US Youth Soccer has announced its regional host locations for the 2023 Presidents Cup and regional host locations for the 2023 National Championship Series.
The Presidents Cup will be celebrating its 15th anniversary. Each regional location will host more than 100 teams, with each player expected to be accompanied by two additional people.
- Eastern: Valley Forge, Pennsylvania (June 16–20, 2023)
- Midwest: West Chester, Ohio (June 16–20, 2023)
- Southern: Greer, South Carolina (June 16–20, 2023)
- Far West: Boise, Idaho (June 16–20, 2023)
“We are thrilled to bring our Presidents Cup regional championships to each of these outstanding facilities and cities in the summer of 2023,” said USYS Chief Executive Officer Skip Gilbert. “Our every expectation is to provide an amazing atmosphere and unforgettable experience, both on and off the field, that participants will cherish forever.”
Boys and girls teams in the U13–U19 age groups will earn entry into the Regional Presidents Cup after successfully competing at the state association level, where they will then vie for a spot at the 2023 US Youth Soccer National Presidents Cup.
The National Championship Series will be celebrating its 49th anniversary and each regional location will also host more than 100 teams. The qualifying format for the National Championship Series is the same as for the Presidents Cup.
- Eastern Regional: Loudoun County, Virginia (June 23–29, 2023)
- Midwest Regional: St. Louis (June 23–28, 2023)
- Southern Regional: Baton Rouge, Louisiana (June 23–29, 2023)
- Far West Regional: Boise, Idaho (June 23–29, 2023)
“We are eager to bring USYS National Championship Series Regionals to these locations next summer,” Gilbert said. “We want to ensure that every element of our nation’s oldest and most prestigious national youth tournament is memorable to participants and their families. Baton Rouge, Boise, St. Louis, and Loudoun County will prove to be fantastic hosts, delivering perfect venues and will add to the rich history of this compelling competition.”