Power Soccer National Championships

June 16th, 2016

Fort Wayne, IN-Turnstone will be hosting the Conference Cup Championship Series sponsored by MK Battery, June 17-21 in the 

Plassman Athletic Center.

This is the first time that three of the conferences, will be playing their championships in the same place over the five days. There will be 22 teams competing for the Founders, Champions and President’s Cups. The competition includes teams from Florida, New York, Minnesota, Texas, California, Illinois, Indiana Alabama, Massachusetts, Arizona and Georgia.

Games will start at 9am each day and at 8am on Sunday. All games will be played at Turnstone in the Plassman Athletic Center, Friday June 17- Tuesday June 21. Championship games will be played as follows: Premier Cup- Final match on Sunday at 2:15pm, Champions Cup- Final match on Monday at 3:00pm and Presidents Cup- Final match on Tuesday at 2:30pm.

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“Turnstone is proud to be able to host three of the four conference championships in one place. Having the Plassman Athletic Center has allowed us to expand our tournaments and bring in more great adaptive sports programs, this five days of competition will be unlike anything you have seen before in Fort Wayne” said Mike Mushett, Turnstone CEO.

"The US Power Soccer Association is excited to bring our first MK Battery Conference Cup Championship Series to Turnstone and the Plassman Athletic Center.  It is a world-class facility and a perfect venue to showcase the best power soccer teams in the country. We'd like to thank MK Battery, Turnstone, and Power Soccer Shop for their support with this event." - Tony Jackson, USPSA Eastern Regional Director/Tournament Director.

"What an event to have 22 teams from 12 states coming to Fort Wayne to compete! We have teams from coast to coast, California to Massachusetts all with their eyes on one goal. A championship! All the repetition, all the practice hours, all the games lead up to these 5 days of competition. To have three Conferences competing at the Turnstone Plassman Athletic center is truly amazing. Turnstone was recently chosen as one of the top 10 facilities serving people with disabilities in the United States and this is our chance to show the community and the country why we are unique.” Says Jim Labas, Coach of the Turnstone Flyers.

This tournament would not be possible without the volunteer support of our community; we are still looking for volunteers, if you are interested in volunteering for this tournament please contact Beth Moody at beth@turnstone.org or at (260) 483-2100.

 


 


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