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Vail Valley Cup 2018 Important Information


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2018 Vail Valley Cup Result
resultscindy eskwith 2018.docx



CONTACT INFORMATION:

Tournament Director
Lisa Reeder
[email protected]

            

2018 VAIL CUP FORMS:

2018 rules of play .pdf

medical_release_form.pdf

guest player form 2018-2.doc



Vail Cup Check in:

When: Friday, October 5, 5-9 pm

Where: Lionshead Welcome Center 395 E. Lionshead Circle, Vail, CO.

  • Bottom Level of the Lionshead Parking Structure.

ALL VVSC Teams will need to check in WEDNESDAY night at PROSIT in Avon!

Check in will be from 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm.  Team manager or Coach can do this.

ADDRESS:  82 East Beaver Creek Blvd., Avon, CO  81620

What to Bring to Registration

  • All player passes/cards including guest players
  • Medical release form for each player including guest players
  • 2 officially signed copies of your roster
  • 2 copies of guest player form (if they are outside your club)

Guest Player Rules Reminder

  • You are allowed up to 5 total guest players.
  • The lending coach must sign the guest player form.  (Bring these to registration).

Trainers

There will be trainers available in two locations throughout the tournament.  There will be an AED available at all locations as well.

  • Freedom Park, Edwards
  • Homestake Peak, Eagle-Vail
  • Eagle Fairgrounds, Eagle
  • Ford Park, Vail

If you have an athlete that would like an ankle wrapped they must provide their own materials such as pre-wrap and tape.

Field Locations 

(**NO dogs allowed at any of the FIELD locations during the event)

Please pay attention to SPECIAL parking information that might pertain to the fields your team will be playing on.  PLEASE pass this information on to all Parents/Spectators.  PLEASE note that fields have been updated on our site and may not be

the same as first indicated.  We have had to make some changes in order to accommodate all games and coaches conflicts and feel that we have done the best possible job that we could.  

Link to all Playing Fields:

http://www.gotsport.com/asp/directors/tournament/fields.asp?

SPECIAL INFORMATION ON PARKING

  1. Parking Freedom Park
  • No Parking in ECO bus area
  • You can park at Coloraado Mtn. College Lot
  • You can park at Battle Mtn. High School staff parking lot that is East of the school and directly across from the Freedom Park playing fields
  • NO RV’s can be parked at Freedom park
  • NO dogs (service dogs with proper credentials are allowed)


 

 

 

During the tournament there will be a “FINE DESIGNS” kiosk set up at most locations for official tournament apparel purchases.  If there is not a kiosk at your field then there will be one at a field close by

PLEASE NOTE: DONOVAN PARK IS SUNDAY ONLY



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Cindy Eskwith, A Life’s work of love

(VailDaily.com)

June 19, 2013

Vail –If you’re in the Vail Valley and kicking a soccer ball, then you can thank Cindy Eskwith. Cindy’s 16-year battle with breast and bladder cancer ended in May of 2013. If you’ve been on the sidelines watching kids play a Vail Valley Soccer Club match then Cindy’s life has touched yours. Cindy made a difference to thousands of kids and their parents. “She was an incredible optimist.  It never occurred to her that something wouldn’t turn out right, and she worked until it did,” said Larry Eskwith, her husband of 40 years. In 1973, Cindy and Larry landed in Vail, Colorado after a stint in Steamboat Springs.  Cindy and Larry fell in love with the mountains and stayed. Cindy always believed in the power of sport to inspire leadership and teamwork.  She was an athlete her entire life.  Cindy got involved with local youth sports because her daughter started playing, the same reason most of us do.  But that’s where the similarities ended.  Cindy became president of the Vail valley Soccer Club’s board and started the enormously successful Vail Cup, the soccer tournament that brings thousands of people and many dollars to the valley each autumn. Cindy facilitated the deal for artificial turf fields in Edwards’ Freedom Park.  In 2012, the Colorado Youth Soccer Hall of Fame inducted Cindy to honor her significant personal achievement and extraordinary representation of the soccer community. In addition to sports, Cindy was passionate about local education.  She was part of almost every benefit and worked for almost every cause.  

 


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Vail Valley Soccer Club

PO Box 2728 
Edwards, Colorado 81632

Email Us: [email protected]
Phone : 970-390-7994
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