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Super 17s added for 2014 tournament
February 11th, 2014 9:16PM

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[DALLAS CUP] Dr Pepper Dallas Cup has added a Super 17s division for the 2014 tournament that will mark its 35th anniversary. Composed of six U.S. and six foreign clubs, the Super 17s bracket will provide the U-17 age group a division similar to the U-19’s Gordon Jago Super Group.

“The quality of teams that applied for the U-17 age group this year was once again tremendous,” said Dr Pepper Dallas Cup executive director Andy Swift. “Due to the number of exceptional teams, we were able to create a 12-team Super Group while not diminishing the regular U-17 bracket, which will still consist of 28 highly regarded domestic and international teams.”

Dr Pepper Dallas Cup XXXV will run April 13-20 with the Super 17s final being played on April 20 at the Cotton Bowl Stadium.

Super 17s Entrants
Aalborg BK, Denmark
Monterrey, Mexico
Club America, Mexico
Costa Rica U-17 National Team
IF Brommapojkarna, Sweden
Tigres, Mexico
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Boca United Gold, Florida
CZ Elite, California
Dallas Texans U16 Academy
FC Copa Academy Juniors, New Jersey
FC Golden State Diamond, California
UFA New Jersey Strikers, New Jersey


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