2012 Kohl’s US Youth Soccer American Cup spring schedule announced
February 14, 2012 10:41 AM
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FRISCO, Texas (February 14, 2012) –
US Youth Soccer today announced the Spring 2012 schedule for the highly successful Kohl's US Youth Soccer American Cup. The largest recreational soccer tournament in the nation will be held in 29 locations in the spring, the Fall schedule will be announced in June. All events will feature Kohl's American Cup elements (tents, banners, premium items) and in most locations the Kohl's American Cup Soccer Experience, which comes with three larger-than-life inflatable soccer games and numerous prizes and souvenirs for participants and their families.
"Kohl's believes in making a positive impact on the lives of children in communities nationwide, and is proud to help give tens of thousands of young athletes the opportunity to experience a high quality tournament in a fun, family-like atmosphere each year," said Julie Gardner, Kohl's executive vice president and chief marketing officer. "We are pleased to participate in another exciting season of support of the Kohl's US Youth Soccer American Cup."
The 2012 Kohl's American Cup Spring Tour will kickoff in Prince Frederick, Md., March 17-18 before finishing up the Spring schedule in Riverton and Orem, Utah and Fredericksburg, Va., June 23-24.
"We are excited to kickoff another season of the Kohl's US Youth Soccer American Cup to highlight the many benefits of our sport, specifically fun and fair play, and further the experience with even more events scheduled," said Jim Cosgrove, executive director of US Youth Soccer.
It is the Kohl's American Cup philosophy that all players should receive equal opportunities and benefits within their level of play. All players have the right to participate in competitions where they can develop and exhibit their skills while enjoying themselves. Kohl's American Cup provides recreational players this unforgettable opportunity and places emphasis on participation, as opposed to competition.