WORLD CUP SOCCER 2014
2014 World Cup
April 3rd-April 26th, 2014
Credit Union EventPlex
The 2014 WCP CUP will
be taking place in Regina, at the Credit Union EventPlex, from April 3rd through April 26th. The WCP Cup Soccer
Tournament and multicultural event has grown tremendously in only 9 years, exploding into a three week event with over 1,200 participants (Men, Women and
Youth Boys and Girls), over 100 volunteers and more than 20,000 spectators expected.
Soccer players from across Saskatchewan, Canada and even other countries represent their Nations of heritage in the WCP Cup. Great effort has always been made to keep the level of on-field play and competitiveness extremely high, while at the same time making sure that the multicultural event remains focused on the participants, the nations that are represented and the amazing fans that have always come out in fanatic droves to support their Nations and cultural communities.
The WCP Cup is put on through the non-profit corporation World Class Players Sport Inc. and is the brainchild of renowned soccer superstar and Regina Sports Hall of Fame inductee, Kevin Holness. Mr. Holness is an amazing ambassador for the sport, and he exemplifies the way soccer can unite people, cultures and communities. Opening Ceremonies take place at 6:30pm on Tuesday, April 3rd, 2014. Updated game scores will be provided on a daily basis.
2013 WCP Cup Argentina defeated England 3-2 in a shootout in the under-12 boys' final at the World Class Players Cup soccer tournament. Jerry Wiebe had both goals for Argentina during regulation time. Isaac Bird-sell-Tyndale and Colin Tetreault replied for England.
In the under-12 girls' final, Ireland got two goals from Olivia Gables in a 4-0 victory over Japan. Abbey Shannon and Ella Farthing had the other goals for Ireland.
Also at the Credit Union EventPlex, Scotland edged Canada 3-2 in the under-14 boys' final. Taylor Nicolson, Kyle Schabel and Ashton Sies scored for Scotland. Erik DeRosier and Raine Eberl replied for Canada.
Brazil won the under-16 girls' title for the second straight year, defeating El Salvador 3-2. Meghan McFee scored two goals for Brazil, and Cheyenne Morin netted one. Jennafer Schultz had both goals for El Salvador.
Italy defeated Bosnia 10-1 in the under-16 boys' final. Oliver Hudson-Plante (three goals) and Michael Malay-thong (two) were the top goal scorers for Italy, which got singles from Victor Leonk, Kristopher Calcutt, Brandon Chapple, Alessandro Palamara and Jordan Giambattista. Richard Kriinen replied for Bosnia.
Paul Scollan registered a hat trick to power France to a 3-2 victory over Poland on Saturday afternoon in the Men's finals. Poland led 2-1 before Scollan scored two late goals. "This is my first time in the final, and the first time for our squad, so it feels really good to win,'' Scollan said. Chris Sarrazin and Kristen Swiatecki scored for Poland.
The other final was also a nail-biter, with Germany defeating Scotland 3-2 in a shootout to claim the women's title. "It was amazing,'" Germany's Meagan Cormier said. Cormier and Marla Thompson scored in regulation time for Germany. Megan Schenher and Karlee Vorrieter countered with goals for Scotland.
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