The Legends Lacrosse National Cup has quickly become a can’t miss winter event for boys and girls teams across the country. “We are thrilled to officially be powered by US Club Lax and are excited to elevate the event experience on and off the field. By working together we will create a truly unique atmosphere that cannot be replicated anywhere else,” says Rory Doucette, Co Founder of Legends Lacrosse.
The National Cup is held at one of the top facilities in the country, the Surf Cup Sports Park, which is home to 20+ manicured grass fields and located less than a mile from the beaches of Del Mar. Mix in 35+ NCAA Coaches and 130+ boys & girls teams, there’s no reason to think twice about making this an annual stop on the club lacrosse circuit. This years’ tournament will have divisions open to 2020-2027 teams.
San Diego is widely known as “America’s finest city” and is famous for it’s miles and miles of sandy beaches and year round perfect weather. You can feel the ocean breeze while competing throughout the morning, and by the afternoon you’ll find yourself enjoying the beach, visiting the San Diego Zoo, or exploring the historic Gaslamp District downtown. There’s no shortage of off-field attractions for visitors of all ages!
"We are so excited for this opportunity to partner with Legends Lacrosse on this event. The Legend's National Cup is one of the premier events on the west coast and we look forward to providing national exposure to all the clubs and players who will be in attendance." says Denis Noonan CEO of US Club Lacrosse.
“I wish I had the opportunity to attend something like the National Cup as a kid. Growing up on the East Coast (Long Island), I feel like this would have been the perfect chance to get out of the cold and experience a dual vacation/lacrosse trip with my family” says Reid Doucette. He continued to talk about how the growth of the sport in the West, and non-traditional areas as a whole, has been substantial over the years. It has helped pave the way for the National Cup to be the perfect platform to showcase all of that growth and talent, and furthermore to put some of these high level clubs from hotbed areas to the test against national level teams that they don’t typically see. In just it’s third year, the National Cup will see teams from 13+ states and Canada put on a show in front of some of the top NCAA programs across America.