Schwan's Company has served as the title sponsor of USA CUP® soccer tournament since 1998. The company is a privately held business that manufactures and markets fine frozen foods through home-delivery, retail-grocery and food-service channels. Its many popular brands include Red Baron®, Tony’s®, and Freschetta® pizza, Mrs. Smith’s® and Edwards® desserts and Schwan’s® fine frozen foods. Headquartered in Marshall, Minnesota since 1952, the company's subsidiaries employ approximately 17,000 people.
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Schwan's USA CUP is sanctioned by Minnesota Youth Soccer Association.
The Minnesota Youth Soccer Association promotes the game of soccer for all youth in Minnesota. We promote the importance of education, self-esteem, diversity and teamwork in a safe, fun environment, allowing players to develop to their fullest potential in soccer and in life.
The Minnesota Youth Soccer Association (MYSA) embraces its members’ diversity and uniqueness. MYSA programs and services are open to all regardless of gender, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, language, culture, mental/physical ability and socioeconomic status. MYSA promotes access to soccer for all youth.
Schwan’s USA CUP is sanctioned by US Club Soccer. US Club Soccer is a non-profit organization committed to the support and development of competitive soccer clubs. It is founded on the belief that soccer clubs, which are in the business of elite player development, need an organization of their own to foster growth, address concerns, and sanction and provide programs with a minimum of rules and restrictions.