National Cup – July 21-24, 2017 | Grand Park | Westfield, Ind.
National Cup XVI, the 16th edition of the competition, takes place in the summer of 2017. Winning teams from National Cup XVI Regionals and qualifying state cups in 13-U through 18/19-U age groups (birth years: 2004s, 2003s, 2002s, 2001s, 2000s, 1998/99s) advance to the National Cup XVI Finals, where national championships will be awarded.
Florida Cup Winners
The winners of the US Club Soccer Florida Cup automatically advance to the National Cup Finals. This year the finals will be held at Grand Park in Westfield, IN. Additional information on Grand Park can be found here.
Southeast Regional Winners
Florida clubs can also qualify for the National Cup by competing in the Southeast Regional Qualifier.
US Club Soccer State Sanctioned Cups
US Club Soccer’s state championship competitions allow clubs to develop a format as they see best in their respective state, which may include multiple competition levels, a home-and-home series, team seeding as well as a flexible schedule and roster rules.
State cups are open to all US Club Soccer-carded teams. Teams that are not currently carded with US Club Soccer can easily do so prior to competing in a state championship competition. The US Club Soccer passcards will be valid for the entire registration year, and can be used for other U.S. Soccer-sanctioned events.
- Connecticut Cup
- Florida Cup
- Hawaii State Cup
- Maryland Cup
- Minnesota US Club Cup
- NEP State Cups
- New Jersey Cup
- New York Cup
- NorCal State Cup
- Ohio State Cup
- Pennsylvania Cup
- Washington Cup
US Club Regional Qualifiers
The National Cup is US Club Soccer’s cup-based national championship competition open to members. The Midwest, Southeast and Mid-Atlantic Regionals are open to all member teams in 12-U through 18/19-U boys and girls age groups (birth years: 2005s, 2004s, 2003s, 2002s, 2001s, 2000s and combined 1998/99s). To accommodate the local landscapes in the West and Northwest, those two Regionals will include all those age groups and 2006s.