UPDATE: Here is the schedule for the 2017 Southeastern Pennsylvania Soccer Coaches Association High School All-Star Classic
The best boys and girls players from around southeastern Pennsylvania will meet at the Proving Grounds in Conshohocken in the annual celebration of high school soccer in the area.
Plymouth Meeting—November 6, 2017— Eastern Pennsylvania Youth Soccer and the Southeastern Pennsylvania Soccer Coaches Association have announced that the 2017 High School All-Star Classic will take place on Sunday, November 26 at the Proving Grounds in Conshohocken.
This year’s event will be an all-day affair, with games starting at 9:00 AM. There will be 10 total games between teams made up of the various leagues from the area including the Pioneer Athletic Conference, the Suburban One League, the Philadelphia Public League, the Philadelphia Catholic League, the Central League, the Ches-Mont League, the Bicentennial Athletic League, the Friends School League, the Tri-County Independent School League and the Del Val League.
“The All-Star Classic is a great tradition, and we are honored to support it and these great student-athletes,” said Eastern Pennsylvania Youth Soccer CEO Chris Branscome. “We are pleased to bring in great partners such as the Proving Grounds and Valley Forge Tourism & Convention Board to showcase these players in a great atmosphere. We value high school soccer and what an important part it can play in a youth player’s development.”
The Southeastern Pennsylvania Soccer Coaches Association High School All-Star Classic have been played for more than 40 years and have featured countless Division I and professional players. In addition to attracting the best high school players in the region, the 2017 All-Star Games will double as a college showcase, with many of the top college coaches from the area in attendance. Admission to the event is $5 for adults, $1 for kids.
“These games have long been the closing highlight of the southeastern Pennsylvania high school soccer season,” said Southeastern Pennsylvania Soccer Coaches Association President John Dempster. “With the change in venue, we can have more teams, more games and most importantly more players. We thank our sponsors and partners for supporting high school soccer.”