Park City Soccer Club hosts national Extreme Cup Tournament

PARK CITY, Utah — From July 27-30, the Park City Soccer Club (PCSC) is set to host its 19th annual Extreme Cup, a sanctioned U.S. Youth Soccer Tournament which will bring up to 10,000 people and $3 million to Park City, according to the PCSC economic impact study.

Photo courtesy of Shelley Gillwald.

There will be:

  • 427 Teams
  • 62 Divisions
  • 6 States Represented
  • 48 Fields
  • 15 Venues
  • 671 Games

Girls and boys ages U9 – U19 will fill the rostering to capacity. 

PCSC Coach Matt Terwillegar told me, “I’m excited for this year’s Extreme Cup as it offers opportunities for all levels of players to play on the best soccer fields in the state.”  

Games will be played at the following venues:

  • Park City
  • Kamas
  • Oakley
  • Francis
  • Heber

The Jamba  Tournament Headquarters will be at the Newpark Resort.

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