Anyone know if Super Y seems to be growing and, if so, how strong the teams are it seems to be adding? My son played last summer and will again this summer so we get regular emails, about half of which are press releases announcing new teams (oddly, the league doesn't seem to put them on its website, so part of the text of one of that came today is below). If it is growing (and not just adding teams as it loses others), any idea what's driving it? Is this just what Super Y generally does? The list of clubs (prior to the announcement below, I think) is here: https://www.sylsoccer.com/clubs And part of that email: SYL Unveils Southwest Division, Founding Clubs Five clubs set to begin play in 2018 as league expands to West Coast TAMPA, Fla. – After previously announcing the launch of an upcoming Southern California-based division, the Super Y League is proud to announce the all-new Southwest Division, along with five founding member clubs, set to begin play in 2018. “The Super Y League couldn’t be more thrilled to grow into the Southern California region with the introduction of our Southwest Division,” said Christian Velasquez, Director of the Super Y League. “After pushing West with the Mid South Division last year, the addition of the Southwest Division grows the Super Y League on the national stage. We are excited to see the five new member clubs compete at the SYL Finals in the future.” Competing in the Southwest Division will be five clubs who become founding members of the league’s new West Coast presence: the Oceanside Breakers, Rebels SC, BYSC Corona United, FRAM and the Fullerton Rangers.