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2013 State Cup Champions

Click here for the official 2013 State Cup Brackets

Congratulations to the following teams for winning the 2013 Illinois State Cup and advancing on to the 2013 US Youth Soccer Midwest Regional Championships:

Age Group   Champion Finalist Final Match Results
Under-12 Boys: Chicago Fire Academy Chicago Fire Jrs West 4-0
Under-12 Girls: Grove United Revolution

Chicago Magic PSG South Blue

2-1
Under-13 Boys: Raiders FC Premier Chicago Fire Academy 3-0
Under-13 Girls: Eclipse Select NWI Black Campton United Navy 3-2
Under-14 Boys: Chicago Magic PSG Pre-Academy Spartan FC-1 Academy 1-0
Under-14 Girls NSA Rockets GLSA Libertyville FC 1974 3-2

Under-15
Boys:

Chicago Magic PSG Pre-Academy GLSA Libertyville FC 1974 2-1
Under-15 Girls Eclipse Elite Black Eclipse Elite White 5-1
Under-16 Boys: Chicago Fire Youth Soccer Club Team Evanston Premier 1-0
Under-16 Girls   NSA Premier Jaguars Eclipse Select 2-0
Under-17 Boys: Campton United Navy Raiders FC Premier 3-1
Under-17 Girls: The Academy United FC United Select 2-1
Under-18 Boys: Raiders FC Premier Galaxy SC Blue 1-0
Under-18 Girls FC United Team Chicago 2-1
Under-19 Boys Chicago Fire Youth Soccer Club Galaxy SC 3-0
Under-19 Girls   Eclipse Select NSA Inferno 1-0

 

The Illinois State Cup is the most prestigious tournament in Illinois and the official state championship tournament of the US Youth Soccer National Championship Series. Don’t be confused by similarly named league tournaments claiming to be a "state cup" championship.

Since 1966, even before its incorporation, Illinois Youth Soccer has been conducting this official annual state competition that is part of the national US Youth Soccer National Championship Series. The Illinois State Cup provides an opportunity for over 250 teams in the under 12 – 19 age groups to showcase their soccer skills against the best competition. Winners of the Illinois State Cup advance to the US Youth Soccer regionals and have the opportunity to qualify for the nationals. The national finals are a culmination of a year-long series of competitions at the state and regional levels providing approximately 185,000 players on 10,000 teams from US Youth Soccer’s 55 State Associations to compete against the best teams in the nation. The Illinois State Cup is one of the largest State Cup competitions in the United States.

 











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