The fifth for the women's division of the inaugural 2020 OVPL season is the Cleveland Ambassadors. The Cleveland Ambassadors are a respected member in WPSL and will field a second team in the OVPL. Playing out of Nordonia High School, located in Macedonia, Ohio, the Ambassadors are the final member for the inaugural 2020 OVPL season. The Club has seen good success in the WPSL, finishing second in their conference in 2019 and 2017, the Ambassadors won a Conference title in 2018. For more information the Cleveland Ambassadors, you can follow them on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or their website.
The five members of the OVPL women's division for inaugural 2020 season include: Lexington Landsharks, Cincinnati Sirens, Cincinnati Saints SC, Cincinnati Saints SC II, and Cleveland Ambassadors. Twelve members of the OVPL men's division for 2020 include: Cincinnati Dutch Lions FC, Indy Saints FC, Lexington Landsharks, FC Pride, Cincy SC, Valhalla FC, Cincinnati Swerve, Ohio Premier Soccer Club, Croatia Juniors, Ohio Galaxies FC, Hoosier FC, and Cincinnati Saints SC. Stay connected with the OVPL on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, and Instagram.
About the Cleveland Ambassadors
In 1990 Ambassadors Football began as Ambassadors In Sport (AIS) in Bolton, England. They continued as AIS until the current name was adopted in 2013. The mission for Ambassadors Cleveland is to provide opportunities for high-level women soccer players to use their God-given talents as a tool to serve and play football with a bigger purpose of sharing the good news of Jesus to all people. The team is unique for each season, game, and tour, painting a beautiful picture of the body of Christ coming together as ONE. God has opened doors to use this team & a diverse multitude of players to serve in other countries through tours, while also impacting the youth and community in Cleveland.
About the OVPL
The Ohio Valley Premier League (OVPL) was created to operate a competitive soccer circuit offering the only adult amateur competition throughout the tri-state (Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky) region. Player development is a central focus of the League, as the League strives to promote the region at a national level.
The OVPL seeks to grow the game of soccer in the region by providing a highly-competitive soccer league for men, women, boys, and girls of all ages. The League is sanctioned through US Club Soccer and provides access to competing in the Lamar Hunt US Open Cup, the nation’s longest running tournament.
About US Club Soccer
US Club Soccer will foster the growth and development of soccer clubs throughout the United States to create the best possible development environment for players of all ages in every club.