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Sun Bowl International Soccer Tournament Returning for 2018; Early Registration Encouraged

The Sun Bowl Association reached its max capacity for the number of youth soccer teams participating in the 2017 annual Academy Sports + Outdoors Sun Bowl International Soccer Tournament and is hoping to replicate that for the 2018 tournament.

This year’s tournament is set for June 8-10 at the West Side Soccer Complex in El Paso.

“Our job here with the Sun Bowl Association is to put on quality events for the city, and this is just another of the many events the Association produces,” said Bernie Olivas, Executive Director of the Sun Bowl Association. “As a non-profit organization our goal is to put on a great event for the community and especially for the youth of El Paso. We are working to make each event better and better and this tournament has grown from the humble beginnings of 48 teams to the nearly 200 teams that participated in 2017.”

The Academy Sports + Outdoors Sun Bowl International Soccer Tournament brings together soccer teams from El Paso, Juarez, Albuquerque, Tucson, Las Cruces, Midland, Odessa and surrounding areas to compete together in friendly competition.

The tournament is open to boys and girls that range from U6 to U19.

“Teams and the community appreciate this tournament,” said Joe Daubach, the Special Events Director for the Sun Bowl Association. “It’s exciting to challenge all of our volunteers to take this tournament to the next level year after year. We strive to promote El Paso, while encouraging visitors to stay in hotels and eat in local restaurants. Teams leave with a great outlook about El Paso.”

Teams can save money by signing up for the tournament before May 10.  The “Early Bird Entry Fee” is as follows:

U6 to U8–$200;

U9 to U12 – $325;

U13 to U19 – $375.

Teams that sign up after May 10 will be charged the full entry fee.  Entry fee for teams signing up after May 10 is as follows:

U6 to U8– $225;

U9 to U12 – $350;

U13 to U19 – $400.

Teams will be accepted until a bracket is complete. For more information on the 2018 Annual Academy Sports + Outdoors Sun Bowl International Soccer Tournament,

For more information about the tournament, please contact the Sun Bowl Association at 915-533-4416 or go online.

180+ Soccer Teams Set to Play in Annual Sun Bowl International Soccer Tournament

The Sun Bowl Association reached its max capacity for the number of youth soccer teams participating in the 2017 annual Academy Sports + Outdoors Sun Bowl International Soccer Tournament.

After receiving a large number of sign-ups, the association had to create a limit after more teams signed up than anticipated. There are more than 180 teams signed up to compete.

“Teams and the community appreciate this tournament,” said Joe Daubach, the Special Events Director for the Sun Bowl Association. “It’s exciting to challenge all of our volunteers able to take this tournament to the next level year after year. We strive to promote El Paso, while encouraging visitors to stay in stay in hotels and eat in local restaurants. Teams leave with a great outlook about El Paso.”

Sun Bowl Association International Soccer Tournament at the Westside Soccer Complex,Saturday, June 4, 2016, in El Paso. Photo by Ivan Pierre Aguirre/Sun Bowl Association
Sun Bowl Association International Soccer Tournament at the Westside Soccer Complex,Saturday, June 4, 2016, in El Paso. Photo by Ivan Pierre Aguirre/Sun Bowl Association

The Academy Sports + Outdoors Sun Bowl International Soccer Tournament brings together soccer teams from El Paso and surrounding areas to compete together in friendly competition. The Tournament is open to boys and girls that range from U6 to U19.

“Our job is to put on quality events for the city, and this is just another of the many events the Association puts on for the community,” said Bernie Olivas, Executive Director of the Sun Bowl Association. “We are a non-profit organization and we’re not in this to really make money, but to put on a great event for the community. Our goal is to make each event better and better and this tournament has grown from humble beginnings of 48 teams to the present number of over 180 teams. We strive to improve it and hope to see it grow even more.”

The Sun Bowl Association is committed to display the way and quality of life in the southwest through various events throughout the year, such as the Sun Bowl game, The Helen of Troy Sun Court Charm Camp, and the Academy Sports + Outdoors Sun Bowl International Soccer Tournament.

For more information on the 2017 Annual Academy Sports + Outdoors Sun Bowl International Soccer Tournament, please contact the Sun Bowl Association at 915-533-4416.

The first and best opportunity for team check-in will be Sunday, June, 4 from 12-4 p.m. (MT) at Academy Sports + Outdoors, located at 801 South Mesa Drive.

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Sun Bowl Association and Academy Sports Celebrate Soccer Success

The Sun Bowl Association teamed up with Academy Sports + Outdoors to host yet another successful international soccer tournament in El Paso, Texas, Saturday and Sunday, June 4-5.

This marked the 17th year for the Academy Sports + Outdoors Sun Bowl International Soccer Tournament, which took place at the West Side Soccer Complex.

There were 145 teams that participated in the tournament with ages ranging from 6-years-old to 19-years-old.  Of the 145 teams, 37 of them came from outside of El Paso, with 20 of them coming from New Mexico, two from Lubbock, one from Odessa and 14 from Mexico.

Sun Bowl Association international soccer tournament at the Westside Soccer Complex, Sunday, June 5, 2016, in El Paso, Texas. Photo by Ivan Pierre Aguirre/Sun Bowl Association
Sun Bowl Association international soccer tournament at the Westside Soccer Complex, Sunday, June 5, 2016, in El Paso, Texas. Photo by Ivan Pierre Aguirre/Sun Bowl Association

“This tournament continues to provide a great soccer experience, not only for El Paso youth, but also for teams that come from the Southwest and Mexico,” Sun Bowl Association Executive Director Bernie Olivas said. “We were able to host approximately 1,900 kids and allowed them to play the sport that so many in this region love. Seeing the kids having fun and their families out there showing their support is what makes this such an amazing event.”

There were 15 separate divisions on the boys’ side of the bracket and six divisions on the girls’ side. Bros Academy from Juarez, Mexico won the highest level bracket, U19, defeating High Noon United, which traveled to El Paso from New Mexico.

El Paso’s Team Mexico defeated the Alameda Outlaws of New Mexico in the finals of the U18 bracket for the girls.  A complete list of winners can be found below.

Head Coach of the Chivas Frausto U6 team, Jesus Frausto, sent an email to the Sun Bowl

Sun Bowl Association international soccer tournament at the Westside Soccer Complex, Sunday, June 5, 2016, in El Paso, Texas. Photo by Ivan Pierre Aguirre/Sun Bowl Association
Sun Bowl Association international soccer tournament at the Westside Soccer Complex, Sunday, June 5, 2016, in El Paso, Texas. Photo by Ivan Pierre Aguirre/Sun Bowl Association

Association with high marks about the tournament.

“On behalf of the Chivas Frausto U6 players and parents, we want to thank you for a great soccer tournament weekend.  All the staff and volunteers were always friendly and helpful,” Coach Frausto said.

“The refs did an amazing job, even the people picking up the trash always had a smile.  The volunteers that were at the games always attentive to see what we needed.  There were great marks on the fields and overall, everything was great.  For what our comment is worth, we were very happy with how well organized the tournament turned out.”

Academy Sports + Outdoors Sun Bowl International Soccer Tournament – Results/Standings

BOYS

U10 Gold

  1. Altavista F.C. (Juárez, Mexico)
  2. Paso Del Norte Real Madrid Vasquez (El Paso)
  3. Northeast Soccer Atlas (El Paso)

U10 Silver

  1. Paso Del Norte F.C. Black (El Paso)
  2. EPCSL Man UTD YSC 2006 Red (El Paso)
  3. Hot Shots (Las Cruces, N.M.)

U10 Boys Bronze

  1. Paso Del Norte SC United 05/06 (El Paso)
  2. EPCSL Elite ’06 Red (El Paso)
  3. AYSO Trojans (El Paso)

U11 Gold

  1. Dragones (Juárez, Mexico)
  2. Northeast Soccer Atlético Español (El Paso)
  3. EPCSL Man UTD 2005 Black (El Paso)

U11 Silver

  1. Northeast Soccer United (El Paso)
  2. Kaos FC (El Paso)
  3. PMZ Toluca (New Mexico)

U12 Gold

  1. Halcones (Juárez, Mexico)
  2. Barcelona Texas Moran 02/03 (El Paso)
  3. LBK FC Chelsea 04 (Lubbock)

U12 Silver

  1. EP Santos FC (El Paso)
  2. United FC Longhorns (El Paso)
  3. Storm (El Paso)

U13 Gold

  1. Dragones 23 (Juárez, Mexico)
  2. Lobos FC (Juárez, Mexico)
  3. FC Juarez Bravos Red 04 (El Paso)

U13 Silver

  1. SC United M. (El Paso)
  2. Northeast Soccer Atlas (El Paso)
  3. NECAXA (El Paso)

U14 Gold

  1. Indianas F.C. (El Paso)
  2. Atlas (El Paso)
  3. Bros Academy (Juárez, Mexico)

U14 Silver

  1. Rush Sharks (El Paso)
  2. Rio Rapids Strikers (Las Cruces)
  3. Deportivo Atletico (El Paso)

U15

  1. FC United (El Paso)
  2. Indians F.C. (El Paso)
  3. Knights (El Paso)

U16/17

  1. Wizards F.C. (El Paso)
  2. Manchester United Valenzuela (El Paso)
  3. Mainz Club (El Paso)

U17/18/19

  1. Bros Academy (Juárez, Mexico)
  2. High Noon United (New Mexico)
  3. FC Dallas (El Paso)

 

GIRLS

U10

  1. Cosmos FC (El Paso)
  2. Rush Predator (USA)
  3. FC Dallas (El Paso)

U11/12

  1. FC Dallas (El Paso)
  2. Rush Predator (El Paso)
  3. SW Rush Gunners (El Paso)

U14 Gold

  1. Texas Outlaws (El Paso)
  2. Southwest Rush Predator 02 (El Paso)
  3. Vipers F.C. (New Mexico)

U14 Silver

  1. Lady Titans (El Paso)
  2. Rio Rapids Strikers (Las Cruces)
  3. EP Rattlers (El Paso)

U15

  1. SW Rush Barcelona (El Paso)
  2. FC Dallas (El Paso)
  3. Southwest Rush Lady United (El Paso)

U18

  1. Team Mexico (El Paso)
  2. Alameda Outlaws (New Mexico)
  3. Vipers FC (Alamogordo, N.M.)
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