|*19/20U (May 5-7 & May 12-14)
*19/20U: Birth Years - 98's and 97s born August 1 through December 31.
**19/20U: The November 1st transfer rule doesn't apply to the 19/20U Division for State Cup. Players that transfer after November 1 can play in the the 19/20U State Cup.
12U - 18U: Only teams that participated in either APL (Arizona Premier League) or ASL (Arizona State League) for the 2016-2017 are eligible to participate in the 2017 Arizona State Cup.
2017 Arizona State Cup Important Dates
|Registration Deadline 1st (12U-18U)
||February 17, 2017
|Registration Deadline 2nd (late fee added) 12U-18U
||February 24, 2017
|Registration Deadline 19U/20U (no seeding)
||April 1, 2017
|Registration Fee Deadline
||February 27, 2017
|Refund Deadline (we will not refund after March 13)
||March 13, 2017
|State Cup Draw
||March 28, 2017
|Schedule Release Date
||April 5, 2017
|Roster Freeze Deadline (12U-18U)
||April 11, 2017
|Roster Freeze Deadline (19U/20U)
||April 25, 2017
Coaches/Parents, please remember the following transfer rules apply:
NOVEMBER 1ST TRANSFER POLICY:
Players who transfer from one club to another club after November 1st will be ineligible for participation in both Arizona Presidents Cup including Regionals and Nationals & the National Championship series (known as Arizona State Cup, Far West Regionals and US Youth Soccer Nationals) for that seasonal year. A transfer is defined as the process by which a player changes club affiliation, moving from one club and re-registering to a team within a different club within the same seasonal year.
A maximum of five (5) transfers are allowed for teams which participate in the National Championships Series, known as Arizona State Cup
There is no limitation on transfers for teams participating in Arizona President's Cup.
Seattle chosen to host 2017 US Youth Soccer Region IV Championships
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2017 US Youth Soccer Region IV Mountain Pacific Championships
June 15-18, 2017
Silver Lakes Park | Norco, Calif.
The US Youth Soccer Region IV Mountain Pacific Championships bring together 11U and 12U teams from across the western United States to compete against each other in a fun and competitive environment. The event features the 12U US Youth Soccer State Cup winners, as the top 12U teams from each Region IV State Association compete for a chance to earn the 12U Region IV Championship. Outside of the US Youth Soccer National Championship Series 12U Division, 11U and 12U teams will be able to compete in open divisions in a tournament-style format.