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The Beach Soccer USA Cup

The Beach Soccer USA Cup is a professional international beach soccer tournament that hosts teams from all over the world.  This international tournament has cash prizes for 1st, 2nd, 3rd & 4th place.  Entry fee into the PRO event is $695 USD, In 2016, the cash prizes are as follows:

  1. 1st place = $10,000 USD
  2. 2nd place = $5,000 USD
  3. 3rd place = $3,000 USD
  4. 4th place = $2,000 USD
The Beach Soccer USA Cup - Event Rules

The games take place in the Beach Soccer Stadium located within The Beach Soccer Championships. The Beach Soccer Stadium has a capacity of 1,800 seated spectators plus an additional 600 standing spectators.  The tournament is ranked among the top Professional beach soccer tournaments in the USA & has built a reputation of attracting the elite beach soccer teams from the USA & around the world.

The Beach Soccer USA Cup has hosted teams from the following nations: Senegal, Japan, Portugal, Colombia, Switzerland, Mexico, Canada, Spain, Tahiti, Netherlands, Brazil, Peru, United Arab Emirates and Italy. Access to the Beach Soccer Stadium is FREE to the public, come sit down & enjoy some of the best Beach Soccer in the USA right here in your own back yard.  This year the event will be held on: Oceanside, CA. on May 13-14-15, 2016.

TOURNAMENT HISTORY (2007 to Present)

2016 - We have a new Champion, the 2016 Title of The Beach Soccer USA Cup belongs now to Al Ahli from Dubai, UAE. This dynamic team earned their victory over Brazilian powerhouse Botafogo on a hard fought 2-1 game in Oceanside. Al Ahli arrived to the Championship game following victories over Portland BSC 14-1, Beach Soccer Zeeland 7-2, Botafogo 5-3, Gobeachsoccer 5-3, Lazio Beach Socccer 6-5 and over Botafogo again 2-1 in the Final.

Al Ahli's Joao Saraiva (Madjer) was named MVP, Botafogo's Marcos Antonio Santos was named Golden Gloves & Al Ahli's Rodrigo Soares was named Golden Toe with 17 total goals.

2016 Final Standings 
  1. Al Ahli CBS (Dubai, UAE)
  2. Botafogo (Brazil)
  3. Lazio Beach Soccer (Italy)
  4. RWB Beach (California)
  5. BSC Chargers (Switzerland)
  6. Culture FC (California)
  7. Dorsole Kitakyushu (Japan)
  8. Gobeachsoccer PRO (California)
  9. Tiki Tama BeachSoccer (Tahiti)
  10. Punta Hermosa BSC (Peru)
  11. Fusion (Japan)
  12. BS Zeeland (Netherlands)
  13. NorCal BSC (California)
  14. Antioquia BSC (Colombia)
  15. Great Lakes BS (Michigan)
  16. Portland BSC (Oregon)

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2015 - BSC Chargers wins their first championship in USA soil after defeating Culture FC 3-2 with 20 seconds left in regulation. BSC Chargers had a tough road to the Championship, they defeated Colosseum Roma 5-2 in the quarterfinals and they defeated CD Nacional 5-2 in the Semi-finals putting an end to CD Nacional's quest for a 4th consecutive championship at The Beach Soccer USA Cup.

Culture FC's Paulo Gil was named MVP, BSC Charger's Victor Wheller was named Golden Gloves & Tokyo Lequio's Goto Takasuke was named Golden Toe with 15 total goals.

2015 Final Standings:  
  1. BSC Chargers (Switzerland)
  2. Culture FC
  3. CD Nacional (Portugal)
  4. Tokyo Lequios (Japan)
  5. FC Barcelona (Spain)
  6. Colosseum Roma (Italy)
  7. Shoreline Nomads
  8. Portland BSC
  9. San Diego Sockers
  10. Antioquia BSC (Colombia)
  11. Team Canada (Canada)
  12. Great Lakes BS
  13. Flying Kick FC
  14. LA Beach Soccer
  15. JBSN Select (Japan)
  16. CA Inter Tijuana (Mexico)

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2014 - CD Nacional wins their third consecutive championship in Oceanside after defeating LA Beach Soccer 5-3 in the Semi-final game setting up a Championship match vs Portland BSC.  CD Nacional conquered their unprecedented 3rd on a row Championship by the score of 7-1 wrapping up 3 years of total dominance at The Beach Soccer USA Cup.

CD Nacional would also sweep all the awards, Lucio Carmo was named MVP of the tournament, team mate Joao Carlos Delgado earned the Golden Gloves award for a second year on a row & the Spaniard goal scoring sensation Pablo Perez Gonzalez would take home the Golden Toe Award with 16 total goals.

2014 Final Standings:  
  1. CD Nacional (Portugal)
  2. Portland BSC
  3. Los Angeles BSC
  4. Shoreline BSC
  5. SoCal Beach FC
  6. JBSN Select (Japan)

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2013 - CD Nacional wins their second consecutive championship in Oceanside after defeating SoCal Beach FC 3-1 in the Semi-final game setting up a Championship match vs Shoreline BSC.  CD Nacional would go on to win the Championship game by the score of 4-1 wrapping up 2 years of dominance at The Beach Soccer USA Cup.

CD Nacional would take extra hardware with them, Joao Jasmins was named MVP of the tournament & team mate Joao Carlos Delgado earned the Golden Gloves award.  Greivin Pacheco Quesada from Shoreline BSC would take home the Golden Toe Award for most goals. CD Nacional returns in 2014 and hope to win 3 Championships on a row.

2013 Final Standings:  

  1. CD Nacional (Portugal)
  2. Shoreline BSC
  3. SoCal Beach FC
  4. LFP Progreso Yucatan (Mexico)
  5. Los Angeles BSC
  6. San Diego Sockers
  7. Toros Mexico (Mexico)
  8. Portland BSC
* JBSN Select (Japan) - participated at Long Beach, California Event

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2012 - CD Nacional hailing from Madeira Portugal, CD Nacional becomes only the second international team to ever win The Beach Soccer USA Cup.

In the championship game CD Nacional trailed 3-1 after the 2nd period, but had a magnificent 3rd period & came back to win the Championship over SoCal Beach FC 5-4 in dramatic fashion. CD Nacional's Andre Jasmins was named MVP, HR Elite's Daryl Fischer was named Golden Gloves & Adriano De Lima was named Golden Toe with the most goals in the tournament.

2012 Final Standings:  

  1. CD Nacional (Portugal)
  2. SoCal Beach FC
  3. Hampton Roads Elite
  4. Shoreline BSC
  5. Team 99 Pugg
  6. Hawaii 5.0
  7. Xoloitcuintles
  8. Spartans FC
* JBSN Select (Japan) - participated at Long Beach, California Event

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2011 - San Diego Sockers take the championship for the first time in the beach soccer history after defeating the US Beach Soccer National Team in the championship match by the score of 4-3 in a very exciting match.

San Diego Socker's Ze Roberto was named MVP & teammate Chris Toth was named Golden Gloves, while Florida Beach Soccer FC's Oscar Gil was named Golden Toe winner with the most goals of the tournament.

In 2009 San Diego Sockers finished in 3rd place, in 2010 they lost in the Championship game to SoCal Beach FC & in 2011 they took the crown.

2011 Final Standings:

  1. San Diego Sockers
  2. US Beach Soccer NT
  3. Florida Beach Soccer FC
  4. CD Nacional (Portugal)
  5. Shoreline BSC
  6. Hawaii 5.0
  7. Hampton Roads Elite
  8. JBSN Select (Japan)

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2010 - SoCal Beach FC is crowned champion for the first time in their history after defeating the San Diego Sockers 4-2 in one of the most exciting finals in the history of the event.

SoCal Beach FC's Mike MacAndrews was named MVP & Golden Gloves in the same event, while teammate Adriano De Lima was named Golden Toe with the most goals of at the event.

For a second year on a row the event hosts an international team.  Team Japan arrived from Japan to replace our 2011 champion Team Senegal.

2010 Final Standings:

  1. SoCal Beach FC
  2. San Diego Sockers
  3. Santa Cruz BSC
  4. Hampton Roads Elite
  5. Shoreline BSC
  6. Club Marin
  7. Hawaii 5.0
  8. JBSN Select (Japan)

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2009 - Team Senegal arrives to Oceanside as the reigning African beach soccer champions and they would leave Oceanside as the new champions of The Beach Soccer USA Cup. 

Team Senegal would fight hard to earn the championship on a tough 4-3 victory over Team Pugg in the championship game.

2009 Final Standings:

  1. Team Senegal (Senegal)
  2. Team Pugg
  3. San Diego Sockers
  4. Aurora FC
  5. SoCal Beach FC
  6. Hampton Roads Elite
  7. Shoreline BSC
  8. Chivas

2008 - Palms Las Vegas brings their full arsenal & introduces US National Team beloved John O'brien to beach soccer.  The weekend would prove to be a great wekend for this squad as they took the championship with a 4-3 win over Hampton Roads elite on John O'briens golden goal in over time.

In team Voodoo Doc we also had another US National Team player and non other than Tom Dooley.

2008 Final Standings:

  1. Palms Las Vegas
  2. Hampton Roads Elite
  3. Team Pugg
  4. Club Marin
  5. Voodoo Doc
  6. OCFC United 

2007 - Team 99 becomes the first ever champion of The Beach Soccer USA Cup and they looked like the champions from the start by taking this bracket by storm.

In the championship match Team 99 played some fantastic beach soccer as they ran away with the championship on a well deserved 3-0 victory over Craigslist United.

The birth of a real PRO championship was now in motion and the event would never look back, the years to follow will see teams arrive from as far as Senegal, Japan, Portugal and with players from Brazil, Mexico, El Salvador, Costa Rica, Spain, Peru, Argentina, Colombia & many other nations.

2007 Final Standings:

  1. Team 99
  2. Craigslists United
  3. Eagle Reunion
  4. Team Blazing



 
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