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Soccer Tournaments in Massachusetts

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Soccer tournaments in Massachusetts generally run from Memorial Day Weekend through mid-November (but beware, November can get pretty cold around these parts).

After Thanksgiving, the action moves indoors, and there are some pretty high level indoor tournaments (both dasherboad and futsal) held in any number of indoor arenas and college field houses throughout the state.

Besides the soccer, Massachusetts is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the country. The state is small enough that any tournament is within driving distance of Boston's many attractions, as well as Cape Cod.

Massachusetts is also home of the New England Revolution of MLS, so a trip to Gillette Stadium to see National team stars Taylor Twellman and Matt Reis could be a good side trip for your tournament weekend.

Massachusetts is our home state, so we're naturally biased when we tell you it's a wonderful place to visit. So don't just take our word for it, visit this site to see for yourself.

Meanwhile, here's our list Soccer Tournaments in Massachusetts.

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