The Junior Cup Festival application is open to Cal North teams and any other eligible team registered with a US Soccer affiliated organization. This soccer tournament is an end of season even for U9-U12.

Teams qualified to play:

Founder’s Cup Division – recreational level only for U10 and U12

Association’s Cup Division- recreational or competitive play for copper or bronze (entry to mid-level)

State Cup Division- recreational or competitive play at Silver or Gold

All eligible teams may apply to participate in this tournament. Applications are accepted on a first-applied, first-accepted basis until the brackets are filled.

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Levels of Play:

Founders’ Cup Division
Recreational Teams only

Association Cup Division
Recreational teams or Competitive teams that compete in league play and tournaments at the Copper or Bronze level. Association Cup Division is recommended for entry-level to mid-level competitive teams.

State Cup Division
Recreational teams or Competitive teams. State Cup Division is recommended for teams that competed in league and tournament play at the Silver and Gold level.

Open To:

Cal North member teams and other teams registered with US Soccer affiliated organizations.

 

Age Groups:

Founders’ Cup Division
U10 and U12

Association Cup Division
U9, U10, U11, and U12

State Cup Division
U9, U10, U11, and U12

Competition Dates:

Preliminary Round and Championship Games – December 7-8, 2019 and December 14-15, 2019 if necessary

Location:

U9 and U10 competition – Tracy Sports Complex (Directions)
U11 and U12 competition – Cherry Island Soccer Complex (Directions) ( Field Diagram)

 

Application Deadline:

November 15, 2019

Entry Fees:

$375
Payments, including checks, e-checks and credit card information entered in the online application will not be processed until/unless the team is accepted.

Find out More:

Read FAQ’s and more information about Junior Cup Festival

Additional Info:

See list of teams that have applied

Schedules and Results

Cup Directives, Rules and Regulations