Region IV Rounds of the 2019 US Amateur Cup

REGION IV, Via the Regional Website and the National USASA office the below information was released about the upcoming rounds of the US Amateur Cup in the region. the National office handles qualifying and region rounds, however Colorado, Arizona and California South teams still register and play in their state cups.

Registration is now open for the Region 4 Amateur Cup Qualifiers! Please review the details on the tournament below before registering. If your state runs a state cup you will need to register through the state. Teams that register directly for the Region rounds that has/had a state cup will be rejected.

Any questions please contact Pierre Ramirez, pramirez@usasa.com

-www.usamateurcup.com

  • INFORMATION:
    • Open to all Region IV/USASA Member Teams*
    • Knockout rounds determined by draw (geographic locations will be taken into account)
    • Entry Fee $300/Team
    • Prize Money for Winning Teams in each round
    • Winner Advances to National Amateur Cup Final (August 2019)
    • Entry Deadline by April 2019

Registration and information is available at www.usamateurcup.com

Teams registered with Cal South, Colorado, Arizona will need to play in their State Cup to advance to the Region IV National Amateur Cup Qualifiers.

-www.usamateurcup.com

These three states have been releasing great information and social media coverage on their competitions. Check them out online.

You can find additional information at the Regional Website.


Remember to use the #oldtimesoccer on social media.

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