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Labor Day Classic

The Labor Day Classic is a great way to kick off the fall soccer season in one of New England's most attractive summer destinations.

Games are played in three convenient locations, just minutes from the beautiful beaches and historical whaling ports of New London and Mystic, CT. Foxwoods Casino and Mohegan Sun Casino give the adults a weekend to remember as well.

Find out more by reaching out directly to the tournament director

More Info

This tournament could provide soccer families a great way to enjoy the last vacation weekend of the summer and play some great soccer on some of the best fields in southeastern Connecticut.

Hosted by: Waterford Soccer Club
Location: Southeastern Connecticut
Dates: August 13-14
Setting: Outdoor/Grass & Turf Fields
Youth/Adult: Youth
Ages: U10-U14
Gender: Boys and Girls
Format: U10 - 8v8
U11-U14 - 11v11
Level: Travel/Classic & Premier Teams
Cost: U10 - $350
U11-U14 - $400
Application Deadline: June 1
Tournament Director: Rob Brule/Mark Shreve
Contact Info: Email

Places to Stay in the Area

This is a "stay to play" tournament, which means that visiting teams are required to stay in hotels that are approved by the tournament organizers as a condition of participation. This may require merely booking rooms at one of the designated hotels, or it may require booking them specifically through the tournament's own designated housing service. Check the tournament website for full details.

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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