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The Portland Cup was one of the first premier level soccer tournaments in the Pacific Northwest when it was launched in 1999.

Since then, it has provided outstanding team competition each year and now attracts up to 150 elite teams from eight states. These include numerous state champions and finalists.

The event also attracts its share of college coaches, and prides itself on its ability to offer perfect viewing of players by coaches from all over the Pacific Northwest.

The tournament is played on seven high-quality grass fields that are all in one location. Organizers boast some of the highest quality referees for each game and offer real time real-time updates of scores on the tournament website.

Hosted by: F.C. Portland Academy
Location: Portland, OR
Dates: July 8-10
Setting: Outdoor/Grass Fields
Youth/Adult: Youth
Ages: U10-U18
Format: U10 & U11 - 8v8
U12-U19 - 11v11
Level: Travel Teams
Gender: Boys/Girls
Cost: U10 & U11 - $375
U12-U19 - $575
Application Deadline: June 5
Tournament Director: Mike Stebbins
Contact Info: Email

Check Hotel Availability


Places to Stay in the Area can help you find terrific group deals on a number of hotels in the area through the Partner Network. All you have to do is click on the link, plug in the tournament dates and location and a selection of the best deals in town will come up, as well as reviews from other guests to help you make your choice.

Car and Van Rentals

For teams that need to rent cars or vans for the weekend, is a member of the Partner Network and can help you find terrific discount deals on car rentals in the area. Simply click on the link, plug in the tournament dates and location and a selection of the best deals will come up.

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