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Northeast Futsal Regionals to Be Played on Presidents Day Weekend in Atlantic City

By Randy Vogt, Director of Public Relations, Eastern New York Youth Soccer Association 
December 16, 2021-The 2002 US Futsal Northeast Regional Championship, the largest futsal tournament in the United States, will be played at the Atlantic City Convention in New Jersey on Presidents Day Weekend, February 18 to 21.
US Futsal is celebrating its 41st anniversary as futsal experiences unprecedented growth. A goal of the competition is to generate further interest in futsal while promoting teamwork and camaraderie for those who participate.
Teams interested in playing should submit a $625 non-refundable entry fee per team. The deadline to register is January 24. Click here to register your team:
Before the Northeast Futsal Regionals, there will be coaching and referee clinics on February 18.
For more info, please call US Futsal at 510-836-8733 or e-mail
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