL teams. This structure provides an expanded pool of aspiring DA players with more exposure to the DA training model and level of play, while allowing them the time they need to develop as well as offering the flexibility to play high school soccer


1015 Sam Rayburn Tollway

Allen, Tx 75013

(Please park in church parking lot)

John Paul II High School

900 Coit Rd,

Plano, Tx 75075

Greenhill School

4141 Spring Valley Rd,

Addison, TX 75001