Here's where you can follow the news coverage of 2014 Schwan's USA CUP.
Kendall, England, United Kingdom (July 20, 2014) -- The Kendal teenagers capped of a fantastic week at the USA Cup by making it all the way to their age bracket final yesterday. Although they were eventually beaten 7-2 by the Icelandic side FYLKIR the boys did the region proud, their highlight being a tense 2-0 victory of Mexico's Colegio Vista in the semi final. (ITV News)
Lenovo India sent videograper Krish Makhija to USA CUP to document the quest of the Yuwa Supergoats. Check out Krish's videos throughout the tournament:
Minneapolis, Minn. (July 16, 2014) -- With a purpose for a group of girls from India, traveling to Minnesota for the annual Schwan's USA Cup is a dream come true, reports Bill Hudson. (WCCO Television).
BLAINE, Minn. (July 15, 2014) -- An inspirational team of 20 girls from India has come to Minnesota with a mission -- to be the country's first team to play in the Schwan's USA Cup tournament and take a stand against child marriage, illiteracy, and human trafficking. (KMSP Television)
St. Paul, Minn. (July 15, 2014) -- The World Cup is over but a couple of Minnesota kids are preparing for their own international soccer challenge a lot closer to home. Kef Martin of St. Anthony, 9, and two friends his two friends, Charlie and Ruthie Iyegha, ages 9 and 7 are holding an event on July 20th called Kickin' For Haiti. It is a one-mile soccer kick fun run to fund school tuition and meals for children in Haiti. (Minnesota Public Radio)
Minneapolis, Minn. (July 15, 2014) -- The Yuwa Supergoats seem like a typical girls’ soccer team. As they play at the Schwan’s USA Cup tournament in Blaine, they somersault and hug after they score goals. They trade handmade bracelets with opponents after their matches.
But those opponents probably aren’t worried about what neighbors think of them wearing shorts, or fear that their families will marry them off before the age of 18. (Minneapolis Star Tribune)
Duluth, Minn. (July 11, 2014) -- Nearly 50 Colombian youth soccer players have spent the week in Duluth, Minn. in advance of next week's USA Cup, but they are quickly learning that the Northland has much more to offer than just soccer practice. (KBJR Television)
Blaine, Minn. (July 11, 2014) -- The 30th edition of the Schwan’s USA Cup will again turn Blaine and the greater Twin Cities into a soccer mecca July 11-19.
One of the many additions to this year’s tournament will be the Handshake for Peace. (ABC Newspapers)
Saint Paul, Minn. (July 11, 2014) -- A record 1,060 teams from 19 countries and 21 states will swarm the National Sports Center in Blaine for the Schwan's USA Cup, the largest youth soccer tournament in the Western Hemisphere, for the next nine days. Play in the 30th annual tournament began Friday.
For Gauthier Scherlizin's 16-year-old girls team from Omaha, Neb., the international competition has heightened significance: It was selected to be one of two teams that will serve as ambassadors for the USA Cup's new Handshake for Peace program. (St. Paul Pioneer Press)
Minneapolis, Minn. (July 11, 2014) -- The largest youth soccer tournament on this side of the globe is back this weekend for its 30th year. The Schwan's USA Cup takes place in Blaine.
One team, all the way from India, will compete, and they have bigger dreams than scoring goals. (KSTP Television, Twin Cities)
Duluth, MInn. (July 9, 2014) -- About four dozen Colombian youth soccer players are in Duluth this weekend to practice their skills as well as explore the city before the 30th Annual Schwan's USA Cup tournament in Blaine, Minnesota next Tuesday. (WDIO Television, Duluth)
Calcutta, India (June 27 , 2014) -- Last July, it was about making the world sit up with a bronze in Gasteiz Cup and a quarterfinal entry in Donosti Cup in Spain. This July, it is the Schwan’s USA Cup.
Around 18 tribal girl footballers, hailing from impoverished hamlets in Ormanjhi block on the capital outskirts, under the aegis of Yuwa India, will be off to the US in July, earlier apprehensions of their trip getting cancelled due to funds crunch finally being laid to rest. (The Telegraph, Calcutta, India)
Kolkata, India. (July 7, 2014) -- At a time when the entire world is glued to television sets to watch the World Cup, 18 tribal girls from Jharkhand's hinterland are busy sweating it out in the fields to hone their own dribbling and passing skills for the biggest tournament of their lives.
Buoyed by their performance in two Spanish tournaments last July, the YUWA team would again board the flight in the wee hours of Tuesday, this time to fly to the US to participate in the Schwan's USA Cup. (Hindustan Times, India)
ORMANJHI/RANCHI: Ormanjhi/Ranchi, India. (July 5, 2014) -- Football means many things to many people. For a group of 18 teenage girls in poverty-stricken Jharkhand, it primarily means freedom and a social safety net. (The Times of India)
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