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By SCCL, 05/06/24, 4:30PM EDT


Historic Expansion of the SCCL

ATLANTA, GA  (May 6, 2024) – The Southeastern Clubs Champions League is excited to announce its largest expansion to date for the upcoming 2024-25 Season.   Founded in 2018, the SCCL aims to provide the highest quality game day environment allowing players to be students of the game for their growth and development.  The expansion of the league to include these impressive clubs for the upcoming season demonstrates a continued commitment to improving the quality of competition and opportunities for teams and players to develop their skills and passion for the game across various age groups. Competition spans U-11 through U-19 boys and girls age groups.  The following clubs are joining the league for its 7th season:

  • Albion FC Atlanta
  • All-In FC
  • Auburn Soccer Club (AL)
  • Georgia Storm
  • GSA-East
  • KWG (Kids With Goals)
  • Lanier Soccer Academy-Norcross
  • Legion FC
  • North Georgia Soccer Academy
  • Pike Youth Soccer


"We are excited to be a part of the SCCL and its well run, organized, competitive brand of soccer.  Our teams are looking forward to a more local based schedule while still providing opportunities for Regional and National competitions.”

-Mark MacKain, Executive Director of Coaching, ALL-IN Fütbol Club


Auburn Soccer Club is honored to be a part of SCCL for the 2024/25 season.  This is an incredible opportunity to showcase our athletes against some of the premier clubs in the Southeast.”  

-Meghan Kemp, Executive Director, Auburn Soccer Club


Albion SC Atlanta are excited to join the SCCL and compete against the top clubs in the southeast. We view the SCCL as an integral part of our player development pathway. By joining the SCCL our players will be able to play highly competitive matches locally.”

-Chris Mahaffey, Executive Director, Albion FC-Atlanta


We are very excited to join SCCL.  Our goal is to continue expanding and improving our soccer program offerings and this relationship will help us achieve those goals.”

-Scott Schadl, Regional Sports Director, YMCA of Metro Atlanta


"Georgia Storm is thrilled and excited to join the Southeastern Clubs Champions League. We believe it will be an excellent platform for our boys and girls teams to achieve the development and playing opportunities we seek for our players. Our players are excited to get their first matches underway this upcoming season."

-Josh Bivens, Georgia Storm