Sky Blue Soccer is recognized throughout the US and around the globe for its integrated program that allows players to progress from youth levels to amateur ranks to professional status.
"We are excited to bring the great care we provide to this community to the players of Sky Blue," said John K. Lloyd, president of Meridian Health. "We look forward to partnering with Sky Blue to help us educate families and fans across the state about important health and wellness topics.”
Christie Rampone, Olympic Gold Medalist and official spokesperson for the K. Hovnanian Children's Hospital, is one of Sky Blue’s star players.
“We are pleased to have a medical team affiliated with such a high quality organization to keep our players at their best,” said Sky Blue FC technical director and head coach Jim Gabarra.
Established in the fall of 2006, Sky Blue Soccer made its debut on the field with the launch of Jersey Sky Blue in the W-League of the United Soccer Leagues in 2007.
Sky Blue Soccer operated Jersey Sky Blue for two successful seasons before creating a partnership with Quickstrike FC of New York which included the transfer of the W-League franchise to that club.
Sky Blue FC was a member of Women’s Professional Soccer (WPS) for all three seasons, beginning in 2009 with the launch of WPS.
Sky Blue FC won the inaugural WPS Championship.
Sky Blue FC is a founding member of the National Women's Soccer League (NWSL), which began play in 2013.
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