Cal North Presidents Cup is the qualifying cup competition for the US Youth Soccer Region IV Presidents Cup. It is a competition created for mid-level Cal North Competitive teams. Recreational teams may enter Presidents Cup although Founders’ Cup is a more appropriate cup product for the vast majority of Recreational teams. We generally recommend Presidents Cup for mid-to-upper-level competitive teams. The Cal North Presidents Cup offers brackets in the U13, U14, U15, U16, and U17 age groups.

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Level of Play:
Recreational teams or Competitive teams that compete in league play and tournaments at the Gold or lower level. Presidents Cup is recommended for mid-level to upper-level competitive teams that may be the first or second tier competitive team within their club or league. Teams that participated in the 2013/2014 Cal North State Cup quarterfinals, semifinals or championships or teams that compete in the highest division of a Regional Playing League (CRL) are not eligible to enter are not eligible to enter Presidents Cup and should select State Cup as their cup option
Open To:
All eligible Cal North registered teams
Age Groups:
Under 13 – Under 17 Boys and Girls
Competition Dates:
April 22-23 or April 29-30, 2017
One weekend of round robin competition
May 6-7, 2017
One weekend of single elimination round competition
Tracy Sports Complex
Plasencia Soccer Fields
Mistlin Sports Park (map)
Application Deadline:
March 15, 2017
Entry Fees:
Additional Info:
Cal North Presidents Cup is the qualifier for US Youth Soccer Presidents Cup. Champions as well as a limited number of wildcard teams will advance to compete for a regional championship at the US Youth Soccer Region IV Presidents Cup in Salt Lake City, Utah June 13-18, 2017. The wildcard slots are selected by blind draw at the Region IV Presidents Cup bracketing draw.
Read More About Presidents Cup.
See schedules & results, and list of teams that have applied.
See Cup Directives Rules and Regulations, and other important documents.

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