Coquitlam Metro-Ford Soccer Club Soccer for life!
Coquitlam Metro-Ford SC launches their 30th Annual Labour Day weekend tournament in partnership with the 2016 SX International Cup
For registration and more information:
For information on CMFSC Tournament Subsidy Policy and Procedures click here.
Coquitlam Metro-Ford SC (CMFSC) partnered in 2014 with E11even Management, operators of the SX Cup, to have tournament management provided for their CMFSC club tournaments. 2014 went very well with E11even Management operating the club’s Labour Day and Thanksgiving tournaments. For 2015, E11even Management and Coquitlam Metro-Ford SC have taken the partnership to another level, combining the branding and resources to grow the SX Cup platform into Coquitlam, making it the largest Labour Day tournament in BC. The CMFSC Labour Day Tournament will now come under the SX Cup umbrella for branding, marketing and operational purposes.
Soccer Express, a partner of both CMFSC and E11even Management, returns as title sponsor for the 2015 SX Cup, and the feedback to their participation and support in 2014 has helped the tournament lay a foundation to become the top Labour Day tournament in the Pacific Northwest. New for 2015, E11even Management is pleased to announce two Premium Club Partners for the SX Cup: Coquitlam Metro-Ford SC and Surrey United SC. These clubs will support the additional venue activation as the 2015 SX Cup will add 2 more premium soccer venues in BC, with Coquitlam’s Town Centre Park being activated along with Surrey’s Cloverdale Athletic Park.
Newton Athletic Park will continue to be the SX Cup’s central home venue with 11 full sized fields making itself the premium tournament location in Western Canada. Newton will host the U11-U12 Development and U13-U16 Premier divisions. Coquitlam’s Town Centre Park will host the U13-U18 Metro divisions, while Cloverdale Athletic Park will host the U9-10 Developmental divisions and the U13-U16 Gold/Division 1 groups.
In the 2014 CMFSC Labour Day Tournament, 85 teams from all over BC participated at Town Centre Park in the U13-U18 Metro divisions. And across the bridge at Newton Athletic Park, teams from as far away as Montreal, Edmonton and Seattle played in the U13-U15 premier divisions, alongside U9-U12 developmental teams from across BC and Washington State. Tournament Director Chris Murphy commented, “we expected interest and good soccer, and what we got was overwhelming reaction to a premier soccer tournament that provided top level competition in every age group. With the amazing support from our title partner Soccer Express, along with other key partners including Sport Surrey, Signboom and Charter Bus Lines, the event was a true premier soccer showcase that filled a large void on the Labour Day long weekend in this market.”
Team registration is open now, with early bird rates in effect until May 31 in all divisions. More exciting additions to the 2016 SX Cup weekend will be announced in the coming months. We expect to sell out again, so don’t miss out on the premium tournament your team should attend in 2016!
- Professionally managed by experienced staff
- 3 elite tournament venues with more than 25 total fields
- Quality competition
- Attendees projected from across Canada and the US
- First Aid/Athletic Therapists on location
- All teams guaranteed four (4) games
- All players will receive a tournament t-shirt (compliments of Soccer Express)
- Per LTPD regulations, no scores, standings, or awards for U9–U12
- Champion and Finalist awards for all U13–U18 divisions. Winners will have their names engraved on the “SX Cup”
For registration and more information visit the SX Cup page click the link below.
About E11even Management
Established in 2012, E11even Management is a BC based consulting firm that provides services to North American soccer clubs and players. Additionally, E11even Management is a Canadian leader in event and tournament management. We offer a dedicated Management Team and Advisory Group who have worked at every level and in all aspects of soccer over the past two decades.