Ten teams from 2014-15 Midwest Developmental League (Boys) playoffs qualify for NPL Finals

Midwest Developmental League | 2015 NPL Finals qualified teams

CHARLESTON, S.C. (June 19, 2015) - The 2014-15 Midwest Developmental League (Boys) playoffs wrapped up June 16 in Waukegan, Ill., after a challenging four-day tournament that awarded five teams with league championships.

Thirty total teams qualified for the playoffs, which featured U-13 through U-17/18 teams. All champions and finalists qualified for the 2015 NPL Finals.

The 2015 Midwest Developmental League (Boys) champions and finalists are as follows:

  Champions: Finalists:
U-13: St. Louis Scott Gallagher (Mo.) St. Louis Scott Gallagher (Ill.)
U-14: Vardar (Mich.) Sockers FC (Ill.)
U-15: Chicago Magic (Ill.) Sockers FC (Ill.)
U-16: Campton United (Ill.) WAZA FC (Mich.)
U-17/18: St. Louis Scott Gallagher (Ill.) Campton United (Ill.)

All of the champions and finalist automatically qualified to the 2015 NPL Finals, to be held July 9-13 at Grand Park in Westfield, Ind. As the targeted destination for all NPLs throughout the country, the NPL Finals represents the culminating event of year-long, league-based competition.

For more information on the NPL, please visit nationalpremierleagues.com.

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