The USASA National Cups Committee is pleased to announce the locations and dates for the National & Regional Cups 2010. The most prestigious adult tournament in the nation will hold regional finals in the spring and summer. The National finals are scheduled to take place in July at the United German Hungarian Club in Oakford, Pennsylvania. The Men’s & Women’s U23 National Cup Finals will be announced shortly.
Region I National Cup Finals will take place at the United German Hungarian Club in Oakford, PA, on June 27, 2010.
Region II Finals will be held on Friday, June 18 through Sunday, June 20 at Gaelic Park, Oak Forest, IL.
Region III National Cup Finals are scheduled for May 28-31, 2010 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Tournament is hosted by the Alabama Adult Soccer and the Tuscaloosa Sports Foundation. Qualifying teams will play at the University of Alabama’s recreational center.
Region IV Finals will take place at Cherry Island Complex in Sacramento, California. The Men’s Open will be on May 21-23, 2010 and the Men’s Amateur, Over 30, Men’s and Women’s Under 23 and the Women’s Cup will be on June 4-6, 2010.
The USASA National Cup Finals will be played on July 30 – August 1, 2010. The three-day national championship will be held at the United German Hungarian Club and will gather four women’s and twelve men’s teams in the Amateur, Open and Over 30 competitions.
More than 200 teams have already begun National Cups qualifications at the state level in each of the four USASA regions. The winners will advance to the Regional Finals. Once regional finals declare their champions, these teams will earn the right to compete in the National Cup Finals in representation of their region for the distinction of national champions.
In 2010, the United German Hungarians will celebrate 100 years since their founding. The club is proud of all its accomplishments and it’s beginning to plan a year-long celebration.
“We look forward to hosting USASA and the National Cup Teams at our fine establishment and club in 2010” said Club President William Galgon. “The Philadelphiaand Bucks County Areas are rich in soccer traditions; we have hosted many local, state, regional and national events at our facility, including the 1989, 1994, 2000, and 2002 National Cup Finals.”
The United German Hungarians are committed to providing the facilities, management staff, and the necessary volunteers to assist the National Cups Committee to properly stage this prestigious event.
“Our commitment to hosting a quality event is a tradition which we uphold” Galgon added.
The USASA National Cup Finals is the United States’ most prestigious soccer competition sought after by adult amateur teams. The premier amateur soccer clubs in the country are always participants of the national championship; teams from well respected clubs that have won national and regional titles as well as played in the U.S. Soccer’s Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup have gone through the USASA path.
Tag(s): January 2010