Palm City, FL – The United Soccer League today announced the addition of Palm City Americanas as an expansion side for the 2023 season.
“This team is such an exciting announcement for the Treasure Coast, and now our clubs will come together to show that we are a major demographic for talent and resources in the sport,” said Christopher Corey. “There is strong demand to develop the women’s game, we are thrilled to be delivering a big step. A pre-professional league such as the USL W League is such a great opportunity for female athletes on the Treasure Coast.”
Established by Christopher Corey, Palm City Americanas will take the field in 2023 with home matches taking place at the Football Farm.
“We are thrilled to welcome Palm City Americanas to the W League,” said Joel Nash, Vice President of Youth and Pre-Professional Properties. “Continuing to expand our footprint here in Florida with a club that represents a collection of clubs on the Treasure Coast will create numerous opportunities for local talent and we are exciting to see the impact this club makes on and off the pitch.”
Martin United, PSL Hurricanes, Treasure Coast, Mako Soccer Club, Indian River Soccer Academy, Jensen Beach Soccer Club and Indiantown Warriors Soccer have formed an innovative collaboration with the help of Corey and Youth Sporting Director Richard Creber. This collaboration between these seven teams will create hundreds of opportunities for local talent.
Corey and Creber look forward to continuing their innovative ways and providing more resources for the players on the Treasure Coast.
The Americanas also have aspirations of fielding a USL Academy team in the near future.