Dallas Cup

Overview

Dallas Cup is the oldest international youth soccer tournament in the United States, celebrating its 32nd year in 2011. Since its inception in 1980, Dallas Cup has played host to teams and referees from over 45 states, 100 countries and 6 continents. The tournament is held every spring from Palm Sunday to Easter Sunday.

The field of teams consists of approximately 40% international teams, 40% state-side teams and 20% Dallas-area teams. Local teams that qualify for the tournament agree to host an international team and many are offered housing in the homes of local participating players in their age group.

 

There is no cost to those taking part in the Dallas Cup HomeStay Program. The benefits of such cross culture exposure are unlimited. Players disregard any social, ethnic, religious or economic prejudices and walk away making friends for life through the love of the beautiful game.

Useful Dallas Cup links:

 
 

Super Group Results

Sunday, April 17

  • CS Cartagines 1, Japan U-18 NT 3
  • Corinthians 2, Vancouver Whitecaps 3
  • Tigres 3, Real Salt Lake-AZ 1
  • Club Bolivar 2, Chorrillo FC 1
  • Coritiba FC 2, Houston Dynamo 0
  • Eintracht Frankfurt 4, LD Alajuelense 0
  • FC Barcelona 1, FC Dallas 3
  • Arsenal FC 5, Dallas Texans 1

Monday, April 18

  • Corinthians 4, Real Salt Lake-AZ 1
  • Tigres 2, Vancouver Whitecaps 0
  • Coritiba FC 1, LD Alajuelense 0
  • FC Barcelona 2, Japan U-18 NT 1
  • Eintracht Frankfurt 3, Houston Dynamo 0
  • Arsenal FC 6, Chorillo FC 0
  • Club Bolivar 0, Dallas Texans 1
  • CS Cartagines 0, FC Dallas 3

Wednesday, April 20

  • Vancouver Whitecaps 0, RSL-AZ 2
  • LD Alajuelense 1, Houston Dynamo 2
  • FC Barcelona 4, CS Cartagines 2
  • Coritiba FC 2, Eintracht Frankfurt 2
  • Chorrillo FC 4, Dallas Texans 4
  • Japan U-18 NT 1, FC Dallas 2
  • Arsenal FC 3, Club Bolivar 1
  • Corinthians 0, Tigres 1

FCD Youth Social Media

 

Playoffs Schedule

Semifinals: Friday, April 22

  • Arsenal 0, Eintracht Frankfurt 2
  • FC Dallas 0, Tigres 5

Final: Sunday, April 24

Eintracht Frankfurt 1, Tigres 1
*Game called in 65' due to weather, teams declared co-champions.

FCD Premier Teams Schedule

94 Boys


FC Dallas 0, Brasilis FC 1
FC Dallas 2, TSF Galacticos 1
FC Dallas 1, Golden State 2
*Eliminated

 

 

96 Boys


FC Dallas 2, Alberta SA 0
FC Dallas 4, Houston Dynamo 1
FC Dallas 2, Pateadores 2
FC Dallas 1, West Pines United 0
FC Dallas 3, FC Golden State 1 (PKs)
RECAP: FC Dallas 2, Solar SC 0

95 Boys


FC Dallas 1, FS Millerntor 1
FC Dallas 0, Cosmos West 4
FC Dallas 1, Escola Monterrey 5
*Eliminated

 

 

97 Boys


FC Dallas 4, Correcaminos 2
FC Dallas 1, Sparta Premier 0
FC Dallas 3, TSF Blue 1
FC Dallas 2, Dallas Texans Red 0
FC Dallas 3, Oklahoma FC 0
FC Dallas 4, Fullerton Rangers 5 (PKs)