Snohomish picked to host soccer regional

US Youth Soccer announced Monday that Snohomish has been selected as the host site for the 2015 Region IV (West) Presidents Cup tournament.

The event is scheduled for June 9-14 at Stocker Fields.

The tournament is expected to draw 130 boys and girls teams in the U-13 through U-17 age groups. They will compete for a regional title and a berth in the 2015 US Youth Soccer National Presidents Cup, scheduled for July 9-12 in Overland Park, Kan.

“It is always exciting to begin planning for future US Youth Soccer Regional Presidents Cup events,” US Youth Soccer president John Sutter said in a press release, “and part of that initial planning is choosing the best possible host city for each of our competitions.”

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