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US Club Jun 10, 2019

New England Premiership State Cups crown 48 champions

(Via US Club Soccer) – The 48 champions across the four 2019 NEP State Cups – Connecticut, New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Rhode Island Cups – have now clinched their spots in the National Cup XVIII Finals, to be held July 19-23 in Commerce City, Colorado.

“This was once again a successful year of NEP State Cups throughout our four states,” commented NEP State Cups and Boys Director Charlie Fuentes. “We are very excited to witness continued growth in the quality of play throughout the competitions and to facilitate the development of our players and clubs in a cup setting. We are looking forward to following our teams at the National Cup XVIII Finals, as we are sure they will build on the success of our past representatives at the national level.”

Last year, 2018 NEP State Cup champions fared well at the National Cup XVII Finals, with three of those victors going on to bring home National Cup XVII titles. The 14-U girls division champion of the 2018 Massachusetts Cup, South Shore Select ’04, won the 14-U Girls Super Group last year, while the Rhode Island Cup girls 14-U champions, NEFC BBA ’04 South Elite, claimed the 14-U Girls Premier Group title. The 2018 New Hampshire Cup 17-U boys champion, GPS-NH NPL ’01, went on to win the 17-U Boys Premier Group.

Here is the complete breakdown of the 2019 NEP State Cups and their respective champions:

Connecticut:
• 13-U boys: AC Connecticut ’06 Metro
• 13-U girls: CFC Valley Wildcats
• 14-U boys: CFC North NPL ‘05
• 14-U girls: AC Connecticut ’04 NPL
• 15-U boys: AC Connecticut ’04 Metro
• 15-U girls: CFC North Sky ‘03
• 16-U boys: CFC North NPL ‘03
• 17-U boys: AC Connecticut ’02 Metro
• 18/19-U boys: CFC Valley ‘00/01

Massachusetts:
• 13-U boys: GPS MA Elite Red ’06 Boys
• 13-U girls: NEFC ’05 NPL
• 14-U boys: NEFC ’05 NPL
• 14-U girls: South Shore Select ’05 AP
• 15-U boys: Boston Bolts ’04 ECNL
• 15-U girls: South Shore Select ’04 AP
• 16-U boys: NFC ’03 NPL
• 16-U girls: NEFC ’03 West Elite
• 17-U boys: NEFC ’02 NPL
• 17-U girls: NEFC ’02 NPL
• 18-U boys: GPS MA Elite Red ‘01
• 18-U girls: NEFC ’01 NPL
• 19-U boys: Aztec SC ‘01/00 NPL
• 19-U girls: FC Stars ECNL East ‘01/00 Composite

New Hampshire:
• 13-U boys: GPS NH ’06 NPL
• 13-U girls: NEFC ’05 North Elite
• 14-U boys: GPS ME Phoenix ’05 NPL
• 14-U girls: NEFC ’05 North Elite
• 15-U boys: GPS NH ’04 NPL
• 15-U girls: GPS NH ’04 NPL
• 16-U boys: Seacoast United Boys ’03 NPL
• 16-U girls: GPS NH ’03 NPL
• 17-U boys: GPS NH ’02 NPL
• 17-U girls: GPS ME Phoenix ’02 NPL
• 18/19-U boys: GPS NH ‘01 NPL
• 18/19-U girls: FC Stars New Hampshire NPL ‘01

Rhode Island:
• 13-U boys: GPS RI All State ’06 Blue
• 13-U girls: NEFC ’06 South Regional Girls
• 14-U boys: GPS RI All State ’05 Blue
• 14-U girls: Bayside FC ’05 NPL
• 15-U boys: Bayside FC’04 NPL
• 15-U girls: NEFC ’04 South Regional
• 16-U boys: Bayside FC ’03 NPL
• 16-U girls: Bayside FC ’03 NPL
• 17-U boys: Bruno United FC ’02 NPL
• 17-U girls: Bayside FC ’02 NPL
• 18/19-U boys: Bruno United FC ‘00/01 NPL
• 18/19-U girls: Bayside FC ‘00/01 NPL

The National Cup XVIII Finals is the culminating event of US Club Soccer’s cup-based championship series. Teams advance to the Finals through qualifying state cups and National Cup Regionals. This is the 18th edition of the competition, and it will be held at DICK’S Sporting Goods Park in Commerce City, Colorado, July 19-23.

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