2019 Far West Presidents Cup
June 11-16, 2019
College Coach Registration
The 2019 US Youth Soccer Far West Presidents Cup takes place June 11-16 in Norco, Calif. The event will feature Boys and Girls teams in the 13U through 18U age groups who will compete for a regional championship and a spot at the 2019 US Youth Soccer National Presidents Cup, July 10-14 in Murfeesboro, Tenn.
Field Map - Coming Soon
||Registration (Travel Day)
Team Information Guide - Coming Soon
College Coaches Attending - Coming Soon
Bracket Draw -TBD
Rules - Coming Soon
Code of Conduct - Coming Soon
Stay to Play
Far West Regional Championships (12U Age Group) Information
June 11-16, 2019 | Norco, Calif.
Team Information Guide
Format & Rules
Code of Conduct
Stay to Play
US Youth Soccer Concussion Protocol: The US Youth Soccer Far West Presidents Cup follows a concussion protocol. Please be advised that after a player receives a completed US Youth Soccer Concussion Form due to displaying signs and symptoms of a concussion, that player may not return to play until a signed clearance form from a medical doctor or doctor of osteopath who specializes in concussion treatment and management has been received.
Concussion Procedure & Protocol | Concussion Form
Team Manager Registration: Teams register a profile in the US Youth Soccer Event Management System to assist with event schedules, scores and standings, as well as provide important information for event communications and promotions.
Register | Log In | Team Manager Instructions
College Coach Registration: Register with the US Youth Soccer Event Management System to gain access to event rosters, player information, contacts and event information. College coaches looking to register for the 2018 Far West Presidents Cup, or additional US Youth Soccer events, please click the link below:
First Time Users: College Coach Registration | Returning Coaches: College Coach Login
Far West Presidents Cup Contact:
Tracy Ellis, Chair - email@example.com
Contact your State Association for more information regarding your state's US Youth Soccer Presidents Cup event. For more information on Presidents Cup, click here.