- Awesome New Complex
- Variety of Clubs
- Scheduling Help
- One Complex
- Multiple Team Discounts
The Southern Soccer Cup is in Montgomery, Alabama and held at the brand new Emory Folmar YMCA Soccer Complex.
This exciting tournament is designed for all levels of Select teams seeking to play against opponents of similar abilities in a quality setting. If your team is not a top level team do not worry we will have a place for you!
This is your opportunity to be among the first to play in one of the south's newest and finest soccer facilities. You will also experience outstanding competition, great awards, and a well run event.
We accept USYSA and US Clubs teams.
This state of the art facility opened in May 2012 and was home to the NAIA Men's National Championship. The facility includes the following:
- 8 Full Size Fields (Lighted)
- 2 Stadium Fields (Seating for 4000)
- State of the Art Amenities
We are proud to say that we are investing in quality referees for this tournament. We know that skilled officiating is vital to a positive tournament experience, so we are inviting the top officials from around the region to work our event. Our goal is to have the south's best youth soccer tournament experience in every way.
April 2-3, 2016
Boys u8 - u19
Girls u8 -u19
u8-u10 (6v6) - $475
u10 (8v8) - $475
u11-u12 (8v8) - $550
u12-u19 (11v11) - $650
(5 Teams or more will receive $50 off each team.)
Online Check-in is now available for this event.
What is Online Check-in?
Online Check-in eliminates the need for your team to show up in person before your first game by allowing you to complete the check-in process online.
You will be required to upload .pdf files or images to the secure sincSports cloud.
The event will determine which documents are required.
There is a $20 non-refundable fee.
You must scan documents or take digital photos to complete this process.
We will help you through the rest! Please click the link below to begin:
Begin Online Check-in
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