Many sponsors contribute to the success of the adidas National Soccer Showcase. Take a look at our list of current sponsors!
Past College Representation
The Showcase sees strong participation from recruiting college programs. In the past, the following schools have been present:
Adrian, Akron, Allegany, Alliance, Alma, Anderson, Ashland, Aurora, Baldwin-Wallace, Ball State, Bethany, Bluffton, Bowling Green, Calvin College, Capital, Case Western Reserve, Cedarville, Central Michigan, Centre, Charleston, Cincinnati, Cincinnati State Tech, Clarion, Cleveland State, Dayton, Defiance, Denison, DePaul, Dominican, Duquesne, East Tennessee State, Eastern Michigan, Edinboro, Ferris State, Findlay, Gannon, Gardner-Webb, Geneva, Georgia State, Grove City, Hawaii, Heidelberg, Hiram, Indiana State, Indiana, John Carroll, Kent State, Kentucky, Kenyon, Lake Erie, Lake Forest, Lebanon Valley, Lincoln Memorial, Malone, Marietta, Marshall, Marymount, Medaille, Miami of Ohio, Michigan, Middle Tennessee State, Misericordia, Mount St. Joseph, Mount Union, Mount Vernon Nazarene, Muskingum, Myers, North Park, Notre Dame College, Oberlin, Ohio Dominican, Ohio Northern, Ohio State, Ohio U., Ohio Wesleyan, Otterbein, Pfeiffer, Pittsburgh, Purdue, Rochester, Rose-Hulman, Saint Bonaventure, Salem International, Shawnee State, Siena Heights, Slippery Rock, Southern Alabama, Stevens Institute of Technology, Syracuse, Saint Francis, Tiffin, Toledo, Urbana, Ursuline, Valparaiso, Vanderbilt, Walsh, West Chester, West Virginia Wesleyan, Western Michigan, Westminster, Wilmington, Wittenberg, Wooster, Wright State, Xavier, Youngstown State
Strongsville Soccer Club
The Strongsville Soccer Club is a 2000 member recreational and community travel soccer club located in Strongsville, Ohio, a southwest suburb of Cleveland. The club maintains 22 fields including three lighted championship fields. Countless players have been selected to represent Ohio Youth Soccer Association-North on ODP State teams, including Region II ODP and USYSA National Teams and pools. The High School program has benefited from this success. The Boys and Girls teams have been to the Ohio State Division I Final ten times in the past 14 seasons, winning five Ohio state titles. Nearly 90% of players go on to play at the collegiate level. Players have attained All-Ohio, All-Midwest, and All-American honors, including this year’s NSCAA National Player of the Year, Ashley Meier. The program has been consistently ranked in state and national polls.