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2010 US Youth Soccer Regional Presidents Cup dates and locations announced

November 17, 2009 09:00 PM
 

Albany, N.Y. (Region I), Verona, Wisc. (Region II), Broken Arrow, Okla. (Region III), and Medford, Ore. (Region IV) to host regional qualifiers
Under-14 through Under-17 Boys and Girls to compete for spot at National Presidents Cup
National finals event location to be named in December

FRISCO, Texas (Nov. 18, 2009) – US Youth Soccer announces the dates and locations for the regional events of the US Youth Soccer Presidents Cup, which provides a progressive, competitive experience to US Youth Soccer teams from the state to regional to US Youth Soccer National Presidents Cup level. 

"US Youth Soccer is always eager to offer its players additional opportunities to advance and compete at levels that contribute to the individual growth of players.  The US Youth Soccer Regional Presidents Cup events are proof of that commitment, providing rewarding experiences to thousands of players who become fans of the game for life," said Ed Loucks, committee chairman of the US Youth Soccer Presidents Cup.  "The Presidents Cup offers a unique experience by incorporating camaraderie, community and competition through the great game of soccer."

The regional qualifiers determine the teams in the Under-14 through Under-17 Boys and Girls age groups that will advance to the US Youth Soccer National Presidents Cup, July 8-11. The location of the National Presidents Cup will be announced on USYouthSoccer.org at a later date.

Each US Youth Soccer State Association determines the path through which its state teams advance to the regional competitions.

The following are dates and locations for the 2010 US Youth Soccer Regional Presidents Cup events. Regional links will take you to the respective US Youth Soccer Regional Web site page:

US Youth Soccer Region I Presidents Cup

US Youth Soccer Region I Presidents Cup | Greater Capital District Area, Albany, N.Y.
Clifton Commons, Town of Wilton Gavin Park and Maalwyck Park
May 28-30, 2010

US Youth Soccer Region II Presidents Cup

US Youth Soccer Region II Presidents Cup | Verona, Wisc.
Reddan Soccer Park
June 17-20, 2010

US Youth Soccer Region III Presidents Cup

US Youth Soccer Region III Presidents Cup | Broken Arrow, Okla.
Indian Springs Sports Complex
June 11-13, 2010

US Youth Soccer Region IV Presidents Cup 

US Youth Soccer Region IV Presidents Cup | Medford, Ore.
U.S. Cellular Community Park Multi-Sports Complex
June 16-20, 2010

 US Youth Soccer National Presidents Cup

US Youth Soccer National Presidents Cup | TBA
July 8-11, 2010


For more information on the Presidents Cup, visit /presidentscup/index.asp.

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About the United States Youth Soccer Association (US Youth Soccer) – US Youth Soccer - "The Game for ALL Kids!®" is the largest youth sports organization in the country and largest member of the United States Soccer Federation, the governing body of soccer in the United States. US Youth Soccer registers more than 3 million players annually, ages 5 to 19, and over 900,000 administrators, coaches and volunteers in 55 member State Associations. US Youth Soccer programs provide a fun, safe and healthy environment for players at every level of the game. For more information, visit www.USYouthSoccer.org.
 
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About the US Youth Soccer Presidents Cup - The US Youth Soccer Presidents Cup provides a progressive, competitive experience to US Youth Soccer teams from the state to regional to US Youth Soccer National Presidents Cup level.  The Presidents Cup gives players an additional opportunity to compete against teams from across the country at a high level and provides the chance to experience a unique US Youth Soccer event with camaraderie, community and competition through sport. 
 

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