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The Penn State 8v8 soccer tournament takes place on the campus of Penn State with Beaver Stadium as the backdrop. A certain level of excitement is generated by just standing on the fields.

The small-sided format allows teams to pull together a squad despite being between seasons and in prime vacation time. Small-sided soccer also creates a fast-paced, high scoring game that give players many more touches on the ball.

This is a great tournament for knocking the rust off and for coaches to see what they have going into the fall season.





Hosted by: Centre Soccer Association
Location: State College, PA
Dates: August 6-7
Setting: Outdoors
Youth/Adult: Youth
Ages: U9-18
Format: 8v8
Level: Mixed
Gender: Male and Female
Cost: $400
Application Deadline: July 8
Tournament Director: Jeff Steiner
Contact Info: Email


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