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The Commonwealth Cup was organized to enhance the accomplishments recreational players achieve by participating is a state championship tournament in the late 1970s. The development of all players within Kentucky Youth Soccer is improved when players meet personal challenges. The Commonwealth Cup is designed to encourage and honor the recreational player by allowing the player to compete for both team and personal goals. This tournament is structured so that, regardless of ability, all players can realistically strive for the goal of becoming a state champion.
Only recreational players registered with the Kentucky Youth Soccer, through an affiliate member recreational league are eligible to participate in the Commonwealth Cup. No select players or all-star teams are allowed. Any league, club or association found to have substituted ineligible players on a roster will forfeit their games at this tournament and may be subject to further sanctions. Additionally, any team or player entered in or rostered for Soccer Village Cup, Presidents Cup or State Open Cup is not eligible for the Commonwealth Cup.
Thank you to everyone who participated in the 2019 Commonwealth Cup! The tournament was so much fun and once again a successful event.
Check out pictures from the 2019 Commonwealth Cup!
Congratulations to 2019 Commonwealth Cup Champions and Finalists!
Click here for the schedules and results.
Tournament Apparel: Click here for 2019 Tournament Apparel from Fine Designs
Kentucky Youth Soccer Concussion Policy
Please note that all coaches/team managers/bench personnel MUST complete concussion training from one of the sources below (NFHS or CDC). Completion certificate will be required to sit on the bench.
Click here for NFHS concussion training
Click here for CDC concussion training