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Soccer RI Festival

2014 Soccer-RI U8 & U10 Festival

 

May 31 and June 1, 2014

 

This year the Soccer-RI Festival will be held in honor of the Megan Cordeiro Memorial Fund.

 
 
The Soccer-RI Festival is a patch tournament.
 
Girls will play on Saturday and Boys will play on Sunday. Please note: There is always a possibility that some Boys’ teams may be scheduled on Saturday if the number of teams entered in the Festival exceeds the field availability. Soccer Rhode Island has no control over this possibility. Soccer Rhode Island is unable to accept or honor special request for game days, time or locations.
 
A minimum of 3 days prior to the tournament the Recreational teams ONLY must submit to SRI, three copies of their official Roster/Game Line-up form printed from the GotSoccer database and signed by an authorized association member.  These teams will also be required to bring proof of age for each player on the team to the Festival.

Soccer-RI U8 & U10 Festival documents .

 
 

Schedules for the 2014 Soccer-RI U8 & U10 Festival:

Boys

Girls

U8 (4v4)

U8 (4v4)

U8 (5v5)

U8 (5v5)

U10

U10

 

 

Timeline for the 2014 Soccer-RI U8 & U10 Festival:
            Registration opens – Friday, March 21, 2014
            Registration closes – 5:00 pm Friday, April 11, 2014
            Club submission review period – April 14 – April 28, 2014
            The schedule will be published at 8:00 pm on May 22, 2014
            Rosters for Recreational teams are due by 12:00 pm, Wednesday, May 28, 2014

 

If you have any questions, please contact Joe Carreiro, VP-Recreation@Soccer-RI.com.

 

2013 Soccer-RI U8 & U10 Festival

This year the Soccer-RI Festival will be held in honor of the Megan Cordeiro Memorial Fund.

 
 
The Soccer-RI Festival is a patch tournament.
 
 

 

2011 Soccer RI Festival
In Honor of the Megan Cordeiro Memorial Fund

The 2011 Soccer RI U8 & U10 Festival was held on June 4 & 5, 2011. Girls teams played on Saturday, June 4 and boys teams played on Sunday, June 5.

The 2011 games were hosted by CLCF Soccer, Coventry Soccer, Pawtucket Youth Soccer and Tiverton Youth Soccer. This year the Soccer Rhode Island Festival honored Megan Cordeiro, a young Tiverton soccer player who lost her courageous battle with cancer. Donations to the Megan Cordeiro Memorial Fund will be accepted at all Festival locations.

Teams were assigned to one of the four locations. In creating the schedule, we strive to have each team play at least one team they have not played in the RI Youth Super Liga. Each team is scheduled to play 2 games and except for rare situations all teams will have an hour to 2 hours between games. Plenty of time for players and their families to rest and enjoy the hosts’ festivities!

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2009 Soccer RI Festival

In Honor of the Megan Cordeiro Memorial Fund

The 2009 games were hosted by Burrillville Glocester Youth Soccer, Coventry Soccer, Pawtucket Youth Soccer and Tiverton Youth Soccer. Soccer Rhode Island would like to thank each volunteer, for the hours of effort they have worked to make this weekend a wonderful experience for our players.


2008 Soccer RI Festival

The 2008 Soccer RI Festival was hosted by Cumberland (John Luciani), Coventry ( Doug Peckham), Ocean State (John May), and Burrillville/Glocester (Mirko Bigwood) on Saturday and Sunday, May 31 & June 1, 2008.


2007 Soccer Spot RI Festival

The 2007 Soccer Spot RI Festival was hosted by Pawtucket, Cumberland and Ocean State on Saturday and Sunday, June 2 & 3, 2007. Soccer Spot RI and Soccer Rhode Island would like to thank each volunteer for the hours of effort they have worked to make this weekend a wonderful experience for our players.


2005 SRI Festival

The 2005 Soccer Rhode Island Festival for U-8's and U-10's girls and boys was a tremendous success. Cumberland Youth Soccer Association hosted all of the U-8's for the two day festival. Paul Bradley and the volunteers in Cumberland did an outstanding job hosting the U-8's for the first time. Meanwhile, the U-10's were divided between Tiverton and Coventry. Ray Vigneau and his core of volunteers did a spectacular job in Coventry while John Ferreira and the gang from Tiverton provided a great arena for the kids again this year. The appearance of New England Revolution's rookie sensation Michael Parkhurst, highlighted this year's soccer festival.

 

 

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