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2017 Region II Championships

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2017 US Youth Soccer Region II Championships

Yankton Trail Park | Sioux Falls, S.D.

June 23-25, 2017 | Preliminary Games

June 26, 2017 | Rest Day
June 27-28, 2017 | Semi-Finals and Finals

Boys and Girls, 13-U through 19/20-U




Roster Freeze: Please check with your State Association for state specific deadlines.

Parking Passes: Parking passes will be available for $10/day for $30/event.  If you pre-order as a team, the event passes will only be $25.  Teams are strongly encouraged to pre-order parking passes as those vehicles that do not have pre-purchased parking passes will be redirected into another line to purchase on-site, while vehicles with parking passes will be waived into the park.  Team managers should pre-order for their entire team by Monday, June 19 [PRE-ORDER].  Team passes will be available for pick up, along with the team's goodie bag, at Yankton Trail Park on Thursday, June 22, from 4:00 PM - 9:00 PM.  To avoid paying for an extra day, please pick up passes on Thursday.

US Youth Soccer Concussion Protocol: The US Youth Soccer Region II Championships follows a concussion protocol.  Please be advised that after a player receives a completed US Youth Soccer Concussion Form due to displaying signs and symptoms of a concussion, that player may not return to play until a signed clearance form from a medical doctor or doctor of osteopath who specializes in concussion treatment and management has been received.  See complete protocol for more information [LINK].

Medical Release Clarification: The US Youth Soccer Board of Directors removed the requirement of requiring medical releases to be notarized at their September 2014 meeting.  Medical releases do not need to be notarized; however, we advise teams to carry their medical releases with them for and during the Region II Championships.

Severe Weather Information:  The US Youth Soccer Region II Championships Committee and Region II Staff will be constantly monitoring weather conditions using high-tech weather tracking equipment and lightning detectors.  They will also be in contact with a local member of the National Weather Service if severe weather is approaching the area. See complete protocol for more information [LINK]