Lisa Livesay submitted these shots of Magic Soccer U12 Celtic from Bismarck, ND at USA CUP weekend. “This event is definitely the highlight of the team’s season,” Livesay notes. “They are always excited to face teams from all over the world. Thank you USA CUP and Target for creating an exciting, engaging soccer environment for players and spectators alike!”
Stephanie Udelhofen submitted these photos of FC United U11 from Cedar Rapids, IA. “Our FC United U11 boys team plays league along with many tournaments throughout the fall, winter, and spring seasons. We are 4th in the state of Iowa. We play as far as St. Louis and Kansas City every year. Our team brings together a variety of levels of talent and skill,” Udelhofen writes. “This was the first year our group of boys played at USA CUP, however we enjoyed the whole experience. These boys played their heart and soul. The competition was fierce, weather was hot, but it was an amazing experience and we will be back next year!”
Team manager Lisa submitted this photo of the Chicago Rush South 2008 Premier Girls team from Minooka, IL. “This was our club’s second time attending USA CUP, but this team’s first experience!!” Lisa writes. “What an amazing experience it was for them. These girls gained so many memories with one another that will last them a lifetime! They walked away a stronger team on and off the field!”
Mark Goetz submitted these photos of his son’s U12 Travel 1 team with Blaine Soccer Club. “I took pictures at almost all of his games this season to share with his team and their families,” Goetz writes. “I thought I’d take the opportunity to submit a few photos I took during the USA CUP.”
Jeff Crank, USSF & TASO Referee/Assessor and ECSR Referee submitted those photos from his experience at 2019 Target USA CUP.
Mynda Lewis submitted this photo of the U12 Eastridge Gold Soccer Team from Woodbury, MN. The team won its bracket at USA CUP. “This was their first year at the USA CUP! Their record for the year was 29-1-1 winning their TCSL regular session competition with an 8-0 record,” Lewis writes. “Their team motto for the tournament was make memories that you will smile at and be proud of when you are 40! Thank you for the amazing week!!!”