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A pathway defined by the player

There is no one way to get to a destination and everyone at Hershey Soccer believes having options in front of you helps you relax and enjoy the ride.

Hershey Soccer Club is focused on four key pathways that our programming is based around Community soccer (Recreational), Competitive soccer (Travel), Collegiate and Semi-Pro. Each pathway is supplemented with additional programs such as trailblazers, Elite technical training, Futsal and Player360 (coming soon)

Each path will present itself in different ways dependent on your child's age and also also level of experience.

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CPYSL is the first stop for majority of teams within central PA and offers the core foundation and playing environment for new players.

Our 8U through to 12U teams all compete within the CPYSL.


The Atlantic Premier League (APL) and PAGS provides a quality US Youth Soccer (EPYS/NJYS/MYSA) Cup Qualifying league from U9 through U19.


It offers multiple levels of play for boys and girls in a cost effective model.


EDP enables soccer players to reach their full potential on and off the field, with an emphasis on going to college, by providing a full range of the highest quality soccer-related experiences and empowering each player to select the pathway best suited to their goals.

We work closely with member clubs to develop a positive, fair, and competitive environment based on cooperation and communication. We continually strive to be an extraordinary place to work and develop as professionals.


The PRCL offers two levels of play for 9-U through 19-U boys and girls teams with top divisions of 13-U and older age groups participating in its defined NPL pathway. The youngest age groups – 9-U through 14-U – will play a 16-game season split between the fall and the spring, while the older NPL divisions play 12 games from November to May. Calendars are designed to include off weekends for tournament and showcase play.

As an NPL member league, the PRCL enjoys a pathway to NPL postseason opportunities for both its boys and girls clubs. At the end of the 2020-21 regular season, top performing teams will advance to the 2021 NPL postseason to compete for US Club Soccer national championships against ECNL qualifiers on the boys side and the NPL Finals on the girls side.

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