They need to have new and existing members sign a 3-year commitment and play the top teams in GA in each age group. If not, ECNL can easily come in and cherry pick the most successful club(s) again (i.e. Legends, Beach, Utah Royals) if GA starts to have too much momentum. No GA club would ever turn down an invitation to join ECNL.Yeah they're clearly looking to reduce travel requirements to and from SoCal. I'd expect to see more SW GA club announcements in the near future. Probably one more club in San Diego (SD Force) and a few LA/Inland Empire/OC clubs. This will also solidify GA as the clear 2nd tier league to ECNL in SoCal (not that it wasn't already). I'm not saying there's anything wrong with that, although one has to wonder if a National league is really needed at this level of competition. That said, I do like what GA has been doing as a league and I really hope they grow and see success.