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Seacoast United Labor Day Tournament

The Seacoast United Labor Day Tournament offers a terrific opportunity for boys and girls teams of all ability levels to grow and adjust for the upcoming fall season.

The event takes place at Seacoast United's first class facilities in Hampton, NH. Games are played on Field Turf, which means they are less likely to be called off in the event of inclement weather.

The tournament is designed for boys and girls teams aged U9 through U14, with teams placed in appropriate brackets according to their level of play. All teams play a minimum of 3 games.





Hosted by: Seacoast United Soccer Club
Location: Epping, NH
Dates: September 3-4
Setting: Outdoor: Turf & Grass
Youth/Adult: Youth
Gender: Boys & Girls
Ages: U9-U14
Format: 7v7, 9v9, 11v11
Level: Town Travel/Classic/Select
Cost: $325; $425; $475
Application Deadline: August 12
Contact: Ross Yeoman
Contact Info: Email


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