2013 Soccer Six Winter Nationals
Start: Saturday, January 19, 2013 @ 10:00 AM (EST)
Myrtle Beach , SC 29577
Registration Closing Date
Monday, January 14, 2013 @ 6:00 PM (EST)
The 2013 Soccer Six Winter Nationals will be hosted by Bear Foot Sports and the The Claire Chapin Epps Family YMCA at the Market Commons Soccer Park in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
Teams may use gift certificates collected from participating in Bear Foot Sports Soccer Six 2012 qualifying events
Divisional Champions during the Soccer Six Nationals receive a large team trophy, unique individual player awards. Runner-up teams also receive a team trophy and unique individual player awards.
Mens A, B, 30+, 40+, 50+
Women's A, B, 30+
Co-ed A & B
We offer a variety of divisions to provide teams a chance to compete against other teams of the same skill level. Below please find a chart to help you decide what division is right for you.
A - Premier Division: The majority of players on your team are elite. They should be fit and have an advanced skill level.
B - Competitive Division: Most players on your team are fit and have a strong skill level. You may have several elite players and some older ones. Rec - Recreational Division: Players on your team are out to have a good time and play some soccer. They have good skill level but may want to take it easy.
Over 30 Division - Most over 30 mens teams are competitive - Womens over 30 are more recreational. Over 30 teams are allowed 2 players 28-30 on roster.
Over 40 Division - Most over 40 teams are competitive yet out to have a good time - over 40 teams are allowed 2 players 38-40 on roster. Over 40 teams are allowed to carry 12 players on roster.
Over 50 Division - NEW FOR 2012 - Over 50 teams are just happy they can still play soccer. Over 50 teams are allowed to carry 12 players on roster. Two players 48-50.
Co-ed Divisions - Require at least two women on the field at all time. Goals scored by women on co-ed teams are worth two scores. The tournament committee reserves the right to combine divisions if too few applications are received for a particular division.