Florida To Host Three D-I Women’s College Cups
The NCAA has announced dates and venues for its national soccer championship weekends for the next four years.
The Division I men and women will continue to play their championships on back-to-back weekends in different cities. Div
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Florida will host the NCAA Division I Women’s College Cup finals three of the next four years.
The 2014 Division I College Cup will be held at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton, before returning to Cary, NC, and WakeMed Soccer Park in 2015. Following that will be a two-year run at the new Orlando City Stadium, which has yet to be constructed.
The 2014 Division I Men’s College Cup will be hosted by WakeMed Soccer Park in Cary, NC.
In 2015 the NCAA will begin a three-year schedule of playing its championship weekend in Major League Soccer stadiums. The first being at Sporting Park in Kansas City, Mo.
The 2016 finals will go to BBVA Compass Stadium in Houston, TX, and in 2017 the Men’s College Cup returns to PPL Park in Philadelphia, site of the 2013 finals.
The NCAA Division II men’s and women’s semifinals and finals in 2014 will be played in Louisville, KY, with the 2015 finals for both divisions set for the Ashton Brosnaham Soccer Complex in Pensacola, FL.
The next two years after 2014, the DII men and women will play their semifinals and final at Swope Park in Kansas City, Mo.
Swope Park will be the host venue for the NCAA Division III men’s and women’s semifinals and final in 2014 and 2015, before making a two-year run in Greensboro, NC at UNC Greensboro Soccer Stadium.
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