District 6 Cup
 
2013 District VI Cup Tournament

... Detailed information is available in the application package in 'Downloads' ... ==> Click on 'Downloads' for complete 2013 District Cup Results <==

The info below is for the 2013 District Cup tournament; 2014 info will be posted at a later date.
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Team registration is now closed.  Team seeding and field assignment has been completed and schedule packages have been mailed to the teams.  Click on the age group in the left sidebar to display a list of entered teams for that age group.  The District Cup rules, a seeded team list, a sample schedule, and the schedule for Finals is now available in 'Downloads' (on the above menu bar).  Round-robin play begins on Dec 7th and 8th.  Finals will be held Dec 11th, 14th and 15th.

Coach's packages containing instructions, tournament rules, the Finals schedule, and each team's schedule for round-robin play went in the mail Monday evening, Nov 18th, so you should receive your packet by Wednesday or Thursday of that week (we're running a few days late this year).  Coaches selected as Conveners (Host coaches) will also receive notice of the Convener's meeting to be held 7:30 pm, Monday, Dec 2nd at Sequoia Elementary School, 3333 Rosemont Blvd in Sacramento (95826).

District Cup (for U10 through U19 teams) is one of two 'end of season' tournaments open only to Recreational teams in District VI (the other is the Ernie Hazeltine SoccerFest, for U8 through U14 teams.  You may not play in both of these events as they play on the same dates.  Note also that Competitive teams may not participate in District Cup; the Commissioner's Cup tournament was created in 2012 for District VI teams playing in the CYSA competitive league (CCSL.

The District Cup tournament provides a more competitive level of play than SoccerFest, but as with SoccerFest, it is also seeded into multiple levels.  The Cup Challenge group is for the most skilled teams; additional groups are formed as the number of entries permit.  Each seeding group consists of six to ten teams split into two flights of three, four or five teams each.  Teams play two, three, or four games in round-robin format on the first weekend.  Flight winners meet in a final match for their group the following Saturday (or mid-week Wednesday evening).   Players on all participating teams receive Tournament pins, and there are first and second place awards for all players on teams that play in a Final.  The team winning the final match in each of the Cup Challenge groups will also be awarded the perpetual District VI Cup trophy for their age-group.

Please review the detailed information on team responsibilities and seeding contained in the District Cup and SoccerFest application package (available by clicking 'Downloads' on the menu bar). The application package is an Adobe pdf document that you may review online and/or print. Although most will submit an online entry to the District Cup tournament, you may also use the application (page 5 of the package) if you prefer to enter by mailed application and check.

CalNorth also offers a State level after the season tournament for Recreational teams: Founders' Cup. Founders' Cup is an ‘open’ tournament, see the online CalNorth Team Manual for additional information. This year, Founders’ Cup U10 teams play on the same dates as the U10s in District Cup; U10 teams cannot play in both Founders' Cup and District Cup. Founders’ Cup U12/U14 play begins on District Cup Finals weekend; mid-week (evening) Finals are scheduled for any affected teams. Founders’ Cup play for U16 and U19 teams takes place in late February and early March.

Click here to submit an online entry to District VI Cup