Boys State Cup

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Boys State Cup

Welcome to the MSYSA State Cup!

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If you are interested in hosting a MSYSA State Cup Weekend at your facility, please read the information and submit a proposal as stated in the State Cup RFP Overview.

What is the MSYSA State Cup? 
The MSYSA State Cup is the first level of competition for two (2) US Youth Soccer competitions. 


The top division of State Cup, the Elite Division, is intended for teams that participate in any multi-state regional or national league (Elite-64, NLC, and others) and some MSPSP Premier I teams. Other teams may be considered to fill open spots in brackets. U13 - U19 teams in the Elite division will be competing to earn spots at the US Youth Soccer Midwest Regional Championships and potentially National Championships.

The second division of State Cup, the Premier Division, is intended for teams that participate in leagues primarily contained to Michigan such as the Michigan State Premier Soccer Program (which will include some MSPSP Premier I teams) and local select leagues. Other teams may be considered in order to fill open spots in brackets. U13 - U18 teams in the Premier Division will be competing to earn spots at the US Youth Soccer Midwest President's Cup and potentially National President's Cup.

Ultimately, division placement is at the discretion of the MSYSA State Cup Committee. However, regardless of division placement, each team will play 3 or 4 self-scheduled preliminary games and teams who do well will advance to the Quarterfinals, Semifinals, and then eventually the Finals. This is sure to be a great experience for your team!


U13 - U19 Boys teams participate in the Spring State Cup.  

NEW for 2022-2023: Teams (and their accompanying spectators) will now sit on opposite sides of the field. Also, there is a new structure of referee fees.   

2023 Spring State Cup 
Schedules, Scores, Standings
State Cup Rules 
Red Card Suspension List Updated 5/25/23
US Youth Soccer Concussion Forms & Return to Play Medical Clearance
US Youth Soccer National Championship Series Rules
Parent & Athlete Concussion Forms
Heads-Up Concussion Certificate
SafeSport Training Information 

Information for Teams
Scheduling Games in GotSport - Due by 12:00 Noon on February 20
Creating Rosters in GotSport - Roster submission/freeze dates vary. See State Cup rules.
UNOFFICIAL List of State Cup Roster Freeze Dates - See State Cup rules for more info.
Printing Game Reports from GotSport - Available after 1:00pm on Roster Freeze date
Referee Fees - See State Cup Rule 21
All About the Online Game Report
Reporting Game Scores in GotSport - Due within 24 hours after each game

List of Fields NOT Approved for State Cup - None as of 7/1/17
Saginaw Township Soccer Complex - 3575 McCarty Road, Saginaw, MI 48603

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The MSYSA State Cup is extremely competitive. Please keep in mind that the aspect of sportsmanship is very important during the State Cup competition. Any inappropriate conduct by players, coaches, team officials, and/or parents will not be tolerated. Coaches, parents, and players should not approach referees after a game with questions or concerns. Please address any questions or concerns with MSYSA directly.

State Cup Contacts
MSYSA State Cup Committee -
Game Day Cancellation Contacts - or 248-467-7846*
*6am-10pm only. This number is for game cancellations only, and is intended for clubs, coaches, and managers only (no parents).

Past State Cup Results:
2022 Boys State Cup  l  2021 Boys State Cup  l   2020 Boys State Cup - Cancelled (COVID)  l   2019 Boys State Cup  l   2018 Boys State Cup  l   2017 Boys State Cup  l   2016 Boys State Cup  l  2015 Boys State Cup  l  2014 Boys State Cup  l  2013 Boys State Cup  l  2012 Boys State Cup  l  2011 Boys State Cup  l  2010 Boys State Cup  l  2009 Boys State Cup  l   2008 Boys State Cup  l   2007 Boys State Cup  l   2006 Boys State Cup  l 2005 Boys State Cup