Under a week to register for The Southampton Cup 2017!

By SFC Media Tue 14 Feb Southampton Cup

The Southampton Cup will take place in August 2017 and the inaugural event now has over 50 teams signed up, and there's less than a week to go to register!

The brand new eight-day international football tournament, which is being hosted in Southampton and the surrounding area, will involve boys and girls’ teams from countries across the globe including; Belgium, Spain, America, Kenya, England and Portugal.

The tournament will kick-off on Saturday 5th August 2017 and is open to both professional academy teams (Academy section) and non-elite teams (Premier Section) with selected fixtures taking place at the club’s Staplewood Campus.

The competition will see Under-12 and Under-14 boys’ teams and Under-14 and Under-16 girls’ teams participate for a chance to win a coveted trophy to take back home.

Tournament Manager Sophie Dugan said: “We can’t wait to get The Southampton Cup under way. Our aim is to become one of the leading youth football tournaments worldwide, and one teams will want to return to, year after year.

“The tournament will be a real platform for players across the globe to be exposed to the Southampton Way and display their talents against global teams.”

There are limited spaces available with registration closing on Friday 17th February, so if your club wants to be part of this exciting new tournament, please complete the Tournament Registration Form by clicking here.

Further details about the tournament can be found here.

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