24th Annual LNUSC Fall Select Tournament

November 21 & 22, 2020

Boys play on November 21. Girls play on November 22.

Fall Select Tournament Logos

 

RISK-FREE REGISTRATION:  We are offering a FULL 100% Refund if Covid-19 forces a cancellation

Langhorne Neshaminy United Soccer Club's annual Fall tournament is for U8 thru U19 teams for both boys and girls. Come join us for a memorable weekend of soccer. This is the 24th year for our Fall Tournament and each year the number of teams and competition continues to increase. We look forward to seeing you on the fields!

TOURNAMENT HIGHLIGHTS

RULES

This year will not be a patch tournament and there will be no playoffs - winning teams will be determined by points.

All teams will be guaranteed 3 games minimum with all games following EPYSA rules governing play.

Ages U-8 and U-10 will play 7 vs. 7 in games that run as two (2) twenty (20) minute halves.
Ages U12 will play 9 vs. 9 in games that run as two (2) twenty-five (25) minute halves.
Ages U-14 and up will play 11 vs. 11 in games that run as two (2) twenty-five (25) minute halves.

CLICK HERE for more detailed tournament rules including information on points, cancellations, age requirements, rosters, insurance, equipment, protests, forfeitures, substitutions, and game conduct.

 

FIELD LOCATIONS
Teams will play at Middletown Community Park, Maple Point Middle School and/or Core Creek Park. For more information on the field locations, please click here. Field maps and schedules will be posted here in the coming weeks
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COVID PLAN
100% Refund Guarantee in case of Tournament Cancellation due to COVID.

Safety is our Highest Priority. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, we have been diligent about creating a safe and comfortable environment for everyone, while still being able to run our tournament effectively, adhering to CDC and EPYSA guidelines and regulations. Our 2020 LNUSC Select Tournament strategy and COVID Plan is dynamic and a work in progress. It will be adjusted and updated regularly to reflect new information and guidance from federal and state governments, as well as health organizations, and soccer governing bodies.  For more information on this plan, please click here.