A New Site for US Youth Soccer: Building on a 10-Year Partnership

We are proud to present a new website for US Youth Soccer, a non-profit organization with a goal to foster the physical, mental and emotional growth and development of America's youth through the sport of soccer.

Built on idev, the US Youth Soccer national website is also integrated with the four regional websites, and through the multi-site platform, US Youth Soccer Associations can create their own micro-sites based on the existing template. The overall effect is a cohesive, seamless user experience.

The new website is designed to encourage users to get involved, and features tournament and game content, with a scoreboard at the top of the home page displaying live game scores during tournaments.

“With 35 US Youth Soccer member State Associations currently on our digital platform, it is critically important to showcase the best syndicated content, scores and standings, as well as photos and video highlights from our tournaments and events nationwide,” said Christopher Moore, CEO of US Youth Soccer. “We did extensive research to understand how US Youth Soccer members, including soccer clubs, players, parents, coaches, referees, administrators and the general public were actually using our previous website. These insights ultimately drove how we reimagined the new experience.”

“Working in partnership with US Youth Soccer for over 10 years, we are excited to unveil this new website platform,” said Brad Skeen, Director of Digital Transformation, Americaneagle.com. "The mobile design and experience is clean and easy to navigate. Coupled with integrated tournament matches, scores, standings and more, users have quick access to timely and important updates right in their hands, whether on the go or at the field. With content syndication through national, State Association, and club sites, the platform brings the US Youth Soccer community together like never before.

“Planning included collaboration with several of the leaders throughout the organization, and we are thankful for everyone’s input – and proud of the final result. We look forward to continuing to build solutions offering the best technology and convenience to the US Youth Soccer community.”