Welcome to the 2015 November Nights Website
The 2015 November Nights Elite College Showcase, presented by adidas, is the first showcase of its kind in the country, featuring some of the nations top U16-U19 boys & girls youth teams competing day & night over Thanksgiving Weekend in beautiful Carlsbad, California. Carlsbad United F.C. is proud to host the 6th annual November Nights Elite College Showcase, a Class I Competitive Soccer Tournament for ages U16-U19, taking place on Nov 27th – Nov 29th.
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- No Thursday Thanksgiving Night check-in.
- Teams will now only be required to check-in 90 minutes prior to their first game on Friday, the day after Thanksgiving.
- This will allow teams and families to enjoy Thanksgiving without having to run out to check a team in.
- We feel this will be yet another reason to make the November Nights Showcase one of your team’s choices for your 2015 tournament schedule.
- Teams will register on-site a minimum of 60 minutes prior to their first game at which time a completed and signed Team Roster must be submitted by coach or manager who must certify that all players are registered players.
- Teams must also present laminated USYSA player cards for 2015/16, proof of age, and signed medical release forms. US Club Soccer Cards will also be accepted, but no mixing of cards.
- Coach or assistant coach must have valid coaching ID to participate in tournament games.
2014 OFFICIAL ONLINE PROGRAM
The November Nights Showcase presented a great opportunity for players to display their strengths on the field. The quality of teams was very good overall, and the even match-ups provided for competitive games throughout the weekend. The whole event was very well-organized, and the venues elicited a positive atmosphere for players to be at their best and for college coaches to focus on the uninterrupted, accurate assessment of players. From the check in process and materials provided to the chairs for viewing games, I was very appreciative of the welcoming atmosphere that the host club created for college coaches.