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Soccer Tournaments in North Carolina

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Soccer tournaments in North Carolina attract some of the most competitive teams from the East Coast. It's a popular location among teams from Maine to Florida because of its central location and pleasant climate.

The outdoor season kicks off annually with the Gaston Icebreaker Cup in January and wraps up in the first week of December with the CASL Showcase Shootout in Raleigh.

North Carolina is home to perhaps the most successful college sports team in NCAA history, Anson Dorrance's UNC Women's soccer team. It is also home to the 2007 NCAA Men's College Cup Champion Wake Forrest.

Besides soccer, North Carolina is a top tourist destination. The coastline is made up of barrier islands called the Outer Banks where you can enjoy historic lighthouses, wild horses, charming fishing villages, abundant seafood and beautiful beaches.

You can take the ferry to Cape Hatteras and enjoy some of the best surf on the East Coast or travel inland to admire the scenic mountains of western North Carolina, which are among the oldest on Earth, and contain the highest mountain (Mount Mitchell), deepest gorge (Linville Gorge), and highest waterfall (Whitewater Falls) in the eastern United States.

Here, there, is our listing of Soccer Tournaments in North Carolina. If you're having trouble finding the event you want, you can try our search function below.

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