09 Jul National Cup XVII Northwest Regional provides 11 champions with Finals spots
Boise, Idaho | Eleven champions were crowned from the 56 competing teams at the National Cup XVII Northwest Regional, held June 29-July 2 in Boise, Idaho, and have advanced to the Finals.
The 56 competitors gathered at Simplot Sports Complex and hailed from Washington, Oregon, Idaho, California, New Mexico, Colorado and Montana.
All 11 winning teams have now earned advancement to the National Cup XVII Finals, to be held July 20-24 at Aurora Sports Park in Aurora, Colorado, where they’ll join other 13-U through 19-U boys and girls National Cup XVII Regionals champions and qualifying state cup winners.
FC Nova had an impressive showing on the girls side, clinching champions in the 14-U, 16-U and 17-U groups. Idaho Rush was the only other club to win multiple divisions (13-U girls and 14-U boys).
Here is the complete list of Northwest Regional champions:
“Our team had a fantastic time at Northwest Regionals in Boise,” said Rio Rapids Boys Director of Coaching, Tim Gallegos. “The town of Boise is amazing, and the tournament was very well run. We are very excited to have qualified for The National Cup Finals in Aurora, and we are very much looking forward to testing ourselves against some of the best teams from around the country!”
The Northwest Regional’s conclusion closes out the National Cup XVII Regional Championships. View the results of the other four regional events here.
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