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    @soccer I'm from Italy, and I currently play in a club that competes in a regional* league (3rd division for U16 players). I'm moving to another country next year, where I'll be playing for a team that competes at the highest national level for the U17 category, but they usually finish towards the end of the table. Is that enough to get coaches' attention or should I aim towards lower tier D1 or D2 and work my way up to my dream school?

    *a region in Italy is the equivalent of a U.S. state

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    @mrclark063 see I saw your post a few days ago and asked myself what would I have done.
    See I should have gone for the top tier club because most of the national coaches mostly focuson it.Even though you might end at the bottom of the table but your performance will be noticed by scouts of other good (top) club s and they will induct you in your team and then you can fulfil your dream.
    Hope it helps!!
    All the best for future