Despite the rain and delays, the Indiana Soccer’s membership concluded the 2015 Indiana Cups finals weekend on Sunday at Grand Park in Westfield, Indiana with great and fun competitive games. Your association is pleased with another successful year in which thousands of players and coaches prepared with their teams to compete in the most exclusive, competitive and prestigious youth soccer event in the state of Indiana.
The finals weekend for the State, Presidents and Challenge Cups hosted over 2,500 players from affiliated clubs representing over 170 teams. These teams demonstrated through the preliminary round why they deserved to compete in the finals weekend through the extremely diverse weather. Even though every team that participated has talented players and coaches, there is always one team that earns the top spot on the podium. Indiana Soccer congratulates all the participants and especially those that made it to the final game on Sunday, May 31st, 2015. State Cups Finals still scheduled to be played this week due to weather conditions. They will be available on the website by Friday, June 5th.
“As the event director, I am pleased to say that the 2015 Indiana Soccer Cups program was yet again successful this year. This is due to the huge part of those who assist with the hosting and to those who play the games. Each participant gives 110% to this event and it shows in the quality and level of play during finals.” Director of Cups Angel Hall, stated. “Congratulations to all the participants and especially to those of you advancing to the regional level of your cup event. Good luck in your upcoming games!” Hall, concluded.
To see the runners up and champions, please click on the following links:
State Cup Presidents Cup Challenge Cup by Tom Roush Mazda / Lincoln
To see the best moments of the 2015 Indiana Cups – Finals Weekend, click on the following link: Photos
To see the award for the Champions and Runner-ups of the Cups, click on the following link: Awards
The 2015 State Cup and Presidents Cup champions are now preparing to represent the state of Indiana in the National Championship Series Regionals and Presidents Regionals Cups.
“Every year I am impressed with the continued skill development that I witness at the year-end culminating cups events. This year in particular, I was impressed with the not only the skill of the players, but also the parity among and between all the teams that participated.” Indiana Soccer’s Executive Director Dave Guthrie, stated. “Due to the rainy weekend, the players worked extra hard through the inconvenient weather. Congratulations to all players for their contribution to a well-played weekend of high level soccer!” Guthrie, concluded.
The National Championship Series for State Cup winners will play in Fox Cities, Wisconsin on June 20-24 and President Cup winners will play in St. Charles, MO on June 11-14. Challenge Cup winners will retain their 2015 state title.
To learn more about the Indiana Soccer structure, click on the following link: Indiana Soccer Structure.
On behalf of the membership, Indiana Soccer would like thank it’s sponsors Hi5 Monta Vida Wellness Product, Tom Roush Mazda – Lincoln (Challenge Cup), Main Event (Cups Apparel), Sports Pin International (Awards) and the rest of the partners for contributing to another successful year; partnering to bring new and exciting extra elements for players, coaches and families.
If you want to follow the progress of the teams that will represent Indiana at the State and Presidents Cups Regionals, remember that you can do it by visiting the Indiana Soccer website at www.soccerindiana.org or follow us in Twitter and Facebook.
For questions about the Cups, please contact Angel Hall, Director of the Indiana Soccer Cups at firstname.lastname@example.org or call her at 574-527-1760.
About the State Cup
The Indiana State Cup is part of the US Youth Soccer National Championship Series. The top ranked teams for age groups Under-13 to Under-19 will be selected to participate in the Indiana State Cup. The State Cup Champions will advance to the US Youth Soccer National Championship SeriesRegion II event. Champions from the Region II event will advance to the National Finals.
About the Presidents Cup
The US Youth Soccer National Presidents Cup provides a progressive, competitive experience to US Youth Soccer teams from the state to regional to national level. The Presidents Cup gives players an additional opportunity to compete against teams from across the country at a high level for the joy and the challenge of the game. It provides the chance to experience a unique US Youth Soccer event with camaraderie, community and competition through sport.
About the Challenge Cup by Tom Roush Mazda / Lincoln