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Welcome to the San Francisco Cup

1987 - 2014 (27 years) Memorial Day Weekend Tournament

To all our soccer friends around the world—we have some good news and some bad news.

Bad news—due to a number of reasons—including a small event called the World Cup—there will be no SFCup 2014.

Good news—we hope to be back in 2015.

We would like to thank all the teams, match officials and volunteers who have been with us for many many years. Without you of course, we have nothing. We sincerely appreciate all the love and support, not to mention all the excellent soccer. We hope to continue to do our part for the beautiful game. For this year, our friends at Evolution FC have stepped up to host a tournament in San Francisco over Memorial Day weekend. Register for this event.

Mission Statement

San Francisco has a long history and tradition of soccer, going back to the turn of the 20th century.

The San Francisco Cup is committed to two things:

  • contributing to the development of soccer—both locally and nationally—the development of players, coaches, administration, facilities, and resources
  • contributing to the development of referees with a focus on international standards

We hope you will join us.

Questions?

Email: EventDirector@sfcup.com
Web: http://www.sfcup.com/

Visit San Francisco

The Golden Gate Bridge. Chinatown. Fisherman's Wharf. Napa Valley. Alcatraz.

These are just a few of the world-famous attractions in and around San Francisco. There is such a wonderful variety of activities to do: walk among towering redwood trees in nearby Muir Woods, see a fortune cookie factory in colorful Chinatown, visit a museum or see a show, enjoy great dining and shopping, and so much more. You will enjoy the many things to do including simply playing on the beach. Whatever your interests are, you'll find dozens of exciting ways to spend your time in San Francisco before and after the Cup matches.

Check out the San Francisco Convention & Visitors Bureau or SFGate for current information about visiting San Francisco.

 

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