Compete in the NYCFCup!

NYCFC is excited to announce the first-ever New York City Football Cup! Register today to participate in our 5v5 adult tournament and support New York City Soccer Initiative (NYCSI).

Through peer-to-peer fundraising, the tournament will raise funds for City in the Community (CITC), the charity proudly supported by NYCFC, to maintain the NYCSI pitches which provide free soccer programming to thousands of local youth each week. NYCFC and its partners from the Mayor’s Fund to Advance NYC, the U.S. Soccer Foundation, adidas and Etihad Airways are continuing to build and sustain 50 community soccer pitches over the next five years with the aim of providing safe spaces for all New York children and teens. #NYCFCup is another City-wide initiative made possible because of this ongoing partnership.

 

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REGISTRATION

 

Thank you for your interest. Registration is now closed as NYCFCup is underway!

Check NYCFC social handles and NYCFC.com for updates.

            

 

 

THE DETAILS / SCORES

 

June 18th – July 14th
@ NYCSI 
mini-pitches in Harlem, Brooklyn, Queens, and the Bronx
32 teams
10-15 player rosters
Free registration, open to players of all skill levels*

PRIZE:
Winning team will be invited to watch NYCFC vs. Columbus on July 14 from their own suite

Click to see full tournament rules

*18+ only

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VIDEOS/PHOTOS

 

 

PLAYER OF THE MATCH

Monday, June 18

Game POTM
Russia 10 - 8 Saudi Arabia Oleg B.
Morocco 5 - 10 Iran Corentin C.
France 10 - 8 Australia Richard C.
Argentina 18 - 2 Iceland Chris W.
Serbia 10 - 5 Costa Rica Gustavo C.
Germany 12 - 11 Mexico Patrick A.
England 6 - 2 Tunisia Georgia F.
COlombia 7 - 4 Japan Brendan E.

Tuesay, June 19

Game POTM
Egypt 6 - 11 Uruguay Ben L.
Portugal 7 -  3 Spain Nick S.
Peru 10- 6 Denmark  Haokai Z.
Croatia 7 - 10 Nigeria Andres M.
Brazil 18 - 9 Switzerland Gagan T.
Sweden 7 -  5 South Korea Adam H.
Belgium 12 -  8 Panama Ian M.
Poland 5 -  6 Senegal Bokkar K.

Wednesday, June 20

Game POTM
Egypt 3 -  11 Russia Oleg B.
Portugal 11-  8 Morocco Brandon T.
Australia 11- 6 Denmark  Gianluca P.
Croatia 4 - 12 Argentina Chris W.
Brazil 18 - 9 Costa Rica Leonardo F.
Mexico 13 -  16 South Korea Michael F.
Belgium 16 -  3 Tunisia  Ian M.
Japan 5 -  8 Senegal Bokkar K.

Monday, June 25

Game POTM
Uruguay 14 -  2 Saudi Arabia  Travis E.
Iran 15-  2 Spain Sam R.
France 7- 3 Peru Jean-Jacques W. 
Nigeria 8 - 4 Iceland Daniel F.
Serbia 5  - 14 Switzerland  Luis G.
Germany 12 -  3 Sweden Konstantin P.
England 9 -  3 Panama  Oscar H.
Poland 4 -  5 Colombia  Filip G.

Tuesay, June 26

Game POTM
Egypt 8 -  6 Saudi Arabia  Chelsea Q.
Iran 3-  3 Portugal Corentin C.
Australia 4- 2 Peru Gianluca P. 
Nigeria 6 - 13 Argentina  Chris W.
Costa Rica 6  - 10 Switzerland  Fausto P.
Germany 16 -  5 South Korea  Roko R.
England 4 -  8 Belgium  Dustin R.
Senegal 1 -  2 Colombia  Brendan E.

Wednesday, June 27

Game POTM
Uruguay 10 -  6 Russia Ben L.
Spain 11-  12 Morocco  Ernesto D.
Denmark 5 - 7 France Richard C.
Iceland 10 - 10 Croatia Michael E.
Serbia 8  - 7 Brazil Leonardo F.
Mexico 2 -  7 Sweden  Jefferson
Panama 10 -  4 Tunisia  Douglas H.
Japan 5 -  13 Poland  Adam K.

 

 

MEET THE HONORARY COACHES

Meet the influencers representing our teams in support of the New York City Soccer Initiative

Claudio Reyna
Team Argentina

David Villa
Team Spain

Matarrita & Wallace
Team Costa Rica

Sigrun Jonsdottir
Team Iceland

Sebastien Ibeagha
Team Nigeria

Men in Blazers
Team England

Anton Tinnerholm
Team Sweden

Mehdi Ballouchy
Team Morocco

Ian Joy
Team Germany

Chris Fleming
Team Germany

Alexander Callens
Team Peru

Josh Segarra
Team Uruguay

Gerardo Cueva
Team Mexico

Ismael Tajouri
Team Switzerland

Nick Youngquest
Team Australia

Tarek Pertew
Team Egypt

Chelsea Cabarcas
Team Colombia

Ibrahima Sow
Team Senegal

Tim Brodhagen
Team Denmark

Glenn Crooks
Team Belgium

Janusz Michallik
Team Poland

Chris Holly
Team Portugal

 

 

 

NYCFC SUPPORTS CITY IN THE COMMUNITY

 

 

City in the Community (CITC) was launched in New York City in December of 2014.

With the support of fans, CITC uses the power of soccer to promote health, education, and leadership development and create safe community spaces, where programming is free of charge for more than 4,000 young people each week.

 

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