2014 Dr Pepper Dallas
|Brazil:||Fluminense F.C., Coritiba – 2012 Gordon Jago Super Champion|
|England:||Fulham F.C. – 2013 Gordon Jago Super Champion|
|Germany:||Eintracht Frankfurt – 2011 Gordon Jago Super Co-Champion|
|Mexico:||CD Guadalajara (Chivas) – 2008 U14 Champion, UANL Tigres – 2011 Gordon Jago Super Co-Champion|
|Sweden:||IF Brommapojkarna – 2013 U19 Champion|
|United States:||U.S. U20 Men’s National Team, LA Galaxy Academy, FC Dallas Academy – 2011 U15 Champion|
Be sure to check out dallascup.com for the most current schedule of games.
Fans will also enjoy the addition of the Super 17s age bracket as part of this year’s 35th anniversary tournament. Composed of six international and six domestic teams, the Super 17s bracket will provide the U17 age group a standout division similar to the U19’s esteemed Gordon Jago Super Group. The 12 teams that will participate in the Super 17s hail from five countries and four states.
|CF Monterrey Rayados||Mexico|
|Costa Rica U17 National Team||Costa Rica|
|Boca United Gold||Florida|
|Dallas Texans U16 Academy||Texas|
|FC Copa Academy Juniors||New Jersey|
|FC Golden State Diamond||California|
|UFA New Jersey Strikers||New Jersey|
In 2014, Dallas Cup stadium games will return to the newly renovated historic Cotton Bowl, which recently completed a $25 million renovation. Guests will notice the changes as soon as they enter through the refurbished main entrance. Once inside, spectators will enjoy expanded concourses, improved concession areas, new restroom facilities, and added video displays on the concourse and inside the stadium.
Tickets are now on sale for the Cotton Bowl Stadium games. Single-event tickets range from $15 for adults to $5 for kids. Discounted week-long tournament passes for all five Cotton Bowl match days start at only $50 for adults, $20 for kids. In addition to the tripleheader and “Welcome World Opening Ceremonies” on Opening Day, stadium games will also be played on Wednesday and Friday, with the championship matches being contested on Saturday and Sunday of tournament week. Additional games will be played throughout the week, free of charge, at the Classic League Soccer Complex at Richland College and the new Elm Fork Athletic Complex in Northwest Dallas.
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