Danvers SOCCER SALUTING SOLDIERS Festival!
DSSSF is a Festival open to Grade 2 and Grade 4 teams ONLY! It takes place on one site around Veterans Day weekend, and tournament entries will be limited to 50 teams. Unlike our Danvers Invitational event in May, this is NOT a fundraiser for Danvers Youth Soccer. All Net proceeds will be donated to OPERATION TROOP SUPPORT, which provides comfort, and support to our active duty troops in the Middle East, to our wounded troops at 6 military hospitals across the world, and to their families here at home.
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||Veterans Day Weekend, November 9-10, 2019
||Danvers High School, 60 Cabot Rd., Danvers, MA 01923
||The tournament is open to teams from Mass Youth or USYSA affiliated town organizations.
Grade 2 Boys and Girls: Attending 1st or 2nd grade and born on or after January 1, 2010 (Open Division)
Grade 4 Boys and Girls: Attending 3rd or 4th grade and born on or after January 1, 2008 (Divisions A-B-C)
Recreational, In-town, All-Star and Travel teams are equally welcome!
A maximum of 50 entries will be accepted!
||Gr 4: The entry fee of $300 per team via credit card at point of on-line application or by check , payable to Danvers Youth Soccer.
Gr 2: A donation of $250 per team via credit card at point of on-line application or by check payable to Danvers Youth Soccer.
||Gr 4 - 14 players maximum, 7 players minimum / Gr 2 - 10 players maximum, 5 players minimum
||Gr 2 5v5; Gr 4 7v7; 2-22 minute halves per modified ECYSA rules
Each team will play 3 games on ONE day, either Saturday or Sunday
||Every participant will receive an award and souvenir tournament patch (up to 14 players per team)
This is a PATCH TOURNAMENT!
Each team is responsible for providing patches for players to exchange after each match.
For additional information and questions, Email us at email@example.com
Application DEADLINE OCTOBER 28, 2019! (but the Festival may close
groups or divisions in advance if the division or group is full.)