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NSC All American Cup

June 18-20, 2021

Showcase tournament featuring full-length games.

 

Tournament Contacts

Clinton LaBeau

Director

Phone: 763.785.3679

Cheryl Blaker

Registrar

Phone: 763.717.3229

This regional tournament brings teams from around the upper Midwest and Canada.

Showcase your team's season with the NSC All American Cup. 

Tournament Details

  • Tournament ranking committee will place teams into a flight that best fits the team's competitive ability
  • Tournament reserves the right to combine age groups, depending on the total number of teams in identified age divisions
  • Teams will be notified prior to the tournament if groups are to be combined
  • Age groups may be flighted to help parity of competition if a group exceeds eight teams.
  • Please Note:
    • All metro area teams should be prepared to play games starting Friday at 3 p.m.
    • All non-metro teams should be prepared to play games starting Saturday at 8 a.m.
    • All Jamboree teams should be prepared to play games starting at 8 a.m. on Saturday morning

Tournament Fees

 

  • 9U/10U 7v7 Jamboree: $375 
  • 9U-10U 7v7 Competitive: $450 
  • 11U-12U (9v9): $525 
  • 12U (11v11): $525 
  • 13U-19U: $575 
  • Voucher Policy: If your team needs to drop from the event you have the option to receive a voucher that is good for the following events listed below, a request for a voucher must be completed by May 8. At this time we are not offering refunds for this event.
    • 2020 NSC Fall Cup
    • 2021 NSC Kickoff Challenge
    • 2021 NSC Spring Cup
    • 2021 NSC Cup
    • 2021 NSC All American Cup
  • Weather Cancellation Policy. If cancellation of the entire tournament occurs due to spring weather conditions, each team will receive a voucher in the amount of the tournament fees and may be used for specified 2021 events only and the 2022 NSC All American Cup. This does not apply to weather delays, shortened, rescheduled games and/or cancellation of tournament games after the event has begun.

9U-10U Competitive, 11U-19U Flight Features

  • Played on the grass fields of the world's largest soccer complex
  • World Cup groups, top teams advance to playoff round
  • Three FIFA regulation-length games guarantee
  • Three-person referee system (13U-19U)
  • 9U-10U will play 7v7 format
  • 11U will play 9v9 format
  • 12U age divisions may play 9v9 or 11v11 format
  • 9U-10U Competitive, 11U-19U metro area teams should be prepared to play games starting Friday after 8 a.m.
  • 9U-10U Competitive, 11U-19U non-metro area teams should be prepared to play games starting Friday after 2 p.m.
  • Jamboree teams will start play on Saturday morning. 

9U/10U Jamboree Features

  • Played on the grass fields of the world's largest soccer complex
  • 50-minute games
  • Four-game guarantee, round robin format, no playoffs
  • No scores recorded
  • One official per game
  • Games played Saturday and Sunday only
  • All participants receive a medal
  • 7v7 format
  • Teams will be scheduled in a group with other teams of same caliber when possible

9U/10U Jamboree Details

Open to all teams which participate in the 9U and 10U age categories. The age category will be played as one group, unless numbers allow to group by age & level of play (division).

Awards

Each player who is on the first or second place team will receive a medal and the coach will receive a trophy.

Tournament Rules

The rules for the NSC All American Cup will be presented in PDF format for easy download and printing.

  • 2021 NSC All American Cup Tournament Rules coming soon
  • In the 9U-11U age groups, when a player deliberately heads the ball in a game, an indirect free kick (IFK) should be awarded to the opposing team from the spot of the offense. If the deliberate header occurs within the goal area, the indirect free kick should be taken on the goal area line parallel to the goal line at the point nearest to where the infringement occurred. Players should not be given a red card by heading the ball off of the goal line, this should be awarded with an indirect free kick as stated above.
  • Glasses: It is recommend for those who wear glasses to wear a strap or sports-type glasses to participate in games. The referee has the authority to determine if the glasses can be worn.
  • Casts: It is recommended for those who have a hard or soft cast to wrap it with bubble wrap and an ace bandage. Prior to the game check with the referee. The referee has the authority to determine if they can play with the cast.

Tournament Sitemap

Tournament site map, click here.

Application Deadline

  • May 14, 2021 or when divisions fill

Team Eligibility

Vendor Information

The National Sports Center has frequent opportunities for competitive vendors to support campus events. Below you will find information regarding how to get started in applying to be a vendor.

Instructions

A completed vendor request form is required for your company to be entered in the National Sports Center’s Vendor Directory. Please provide all data applicable to your company. You may submit this form electronically or print and fax to 763.785.3660.

NOTE: Submitting this form does NOT guarantee that you will be selected as a vendor. The National Sports Center will contact you upon receipt of your completed document.

The National Sports Center thanks you for your interest in doing business with us.

NSC Fund for Play

The NSC Fund For Play is the contribution and donation arm of the National Sports Center Foundation. We are dedicated to improving the lives of Minnesota residents by creating programs and initiatives that support a diverse and engaged community. If you would like to make a donation to improve the health, well-being, and outlook of participants through access to sports and healthy, safe environments, please click HERE.

Thank you for considering!