Girls Teams

The MVLA girls program is focused on the proven player development approach that has earned MVLA and its players a strong reputation for their skill, teamwork and overall character.

Girls Premier Leagues

The MVLA Girls Team program today is guided by Albertin Montoya, the Girls Director of Coaching, and  Joe Cannon, Executive Director. The Girls program includes competitive teams that play Elite Clubs National Teams (ECNL), NorCal‘s National Premier League (NPL), NorCal Premier League, California Regional League and Cal North Soccer Leagues.

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Norcal Premier League

The primary focus of a successful soccer program will be the individual player and their families. With a primary focus of soccer coaches, teams and clubs will be the development of children as people first and players second. Individual player development will be a clubs primary focus and team success a secondary but important goal. NPL believe the NorCal Premier Soccer League offers a league supporting the players, parents, coaches and clubs in this endeavor.


ECNL Girls

The Girls ECNL is based on the values of grass-roots collaboration and innovation, and supports the independence and freedom of coaches and clubs to fully manage the development path for their players, including the system and style of play, the competitive calendar, and all aspects of the development path. The Boys ECNL will raise standards in training, competition, club organization, and coaching in a holistic development program.


Cal North Youth Soccer

The mission of the Cal North is to serve all children and our communities by providing opportunities that allow each child to grow, learn, mature and succeed by becoming productive adult members of society through the development, promotion, and offering, regardless of race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin and/or ability, comprehensive community based leagues that offer a complete range of youth soccer opportunities for all children of all ages and abilities.

Featured Alumni

Check out Abby Dahlkemper, who began her journey in the competitive girls team at MVLA


Abby is a defender for the San Diego Wave FC of the National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL). As part of the U.S. Women’s National Team Abby is a 2019 FIFA World Cup Champion and most recently, the winner of a bronze medal at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. She previously played for Manchester City of the FA Women’s Super League and for the North Carolina Courage of the NWSL. Abby also helped lead UCLA to their first NCAA championship.


TeamTeam CoachNotes
06G Roma ECNLSeth Alberico
06G Roma ECNL-RLSeth Alberico
07G Olympique Lyonnais ECNLAlbertin Montoya
07G Olympique Lyonnais WhiteCarlos Barboza
08G Inter ECNLScott Murray
08G Inter ECNL-RLCarlos Barboza
08G Inter GreenMarcus Dorman
08G Inter BlackJocelyn Mantz
09G Gunners ECNLEsteban Sosa
09G Gunners ECNL-RLJeff Panos
09G Gunners GreenSimon Weiss
10G Juventus ECNLEsteban Sosa
10G Juventus ECNL-RLKilee Quigley
10G Juventus WhiteScott Murray
10G Juventus GreenKen Luis
11G Madrid ECNLGuillermo Talancon
11G Madrid ECNL-RLAfshin Shafie
11G Madrid GreenStacie Valencia
11G Madrid BlackPedro Miguel
12G Paris SG BlueErin Montoya
12G Paris SG NavyGuillermo Talancon
12G Paris SG WhiteGuillermo Talancon
12G Paris SG GreenAnthony Ruiz
12G Paris SG BlackSeth Alberico
13G Pride BlueKilee Quigley
13G Pride NavyJohn Slegg
13G Pride GreenStacie Valencia
13G Pride BlackSi Chen
13G Pride GoldSennay Ghebresellasie
14G City BlueErin Montoya
14G City WhiteSennay Ghebresellasie
14G City GreenSimon Weiss
14G City BlackSimon Weiss
14G City GoldSi Chen
15G Barcelona BlueJoey Sudyka
15G Barcelona WhiteJoey Sudyka
15G Barcelona GreenSarah Stanczyk
15G Barcelona BlackSarah Stanczyk
15G Barcelona GoldMarcus Dorman
16G Spurs BlueJohn Slegg
16G Spurs WhiteJohn Slegg
16G Spurs GreenArthur Pompeu
16G Spurs BlackTeresa Noyola
16G Spurs GoldRichard Granados