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2014 Presidents Cup Rulesclick here (PDF)

2014/15 Presidents Cup Approaching
Registration for the 2014 Presidents Cup is underway for the U15-U17 age groups.  Registration for U12-U14 teams has closed; the U12-U14 age groups will compete for the PA West Soccer Presidents Cup title November 1 and 2 for the right to advance to the Region I Presidents Cup next spring.  The U15-U17 teams will compete next March 28 and 29.

Deadline to register:
U15-17:  March 1

Registration fee is $250.00

PA West Soccer Presidents Cup Results
The U15-U17 President Cup Champs were crowned the weekend of April 5-6.  Six teams punched their tickets to the Region I Presidents Cup Memorial Day Weekend.

Pittsburgh Football Club had the biggest haul of the weekend; their U15 and U16 girls plus their U17 boys won their age groups.  The Foothills U17 girls claimed the remaining girls crown.  The Centre U15 boys advanced as did the Penn Trafford U16 boys.

Last fall, the U12-U14 Presidents Cup Champs were crowned the weekend of November 9-10.

On the boys side of play Foothills claimed the U12 title, PFC earned the U13 crown, and AFFC sits atop the U14 age group.  The girls competition saw Foothills win the U12 and U13 age groups while Crew Academy garnered the U14 top spot.  Complete results can be found using the Schedule link above.

PA West Soccer To Host 2014 and 2015 Region I Presidents Cup
The Region I Presidents Cup comes to western PA in 2014 and 2015.  The Region I Presidents awarded the Memorial Day weekend tournament to PA West Soccer.  The annual competition sees its winners advance to the US Youth Soccer National Presidents Cup.

The tournament will be played at Slippery Rock University, North Boundary Park in Cranberry, and Graham Park in Cranberry.  The four-day event will bring the state Presidents Cup champions from the New England and Mid-Atlantic states on a quest to claim the Region I title.

The tournament is open to any U12-U17 boys or girls team, including those that haven't reached the semi-finals of State Cup or played in a Region I league.  Teams qualify through their state's President Cup.