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UNITED STATES ADULT SOCCER ASSOCIATION 2013 REGION II MEN'S NATIONAL CUPS REGIONAL FINALS

July 1, 2013 08:15 PM


The National Cups Competition is the oldest and most prestigious soccer tournament in the United States for any person who is a member of a team playing in a league of four or more teams affiliated with the United States Soccer Federation and the United States Adult Soccer Association.

The competition began in 1914 for the Men’s Open Cup. In 1923, the Men’s Amateur Cup was added, In
1980 the Women’s Amateur and Over 30 Cups were begun.

Each year, some 250 teams across the United States participate in the National Cups Competition. 250 Teams! Of these, only 8 teams will become a National Champion in one of the 6 following
divisions:

Men’s Competitions:
Open Cup
Amateur Cup
Over 30 Cup
Under 23 Cup
Women’s Competitions:
Women’s Cup
Under 23 Cup

Indiana Soccer is being represented by FC Indiana in the Region II Men's National Cups Regional Finals.

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