The second part of the inaugural GPS Super Cup will take place this weekend, in Apopka, FL. The top U15-U18 teams across the GPS locations will take on each other to identify who is truly the best of the best within the GPS family.
The Super Cup event was founded with the purpose of gathering elite squads from across GPS and affiliates in one locale where they can exhibit their ability. Boys and Girls Champions will be crowned at each age group, and in addition to competing against each other for bragging rights, the event will also function as a platform for players to catch the attention of collegiate scouts as well as those in charge of the GPS National Team.
“With the growth of GPS across the United States it made sense for us to try and look at a National event to gather all of our top teams and players together,” said Director of Tournaments at GPS, James Hamblin. “We are very excited to see teams from around GPS competing against each other at a great facility in front of many college coaches,” said Hamblin.
The first leg of this two-part event took place this past Fall when the top U12-U14 teams met up at the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio. With over 40 teams competing over the Labor Day Weekend the event was successful at creating the competitive environment planned allowing kids to showcase their talent.
The Super Cup begins a busy week which will see the GPS National Team camp begin next Friday (February 9th) in Rock Hill, SC. The event will bring together 300 of the top GPS players from u13 - u18 who will be trying out for the opportunity to make the final roster for this summer’s GPS National team tournaments.
For more information on the event, and other tournaments put on by GPS, please contact James Hamblin at email@example.com.
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