Reds Soccer Events is excited to announce our 5th annual Winter Showcase at Taunton Forekicks in Taunton Massachusetts. We will provide all players with the opportunity to showcase their skills in front of the region’s top collegiate programs. Clubs from across the east coast will play in a competitive format that will guarantee two (2) games.
Our event will be held on December 7th and 8th 2019, with brackets for both Boys and Girls from ages U15-U19.
Boys will play Saturday 12/7 and the Girls will play Sunday 12/8.
All games are 11v11 with 40 minute halves.
Cost per team for the U15- U19 group is $695.
REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS NOVEMBER 23RD **Registration for this tournament should be done by your TEAM admin, not by individuals by clicking the button below**
All inquiries can be sent to our Tournament Administrator
We are also hosting a charity food drive. Please see below for more details!
Every year, we work with South Shore Community Action Council (SSCAC) on their annual food drive, Backpack Food for Kids. We're asking all players and families who attend the Winter College Showcase to bring some non-perishible food items for donation.
For many children, the food they receive at school is their only meal of the day. To ensure children have the basic food and nutrition they need to focus and fully participate in school, our Backpack Food for Kids Initiative partnered with teachers, administrators, and parents at 12 schools in Plymouth and Middleborough. At our Food Distribution Center, our volunteers sorted through food donations and set aside “child-friendly” foods specifically for our Backpack initative. Each week, PTA volunteers from our partner schools picked up this dedicated food and brought it back to their respective schools to fill discrete backpacks for children to take home each Friday. In FY18, over 475 school children received backpacks of food to ensure they had enough to eat during weekends and school vacations. Through our Backpack Food for Kids initiative, we distributed 28,566 pounds of food. Anecdotally, we learned from teachers and school nurses that children are less lethargic and more focused in the classroom, and fewer children went to the nurses complaining of “stomach ache.”