FRISCO, Texas (Via US Youth Soccer) – US Youth Soccer has announced the Fall 2017 schedule for the Target United Cup, a tournament series for recreational players.
The Target United Cup is open to players registered with US Youth Soccer State Association-affiliated recreational leagues. Every Target United Cup event will contain various features, such as player hydration stations, welcome bags and hospitality ambassadors, which will each produce a one-of-a-kind experience.
With 21 events in place for the fall, the inaugural Target United Cup event is set to occur Aug. 19-20 at the Marshall Park Soccer Complex in Ontario, Ohio. The full fall schedule can be viewed in the table below.
The Target United Cup philosophy rests in granting all players equal opportunities and benefits within their level of play in the sport of soccer. All players have the right to participate in the game in order to develop and exhibit their skills while enjoying themselves. The Target United Cup format provides players with a developmental opportunity by emphasizing participation, as opposed to competition in a family-centered environment.
Fall 2017 Target United Cup Events
|Aug. 19-20||Ontario, Ohio|
|Sept. 8-10||Mitchell, S.D.|
|Sept. 23||Minnesota (City TBD)|
|Sept. 23-24||Meriden, Conn.|
|Sept. 29-30||Monroe, Mich.|
|Sept. 30||North Huntingdon, Pa.|
|Sept. 30-Oct. 1||Coventry / Scituate, R.I.|
|Oct. 7-8||Shawnee, Kan.|
|Oct. 7-8||Altoona, Iowa|
|Oct. 14||Elkton, Md.|
|Oct. 14-15||Van Buren, Ohio|
|Oct. 21||Bloomington, Ind.|
|Oct. 21-22||Ormond Beach, Fla.|
|Oct. 21-22||Pembroke, N.H.|
|Oct. 27-28||Barboursville, W.Va.|
|Oct. 28-29||South Windsor, Conn.|
|Nov. 4-5||Dover, Del.|
|Nov. 4-5||Orange Beach, Ala.|
|Nov. 10-11||Great Mills, Md.|
|Nov. 11-12||Las Cruces, N.M.|
|Nov. 18-19||Gonzales, La.|
Target, the official retailer of US Youth Soccer and an official partner of Major League Soccer, is proud to further its commitment to growing the game through the Target United Cup. That pledge also includes a recently-announced $14 million commitment to youth soccer through two new national initiatives, including an $8 million local grant program, and a $6 million partnership with the U.S. Soccer Foundation to build 100 new soccer play spaces by 2020. For more information on how a worthy soccer organization you know can apply, visit here.