Welcome to Forest Cup Memorial Day
REGISTER NOW! - DEADLINE MAY 8TH
WE ARE LOOKING TO FILL OUT BRACKETS AT THIS TIME, SO PLEASE E-MAIL US.
Forest Cup Memorial Day - New USYSA Mandates Apply with birth year requirements as of January 1st. Teams should use their 2015-2016 player cards but birth dates will be checked prior to your first game. Players registered to the incorrect BIRTH YEAR bracket will NOT BE eligible to play. Please read the rules as this is very important when registering for the New Birth Year brackets.
As the New US Soccer Mandates are upon us, we are adopting & preparing everyone for the upcoming Summer Tournaments..
Nott’s Forest Football Club would like to invite you to our 2016-2017 Forest Cup Memorial Day, May 28th & 29th located in San Diego, California. We host a quality tournament with knowledgeable tournament volunteers, quality referees, pristine fields and gorgeous San Diego weather that'll create a “Forest Cup Experience” to remember and we expect great competition for teams from throughout California and neighboring states. We guarantee a minimum of 3 regulation pool games for both Tournaments and a "Soccer FREE" Memorial Day on Monday May 30th.
We recognize your teams have many tournaments to choose from and we appreciate those teams who chose to support our tournaments over the years.
TEAMS NEED TO REGISTER AS A 2015 - 2016 TEAM!
Forest Cup will be complying with the USYSA/USSF birth year mandates with the birth years as of January 1st. Teams registering will need to comply with the rules and make sure all players are using their 2015-2016 cards but the Field Marshall's will check each card & medical release form to assure players are playing in the correct age.
Our Forest families will work hard to provide an excellent tournament!
We invite you to register your teams online now!
Also, Forest Cup Labor Day:
(Labor Day Cup - Sept 3rd, 4th, 5th, 2016)
We look forward to hosting your teams.
You won’t want to miss the opportunity to play in this year’s Forest Cup!
David Banks, Co-Director Karen Aasness