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New Jersey Youth Soccer Crowns Fall State Cups Champions

East Windsor, N.J. (Nov. 4, 2019) - New Jersey Youth Soccer crowned its 11U-14U National Championship Series, Presidents Cup and Commissioner Cup champions over the weekend, with finals for each competition being played on Sunday.

NJYS National Championship Series Champions:

11U Girls: Cedar Stars Academy Monmouth 2009 Green

11U Boys: Cedar Stars Academy Monmouth 2009 Green

12U Girls: Torpedoes SC Red Saxton

12U Boys: NJ Premier 2008

13U Girls: STA-MUSC 2007 USYS

13U Boys: SC Vistula Garfield Lewandowski

14U Girls: Real Jersey FC 2006

14U Boys: Real Jersey FC 2006

NJYS Presidents Cup Champions:

11U Girls: Roxbury MSC Elite Ruckus

11U Boys: Greater Flemington SC CAPS PSG 09

12U Girls: B'Elite Player Development SC Clash

12U Boys: Princeton FC 2008 Porto

13U Girls: GPS NJ South 07

13U Boys: WSA UCFC Sampdoria

14U Girls: TSF Academy 2006

14U Boys: Union SC Dragons Blue

NJYS Commissioners Cup Champions:

11U Girls: Deptford Premier FC 09

11U Boys: Torpedoes Red

12U Girls: TSF Academy 2008

12U Boys: Stateline SC 2008 Eagles

13U Girls: Moorestown SC Fury 2007

13U Boys: Ironbound SC 07 White-Jaguars

14U Girls: TBAA Premier 2006 Thunder

14U Boys: BSM Elite 06 Cosmos

The U.S. Youth Soccer National Championship Series is the country's most prestigious national youth soccer tournament, providing winners from each state the opportunity to showcase their soccer skills against the best competition in the nation while emphasizing teamwork, discipline and fair play.

The Presidents Cup is a national tournament that is designed to create a high-level competition for teams that are looking to play against teams of similar abilities, where those teams that advance will play for a regional or possibly a national title.

The Commissioners Cup is a tournament that was successfully introduced in 2018. The competition hosts travel teams in the 11U to 14U age groups in the fall, with the 15U through 18U/19U age groups participating in the spring/summer. This state-only tournament is designed to create a challenging and enjoyable event for teams that do not play in the National Championship Series or Presidents Cup.

Players, coaches and parents at the NJYS State Cups Finals were also treated to special guest appearances on Sunday from former NJYS and current professional players RJ Allen (Philadelphia Union), Nicole Baxter (Sky Blue FC) and Sean Davis (New York Red Bulls).

To find out more information about New Jersey Youth Soccer or to contact us directly, please email communications@njyouthsoccer.com. Also make sure to follow us on social media: @NJYouthSoccer