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The All-American Series is coming to Texas this November

The All-American Series coming to Round Rock, Texas this November

After taking on the warm weather of Panama City Beach this summer, Soccer Youth is heading to the Lone Star State this November to discover some of the the top soccer talent from Texas.  The All-American Series will take place on November 20-22 at the Round Rock Multipurpose Complex in Round Rock, Texas. This is the last stop for this year’s All-American Series, as some of the final selections will be made for Soccer Youth’s premier event, the All-American Golden Cup held later this winter in Naples, Florida. 

We expect to see a lot of talented players at this event in one of the top states for youth soccer. With Round Rock located only 30 minutes from Austin, some top level clubs are already represented such as Lone Star SC, Barcelona Academy, Austin Texans, and Sting Soccer Club. Top local players from these clubs will be making an appearance in Round Rock.  Many players are coming from all over the nation, and some places as California, New Jersey, New York, and Nevada.

The event will be a 3-day event where players will go head-to-head in pool play games before heading to bracket play on the final day to determine the champions of each division.  Players will be evaluated on the first day of the event in order to be split up into teams for a very intense competitive 7v7 tournament, with the first round of pool play games taking place in the evening.  The second day will include more round robin games, and will also include our Sharp-Shooter Challenge event that players will be able to take part in in between their games.  The evening will include our All-Star games, and each division will have their top players play against each other under the stadium lights.  Players will be chosen based on their performances from the evaluation sessions and the pool play games that have been played.  The final day will consist of bracket play games, and teams will compete in order to play in the championship game and the winner will be the All-American Series Champion.

The Round Rock Multipurpose Complex is a 60-arc sports complex that has 4 natural grass fields, 4 turf fields, 1 championship grass field, and 1 championship turf field.  The stadium lights on all fields and permeate seating on the championship fields makes the complex a great spot for the All-American Series. 

This is an event you don’t want to miss out on, so make sure to head to socceryouth.com and submit a nomination so your player has a chance to compete against the best of the best.