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Global Oct 07, 2015

College Station, Texas to host US Youth Soccer Region III Presidents Cup

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FRISCO, Texas (Via US Youth Soccer) – US Youth Soccer has announced that College Station, Texas and the South Texas Youth Soccer Association will host the 2016 US Youth Soccer Region III (South) Presidents Cup, June 15-19 at Veterans Park and Bachmann Park.

“It is always exciting to begin planning for future US Youth Soccer Presidents Cup events, and part of that initial planning is choosing the best possible host city for each of our competitions,” said John Sutter, chairman of US Youth Soccer.

The event will feature approximately 120 Boys and Girls teams in the Under-13 through Under-17 age groups competing for a Regional title and a berth to the 2016 US Youth Soccer National Presidents Cup. Round robin matches take place June 15-17 followed by semifinals on June 18. Regional champions are crowned following finals on June 19.

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“The South Texas Youth Soccer Association, Brazos Valley Youth Soccer Association, The City of College Station and the BCS Convention and Visitors Bureau are proud to host the 2016 US Youth Soccer Region III Presidents Cup,” said Local Organizing Committee Chairman Billy Hart. “This event will bring a significant boost to our local economy and we look forward to presenting a great tournament for teams and visitors.”

The US Youth Soccer Presidents Cup competitions provide a progressive, competitive experience to US Youth Soccer teams from the state to regional to national level. Each US Youth Soccer State Association determines the path through which its state teams advance to the regional competitions. Regional winners of the Under-13 through Under-17 Boys and Girls age groups will earn a berth to the 2016 US Youth Soccer National Presidents Cup, July 14-17 in Tulsa, Okla.

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