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USA CUP Community

USA CUP is proud of the relationships we've formed with businesses, community groups, governments and the public at large. Without input and help from these groups, we would not be a successful tournament. Here is a brief description of the various communities found at USA CUP.

Lodging

We have several housing options for teams who are visiting from out of state. Dormitories, hotels, homestay with local families and camping are available options for teams.

Kick Cancer

We're kicking cancer at Target USA CUP! We want to use this tournament to give back to the community. All proceeds raised will be donated to the University of Minnesota Masonic Children's Hospital.

Volunteers

The lifeblood of our tournament are the hundreds of volunteers who dedicate their time and energy to ensure this is an experience that will never be forgotten by players and teams. We invite you to be a part of this special event and volunteer for USA CUP.

Referees

Referees of all ages and levels from over 10 countries and 30 U.S. states join us for USA CUP annually. Target USA CUP is the best place to make referee memories and contribute to the great game.

Sponsors

The support we receive from our sponsors help us achieve our goals for a first-class event at first-class facilities. We have lots of diverse ways that companies can become involved with USA CUP.

College Coaches

Interested in college recruiting? Then leave your bulky player profile booklets at home! USA CUP will provide college coaches with all the information they need. 

Vendors

The National Sports Center and USA CUP has frequent opportunities for competitive vendors to support campus events. Find out how to get started in applying to be a vendor.

Medical

We have a dedicated medical staff with state-of-the-art on site facilities to treat the inevitable injuries that occur while playing soccer.

About Minneapolis/St. Paul

Summer in the twin cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul offers the best time of the year to explore all the happenings in the metro area that's consistently rated one of the best places to live in the United States.

Parking

Find out where to park so you have the shortest walk to your fields.