New York West Crowning State Cup Champions This Weekend

The Final Four is now set for the New York State West Youth Soccer Association Spring State Cup, with semifinals taking place this Saturday for 12U-19U boys and girls teams at the SUNY Cortland Stadium Complex in Cortland, New York. Following the conclusion of the tournament semifinals, champions will be crowned in each of the 12U-19U age divisions when the finals are hosted on Sunday.

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“The New York West State Cup competition started with 124 teams, and after 157 playdown games over the last three months, 61 teams have advanced to the Final Four this weekend,” said Pam Whitcomb, New York State West Operations Manager. “We look forward to an exciting event and the opportunity to reward the teams for all of their hard work throughout the competition. Best of luck to all teams competing!

New York West State Cup Champions at the 12U level and above will be eligible for the US Youth Soccer (USYS) Eastern Regional Championships this June in Charleston and Barboursville, West Virginia. Regional winners at the 13U age group and higher then move onto the USYS National Championships in July at the Disney Wide World of Sports Complex in Orlando, Florida.

“We want to thank the Cortland Regional Sports Council and their volunteers for helping make this tournament one of the finest State Championship weekends in the East Region,” said Peter Lautensack, New York West State Cup Chair. “Each team here has competed in a competitive play-in round against the best players and teams in New York State West to reach the Final Four. We remind the teams to play hard, play fair, respect the laws of the game, and be proud of your accomplishments, no matter what happens.”

New York West State Cup is part of the USYS National Championships Presented by New York Life, which is the country’s most prestigious national youth soccer tournament. The competition provides winners from each state with the opportunity to showcase their soccer skills against the best competition in the nation while emphasizing teamwork, discipline and fair play.

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