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Eastern Pennsylvania Youth Soccer State Cup Crowns Champions!


This past weekend, the Eastern Pennsylvania Youth Soccer State Cup turned up the heat with electrifying matches between the region's top youth teams. Held at the WSFS Bank Sportsplex, the tournament saw champions across various age groups, showcasing incredible talent and unwavering determination. This marked the first year the State Cups were held at this state-of-the-art facility.


Young Stars Shine Bright

From the U12 age group to U19, the competition was fierce. Check out some of our favorite game moments and impressive performances: 


  • The game between Reading Rage Pugh and Penn FC Youth was an edge-of-your-seat battle! In the end, Ellie Leffler from Reading Rage Pugh launched a lofted shot that found the net just minutes after Penn FC Youth had tied the score. It was an exciting game with a total of 9 goals.
  • Another 9-goal match with a hat-trick by Mattie Williams (U16 Girls Presidents Cup)
  • A U12 Lower Merion derby with a second-half comeback and overtime victory (U12 Presidents Cup)
  • In another exciting game, coach Chris Tomarelli led his daughter's team, Springfield SC, to victory in the U15 Girls' championship



The excitement continued throughout the weekend, with champions crowned in each age group. Check out the full list of winners below:


NCS State Cup Final Results


  • U-12 Girls: Penn Fusion Academy 4-0 Philadelphia Ukrainian Nationals
  • U-12 Boys: FC Delco 2-0 Keystone FC
  • U-13 Girls: Yardley Makefield Soccer 2-0 Hex FC
  • U-13 Boys: Keystone FC 2-1 Philadelphia Ukrainian Nationals
  • U-14 Girls: 1776 United FC 2-1 Warrington SC
  • U-14 Boys: Yardley Makefield Soccer 3-1 Capital Area SA
  • U-15 Girls: Reading Rage 3-1 Penn Alliance Select
  • U-15 Boys: Quaker Elite 2-1 Yardley Makefield Soccer
  • U-16 Girls: Yardley Makefield Soccer 2-1 Penn FC Youth
  • U-16 Boys: FC Delco 1-0 Yardley Makefield Soccer
  • U-17 Girls: Reading Rage 5-4 Penn FC Youth
  • U-17 Boys: Penn Fusion Academy 2-1 Keystone FC

President's Cup Champions Add to the Excitement

The Eastern Pennsylvania Youth Soccer action wasn't limited to the State Cup. The President's Cup also saw its fair share of thrilling matches. Here's a quick rundown of the President's Cup champions:


Presidents Cup Final Results


  • U-12 Girls: Hex FC 3-2 Yardley Makefield Soccer
  • U-12 Boys: Lower Merion Rovers Navy 6-3 Lower Merion Rovers Red
  • U-13 Girls: Lehigh Valley United 1-0 Sporting PA
  • U-13 Boys: Hulmeville SC 2-0 Lancaster Elite
  • U-14 Girls: Central Susquehanna Phoenix 3-2 PA Mutiny Gold
  • U-14 Boys: Steel United PA 2-0 Keystone FC
  • U-15 Girls: Springfield SC 2-1 Huntington Valley AA
  • U-15 Boys: Southern Chester County Dragons 2-1 Hulmeville SC
  • U-16 Girls: Warrington SC 6-3 Penn Fusion Academy
  • U-16 Boys: Keystone FC 3-2 Dillsburg Area SC
  • U-17 Girls: Western Lehigh United 3-2 Warrington SC
  • U-17 Boys: Vereinigung Erzgebirge 2-1 Lower Merion SC
  • U-18 Girls: 1776 United FC 2-1 Iron Valley United
  • U-18 Boys: Vereinigung Erzgebirge 4-1 Lower Mac Soccer Academy
  • U-19 Girls: Keystone FC 2-1 Towamencin Youth
  • U-19 Boys: Lionville SC 2-1 Yardley Makefield Soccer


Beyond the Victories - A Celebration of Youth Soccer

The State and President’s Cup wasn't just about crowning champions. It was a celebration of the beautiful game and the dedication of young athletes. The tournament provided a platform for these aspiring soccer stars to showcase their skills, build teamwork, and gain valuable experience. Witnessing the passion, sportsmanship, and relentless determination displayed by these young players was truly inspiring for everyone involved. 



Incredible Performances and Back-to-Back Victories

Several teams deserve special recognition for their outstanding performances. Here are some highlights from the weekend:


  • Reading Rage SC: Their U14 and U16 Girls teams achieved a remarkable feat, winning back-to-back State Cup championships (NCS).
  • YMS (Youth Master Soccer): Boasting an impressive showing, they had 7 teams participate, with 3 emerging victorious in the NCS competition.
  • Keystone FC: A powerhouse presence, they had 7 teams competing, resulting in 3 wins across both the NCS and Presidents Cup.
  • Lower Merion SC (LMSC): LMSC made history by sending both their U12 Boys teams to the President's Cup finals!
  • Springfield SC: This year marked a significant milestone for Springfield SC as they secured their first-ever Presidents Cup victory.
  • Central Susquehanna SC: The U14 Girls team from Central Susquehanna added another trophy to their cabinet, achieving back-to-back Presidents Cup wins.


The Journey Continues!

The Eastern Pennsylvania Youth Soccer calendar is packed with action! Don't miss the U18/U19 NCS Finals and the U9-U19 Challenge Cup Finals on June 2nd. Witness future stars battle it out for the coveted champion title.