2014 Dates and Details
The 4th Annual Pacific Coast Super Cup Invitational is right around the corner. Some of the region’s top teams congregate each year at Starfire and then in Portland, Ore. to test themselves against evenly matched opponents who want to answer that question:
Who is really the best in the region?
The Super Cup is set for January 24-26 at Starfire in Tukwila, Washington and the second leg will follow in Portland, OR February 15-17.
Boys and girls teams that have placed in the top rungs of their respective state leagues are eligible to play in this two-legged college showcase tournament, which pits some of the best teams competing to be regional, Pacific Coast champion.
College and community college coaches will be present and scouting players during both legs of the tournament. Last year, coaches identified several players and offered spots on their teams.
We’ll be offering another popular "college night" to explain the opportunities and the recruitment process for players who are considering college soccer.
- $750 per team, U12-U15.
- $850 per team, U15-U19.
- Registration deadline: January 8.
- SAVE $50.00 - Register Early. Early registration closes October 31
- First Leg (Starfire, Tukwila, WA): January 24-26
- Second Leg (Portland, OR): February 15-17
- Each age group will be divided into an Oregon group and a Washington group. The groups will play crossover matches against each other.
- Guarantee of four matches.
Additional Super Cup Information:
If your team aspires to play in the WSPL’s National Premier League’s Showcase of Champions, you are encouraged to secure a spot in the Super Cup event. Why? The Super Cup is the next level of competition. Teams will compete against Premier Division 1 teams from Washington, Oregon, and Idaho and will find out how they measure up against the league’s best. The NPL committee views this event as a critical stepping stone to the top divisions
What the tournament guarantees: four games (potentially five) against teams from three states that are among the best teams in the Northwest region! Invites include teams from the top divisions in Idaho, Oregon and Washington.
What’s more: for older teams, we expect scores of Northwest-area college coaches to attend the showcase event looking for college potential, as they have over the past two years!
Past years the Super Cup Showcase has included college representation from, among others, D1-D3 and NAIA including Purdue University and University of Idaho, Portland State University to Evergreen State College and to University of Willamette. The tournament is also ranked by GotSoccer at all ages, so winners and finalists will earn valuable ranking points!
The aim of the Super Cup is to offer higher level of regional competition that is evenly matched. Every match counts in this tournament.
Up to 12 teams per age group divided into two groups -- a Washington Division and an Oregon Division. Teams will play a total of three crossover matches in the first round and be guaranteed four games. Finalists will play five games.
For the first leg teams will play two matches -- one match per day. For the second leg, teams will play up to three matches over the holiday weekend. Finals will be on Monday.