The 2011 USASA National Cup Finals will be held July 15-17 at Lovers Lane Park in Bowling Green, Kentucky.
National Cups Final Schedule (Excel)
National Cup Rosters
With the conclusion of the Region I, Region II and Region III U23 finals the weekend of June 18, the field for the 2011 USASA National Cup finals is now set. Starting July 15, the twenty-four regional champions will descend upon Bowling Green, Kentucky, at the Lovers Lane Soccer Complex in hopes of capturing titles in the most prestigious amateur soccer tournament in the United States. Leading the way are two 2010 National Cup champions looking to defend their crowns, NY Pancyprian Freedom in Men’s Open and Eagles SC in Women’s U23. Also returning are 2010 Men’s O30 National Cup semi-final participants, United SC and Royal Eagles Kickers. The 2011 regional champions are:
Men’s Open - NY Pancyprian Freedom (ENY)
Men’s Amateur - Mass Premier Soccer (MA)
Women’s Cup - ASA Chesapeake Charge (MD)
Men’s O30 - United SC (DC/VA)
Men’s U23 - FC New York United (ENY)
Women’s U23 - Southampton Crunch (EPA)
Men’s Open - AAC Eagles (IL)
Men’s Amateur - RWB Adria (IL)
Women’s Cup - St. Louis JB Marine (MO)
Men’s O30 - Corona FC (KS)
Men’s U23 - Scott Gallagher (MO)
Women’s U23 - KC Dynamos (KS)
Men’s Open - ASC New Stars (TXS)
Men’s Amateur - Legends FC (NTX)
Women’s Cup - Triad United Aces (NC)
Men’s O30 - Royal Eagles Kickers (FL)
Men’s U23 - Carolina Railhawks (NC)
Women’s U23 - D’Feeters (NTX)
Men’s Open - Doxa Italia (CAS)
Men’s Amateur - PSA Elite (CAS)
Women’s Cup - Sparta United WSC (UT)
Men’s O30 - San Diego Surf (CAS)
Men’s U23 - Lazio (UT)
Women’s U23 - Eagles SC (CAS)
Semi-final matchups will pit teams from Region I against their Region II counterparts while Region III teams will square off with Region IV. The games get underway with the O30 division at 9:00 AM on Friday, July 15, and conclude with the Women’s U23 and Men’s Amateur finals at 1:00 PM on Sunday, July 17.
The USASA National Cups consists of six competitions: Men’s US Open Cup, Men’s Amateur Cup, Women’s Cup, Men’s Over 30 Cup, Men’s Under 23 Cup and Women’s Under 23 Cup. 2010 champions were Pancyprian Freedom - ENY (Men’s Open), Boston Olympiakos - MA (Men’s Amateur), New York Athletic Club - ENY (Women’s Cup), Ajax - MO (Men’s O30), Chicago Fire U23 - NPSL (Men’s U23) and Eagles - CAS (Women’s U23).
Note to teams and players: For player rosters and dates/deadlines specific to your regional competition, please click the links on the right side of this page.
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