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Eagan Athletic Association (EAA) in response to the current EWSC proposal to separate from EAA.

On Wednesday, March 10th the EAA Board met and thoughtfully reviewed the EWSC proposal to separate the Eagan Wave Soccer club from EAA.  After thoughtful conversation among the Board, review of the recent survey and other pertinent details the EAA Board voted on a path forward that would be mutually beneficial to both entities and more importantly, the youth they represent in the Eagan Community.  Over the course of the next few weeks, both parties will work in earnest to iron out the details to continue the Recreation Soccer program under the EAA banner and move forward and work with the competitive and youth academy programs to form a new program separate from EAA leadership.  Once the details are formalized a statement will be released and all soccer participants, at all levels, will be notified of their soccer options in the community. The current season and upcoming youth academy season will continue as planned; the new agreement is proposed to begin in July 2021.

 

We are encouraged by the stewardship of both parties on behalf of the Soccer families we mutually represent in these negotiations and we are looking forward to an agreement that supports all our Eagan community soccer families.