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Press Release – Torrent Joins USL Super Y League

MILWAUKEE TORRENT JOINS USL SUPER Y LEAGUE FOR SUMMER 2021
 

Club partners with youth organization to form Wisconsin’s only entry in the league
MILWAUKEE – The Milwaukee Torrent are excited to announce their acceptance to the USL Super Y League for the 2021 season.

The summer league has more than 10,000 players and 500 teams across the country, but the Torrent teams will be the only Super Y League teams from Wisconsin.

This program is the Torrent’s latest foray into youth soccer. The club operates summer camps in partnership with German Bundesliga club Bayer Leverkusen and runs free sessions for youth as part of the Boys and Girls Club of Greater Milwaukee Community Learning Center, but the teams that take the field next summer in the Super Y League will be the first Torrent youth teams.

View full press release here.
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