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2015 Tournament of Champions Hotel info announced

Click here to download all hotel information for the 2015 Midwest Soccer Tournament of Champions.

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2015 Midwest Soccer TOC Host Info

2015 Region II USASA National Cups Hotels Announced!

Midwest Soccer’s regional stage of the 2015 USASA National Cups is once again heading to the beautiful facility in Overland Park, Kansas, this June.  Here are some details about the partner hotels:

The newest addition to the list below is:

Ramada Inn – Ask for Ana Campos 913-262-3010  $79.00 per day
7240 Shawnee Mission parkway
Overland Park KS 66202

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2015 Region II USASA National Cups Hotel Info

MN’s 2015 Coed Spring Mixer Registration is Open!

2015 MN Soccer Association Coed Spring Mixer logo

As record lows sweep through the Midwest, the team at the MN Soccer Association is hard at work planning the event that will draw men and women out of their collective hibernation and onto the grass in May.  This full-sided coed tournament often affectionately called “The Mixer” is scheduled for May 30 & 31, and will once again take over the grounds at The Blake School in Hopkins, MN.  Not only are we talking about two beautiful, fun-filled days on the pitch, but on Saturday night all participants will converge on the local Park Tavern for what could possibly be the real highlight of the weekend for some… a raucous soccer party piloted by none other than the infamous Chris Stedman & Chris Swenson of the Superfly Soccer Show.

We’re already seeing RSVPs coming in from Alaska, South Carolina, Washington D.C., Southern California, South Dakota and other exotic places.  For more information on how you can secure a spot for your team just click here.

Take stock…

As many of us head into a long weekend it’s a great time to take a look around at our friends and families, to remember all who have helped shape the ecosystem that we each consider “home,” and to generally take stock of our situations.  If you find that you have it pretty good… be thankful.  And if you can, go out and help others.

Thanks to all of you who make USASA work every day.  Your time, dedication and efforts truly make a difference in people’s lives.

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