State Cup Final 4 Results
June 3 & 4 at TSE, Rochester - And the Winners Are!
The US Youth Soccer National Championships cap a year-long tournament, which features competition for boys and girls teams in age groups Under 12 through Under 19.

It begins with teams throughout our state association vying for the US Youth Soccer State Championship titles.

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The NYSW edition of the US Youth Soccer National Championship Series, was held on June 3-4, 2006 at the Total Sports Experience, 880 Elmgrove Road, Rochester, NY.  We wish all of our winning teams the best of luck as they advance to the Region 1 Tournament in Virginia Beach.

2006 Winners

U12B - Rochester FC U12G - Syracuse FC
U13B - Syracuse FC U13G - BC United Fusion
U14B - Buffalo United U14G - Syracuse FC
U15B - Rochester Jr Rhinos U15G - Rochester Jr Rhinos
U16B - Syracuse FC U16G - Buffalo United
U17B - Rochester Jr Rhinos U17G - Syracuse Blitz
U18B - Rochester Jr Rhinos U18G - Syracuse FC
U19B - Syracuse Blitz U19G - Rochester Jr Rhinos

Photos of Winning Teams
Final Standings

National Championship Series 2006 Standings

College Coaches at 2006 State Cup
Were You being Scouted?
The following colleges were reperesented during the 2006 NYSW State Cup:
Binghamton University
William Smith College
Monroe Community College
Roberts Wesleyan College
Wells College
Canisius College
State University of NY at Geneseo
State University of NY at Morrisville
University of Buffalo
St. John Fisher College
State University of NY at Fredonia
University of Rochester
Cornell University
Niagara University
Nazareth College
Syracuse University
Niagara Community College
State University of NY at Cortland
United States Naval Academy
Hilbert College
Alfred University
Over 10,000 Teams Compete for the Right to Play this Summer
Who will advance to play for the US Youth Soccer National Championship?
US Youth Soccer State Champions continue to be crowned across the country as teams look to earn their way to the second leg of the US Youth Soccer National Championship Series, the US Youth Soccer Regional Championships.

With more than 10,000 teams in contention, they will soon be paired down to just over 900 as teams continue to play for one of the most lucrative spots in youth soccer.  The top 48 teams in the country will play for the US Youth Soccer National Championship, the oldest in the country.

The upcoming weeks will be full of excitement as teams playing in the US Youth Soccer State Championships will know their fate in this year’s Series.