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Boys Sep 09, 2016

Potomac area Labor Day 2016 youth soccer tournaments recap

As always, Labor Day weekend was busy for local teams, as they prepared for the upcoming fall season with some preseason tournament action over the holiday. See below for a rundown of some of the most widely attended events in the Potomac area.

dmv_premier_cup_logo_2016DMV Premier Cup
Woodbridge, VA
Results | Tournament Website

More than 250 teams competed in the DMV Premier Cup, hosted by the Prince William Courage. With some age groups as many as three divisions deep, the tournament featured a wide range of skill levels for participating clubs.

RushfortheCup-2016Rush for the Cup
Germantown, MD
Results | Tournament Website | College Coaches

Alliance Soccer Club, Maryland Rush and the Maryland SoccerPlex played host to Rush for the Cup over the holiday weekend, in an event which featured 27 total divisions across the boys and girls U-10 through U-19 age groups.

Virginia Cup LogoVirginia Cup
Richmond / Williamsburg, VA
Results | Tournament Website

A total of 230 teams played in the Virginia Cup between Richmond and Williamsburg, representing clubs from Maryland and North Carolina as well as the host state of Virginia.

obgc-capital-cup-newOBGC Capital Cup
Olney, MD
Results | Tournament Website

Many of the region’s top teams competed in the OBGC Capital Cup hosted by local club OBGC and Elite Tournaments. Of the 506 total squads in the event, 56 were crowned division champs.

FSCI Labor Day Tournament
Spotsylvania, VA
Results | Tournament Website

Eleven teams earned division championships at the FSCI Labor Day Tournament, including sides representing Lee Mt. Vernon SC, St. Mary’s Soccer, Loudoun Soccer, Vista CFC, Front Royal SA, Burke Athletic, Old Dominion FC, Northern Virginia SC, Monticello United and host club FSCI.

Labor Day Region 2000 Cup
Lynchburg, VA
Results | Tournament Website

Teams representing SOCA, Beach FC, Roanoke Star SC, Valley AFC, Salem Sabres and host club Central Virginia United won the 20 division titles at the Labor Day Region 2000 Cup in Lynchburg.

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