Three NextGen Players Represent DME at Easter International Cup
April 12, 2023
Three athletes from Sarasota represented The DME Academy boys’ U19 soccer team in the Easter International Cup in Kissimmee, Florida this past weekend. The tournament was held from April 5th to April 8th, 2023, and featured over 200 top youth soccer teams from across the country and 25 international teams. DME put on a remarkable performance throughout the tournament, showcasing their talent and skill on the pitch and taking them to an impressive 4-0 record with 15 goals for and only 2 against.
From the boys:
“I enjoyed my time playing with DME Daytona and coach Todd. I am grateful for the opportunity they gave me. “ – Dave
“ I had a great experience with National DME and loved playing with them. “ – Marco
“I had a great experience playing with DME Daytona. I loved the atmosphere dme and coach Todd had with the team. “- Reese
DME Academy has quickly made a name for itself as a leading soccer program in Florida, attracting some of the most promising young players from across the country and overseas. The academy is known for its commitment to developing well-rounded soccer players who excel on the pitch and prioritize academic excellence and character development. The Easter International Cup win is a testament to DME’s dedication to cultivating talented soccer players who can perform at the highest level while upholding core values such as teamwork, discipline, and sportsmanship.
“The victory at the Easter International Cup is significant for DME Academy’s program, and getting both locations to contribute to the success is the true dream for us down here in Sarasota. It’s all about opportunities provided to our players and in this case, with Todd and his team, we hit the mark.” John Taylor 04/05 Headh Coach DME Academy, Sarasota