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2016 Fallston Cup:

Girls Cup  November 11-13

Boys Cup  November 18-20

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About the Fallston Cup:

The Fallston Cup is the premier end of season tournament played in November, at the Fallston Recreation fields in Fallston, Maryland.  The Boys Fallston Cup tournament was founded in the fall of 1994, with the Girls Fallston Cup added the following year, in 1995.  The tournament allows teams to cap their seasons with a tournament providing great competition and one last soccer adventure before the holidays.  The tournament is well organized and always manned with many friendly and helpful volunteers.  Fallston Cup attracts over 300 teams for the two weekends of the girls and boys tournaments.  Teams come from all over Maryland as well as Delaware, Pennsylvania and Virginia to join in the competition and fun. 

The 2015 Fallston Cup saw a record number of teams. The Girls Cup had 205 teams while the Boys Cup had 214 teams. The Cup expanded to 9 venues with 27 fields used for play. The Cup had 706 games played with 1999 goals scored!  373 of those games were one goal games or ties -- great competition! Thanks to all the volunteers who worked many days and nights leading up to the event and of course on the day of the event - it was all a success. 

The tournament is open to all US Soccer Federation (USSF) affiliates.  In addition to those teams, we also host brackets for local rec all-star teams as a great way to cap their season.

First and second place teams will receive individual player trophies, AND those teams will be invited to Fallston Cup Night at a Baltimore Blast game.

When -- 2016 dates:

22nd annual girls Fallston Cup November 11 - 13  
23rd annual boys Fallston Cup November 18 - 20  

Who:

Boys and Girls U8 - U18

Where:

Fallston, MD

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Contact:

Boys Cup  boyscup@fallstonsoccer.com

Girls Cup  girlscup@fallstonsoccer.com

Fallston Soccer  PO Box 2  Fallston, MD 21047